Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra

"Ghost Hunters"

Sun. October 24th, 2021 | 3 PM

Pilgrim Congregational Church 533 Rt. 28, Harwich Port



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Our fourth season opens just in time for Halloween. Join us as we take a look into the story of Liza Tower Hill, otherwise known as the Witch of Barnstable, said to have been dancing on Mary Dunn Pond each night with a crew of otherworldly creatures. Other Cape Cod folk lore fills the room, in this program of ghost stories and music.

Franz Joseph Haydn leads the hunt as we search for this Barnstable Witch in his famous Symphony No. 73 “The Hunt”. Vaughan Williams’ “Death of Tintagiles” tells the gloomy tale of a queen who captures a family, leaving others to attempt to rescue them. We conclude with Bartok’s Divertimento for Strings, written in 1939 as Europe began to enter dark times before World War II.

**Information regarding COVID-19 policies for this event will be made available in October.**


COWELL The Banshee

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The Death of Tintagiles

BARTOK Divertimento for Strings

HAYDN Symphony No. 73 "The Hunt”

Tickets: $35 General Admission

Children & Students FREE



Monbleau Hall

Monbleau Hall is a large gathering place (approximately 33' by 65') with a smooth tile floor, performance stage, and adjacent kitchen facilities. The kitchen is furnished with commercial refrigeration, cooking and dish washing equipment. The curtained stage is raised with some additional lighting. The hall has high ceilings and is well lighted.


Available for use in the hall are large tables, card tables, chairs, audio/visual (A/V) equipment and an electric piano. The hall is suitable for meetings, fairs, auctions, dances, plays, concerts, recitals and many other activities requiring a large room. Total capacity is 170 persons. There is direct access from handicap parking via a ramp.

For information regarding the rentals and fees please contact the church office via email (office@pcchp.org) or call 508-432-1668, ext. 10.

The Sanctuary

The Sanctuary is our primary worship area. It is built in the traditional New England Greek Revival style, with tall opening windows and fixed wooden pews on either side of a central aisle. A small chapel is off to the side of the sanctuary. The combined occupancy capacity of the sanctuary is 350. The sound system has hearing assistance units, and a ramp provides disability access from both handicap parking spaces of Route 28 and from the parking lot at the rear of the church building. In addition to weddings, the sanctuary is appropriate for concerts and recitals. 

For information regarding the rentals and fees please contact the church office via email (office@pcchp.org) or call 508-432-1668, ext. 10.


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