King’s Chapel Concerts US Map & Phone & Address
King’s Chapel, Tremont and School Streets, Boston; (617) 227-2155
This stately edifice on the Freedom Trail between Park Street station and Government Center hosts weekday lunch hour concerts every Tuesday at 12:15 P.M. usually solo, duet, or small ensemble recitals. These are mostly classical, but occasionally include jazz or folk artists. A freewill donation is requested. There’s also one organ recital each month, also by donation.
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The burns came down off the hills in torrents and did a great deal of damage (20-ton boulders were trundled down) but, amazingly, no human life was lost. A woman and child had a fright when a bolt of lightning came down the chimney as they sat close to the fire and killed the unfortunate cat at their feet. East of Kilsyth is the Colzium Lennox Estate (park) and its mansion, which was given to the town in 1937. A plinth below the house commemorates the battle, but boobs in ascribing the victory to the Duke (sic) of Montrose. (The Grahams only gained that title through supporting the 1707 Union sell-out, and the local Livingston, Lord Kilsyth, fought its every clause.) The grounds are immaculately kept and full of interesting shrubs and trees, ablaze in autumn colours. The walled garden is a ‘glorious gem’. The old laundry has been restored and turned into the Clock Theatre, named after the clock above it, which dates from 1863. Just up from the bridge, leading to the house, is a well-preserved example of an ice house. Townhead (Banton) Reservoir lies just below and to the east, and is the main feeder for the Forth & Clyde Destination.
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