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Music Worcester Presents Phenomenal Cellist, Yo-Yo Ma


Music Worcester is pleased to announce a special performance by one of the best-known classical musicians of his generation, Yo-Yo Ma, at Mechanics Hall on Sunday, April 7 at 5:00 pm.

The program, “Culture, Understanding, and Survival – Six Decades with Bach”, will feature a performance of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Suites for Solo Cello No.’s III and VI by Yo-Yo Ma. It will be an example of culture’s power to create moments of shared understanding, as well as an invitation to a larger conversation about culture, society, and the themes that connect us all.

“We are very excited to have Yo-Yo Ma as a special guest performance this season,” Music Worcester Executive Director Adrien C. Finlay said. “His technical virtuosity is unmatchable and his engaging interpretative ability is one that will keep you in awe from beginning to end.”

Sunday, April 7, 2019, at 5:00 PM
Mechanics Hall, 321 Main Street, Worcester
Tickets available now

For further information, contact Sara Seng at

About Worcester Music, Inc
Music Worcester, Inc. was originally known as the Worcester County Music Association, and for years they have run the Worcester Music Festival. Current programs reflect the merger in the mid-1990s of the Festival with International Artists Series and the MA Jazz Festival. Great
performances by world-renowned orchestras and guest soloists, chamber music, ballet, world music and dance, jazz and choral masterworks are hallmarks of Music Worcester’s annual operations. Multiple educational programs currently serve the youth and families of greater Worcester: Music-To-Go, Tickets to Opportunity, Festival Singers, Symphonic Project, in-schools residencies, and the Young Artist Competition. Music Worcester also welcomes the activities of two subsidiary groups each year – The Worcester Chorus, which has been an integral part of the Worcester Music Festival since the very beginning in 1858, and The Music Guild, Music Worcester’s volunteer league.

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