The Resonance concert series is part of OuterArts Maryland/National Music Festival. We are thrilled to be able to offer a year-round series of six high-quality, intimate performances to our community each season!
All concerts are Sundays at 3:00pm, at Saint Paul’s Parish, Kent.
Tickets for the October and November concerts are available now! Due to the continuing uncertainty of the pandemic, season passes for Resonance will not be available this season, and tickets for spring 2022 concerts will be available in January. Seating is limited! We will have some tickets available at the door, but encourage you to purchase your tickets in advance to ensure availablity of seats. We look forward to seeing you soon!
* To ensure the health and security of our patrons, staff and artists, the National Music Festival requires verifiable proof of full vaccination against Covid-19 and masks (fully covering the nose and mouth)
in order to attend all Resonance concerts until further notice.
Despite the implementation of enhanced safety measures, an inherent risk of exposure to infectious disease still exists. By attending a Resonance concert, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure. *
October 10, Ayreheart, Lute-driven songs for modern folk.
November 21, David Brooks, Pianist, violinist, violist, composer, and NMF Mentor.*
January 23, The Canadian Guitar Quartet, One of the finest guitar ensembles in the world.*
February 20, The Thalea String Quartet. Dedicated to bringing timeless music to audiences from all walks of life.*
March 13, Natasha Farny, Violoncello*
Acclaimed soloist, teacher and recording artist
April 24, Emily Daggett Smith, NMF Violin Mentor & Constantine Finehouse, piano
The Guardian Angel: Passacaglia, Heinrich von Biber
Sonata No. 5 in F, opus 24, “Spring,” Ludwig van Beethoven
Ballade No. 4 in f, opus 52, Frédéric Chopin
Sonata in A, CFF 123, César Franck