Parlor Music: A Musical Journey Through the 19th Century

Nov 19th 2017 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

For the sixth annual Parlor Music Concert, the Seward House Museum is pleased to rekindle a partnership with the Eastman School of Music and welcome soprano soloist Cecile Saine. From the magnificent setting of the Museum’s Drawing Room, and enhanced by its 1872 Steinway piano, Saine’s tour-de-force performance will transport listeners across the musical landscape of the 19th century. All are welcome to join her for a wine and dessert reception after the concert.

Saine has delighted audiences across the country with what is described as her “brilliant soprano” in opera, oratorio, and classic theater. Saine is a faculty member at the Eastman School of Music, where students from her voice studio have launched careers on Broadway and performance halls across world. She performs with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.

Saine’s accompanist on the piano is Howard Spindler. A long-time chairperson of the Piano Department at Eastman, Spindler is an accomplished chamber musician and pianist. 

Admission: Members $20, General Public $25
Space is limited. Reservations required.
Tickets on sale November 1.