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Oct
3
Sat
Emmanuel Music Presents Bach Rearranged
Oct 3 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Emmanuel Music Presents Bach Rearranged @ Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall | Cambridge | Massachusetts | United States

Bach Concerto for Three Violins, BWV 1043R
Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067, arr. Gustav Mahler
Swingle Singers vocal arrangements

Stravinsky Four Preludes and Fugues from “Das Wohitemperierte Clavier. arr. Igor Stravinsky

Oct
25
Sun
The New England Philharmonic Commences 2015-16 Season, Celebrates Gunther Schuller at 90
Oct 25 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The New England Philharmonic Commences 2015-16 Season, Celebrates Gunther Schuller at 90 @ Tsai Performance Center | Boston | Massachusetts | United States

The New England Philharmonic (NEP) under the direction of Richard Pittman will commence the 2015-16 season on October 25 with a tour of 20th century music saluting NEP’s Composer Laureate Gunther Schuller on his 90th birthday. NEP’s annual December family concert will bring literary characters Jay Gatsby and Tom Sawyer to musical life and enlists the children of Boston City Singers to help tell the story of Elijah’s Angel. February brings a set of variations, including the Boston premiere of a work based on PBS theme music; and the season finale features Alban Berg’s violin concerto along with two premieres, including a new symphony by Composer in Residence David Rakowski and a composition by the winner of NEP’s 30th annual Call for Scores Competition.
Subscriptions and tickets for NEP’s 2015-16 season are now available at www.NEPhilharmonic.org.
All performances are held at Boston University’s Tsai Performance Center, 685 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston Ma 02215.

October 25, 2015 – 8pm │ Stepping Stones of the 20th Century: Celebrating Gunther Schuller at 90
• Irving Fine │ “Toccata Concertante”
• Anton von Webern │ Six Pieces for Orchestra
• Maurice Ravel │ “Shéhérazade”
• Dmitri Shostakovich │ “October”
• Gunther Schuller │“The Past is in the Present”

Emmanuel Music’s Mendelssohn/Wolf Chamber Series, Year II, Concert I
Oct 25 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Emmanuel Music's Mendelssohn/Wolf Chamber Series, Year II, Concert I @ Emmanuel Music | Newbury | Massachusetts | United States

Emmanuel Music embarks on the second year of a multi-year Chamber Series exploring the instrumental chamber music and songs of Felix Mendelssohn alongside the intense, reflective art songs of Hugo Wolf.

Nov
1
Sun
Emmanuel Music Presents Mendelssohn/Wolf Chamber Series Year II, Concert II
Nov 1 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Emmanuel Music Presents Mendelssohn/Wolf Chamber Series Year II, Concert II @ Emmanuel Music | Boston | Massachusetts | United States

Emmanuel Music embarks on the second year of a multi-year Chamber Series exploring the instrumental chamber music and songs of Felix Mendelssohn alongside the intense, reflective art songs of Hugo Wolf.

Nov
7
Sat
29th Annual Steppin’ Out for Dimock
Nov 7 @ 6:00 pm – 11:45 pm
29th Annual Steppin' Out for Dimock @ Sheraton Boston Hotel | Boston | Massachusetts | United States

The 29th Annual Steppin’ Out for Dimock gala will take place on 11.7.15.
Stay tuned for a big announcement on the entertainment for this event.Gladys-Knight-on-stage-Steppin-Out

Dec
13
Sun
New England Philharmonic Presents Annual Family Concert – Musical Characters
Dec 13 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
New England Philharmonic Presents Annual Family Concert - Musical Characters @ Tsai Performance Center | Boston | Massachusetts | United States

The New England Philharmonic’s annual December family concert will bring literary characters Jay Gatsby and Tom Sawyer to musical life and enlists the children of Boston City Singers to help tell the story of Elijah’s Angel. The concert will also feature a performance from the winner of NEP’s 30th Annual Young Artist Competition Winner.

December 13, 2015 – 3pm │ Annual Family Concert – Musical Characters
• John Harbison│ “Remembering Gatsby”
• George Antheil │“Tom Sawyer Overture”
• Concerto to be performed by NEP’s Young Artist Competition Winner (to be announced)
• Rob Kapilow │“Elijah’s Angel” │David Kravitz, baritone; Dana Whiteside, baritone; Boston City Singers, Jane Money, Director