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Music at St. Mark’s/Eastwinds Chamber Ensemble Chamber Music Concert

The concert will feature works Schumann and other composers.

By - Oct 1st, 2015 04:27 pm

MILWAUKEE, Wis.— A concert of music for winds and horn will be presented by Eastwinds Chamber Ensemble as part of the concert series, Music at St. Mark’s, on Sunday, October 25, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.

The concert will feature works Schumann and other composers.

Suggested Donation: $6.00

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church is located on Milwaukee’s East Side at 2618 N. Hackett Avenue, Milwaukee.

For additional information please call: Mike Keegan 414-225-1767 or visit the Eastwinds Music website at www.eastwindsmusic.webs.com. Look under the Blog section for more details.

About St. Mark’s Episcopal Church—St. Mark’s Episcopal Church is a warm and welcoming congregation, whose Sunday morning services are filled with a diverse array of people including Eastside neighbors, students, professionals, retirees, young people and families.  St. Mark’s and its members are strongly committed to the East Side neighborhood and the Milwaukee community at large.  Examples of our commitment include hosting the St. Mark’s Community Garden; participation in Common Ground, a local coalition advocating for health care, education, jobs and economic development in Southeastern Wisconsin; and support of a number of local community-based organizations including Habitat for Humanity, the Gathering, Our Next Generation, Sojourner Truth House, Pathfinders, Hunger Task Force, Urban Ecology Center and East Side Senior Services.

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