The faculty of the Intermuse Music Institute and Festival will perform the next Music, Gettysburg! concert on July 8 at 4 p.m. The concert, which is free and open to the public, will take place in the United Lutheran Seminary Chapel at 147 Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg.

The IIMIF Faculty Showcase will feature works for violin, viola, cello and piano, ranging from sonatas by Ernest von Dohnanyi and Luise Adolpha LeBeau and contemporary programmatic compositions by James Lee III and The Borowsky Trio.

Featured performers include Audrey Andrist (piano), Cecylia Barczyk (cello), Charles Borowsky (harmonica), Emmanuel Borowsky (violin), Elizabeth Borowsky (piano), Sharon Eng (viola), and James Stern (violin). This program is suitable for listeners of all ages and musical tastes.

Founded in 2003 by the York Springs based Borowsky Family, the Intermuse Music Institute and Festival has been lauded as an exceptional summer solo and chamber music program for string players and pianists. With a limited enrollment (20 students for 2018) IIMIF offers a uniquely individual approach that is both challenging and supportive. The interdisciplinary curriculum has been crafted to give young musicians an array of experiences that will elevate musicianship and artistic confidence. Students receive expert advice from renowned performers including Baltimore Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Jonathan Carney and acclaimed pianist Brian Ganz. Learn more:

Music, Gettysburg! is a premier concert series featuring international, national, regional and local musical artists for the greater south central Pennsylvania region.

The United Lutheran Seminary Chapel is at 147 Seminary Ridge in Gettysburg. For more information about this and other concerts in the Music, Gettysburg! schedule, call 717-339-1334 or visit the Music, Gettysburg! website: or email to

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