Dear Friend of Music at Eden's Edge,

Since 1982, excellent musicianship and thrilling audience experiences have defined Music at Eden’s Edge. MEE’s 2018 season brought a wide variety of creative musical experiences, interactive lecture/performances and traditional chamber concerts, with repertoire ranging from the early music of Into That Most Baroque of Times, to the virtuosity of Duo Zonda, two flutes pushing the boundaries of our awareness.

In 2019, proud and grateful to be presenting our 38th season, we plan to continue this adventurous and intriguing programming at our three venues, The Congregational Church of Topsfield, the Peabody Institute Library in Peabody Center and The Barn, Peirce Farm at Witch Hill in Topsfield. 

“A different meditation. It’s like everyone is dancing.”

These words, when they were sent to us by a new audience member, touched us all deeply. They underscore the beneficial effects of connecting directly with our audience members, and of sharing the treasure of music with each other.

Consistent with MEE’s mission to perform chamber music of the highest caliber for the broadest possible audience, we want to continue the practice of offering low-cost or free admission - a benefit we share with you and with all of our audience members. To continue and grow this practice, MEE must ask you to play your part in the music-making. Your donation to MEE will support our amazing musicians and their exhilarating programs, and ensure the ongoing availability of distinctive experiences for you and for the entire North Shore community. 

“We have attended a concert with you just about every year for nearly 20 years now, and I want to thank you so much for the pleasure it always brings to my daughter and me. She was 4 or 5 when we started!”

“My friend and I attended the last concert of the season last evening over at the Peirce Farm at Witch Hill. Like all the others, it was a delightful evening. We haven’t missed one the past two years and all are wonderful. We both look forward to more such events next fall.”

“Every time I thought “this piece is my favorite” you would follow it up with something equally as amazing.”

Those words from three of our enthusiastic listeners remind us that our work is responsible for helping to instill and nurture a great love of music in our greater community, of which you are a valued member. Your presence at concerts makes the concert happen.

Please consider your part in making our 38th season a reality. Your help is really needed now, so please don’t hesitate. Your mailed check is the best way to assure that 100% of your donation makes it into our hands. Your check can be mailed to us at the following address:

Music at Eden's Edge
94 John Wise Avenue
Essex, MA 01929

If you prefer to make your donation digitally, please click the button below to go to our campaign page at JustGiving.org. A small percentage of your online gift will be deducted by JustGiving.org as a fee for their service.

MEE keeps chamber music thriving on the North Shore! Join us in maintaining this musical legacy and in reaching even more listeners…

 
 
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Save these dates in 2019 for Music at Eden's Edge


 
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The Inside Story:
2019 Chamber Concert Series


close encounters with music - Peabody institute library in peabody

  • Monday, January 28 at 7:00pm: Tales from the Baroque

  • Monday, February 25 at 7:00pm: Boismortier Madness

  • Monday, March 25 at 7:00pm: Tutti Bassi: Music from the 16th to 18th Centuries

  • Monday, April 22 at 7:00pm: Backstory: Clarinet & Friends


music speaks! The barn at Peirce Farm in Topsfield

  • Monday, February 4 at 7:00pm: Tales from the Baroque

  • Monday, March 4 at 7:00pm: Boismortier Madness

  • Monday, April 1 at 7:00pm: Tutti Bassi: Music from the 16th to 18th Centuries

  • Monday, April 29 at 7:00pm: Backstory: Clarinet & Friends


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