Concerts on the Slope

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Our mission is to enrich the classical music culture in Brooklyn by presenting top-quality chamber music concerts with accomplished and emerging young artists from New York and around the world.

We aim to attract, entertain, enlighten, and develop a diverse audience within the greater New York area.

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February 19, 2023
Sunday, 3 pm
Brooklyn, New York

Carolyn Surrick and Ronn McFarlane

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed

Carolyn Surrick, viola da gamba
Ronn McFarlane
, lute
Yousif Sheronick, percussion

Presenting original works, traditional tunes and hymns, as well as works by Diego Ortiz, John Dowland, Henry Purcell, Turlough O’Carolan, J.S. Bach, B.F. White, John Oxenham, Erik Satie, and Duane Allman

March 19, 2023
Sunday, 3 pm
Brooklyn, New York

Bowers Fader Duo

Jessica Bowers, mezzo-soprano
Oren Fader, guitar

Works for mezzo soprano and guitar by Mozart, Brahms, Kurt Weill, Paul Salerni, Randy Woolf, and Matthew Ricketts

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Paul Salerni


2022-2023 Season

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Concerts on the Slope is a monthly concert series performed at:

St. John's Episcopal Church
139 St. John's Place
Brooklyn, New York,  11217


139 St. John’s Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Subway Directions

Take the Q train to Seventh Avenue Station. Exit on the South side to Flatbush Avenue. Walk a half block to Seventh Avenue, then take a left and walk two short blocks to St. John's Place. Turn right and the Church is on your right.

Take the 2 or 3 train to Grand Army Plaza. Exit on the South Side to St. John’s Place. Walk along St. John's Place one block to Seventh Avenue. Cross the street and the Church is on the right.

Bus Directions

St. John's is also convenient to the Flatbush 41 and the Seventh Avenue 67 and 69 Buses.