What did famous composers whom we associate with different musical genres also compose for classical chamber music groups? Acclaimed Boston Conservatory at Berklee faculty members present an evening of “unexpected” chamber music, featuring works by Erich Wolfgang Korngold, André Previn, and Kurt Weill.
Violinist Francesca dePasquale and pianist Scott Cuellar present the newly commissioned multimedia piece, On the Blue Shore of Silence, composed by Gity Razaz, Gloria Justen, Sayo Kosugi, and artist Johanna Andruchovici, and inspired by Pablo Neruda.
Chamber Series continues its exploration of what classical music means to different people and cultures across the world in this concert featuring classical compositions deeply rooted in culture and traditional works performed by Silkroad artists and Boston Conservatory students.
Don't miss the rare chance to hear faculty artist Michael Lewin play a Boston recital. Winner of the Liszt Competition and a Grammy Award, Lewin's active international concert career and 13 solo recordings have established him as a pianist with profound musical understanding, rare control of colors, and intensely communicative playing. His wide-ranging program spans four centuries of music, from Scarlatti (1700s) to Golijov (2004).
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An evening of world premieres for orchestra composed by Boston Conservatory's composition students and performed under the direction of Assistant Professor of Orchestral Studies and Contemporary Music Vimbayi Kaziboni.
Acclaimed ensemble-in-residence Ensemble intercontemporain joins Boston Conservatory’s contemporary ensemble in a skilled performance featuring works by French composers Pierre Boulez, Gérard Grisey, and more.
Faculty performers, faculty composers, student performers, student composers, and the renowned Ensemble intercontemporain visiting us all the way from Paris: a feast of fantastic players and eclectic pieces to celebrate what “chamber music” means as we go from the 20th century all the way to our own days.