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Upcoming Events

Event 1
NOVEMBER 6, 2014:
Nature vs. Technology
Featured visual artist John Hirsch, photographer

John Hirsch Strange Energy by Delvyn Case, Dodo by John Mallia, The Clarity of Cold Air by Jonathan Bailey Holland, Among the Fireflies by Elainie Lillios, Flight-Elegy by Jonathan Harvey, the world premiere of Amnesia: Remembered (for Lee)  by Daniel Felsenfeld  and more with performances by conductor/composer Delvyn Case, flutist Sarah Brady, clarinetist Gary Gorczyca, violinist Gabriela Diaz, cellist David Russell, pianist Sarah Bob, and percussionist Aaron Trant.

Event 2
JANUARY 29, 2015:
Color Sweep: First event of our annual 3 day long Young Composers Festival in collaboration with the Community Music Center of Boston
"Windy Day" by Suzy MardenFeatured visual artist Suzy Marden

Violin Sonata op. 7 (1st movement – Allegro) and  À la récherche de “La Marseillaise” de Stravinsky for Violin op. 134 by Dan Dediu, Violin and Piano Sonata for Irina Muresanu and Sarah Bob by Elena Ruehr, Our Love is Easy by Melody Gardot, It’s Still Called the Blues by Buddy Guy, Foli Damou by Boulo Valcourt, Second Thought by Fritz Hauser, Shi by Alexandre Lunsqui and Gather by Keeril Makan with performances by singer Claudia Eliaza, violinist Irina Muresanu, pianists Sarah Bob and Maxim Lubarsky, drummer Aaron Trant, bassist Dave Landoni and percussion group extraordinaire, Trio Okho: Jeffrey Means, Nick Tolle and Mike Williams.

Event 3
MAY 14, 2015:
Rite of Spring Extravaganza from prehistoric jazz to the avant garde!"Modern Dancer 1" by Clyde Bango
Featured visual artist Clyde Bango, wire artist

kiss to the earth by Amy Beth Kirsten
Mind the Gap #18 for Sarah Bob (world premiere) by David Rakowski
Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring by Eric Hofbauer
Performances by the Calyx Piano Trio, pianist Sarah Bob, and The Eric Hofbauer Quintet.

Our New Gallery Concert Series 15th season finale is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administrated by the Mayor’s Office of Arts, Tourism, and Special Events.

Unless noted, TICKET PRICES for each event are:

$20 – adults
$15 – students, seniors and children
Free for members of the CMCB community
Tickets may be purchased at the door.

The Community Music Center of Boston
34 Warren Avenue, Boston, MA 02116
between Berkeley and Clarendon Streets,
one block north of Tremont
(617) 254-4133

By public transportation:
Take the Orange line T to the Back Bay/South End station or the Green Line to the Copley station, go south onto Clarendon Street, and then turn left onto Warren Avenue. The Community Music Center of Boston is located at the end of the block on your right.