The Kalliroscope Gallery is in the sanctuary of the Old Baptist Church in Groton, Massachusetts. The congregation moved out in 1970 to build a larger church and Paul Matisse bought the empty church and moved into it in 1982. The interior was extensively renovated to create a gallery for his work, living space and studio.
The Kalliroscope Gallery has been the venue for Indian Hill Art's prestigious chamber music series for many years. Nationally and internationally acclaimed artists perform in this beautiful space with its excellent acoustics and inspiring artwork.
The 2018-19 Kalliroscope Gallery Concert series opens on Saturday, September 22nd with The Horszowski Trio, and music by Mendelssohn, Carter, and Shostakovich. November 18th sees the return of The Walden Chamber Players, performing works by Haydn, Beethoven, Brahms, and Faure.
Violinist, Robyn Bollinger will perform music by Biber, Bach, Bartok, and Berio on February 9th, and Victor Rosenbaum (piano) will return again to the Gallery on March 9th with music by Beethoven, Schubert, and Brahms.
The season will end on April 13th with Grammy-award winning Parker String Quartet, playing works by Debussy, Janacek, and Beethoven. Concerts begin at 8pm.
Enjoy a post-concert wine and cheese reception with the artists. For more information about the series and tickets, please visit www.indianhillmusic.org