The Stockbridge Sinfonia, under music director Simeon Loring, will present "A Program of Classical Music" at 10 a.m. tomorrow at First United Methodist Church, 55 Fenn St. A reception will follow the concert.
There will be another performance at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23, at the Norman Rockwell Museum, Route 183 in Stockbridge.
The program for both concerts will include selections from Mozart, Lalo, Gliere, Schubert and Herold.
The Sinfonia's conductor emeritus, Leonard Marcus, will conduct the Mozart piece. Principal cellist Ivan Trabka will be solo in the Lalo selection.
For more information about the Stockbridge Sinfonia, contact Christine Singer, president of the Sinfonia, at (413) 442-3289, or Betsy Strauch at (413) 637-4059.
Lee: Public meeting set for traffic study
The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission will report on the Lee Area Traffic Study and discuss ways to reduce congestion and improve safety in the Lee area at a public meeting on Aug. 27.
The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m., at the Lee Elementary School Cafeteria, 310 Greylock St.
Information: (413) 442-1521, ext. 18.
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