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September 4, 2022 - 5pm / Fabulous French Fantasia / at the Great Music on Sundays @ 5 Music Series

"60 minutes of lighter summer music by French composers. A nice way to round out your Labor Day Weekend!" (Craig Combs)


Sunday, September 4th, 2022 - 5 pm - tickets at


UU Meeting House Provincetown ((236 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA / Ph. 508.487.9344)

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Craig Combs, piano

Eric Maul, flute

Jeffrey Thurston, violin

Mónika Veress (Woods), clarinet

On Program: Ibert, Milhaud, Poulenc, Saint-Saens

Our program “Fabulous French Fantasia” is all French music inspired by theater incidental music, salon music and Jazz with a little Brazilian influence thrown in - but all classical chamber music to include:

Camille Saint-Saëns - Tarentelle for Flute, Clarinet and Piano

Francis Poulenc - Sonata for Flute and Piano Darius Milhaud - Suite for Violin, Clarinet and Piano Jacque Ibert - Deux Interludes for Flute, Violin and Piano

This is the first concert for Ptown’s newest chamber music ensemble, Through the Red Door, co-directed by pianist Craig Combs and flutist, Eric Maul. Musical collaborators are D.C./Ptown violinist Jeffrey Thurston and Transylvanian born Hungarian American clarinetist, Mónika Veress.

The Great Music on Sundays @5 concert series in its 24th season at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House of Provincetown (236 Commercial St, 508.487.9344).

Built in 1847 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, the UU Meeting House’s historic and rare trompe l'oeil walls and serene atmosphere provide the perfect setting for great music. Concerts feature the 1928 Steinway Model B concert grand piano and the historic 1850 Holbrook tracker organ.

Great Music on Sundays @5 presents its 24th season of weekly concerts from July 17 through September 11 at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, followed by an end of season celebration outdoors at the Mary Heaton Vorse House in Provincettown on Sunday September 18 from 4-6pm.

The Sunday concerts begin at 5pm and include an hour of delightful and stimulating music without borders: Baroque, classical, Broadway, international, piano, organ, a cappella and original music with more than 75 performers sharing a creative potpourri from across the centuries and around the world. There is something for everyone at Great Music on Sundays @5.

Each concert also will be live streamed on the concert series’ dedicated YouTube channel and will remain available for enjoyment for one week before the next concert is live streamed.

Great Music on Sundays @5 is Provincetown’s longest-running concert series of music of our world. Since the inaugural 1999 season, more than 340 concerts with hundreds of performers have provided music without borders for thousands of concertgoers.

General admission is $25 admission, $20 seniors, $50 limited priority seating, ages 12 & under free. Advance ticket purchases are available at, and (also at the door of the UU Church on day of the performance). Donations are welcome, and the concert series has PayPal and Venmo options. All concerts are handicapped accessible.

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