Photo by Adriana Cazzell

Serafins Return To Delaware - Spring 2024!

Serafin performances in Wilmington this spring cap the 325th anniversary Historic Old Swedes Church Celebration Day and close The Arts at Trinity season with works for harpsichord, piano and strings. Hear Eric Pritchard and Kate Ransom (violin); Amadi Azikiwe (viola); Jacques-Pierre Malan (cello); Augustine Mercante (countertenor); Eileen Grycky (flute); Gabriel Benton (harpsichord); and Read Gainsford (piano).

NEW! Starting in March! Happy Hour Soirées at Stonegates (Greenville, DE)!
Ticketed and open to the public, on sale on March 1, 2024.
(See CALENDAR for more details). Each performance is followed by meet-the artists reception
March 21 RANSOM NOTES (Kate and William Ransom, violin and piano)
A program for the season with Beethoven’s “Spring Sonata”; Dvorak’s “Romance”; and Korngold’s Four Pieces from Much Ado About Nothing
April 25 STEINWAY ARTIST SHOWCASE (Steinway Artist Victor Asuncion, piano; Kate Ransom, violin; Amadi Azikiwe, viola; Jacques-Pierre Malan, cello)
Spotlight on the piano, and works for piano and strings, with a taste of Serafin Summer Music
May 16 BOUNTY OF THE BAROQUE (Gabriel Benton, harpsichord; Eric Pritchard, Kate Ransom violins; Amadi Azikiwe, viola; Jacques Pierre Malan, cello)
Solo and ensemble works by Bach. Works by Bach, Handel, Leclair, more, and an up-close look inside a harpsichord!
June 6 UP CLOSE with GRAMMY WINNING CELLIST (Sara Sant’Ambrogio, cello; Victor Asuncion, piano; Kate Ransom, violin)
Selections from Sara’s latest cd release “Ecstasy” and a sneak preview of Serafin Summer Music Week. Works by Dvorak, De Falla, Cassado, Granados, Piazzolla, Ponce.


Cellist Sara Sant’Ambrogio, featured artist for Serafin Summer Music 2024
Serafin Summer Music Returns June 3-23, 2024

Another exciting festival is on the way! Serafin Summer Music 2024 features world renowned cellist, Sara Sant’Ambrogio, of Eroica Trio. Her appearance in the festival is underwritten by the Delaware Commission on Italian Heritage and Culture, and includes a program titled Postcards from Italy, and Italian Serenade. The week opens on Tuesday, June 4 when Sant’Ambrogio is joined by conductor Simeone Tartaglione, composer Giampiero Buglierello, and photographer Flavia Loreto, sharing their stories. “My Italian Life in America” presents artists' remarks, followed by Q&A and a reception with audience members. (Free with any festival ticket purchase.) Flavia Loreto's photographs will be on exhibit.

A wide array of artists, composers, and instrumental combinations will once again dazzle and delight audiences in the Wilmington and downstate areas of Delaware. Tickets for Serafin Summer Music 2024 go on sale March 1. For more information, click here.

For more details about upcoming Serafin performances in the Delaware region, see calendar.

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