Strings In the Garden at the Gagnon Museum
Saturday, September 25th
Soloist Evan Schuman brings the sweet tones of the classical violin to the Charles E. Gagnon Museum and Sculpture Garden in an outdoor mini-concert on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Schuman, who has been playing the violin since age 3, will perform recognized compositions such as Mendelssohn’s “Violin Concerto” (1 st Movement) and “Czardas” by Vittorio Monti, as well as other pieces for the instrument.
The student violinist’s appearance is the third performance of four in this year’s Concerts in the Garden series. It is scheduled at 4 p.m. on the outdoor patio at the museum in Rochester, where sculptor Charles E. Gagnon lived and worked. The concert will move indoors if weather interferes.
Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets can be purchased online at
www.gagnonmuseum.org/events. They’ll also be available at the door.
Special thanks to our media partner Michael Hastings, Iridescent Media.
Welcome to the Charles E. Gagnon Museum & Sculpture Garden! The home and studio provides a tranquil environment for you to enjoy beautiful examples of Chuck's figurative sculpture. Guided by his wife, Arlyn, you will experience the sculptor's home as he knew it. The former dining room and Peace Gallery display uplifting sculptures, and the West Gallery overlooks the Enlargement Studio. On the lower level, you will see the progression of Gagnon's sculpture through the Legacy Display and East Gallery. From May 15 through October 15, you are also encouraged to walk through our Sculpture Garden. The museum welcomes all to heal and experience art through sculpture.
Tours are available BY ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY. Click on the link to schedule your visit today!