Chamber Music Series
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September 16, 2012
3:00PM Children’s Sampler, Tickets: $10 per family
4:00PM Concert, Tickets: $20 per person
Alcyon Chamber Ensemble’s sixth season of concerts opens at the PCA with music by Vaughan Williams, Dvorak “Dumky” Trio, and a world premier by ACE’s student competition winner, Sidney Richardson.
A 30-minute “Children’s Sampler” for families with young children will precede the concert. ACE is a mixed-instrumentation ensemble (clarinet, horn, piano and strings) of musicians devoted to presenting live chamber music in community settings. The educational arm of the ensemble, Alcyon Chamber Music Institute offers private instrumental instruction and chamber music coaching in Westford
March 10, 2013, 3:00PM
Tickets: $15 for PCA Members, $20 for non-members, under age 18 Free
“Tuned in to Mozart” – Alcyon Chamber Ensemble’s spring concert focuses on that great explorer of the range of human emotion – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart’s gift of musical transcendence melts barriers and brings us closer together. Sarah Steinhardt, piano; Shufang Du, violin; Shannon Snapp, cello. Reception following the concert. Children welcome.
October 14, 2012
3:00PM Adults: $10 per person; Kids admitted free
The Berklee Chamber Players is a group of versatile Berklee faculty committed to the art and craft of chamber music that honors the past, present and future. In addition to the time-honored compositions of classical music, this ensemble’s repertoire includes original compositions by Berklee faculty, contemporary chamber music from around the globe, and contemporary genres incorporating the innovations of electronic sound design. Founded by String Department Chair Melissa Howe, the BCP showcases the vital and innovative classical music scene at Berklee.
Friday, Feb. 1, 2013
7:00 p.m. Tickets: $10, students free
Please join us for a chamber music concert featuring piano, violin, voice, and flutes by the Resonance Chamber Music ensemble. The concert will include works by Dvorak, Bolling, Beethoven, Puccini, and Liszt. For more information contact Sue Hurwitz at Sue.Hurwitz@comcast.net.