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    Elysian Winds at Dana Hall School

    Elysian Winds at Dana Hall School
    05-05-2013 - 05-05-2013
    Elysian Winds
    Admission: FREE, no tickets required
    781-237-6542
    Start Time(s):
    Wendy Vignaux, flute Elizabeth England, oboe Linda Poland, clarinet Susie Telsey, bassoon Marina Krickler, horn Program: Mozart (arr Noel) – “Queen of the Night” from The Magic Flute Prokofiev (arr McAlister) – Summer Day Suite, 6 pieces from Op 65 Reicha – Quintet, Op 88 No 2 Ibert – Trois Pièces Brèves The Elysian Winds formed in September 2012, bringing together five of Greater Boston’s most active and talented musicians We are focused on bringing excellent performances to the communities where we live and work, believing that great music can be enjoyed by all audiences Our aim is to perform a wide variety of repertoire from all eras, including transcriptions, original and new works Other highlights of the 2012-13 season include a recital at the Morse Institute Library

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  • 04/10/13--00:00: Music MAYnia Festival
  • Music MAYnia Festival

    Music MAYnia Festival
    05-05-2013 - 05-05-2013
    Winchester Community Music School
    http://www.winchestermusic.org/concerts/music-maynia.aspx
    Winchester Community Music School - 407 Highland Ave Winchester MA 01890
    Admission: Free
    781-721-2950
    Start Time(s):
    Music MAYnia is a free community festival that features continuous live performances, arts & crafts, face painting, a Maypole, refreshments, and more! Over 175 performers of all ages and abilities perform a music marathon on three stages, ranging from classical to rock Held at Winchester Community Music School, 407 Highland Avenue, Winchester, MA For more info, call 781-721-2950 or visit wwwwinchestermusicorg

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    Cuba! Music and Images from the Forbidden Island

    Cuba! Music and Images from the Forbidden Island
    05-05-2013 - 05-05-2013
    Walden Chamber Players
    http://www.waldenchamberplayers.org/season.html
    Admission: Tickets are $20 adults; $10 students; Children under 12 FREE Tickets are available online or at the door For more information visit wwwwaldenchamberplayersorg or email info@waldenchamberplayersorg
    (617) 871-9WCP
    info@waldenchamberplayers.org
    http://waldenchamber.brownpapertickets.com
    Start Time(s): Join us at 2:30pm for a photographic exhibition by artist Doug Munch and a thought-provoking lecture on the musical history and culture of Cuba by speaker Benjamin Willis as well as a delicious reception of Cuban delicacies
    On Sunday May 5th you can experience the sights, sounds and tastes of Cuba with the Walden Chamber Players at the Wilson Chapel in Newton, MA Walden will be joined by classical guitarist Robert Bekkers to present a dazzling program of 20th and 21st century Cuban chamber music The program will include works by: Cervantes, White, Nin, Lecuona, Brouwer and Cabrera Also featured on the concert will be a world premiere performance of Jorge Martin's Serenata for violin and piano The concert will be preceded by a photographic exhibition by artist Doug Munch and a thought-provoking lecture on the musical history and culture of Cuba by speaker Benjamin Willis as well as a delicious reception of Cuban delicacies Robert Bekkers, guitar Irina Muresanu and Olga Patramanskaya-Bell, violins Christof Huebner, viola Ashima Scripp, cello Kristhyan Benitez, piano

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    Jazz at the Firehouse - Eguie Castrillo Latin Jazz Band

    Jazz at the Firehouse - Eguie Castrillo Latin Jazz Band
    05-05-2013 - 05-05-2013
    Zumix
    ZUMIX Firehouse - 260 Sumner Street East Boston MA 02128
    Admission: $15
    617-568-9777
    http://www.zumix.org
    Start Time(s):
    As a part of ZUMIX's Jazz Series, come see Eguie Castrillo Latin Jazz Band with the ZUMIX Latin Ensemble! Eguie Castrillo is one of the most prolific studio and session timbale artists in the world today In addition to being an Associate Professor of Percussion at the Berklee College of Music, Eguie tours regularly with the Arturo Sandoval Band He is a Grammy Award winner (Arturo Sandoval's Latin Jazz 1998 record of the year) and an engaging showman who performs year-round along with his Big Band in concerts, festivals, corporate parties, and clubs all around the United States Eugie has performed with legendary timbalito Tito Puente (whom he credits as being a mentor and close personal friend), Steve Winwood, Michael Brecker, Ruben Blades, Paquito D'Rivera, Michel Camilo, KC and the Sunshine Band, Dave Valentin, and Giovanni Hidalgo For more information and event listings, visit wwwzumixorg

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    The Boston Conservatory Orchestra

    The Boston Conservatory Orchestra
    05-05-2013 - 05-05-2013
    The Boston Conservatory
    http://www.bostonconservatory.edu/event/boston-conservatory-orchestra-4
    Sanders Theatre - Memorial Hall, Harvard University, 45 Quincy Street Cambridge MA 02138
    Admission: $15
    617-912-9269
    https://www.boxoffice.harvard.edu/online/default.asp
    Start Time(s): 2:00 PM
    Featuring Jonathan Bass on piano, Bruce Hangen leads The Boston Conservatory in their final performance of the season Program to include Wagner's Overture to The Flying Dutchman, Beethoven's Piano Concerto No 4, and Stravinsky's Rite of Spring A pre-concert lecture will be given at 1 pm

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    Beowulf- A Thousand Years of Baggage

    Beowulf- A Thousand Years of Baggage
    04-16-2013 - 05-05-2013
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    American Repertory Theater
    http://www.americanrepertorytheater.org/events/show/beowulf-thousand-years-baggage
    Oberon - 2 Arrow Street Cambridge MA 02138
    Admission: Check back for pricing information
    https://tickets.americanrepertorytheater.org/Online/default.asp?sToken=1%2C1e046543%2C5060a201%2C0720607F-5D60-4F1D-AA2D-CD1B43DEE41C%2CddkVZ1Ig%2BMBasZmIMllBlQcZTH8%3D&BOset::WScontent::SearchResultsInfo::current_page=1&doWork::WScontent::getPage
    Start Time(s): Evening shows- 7:30 PM Evening Late Night shows- 10:30 PM Weekend matinees- 4:00 PM See website for specific dates and times
    OBERON becomes a 21st century mead hall in this passionate retelling of the Old English epic poem Watch as Beowulf sings, struts and slashes his way through a thousand years of literary scholarship, revealing the raw and rowdy SongPlay within Featuring original music that combines Weillian cabaret, 40’s jazz harmony, punk, electronica and Romantic Lieder composed by Dave Malloy from last season’s sold-out Three Pianos  

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    Classics V The Virtuosos: Orchestra & Soloists

    Classics V The Virtuosos: Orchestra & Soloists
    05-04-2013 - 05-05-2013
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    Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra
    http://www.capesymphony.org/cape-symphony-orchestra-concert-season.asp
    Barnstable Performing Arts Center - 744 West Main Street Barnstable MA 02661
    Admission: $27-$66
    508-362-1111
    tickets@capesymphony.org
    http://www.capesymphony.org/cape-symphony-orchestra-concert-season.asp
    Start Time(s): 3pm 8pm
    SAT MAY 4, 2013 8PM SUN MAY 5, 2013 3PM BARTOK THE SOLOIST COMPETITION Bartok’s exhilarating Concerto for Orchestra is the undisputed piece that tests the virtuosity of an orchestra It’s perfectly paired with the Finals of our Concerto Competition Audience voting will determine who will be the next classical star, The Soloist JUNG-HO PAK, CONDUCTOR FINALISTS, THE SOLOIST: NEW ENGLAND CONCERTO COMPETITION The challenge: Choose one piece that tests the virtuosity of an orchestra The contender: Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra Our musicians must draw on every technical skill they have to take on the composer’s tremendous rhythmic and melodic variety They must also have the tenacity for it Like protagonists in a concerto, each section has a moment to shine in this exotic, mysterious and complex piece The result is absolutely exhilarating Pairing this piece with the Finals of our concerto competition has not been left to providence Our three finalists will have the rare opportunity to perform with the orchestra; you will have the rare opportunity to decide their fate Audience voting alone will determine who will be the next classical star, The Soloist BARTOK CONCERTO FOR ORCHESTRA CONCERTO SELECTIONS TO BE ANNOUNCED

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    THE FLYING DUTCHMAN by Wagner

    THE FLYING DUTCHMAN by Wagner
    04-26-2013 - 05-05-2013
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    Boston Lyric Opera (BLO)
    http://blo.org/events/wagners-the-flying-dutchman/
    Citi Shubert Theatre - 265 Tremont Street Boston MA 02116
    Admission: Single tickets on sale to the public on September 4, 2012
    6175426772
    boxoffice@blo.org
    http://blo.org/this-season/tickets/
    Start Time(s): Evening performances begin at 7:30pm Matinees(m) begin at 3pm
    Sung in German with projected English translation New BLO production US Premiere of the 1841 critical edition April 26, 28m, May 1, 3, 5m, 2013 at the Citi Performing Arts CenterSM Shubert Theatre Evening performances begin at 7:30pm Matinees (m) begin at 3:00pm A sea captain doomed by a curse to an existence of eternal wandering, a yearning heroine desperate to escape her restricting world – set against the uncontrolled violence of the sea Their passionate encounter is a story of compelling tension and musical intensity This early masterpiece of Wagner’s, presented in the US premiere of the 1841 critical edition and in honor of his bicentennial, ends the season on a note of high drama The new production is directed by Michael Cavanagh and stars Allison Oakes, Alfred Walker, and Gregory Frank BLO Music Director David Angus conducts

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  • 05/22/12--00:00: Handel Jephtha
  • Handel Jephtha

    Handel Jephtha
    05-03-2013 - 05-05-2013
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    Handel and Haydn Society
    http://www.handelandhaydn.org/concerts/2012-2013/handel-jephtha
    Symphony Hall - 301 Massachusetts Avenue Boston MA 02115
    Admission: $20-$84
    617-266-3605
    boxoffice@handelandhaydn.org
    Start Time(s): Friday, May 3 at 7:30pm Sunday, May 5 at 3pm
    Considered one of the finest Handelians in the world, Harry Christophers brings Jephtha to Symphony Hall audiences for the first time since 1867 Premiered in the US by the Handel and Haydn Society in 1855, the Period Instrument Orchestra and Chorus bring a legend to life: the oratorio tells the story of Jephtha, a commander for the Israelites against the Ammonites, and his daughter Iphis, who is betrothed to one of Jephtha’s soldiers, Hamor With a stellar cast, Christophers will transform this theatrical story of passions and redemptions, and showcase the transformative powers of Handel’s music

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  • 04/18/13--00:00: Spring Fev-ah All Acappella
  • Spring Fev-ah All Acappella

    Spring Fev-ah All Acappella
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    None of the Above
    http://noneabove.org/sf
    Admission: $10-15
    5083805796
    info@noneabove.org
    http://noneabove.org/sf/tickets
    Start Time(s): Doors open at 7:00pm
    None of the Above presents “Spring Fev-ah IX” on May 4, 2013 at 7:30PM at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley Hills – 309 Washington Street Wellesley Hills, MA The concert will feature two of the Boston area’s premier a-cappella groups: Vocal Revolution (formerly known as Sounds of Concord) The program will be an eclectic mix of music styles ranging from early music to modern pieces, pop, rock, jazz and barbershop Refreshments will be available Tickets: Adults $12 advance, $15 door; Students/Seniors $10 advance, $12 door Visit http://noneaboveorg/sf or call 5083805796 to reserve tickets

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  • 04/17/13--00:00: The Melissa Kassel Group
  • The Melissa Kassel Group

    The Melissa Kassel Group
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    Concord Conservatory of Music
    http://www.ConcordConservatory.org
    Concord Conservatory of Music - 1317 Main St Concord MA 01742
    Admission: Free with donations accepted at the door
    978-369-0010
    info@ConcordConservatory.org
    Start Time(s):
     The Concord Conservatory of Music is pleased to announce the final performance of this seasons free Faculty Concert Series, The Melissa Kassel Group, on Saturday, May 4th at 7 pm Vocalist, composer and music educator Melissa Kassel is active in a variety of musical settings throughout the United States She has performed and recorded with jazz greats such as, Tim Ray, Bob Gullotti, and many other outstanding musicians She is known for her unique style and ability to transform a song into a fresh and personal statement Her first CD entitled “Melissa Kassel Quintet, Live at the Acton Jazz Café”, top ten charted in many cities in the United States and received worldwide recognition Melissa Kassel was nominated as “Best Jazz Vocalist” in the 1998 Boston Music Awards Ms Kassel received a Bachelor’s degree in Music from the University of Massachusetts She continued her studies in a Master’s Program at the New England Conservatory of Music She has studied rhythm, improvisation and composition with great masters such as Charlie Banacos and Joe Maneri She continues her vocal studies with Craig Wich In August 2010 Kevin Lowenthal of the Boston Globe wrote, “The Boston-based vocalist Melissa Kassel rarely, if ever, takes the standard approach to standards Where the typical singer shouts, she might whisper; a passage usually taken quickly, she may stretch out like taffy Yet it’s all in service to the improvisational moment being shared with her top-notch band” Jazz critic Harvey Pekar said, “…She’s among the best jazz vocalists to emerge in years” In addition to CCM faculty member, Melissa Kassel, the group is a powerhouse of talented Boston Jazz performers, including Doug Johnson, piano; Phil Grenadier, trumpet; John Funkhouser, bass; and Austin McMahon on drums  Doug Johnson is a jazz and classical pianist who has performed with Esperanza Spaulding and Grace Kellyy He teaches at the Berklee College of Music and Wellesley College Trumpeter Phil Grenadier has played on 50 CD’s including the Melissa Kassel Quintet release: “Live at the Acton Jazz Cafe” From 2007-2009 he toured the world with guitarist John Scofield Bassist John Funkhouser is in demand as a jazz bassist and pianist, participating in an array of musical projects with the Northeast's most accomplished and creative musicians He has shared the stage with such luminaries as Grammy nominees Luciana Souza and Tierney Sutton, Steve gadd, and many others He was a featured soloist with the MIT Wind Ensemble's world premier of Mark Harvey's magnum opus, "Beyond" Drummer Austin McMahon has accompanied notable names in the jazz world including saxophonists: Joe Lovano, Jerry Bergonzi, David Liebman & George Garzone He’s a mainstay in Warner Brothers Jazz vocalist Lea Delaria’s quartet and has performed with the Joe Davidian trio as an opening act for Grammy award-winning vocalist Dianne Reeves and Jane Monheit Stu Vandermark of “Boston Jazz Scene”, reviewing the May 29, 2010 show at the Lily Pad, wrote, “… The group cranked it up another level on that night Everyone seemed to be on fire (in the best sense) Melissa’s voice was in top form And the programming (particularly in terms of thematic variety and tempo) was outstanding If there was anyone in the audience who thinks he didn’t get his money’s worth, he just wasn’t listening” The concert series is made possible in part by the generous funding from Newbury Court and the Concord Cultural Council For more information about the CCM Free Concert Series please call CCM at 978-369-0010 Concord Conservatory of Music Founded in 2005, the Concord Conservatory of Music is an energetic community of people who are deepening their involvement with music education As a non-profit school, CCM serves Concord and the surrounding 15 communities The mission of the CCM is to foster a sense of community through music by providing accessible high quality music education and performance opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels CCM’s vision is to provide a community center for high quality 21st century music instruction for all who desire it For more information please visit wwwconcordconservatoryorg  

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    Somerville Songwriter Sessions at the Armory Cafe

    Somerville Songwriter Sessions at the Armory Cafe
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    The Center for Arts at the Armory
    http://artsatthearmory.org
    Center for the Arts at The Armory - 191 Highland Ave Somerville MA 02145
    Admission: $10
    617-718-2191
    somervillesongwriter@gmail.com
    http://artsatthearmory.org
    Start Time(s):
    Three of Massachusetts' finest songer/songwriters, Dan Cloutier, Linda Sharar and Beth DeSombre, each performing a solo set followed by a round-robin song swap with all three performers

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    Cheryl Perrault presents: Wake Up And Smell the Poetry Night!

    Cheryl Perrault presents: Wake Up And Smell the Poetry Night!
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    Amazing Things Arts Center
    Amazing Things Art Center - 160 Hollis St Framingham MA 01702
    Admission: $15 (Stu/Sen $14, Mem $12 Child U12 $8)
    (508) 405-2787
    Start Time(s):
     Hosted by founder/ co-producer of Wake up and Smell the Poetry, Cheryl Perreault  Featuring  some of the highlights of poetry, music & more from the past 7 seasons at HCAM –TV Studios  with a celebratory line-up of past guest features  who have been  poets/writers and activists of the arts  for the community including: Tim Mason, Kate Chadbourne, Ellen Schmidt representing Norma Farber, Elizabeth McKim, Bill Thibodeau, Polly Brown, bg Thurston, Marilyn Rea Beyer, Dianne Bilyak, Molly Saccardo , Walnut and other special appearances!!

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  • 04/11/13--00:00: Open House
  • Open House

    Open House
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    Boston Lyric Opera (BLO)
    http://blo.org/events/open-house/
    Citi Shubert Theatre - 265 Tremont Street Boston MA 02116
    Admission: FREE
    (617) 542-4912
    dlucey@blo.org
    Start Time(s):
    From backstage to the balcony and everywhere in between, BLO’s Open House gives you an all-access pass to experience opera in a casual, exciting way! There is something for everyone, whether you’re an opera veteran or you’re giving it a try for the first time Come see how much fun opera can be! PERFORMANCES: Opera Favorites Shubert Theatre Stage 11:30am and 1:45pm Hear opera favorites performed by BLO Artists on the Shubert Stage Performances will include selections from Mozart’s The Magic Flute which opens the 2013/14 season BACKSTAGE TOURS: Self Guided Tours Begin at Door #1 in the Shubert Theatre Lobby 11am, 12pm, and 2:15pm Visit the Maestro, Star, and Chorus Dressing Rooms to see where the cast of The Flying Dutchman prepares for this vocally rigorous production Warm-up your voice with a BLO Artist as they demonstrate singing exercises Learn tricks of the trade in make-up and wig demonstrations Explore the set of "The Flying Dutchman" Look closer at the props from "The Flying Dutchman" View the stage from the Stage Manager’s perspective at the Stage Manager Podium Take up the baton at the Conductor’s Podium in the Orchestra Pit AND SO MUCH MORE! GET INVOLVED: Want to volunteer at BLO’s Open House? Contact David Lucey at dlucey@bloorg for more information  

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  • 04/10/13--00:00: Shadow and Light
  • Shadow and Light

    Shadow and Light
    05-03-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    TriCon Community Arts Event
    http://www.facebook.com/TriconArts
    Admission: Free to public, no tickets required
    6175717829
    rpasley@triconchurch.org
    Start Time(s): Noon to 6pm each day
    TriCon Church, a congregational church in the heart of Concord, MA, is hosting an inclusive arts event of live music, theater, poetry, literature, and visual arts around the theme of 'Shadow and Light' All events are free to the public, with most performances being held outdoors from noon to 6pm on May 3rd and 4th Visual arts (paintings, sculpture and photography) will be on display indoors until mid-May See our Facebook page for a specific schedule of events

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    Rambax MIT Senegalese Drum Ensemble

    Rambax MIT Senegalese Drum Ensemble
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    MIT Music and Theater Arts
    Admission: FREE
    6172532826
    Start Time(s):
     Rambax Senegalese Drum Ensemble Lamine Touré and Patricia Tang, Directors 3pm, MIT Stratton Student Center Steps, Rain Location: Lobdell Free

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  • 04/10/13--00:00: Handels Jephtha, a Symposium
  • Handels Jephtha, a Symposium

    Handels Jephtha, a Symposium
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    MIT Music and Theater Arts
    MIT's Kresge Auditorium - 48 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge MA 02139
    Admission: FREE
    6172532826
    Start Time(s):
    Handel’s Jephtha, a Symposium that will feature the performance of selections from the oratorio by members of the Handel and Haydn Society Chair: Ellen Harris, MIT Music and Theater Arts Class of ‘49 Professor Emeritus; Harry Christophers, Artistic Director of the Handel and Haydn Society; Margaret Murata, Professor of Music, UC Irvine, Dr Ruth Smith, Cambridge, UK 10am, Kresge Auditorium Free Reception to follow

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    Concord Women's Chorus Spring Concert

    Concord Women's Chorus Spring Concert
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    Concord Women's Chorus
    Http://www.concordwomenschorus.com
    Admission: $25 adults, $20 seniors/students; $10 children
    978-852-4239
    Http://www.concordwomenschorus.com
    Start Time(s):
     A concert of works by women composers including Boulanger, Daley, Henderson and Larsen with special guests Concord Carlisle High School Women's Chorus

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    Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra

    Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra
    www.wphil.org
    Kennedy Middle School Auditorium - 655 Lexington Avenue Waltham MA 02452
    Admission: $20; Seniors $15; Children Free with Paying Adult
    857-919-1385
    admin@wphil.org
    www.wphil.org
    Start Time(s): 7:30 pm
    An exciting evening of American and American-inspired music Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man; Poulsen: Heartland Poem; Dvorak: Symphony No9 “New World” Plus, Lalo: Cello Concerto, featuring Cellist Keith Williams, winner of WPO 2013 Student Concerto Competition

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    An Evening of Music with the Arneis Quartet

    An Evening of Music with the Arneis Quartet
    05-04-2013 - 05-04-2013
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    Carriage House Violins
    http://www.carriagehouseviolins.com
    Admission: $20
    617-262-0051
    info@carriagehouseviolins.com
    http://www.carriagehouseviolins.com
    Start Time(s): 7:30 PM
    Carriage House Violins is proud to announce that we will be hosting a performance by our friends, the Arneis Quartet Performing the works of: Haydn, Schulhoff and Beethoven Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 7:30pm Tickets $20 – Includes post-concert reception with the artists For tickets and more information: call 617-262-0051 or email info@carriagehouseviolinscom

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