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Groton School's Free Concerts; Renowned German Boys Choir

Windsbacher Knabechor   German Boys Choir performs a concert at Groton School Tues., Oct. 28, 7 p.m. This event, in Groton's Edward B. Gammons Concert Series, is free. The choir will perform in St. John's Chapel, a Gothic Revival masterpiece on Groton School's campus and the perfect setting for the Windsbacher repertoire, which extends from Renaissance to contemporary music but specializes in sacred works. The Concert is presented by the Bavarian Ministry of Culture.

Plan to attend the rest of the Gammons Concert Series concerts which take place in the Edward B. Gammons Recital Hall, in Groton's Schoolhouse, 282 Farmers Row: Nov. 9, 4 p.m.-International concert flutist Robert Stallman with Victor Romanul, violin; Dimitri Murrath, viola; and Emmanuel Feldman, cello, in an all-Mozart program. Jan. 8, 7 p.m.-Trio Viento, the unexpectedly beautiful combination of oboe (Nancy Dimmock), French horn (Sheffra Spiridopoulos), and piano (Rebecca Plummer). Feb. 5, 7 p.m.-Groton School's music faculty-composers, recording artists, soloists, and members of Boston's professional ensembles. April 13, 7 p.m.-Scaramouche: All Women Percussion, which connects people through an exhilarating performance of music and theatrics that celebrates freedom of self-expression

Because of ongoing construction, to reach the Gammons Recital Hall, enter through the north (athletic) gate and park near the Athletic Center, then follow signs.

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