Elmira, N.Y. (WETM) – The Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes begins its transition back to the stage and live performances with a chamber music concert.

The upcoming live chamber music concert is called “Transition Points” and is by the English-Tobin Duo. The concert is on June 10 at 7:30 PM at The Park Church in Elmira. The duo will perform on historical violins and violas and the performance will last 60-75 minutes.

The English-Tobin duo is comprised of a husband and wife pair, John Paul and Ashley. Their performance will include a visual slide show during the presentation and will explore the theory that some of the most interesting art is produced during times of great transition.

The English and Tobin spoke on what live music performances coming back mean to them. “We’re excited to be back, it’s so much different when the audience is a part of the experience, it’s like almost like we’re making music with them.” The duo is excited to be back on stage and performing for a live audience once again.

Seating will be limited to comply with COVID-19 guidelines and tickets should be purchased in advance. Tickets are $10 for children and $30 for adults, but all ages are welcome. Tickets can be purchased at  https://www.osfl.org/concerts.html. Please contact Karen Dusek, Managing Director with any questions at karen@osfl.org.