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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 10 - April 16, 1998 - 81 Concerts at the Beach group announces 1998 series This year, Concerts at the Beach inaugurates its first season of year-round concerts with five per- formances, from May to Septem- ber, in Bethany Beach, and an Oc- tober performance in Lewes. Au- diences are welcome to meet the artists at receptions following each concert. The Monumental Brass Quintet will launch the season Saturday, May 23, with a versatile repertoire that spans two centuries. On Sat- urday, June 27, the Eastwind Con- sort, a woodwind trio, will per- form a program of classical and modern works. Returning for a fourth season on Saturday, July 25, the Sunrise Quartet will offer a program of well-known quartet music. On Saturday, Aug. 15, Joseph Holt, Baldwin pianist, David Troup and Dorothy Kingston, vo- calists, celebrate the 100th an- niversary of George Gershwin's birthday with a performance of his music. The summer season ends with the Brandywine Baroque performing a program of redis- covered musical treasures on Sat- urday, Sept. 19. Each conceit gets underway at 8 p.m. The Sunrise Quartet will inau- gurate the Lewes winter concerts with a Columbus Day Weekend performance on Sunday, Oct. 11. In 1999, there will be three sum- mer concerts in Bethany Beach and three winter concerts in Lewes, which will be announced in December. Bethany Beach conceits will be held at St. Martha's Episcopal Church, located at the comer of Pennsylvania Avenue and Maple- wood Street. The Lewes concert will take place at 8 p.m. at St. Pe- ter's Episcopal Church, located at the corner of Second Street and Market Street. All concert individual tickets are $17 and include the reception. Bethany Beach tickets are also available in three-ticket packages for $48, or five-ticket packages for $75. Tickets ordered before May 1 will be mailed. Checks should be made payable to Con- certs at the Beach, and mailed to Concerts - Cindy Shartle, 531A Stewart's Watch, Bethany Beach, DE 19930. People may also sign up to be- i Angle Moon photo Among those preparing for the Concerts at the Beach series are (l-r) Betty Grunder; Chris- tine Rosen; Barbara deRaismes; Judith Schomer, president; Margaret Prausnitz; and Kather- ine Coulson. come Friends of Concerts at the Beach at various tax-deductible levels: composer's circle, $1,000; conductor's circle, $500; concerti circle, $250; donor, $200; patron, $100; sponsor, $50; and associate, $25. There will also be three cameo concerts for young people. The Monumental Brass Quintet will open the series at Camp Arrow- head with a 1 p.m., Saturday, May 23 concert. The Eastwind Consort will perform on Friday, June 26, while the Sunrise Quartet will be in concert on Friday, July 24, with the latter two concerts set for 2 p.m., at St. Martha's in Bethany Beach. These concerts are being pro- duced in partnership with the Sus- sex Arts Council and Sussex Mis- sion of the Episcopal Church, ac- Continued on page 82 i00ighthouse estaurant At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645-6271 Open Seven Days A Week 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Dinner from 4 p.m. Make Reservations Now! Easter Sunday Brunch 10 a.m.- 2 p.m, April 12. Fresh Fruit & Juices & Sticky Buns Danish Eggs Leon Home Fries French Toast Bacon & Sausage Seafood Casserole Stuffed Chicken Breasts Beverage Included Cream Chipped Beef BLOODY MARYS, MIMOSAS $2 Saturday NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!