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Jin Kim is serving his 26th season as Music Director and Conductor of Atlantic Symphony Orchestra. Under Kim’s leadership, ASO has become a professional orchestra of note; a premier regional orchestra recognized for artistic excellence. Audiences give Kim high marks and routinely name him as a personal favorite who brings warmth and welcome to every concert, without apology for the “high art” of ASO performances. LEARN MORE ABOUT JIN KIM >

You are always my "go to" for a great evening and beautiful music. So glad we're both back!

CG / Scituate

The pageant was a blast! The violin and soprano soloists absolutely ROCKED the hall!

RH / Hingham

We've enjoyed experiencing some of the finest music organizations in the world. When we discovered ASO, we were awestruck to find the caliber and openness of ASO right in our backyard!

JP & SP / Braintree

I just want you to know how much we enjoyed last night's concert. We brought the whole family and had so much fun. The kids came out dancing! What a great way to kick off the holidays. Thank you!

JF / Weymouth

Thank you, Mr. Kim and orchestra, for another beautiful season. We look forward to the next one! Have a relaxing summer and we'll see you at Sunset at the Abbey.

TN / Cohasset

Another great concert! The Andante Cantabile was my favorite, tonight. Brava, cellist!!

PC / Hingham

This orchestra is fantastic. I’m blown away that we have this so close by… really excellent. Great programming, friendly people, easy to get to and free parking(!). Highly recommended.

KT / Google Review


About the Performance:

Our Winter Chamber Concert is an often surprising, and always remarkable hour (or more) of music by top  ASO Chamber Players — in an intimate, acoustically “live” space. This season, ASO principal oboe player, Andrew Price will join with ASO principal harpsichord player, Sylvia Berry, for a concert of sublime collaboration.

Hingham’s House of Prayer
February 25, 2024 at 4:00PM


Sylvia Berry

ASO Principal Harpsichord

Sylvia Berry is one of North America’s leading exponents of historical keyboard instruments. Ms. Berry has spent nearly twenty years playing countless types of fortepianos, harpsichords, and organs, including some noteworthy antiques. She is known for her exciting performances and engaging commentary and is also a published scholar and lecturer. In addition to performing with ASO, she is the curator of her own period instrument ensemble, The Berry Collective. LEARN MORE ABOUT SYLVIA BERRY >


Generous Season and Program Support Provided By:
Weymouth Club • Morgan Capital Family Office • Marshfield Country Club • Coastal Heritage Bank • Rotary Club of Braintree • Friends of Thayer Public Library
Collaboration Partners
TIC Network • South Shore Children’s Chorus • South Shore Conservatory • Brockton Public Schools •  Hingham Public Library • Tufts Public Library
Community Partners
Glastonbury Abbey • House of Prayer • Sha’aray Shalom • Old Ship Church • Norwell Scholastic Arts Society • Rockland Education Foundation • Genesis Chamber Singers • Fine Arts Chorale • Norwell Visiting Nurses Association and Hospice • South Shore Hospital Charitable Foundation • Friendship Home, Inc. • South Shore Support Services • NPH USA • Interfaith Social Services • Father Bill’s & Mainspring • Hingham Community Center • Harvard Music Association


See a list of the generous individuals who support the orchestra here.

PHOTOS: Orchestra by Andrew Bergsten; Jin Kim by Hope Thompson; Sylvia Berry by Tatiana Daubeck
Design assistance: GrayMatter Agency