Composer and sound designer Elisabet Curbelo, Urban Jazz Dance Company, poetry of Federico García Lorca, and American Sign Language (ASL) met at Mosesian Center for the Arts Sunday in “Ululations and Gurgles of the Invisible,” a fairytale music-making and dance along with artistic sign language, projections, motion sensor technology, and sound engineering that went by timelessly.
2023 Fou-Ts’ong International Competition winner, pianist Che Li, a Chinese-born recent graduate from New England Conservatory of Music, joined conductor Channing Yu and the Mercury Orchestra at Jordan Hall for the 1879 version of the Tchaikovsky’s First Piano concerto Saturday night in the stimulating final concert of the Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts’s 2023 summer festival.
Trio Oko’s first public performance, on August 21st at the Scandinavian Cultural Center in Newton, revealed three accomplished individuals playing as a seamless ensemble.
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Yukiko Sekino performed Debussy, Scriabin, Beethoven and Ravel in the 11th recital of the 2023 concert series for Chinese Performing Arts at Williams Hall this Monday. The Gold Medalist of the 2006 Russian Music Piano Competition and a soloist numbers appearances with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, among her countless noteworthy achievements. Beyond creating music, one
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Sunday’s guest, the Catalyst Quartet, has performed at the Maverick’s rustic “music chapel” a number of times. On this occasion cellist Gabriel Cabezas joined them for a concert that began with Bach’s Suite for Solo Cello No. 3 in C Major (BWV 1009), a foolproof curtain raiser in a tangibly heartfelt performance of a gloriously
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Ensemble Altera shone forth brightly from Providence, Rhode Island’s Blessed Sacrament Church Sunday afternoon. Under Christopher Lowrey, the ensemble blended effervescently in the sumptuous acoustic.
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In Saturday night’s concert at the Koussevitzky Shed Leonidas Kavakos joined Nelsons in a stunning interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto followed by. Prokofiev’s massive Symphony No. 5.
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The broadly repertoired, and competition-honed pianist Han Chen made last night’s selections at Williams Hall feel like inevitable concertmates.
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