−EMMANUEL MUSIC’S Beethoven Chamber Series, Year IV, Concert III @ 15 Newbury Street4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Beethoven Chamber Series, Year IV (final year) – Concert III Emmanuel Music concludes their four-year survey of Beethoven’s chamber works.
Concert III: March 16, 2014
- Octet for oboes, clarinets, horns, and bassoons in E-flat Major, op. 103
- Rondo for Wind Octet, WoO 25
- Violin Sonata No. 5 in F Major, op. 24, Spring
Peggy Pearson, oboe Jane Harrison, oboe Eran Egozy, clarinet Bruce Creditor, clarinet Tom Stephenson, bassoon Adrian Jojatu, bassoon Whitacre Hill, horn Leslie Amper, piano Danielle Maddon, violin Lynn Nowells, cello Roberta Anderson, soprano Krista River, mezzo-soprano Charles Blandy, tenor Paul Guttry, bass
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Special Post-concert Dinner Package+4:00 pmEMMANUEL MUSIC’S Beethoven Chamber Series, Year IV, Concert III @ 15 Newbury Street
−LONGY SCHOOL OF MUSIC’S SIDE BY SIDE GALA CELEBRATION @ MIT Kresge Auditorium4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Longy School of Music’s Side By Side Gala Celebration on March 22, 2014 begins with Gustavo Dudamel, award-winning Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducting the Longy Side by Side orchestra in an open rehearsal of excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony at MIT’s Kresge Auditorium. Directly after the performance cocktails will be served in the adjacent ballroom.
Sistema Side by Side, a new music program offered free of charge to participants, creates a different kind of orchestra – one where you will see a conservatory graduate student and a grade school student sharing a music stand in performance. One where students from communities across Massachusetts come together throughout the year for a series of intensive rehearsals and performances, creating community through playing music together, and working through differences in the pursuit of a common musical goal.
The orchestra comprises 50 children from Sistema programs in Massachusetts, members of the Longy Conservatory Orchestra, and, as special guests for this date only, 10 musicians from Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA) – the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s initiative inspired by Music Director Gustavo Dudamel’s artistic vision and experience in Venezuela’s El Sistema.
Gustavo Dudamel has been featured on 60 Minutes and is internationally recognized as the star musician/conductor to come up through the El Sistema model. The video below is of Dudamel leading an open rehearsal in London last spring and shows the kind of inspirational performance to expect when he conducts the Sistema Side by Side orchestra in March.+4:00 pmLONGY SCHOOL OF MUSIC’S SIDE BY SIDE GALA CELEBRATION @ MIT Kresge Auditorium
−EMMANUEL MUSIC’S Beethoven Chamber Series, Year IV, Concert IV @ 15 Newbury Street4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
- Violin Sonata No. 10 in G Major, op. 96, “The Cockrow”
- Cello Sonata No. 3 in A Major, op. 69
- Piano Trio No. 7 in B-flat Major, op. 97, “Archduke”
CONTACT DAYLA ARABELLA SANTURRI FOR ALL MEDIA REQUESTS
Special Post-concert Dinner Package+4:00 pmEMMANUEL MUSIC’S Beethoven Chamber Series, Year IV, Concert IV @ 15 Newbury Street
−BWME’s Live & Learn Series: Protect Your Work & Career @ Rich May & Associates6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Protect Your Work & Career! | April 1, 2014
Protect your work and your career! Don’t get fooled by signing a contract that’s going to come back to haunt you. This April Fool’s Day we’re teaming up with Jim Grace, attorney and Executive Director of the Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston and Mary Landergan, BWME member and legal counsel at the law offices of Rich May in Boston, specializing in entertainment, trademark and copyright issues. Together, Jim and Mary will teach you everything you need to protect your work and sharpen your negotiation skills. We’ll have time for networking and light refreshments right after the presentation. Register Now+6:00 pmBWME’s Live & Learn Series: Protect Your Work & Career @ Rich May & Associates
−EMMANUEL MUSIC Handel’s Susanna – Boston Premiere @ 15 Newbury Street7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Emmanuel Music Presents the Boston Premiere of Handel’s Susanna
Emmanuel Music under the direction of Ryan Turner, presents the Boston premiere of Handel’s oratorio Susanna. This late work, composed two years before Handel’s death, tells the story of Susanna and the Elders, a tale of faith, virtue, and justice. This allegory of the chaste matron, the corrupt judges, and the boy prophet Daniel who exposes their hypocrisy, symbolizes God’s protection of his faithful in adversity. Handel’s orchestral writing teems with natural phenomena: birds, beasts, breezes, floods, and of course, the rich inner world of its virtuous steadfast heroine.
Special Pre-Concert Dinner PackageOn every concert date, the neighboring 4-Star Taj Boston Café will be serving a 3-course dinner for $38 per person for Emmanuel concert ticket holders only. Click here for menu and more info.
CONTACT DAYLA ARABELLA SANTURRI FOR ALL MEDIA REQUESTS Dayla@DaylaArabella.com 781-479-6951+7:30 pmEMMANUEL MUSIC Handel’s Susanna – Boston Premiere @ 15 Newbury Street
−THE NEW ENGLAND PHILHARMONIC: Firsts & Fantasies @ Tsai Performance Center8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
FIRSTS & FANTASIES
The New England Philharmonic, under the direction of Richard Pittman, concludes its 37th season with an NEP commission and world premiere of Composer in Residence David Rakowski’s Dance Episode. The evening also features the Boston premiere of NEP Composer Laureate Gunther Schuller’s Dramatic Overture. Pianist Steven Drury will perform on Roy Harris’Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra.
World premiere, NEP commission
Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra
Steven Drury, soloist
Symphony no. 7FOR MEDIA REQUESTS CONTACT DAYLA ARABELLA SANTURRI Dayla@DaylaArabella.com 781.479.6951+8:00 pmTHE NEW ENGLAND PHILHARMONIC: Firsts & Fantasies @ Tsai Performance Center
−BOSTON WOMEN IN MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT-June Networking Event @ Revere Hotel6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
BWME ‘hits the roof’ with our next networking event featuring WCVB’s Bianca de la Garza, who is about to launch her own show “Bianca Unanchored.” Join your hosts for the evening, BWME Co-Founders Dayla Arabella Santurri and Candy O’Terry at our ‘Cabana studio’ on the roof deck of the beautiful Revere hotel. Network and make connections…get inspired…and learn something you never knew before! That’s what BWME is all about.
This event is FREE for our members only who are encouraged to bring 1 guest. If you’d like to join us and you aren’t a member yet, contact Dayla@bwme.org
+6:00 pmBOSTON WOMEN IN MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT-June Networking Event @ Revere Hotel
−James F. Farr Academy 23rd Annual Golf Tournament @ Indian Point Country Club8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Join me and my friends from Boston Women in Media & Entertainment at the 23rd Annual James F. Farr Academy Golf Tournament on June 3, 2014 – at the championship golf course at Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston, Ma. This event is fun for golfers of all levels and includes great prizes, continental breakfast and awards luncheon, and best of all the proceeds go to a great cause.
James F. Farr Academy is a non-profit organization founded in 1972, which operates four programs: Farr Academy in Cambridge Ma, which serves as a therapeutic day school for students in grades 7 – 12 with a range of emotional and learning problems; Agape Inn in Holbrook, Ma, a home for children and young adults with developmental delays and autism the Brookline Infant Toddler Center, a preschool in the Auburndale section of Newton, for children from 3 months to 5 years of age; and the Children’s Center of Wakefield, a preschool for children from 3 months to 5 years of age.
This year, the proceeds from the 23rd Annual Farr Academy Golf Tournament will support special projects at all 4 of these facilities. Please check out www.farrinc.org for more information on the tournament and to learn more about each organization.
When you reserve your spot, let me know, I’ll have a special gift for you at the tournament!+8:00 amJames F. Farr Academy 23rd Annual Golf Tournament @ Indian Point Country Club