LiveARTS Matching Grant

You Can Make a Difference!

We are pleased to announce that LiveARTS is the recipient of a $4,000 matching grant from an anonymous donor. Your contribution will be matched dollar-for-dollar—up to $4,000—and will support the work of this unique, chamber music organization, including artistic direction and performances.


LiveARTS is a 501(c)3 organization and your gift is tax deductible. You may contribute by mailing a check to Rand Barthel, Treasurer, 50 Asylum Street, Mendon, MA 01756 or by clicking the “Donate” button.

All contributions are securely processed through PayPal. You may use your personal PayPal account OR any major credit card of your choice. Thank you!

Last Season (2016-2017)


October 16, 2016

LiveARTS String Quartet

Ala Jojatu, violin
Gregory Vitale, violin
Donald Krishnaswami, viola
Jan Müller-Szeraws, cello


Music by Beethoven, Revueltas and Smetana


November 13, 2016

Ina Zdorovetchi, harp


Music by Hindemith, Faure, Glinka and Joplin


January 29, 2017

Sandra Piques Eddy,
mezzo soprano

With Michelle Alexander, piano


Music by Brahms, de Falla, and other favorites



April 23, 2017

Clarinet Trio

Bruce Creditor, clarinet
Donald Krishnaswami, viola
Lorena Tecu, piano


Music by Schumann, Bruch, Ben-Haim, Mozart, and Vaughan Williams

All Concerts on Sundays, 3:30 pm at the Meetinghouse of the First Universalist Society

262 Chestnut Street, Franklin, MA

Doors open at 3 pm. Open Seating. Handicapped accessible

Season Subscriptions!

Four concerts for the price
of three.

•  Adults $60
•  Seniors $45
•  Students $30


At the door.

•  Adults $20
•  Seniors (60+) $15
•  Students $10
•  children 6-12 free

To purchase a subscription by mail, make check payable to LiveARTS and send to Rand Barthel, Treasurer 50 Asylum Street, Mendon, MA 01756. To advertise in our concert programs, make a donation or other inquiry, please contact us.

Map to the Meetinghouse

LiveARTS, a nonprofit, non-sectarian affiliate of the First Universalist Society in Franklin, is supported in part by grants from the Franklin, Norfolk, and Wrentham Cultural Councils, local agencies supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.