Mid-day Art Break Series Comes to an End with ECO Wind Quintet

Categories:  Events    Music
Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 3:15 PM

The Erie Chamber Orchestra’s mission hasn’t changed since 1978, endeavoring to provide music to the community free of charge. On Aug. 26, The ECO’s wind quintet will close out the Erie Art Museum’s Mid-day Art Break Series – you guessed it: For zero dollars. The upbeat, responsive musical performance will start at noon, with free gallery tours during the hour as well.

Follow the sounds of the flute and the clarinet to the Erie Art Museum’s Fifth Street Patio, and enjoy the last of the Mid-day Art Break Series.  — Lauren Griffith

12 p.m.//Aug. 26// 10 E. Fifth St.// http://erieartmuseum.org/performances/middayart.html.

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