Zachary Grim 1As part of their annual Music in the Museum Series, Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites will present a performance by Zachary Grim on Saturday, January 2nd at 4 p.m. in the Saal of the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem, located at 66 W. Church Street.

Guitarist/Lutenist Zachary Grim is an Allentown native who has recently played throughout the Atlantic region. His repertoire consists of traditional pieces of the past as well as self-written modern compositions. He has been a featured soloist with the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra and was also nominated twice for the 2014 Lehigh Valley Music Awards for “Outstanding Classical Soloist” and “Outstanding Male Artist.”

A student of Grammy-winning artist Jean Vieaux, Zachary also holds multiple degrees in music from West Chester University. His debut album “Through the Soundhole” was released in June 2015.

The January 2nd performance by Zachary Grim is part of Historic Bethlehem’s annual Music in the Museum series, which features performances by a range of artists in the historic Saal at the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem.

Tickets for the concert is $12 per person, and are available online at or in person at the Moravian Museum.