KENNEBUNK — Community string ensemble “No Strings Attached” has announced its new location and dates for the first half of 2018.  

“No Strings Attached” is moving to Christ Church, 6 Dane St. in Kennebunk for its winter session, beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, and its spring session beginning May 3.

It is a community string group for violin, viola, cello and bass players who want to play great music with an informal group simply for the joy of it.  

Repertoire ranges from medium easy to medium advanced. Players include recent beginners and those who played earlier in life and are starting up again, to lifelong dedicated amateurs and a few pros.

The group meets about every other Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The fee for participants is $40 per session. New members are welcome to try out the group for an evening before registering.

“No Strings Attachjed” is under the direction of Pamela Doughty, a violist with the Portland Symphony Orchestra.

In addition to her 40 years as part of the PSO’s mighty viola section, she has many years experience as a string teacher with both Maine public schools and private studios. Doughty now enjoys teaching adults through Kennebunk Adult Education and “No Strings Attached.”.

For more information or to register please contact Pamela Doughty by email at [email protected] or by phone at 232-9778.


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