This groupmuse happened on Monday, February 6, at 7:30 PM.

Mon, February 6, 2017, 7:30 PM

Fort Greene, Brooklyn

A groupmuse is a live classical music house party-concert.

It's casual, friendly, and intimate. Anyone can host one, and anyone can come.

20 spots total
at this groupmuse

$10+

Minimum payment
to musicians
$3 reservation fee
Drinks
Bring your
own drinks
Identification
All guests
must be 21
Cat
Cats live here

Host

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Josh Howe
9th-time host

Right in the middle of Fort Greene, easily accessible to most trains. I will have some light snacks. BYOB.


Music

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Lee Dionne
Piano

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Brigid Coleridge
Violin

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Julia yang
Cello

Beethoven and Brahms Piano trios!!


Attendees

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Catherine Tice

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Damien Conlon

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Jon r

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Alex Horowitz

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Leslie Wolf

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Melanie Tsang

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Pablo Martin

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Nick Betson

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Reuben Shorser

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Kavi Gogte

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Stephen Mayo

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Olivia Lee

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Janet Oh

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Will Lowry

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Eric Fischbein

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Perry Wolfman

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Susanna An

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Location



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, about 1 year ago

Really enjoyed my first Groupmuse experience! Thanks for a lovely evening of Beethoven and Brahms :-)



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Olivia Lee, about 1 year ago

Such a lovely way to start the week - wonderful classical music in an intimate setting in a gorgeous Brooklyn townhouse, bliss. Thank you for hosting Josh!



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Jon r, about 1 year ago

It was really great! Thanks for hosting and putting it together. Is it possible a black cell phone charger may have fallen out of my jacket back where the coats were piled in the dining room? Thanks.



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Julia yang, about 1 year ago

Thanks for coming out last night - fantastic audience and host!

Check out the Bowery Mission to see where 10% of your proceeds are going. Many thanks to all for the support!

https://www.bowery.org/



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Catherine Tice, about 1 year ago

Brigid, Julia and Lee gave us passionate renditions of the early Beethoven and Brahms piano trios they chose to play. It was an amazing evening. I was really bowled over by their musicianship, and by the fact of their very recent collaboration. A thousand thanks to the three of you, Josh, our host, and other guests, Peter and Pablo with whom I had very engaging conversations!