The Hitchcock & Torres Guitar Duo at the Easton Cemetery Chapel
December 17 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Join us for our winter concert series at the Easton Cemetery chapel. Tickets are available via the link below. All proceeds benefit the Easton Cemetery.
Sunday, December 17 at 3:00 pm / $10
Tickets required; space is limited.
The Hitchcock & Torres Guitar Duo, with special guest Akiva Zamcheck
The group will perform a concert of music from the the 16th to the 20th centuries, as well as some seasonal music for the month of December. If you were lucky enough to hear music in the chapel previously, you know how amazing the sound is. You don’t want to miss this special event!
- Seating is limited to 60
- Masks are not required, though they are encouraged.
- Sorry, no bathrooms are available on site. The concert will last about an hour. Please plan accordingly.
- Attendees are encouraged to park outside of the cemetery and walk to the chapel from the N. 7t Street gates, but you are able to park near the chapel. Please park carefully avoiding all monuments and gravestones.
About the Performers:
The Hitchcock & Torres Guitar Duo formed in 2017 and since then has performed in selected venues throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Heath Hitchcock’s music background is from The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. It was there that he received his master’s degree in Music Performance while studying under Julian Gray. Heath’s solo album, “Five Centuries of the Guitar” is available at CDBaby.
Jorge Torres is Associate Professor of Music at Lafayette College, where he teaches courses in Music History and World Music. He is the director of the Maquis Consort, Lafayette College’s early music ensemble. His recording with Rebcca Stuhr, Music for Flute & Guitar, is available on Centaur Records.
About the Chapel:
This non-sectarian chapel (note the symbols representing different religions) was built in 1875 for the convenience of families who wished to have services on the Cemetery grounds. Later, an addition in the back allowed room for the storage of bodies if needed until the gravesites could be prepared. The building was restored in 2001 when heat and electricity were added. All furniture in the Chapel is original to the building.