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New Venues, New Times!

Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Cambridge Art Association / New School of Music,
and a residency at St. Cloud State University


Event #1
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2016 at 2:00PM
RED

CAMBRIDGE ART ASSOCIATION and the NEW SCHOOL OF MUSIC
25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA
Featuring visual artists of the Cambridge Art Association from a juried show TBA

Program includes:
King of the Sun for piano quartet by Stephen Hartke
Cresset Stone for unaccompanied cello by Hillary Tann
Amerigo for violin and piano by Stephanie Ann Boyd
WORLD PREMIERE original compositions based on the theme of red by the Twins of El Dorado

with violinist Katherine Winterstein, violist Stephanie Fong, cellist Rafael Popper-Keizer,
pianist Sarah Bob, and the  Brooklyn based voice and trumpet duo, the Twins of El Dorado,
vocalist Kristin Slipp and trumpeter Joe Moffett
Co-sponsored by the Cambridge Art Association and the New School of Music


Event #2
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017 at 7:00pM
Revealing the Internal–Exploring the External

CAMBRIDGE ART ASSOCIATION and the NEW SCHOOL OF MUSIC
25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA
Featuring artwork by ceramic sculptor Elissa Freud, painters/multimedia artists Kay Hartung and Dayna Talbot

Program includes:
Avoidance Tactics #1
 for piano and percussion
and
Suite No. 1 from “Vestibulations for Solo Piano  WORLD PREMIERE  by Curtis K. Hughes
Parts for a Floating Space  by Lei Liang
medi+aTion by Emily Koh
and the BOSTON PREMIERE of Crónico
by our first annual composition competition winner, Vicente Hansen Atria

with saxophonist Philipp A. Staudlin, pianist Sarah Bob, and percussionist Aaron Trant
Co-sponsored by the Cambridge Art Association and the New School of Music


Event #3
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2017
St. Cloud State University Creative Art Series Residency
Convocation:
 Noon 
Percussion class:
  2:30pm
Performance:  7:30pm  Ruth Gant Recital Hall
St. Cloud, Minnesota

Featuring visual artist Peter Happel Christian with Nate Wooley, trumpet;  Sarah Bob, piano; composer and percussionist, Aaron Trant. 

“SHIFTS OF PERCEPTION”

Program includes:
Aquarius–*12*
  for solo piano by Eun Young Lee

Intimacy of Harmony for solo piano by Jonathan Bailey Holland

Improvisation for trumpet and percussion  based on tonight’s work by Peter Happel Christian  

Avoidance Tactics #1  for piano and percussion by Curtis K. Hughes

Clapping Music by Steve Reich

For Trumpet Player (excerpted for future premiere) by Christian Wolff

Mind the Gap #18 from Piano Preludes Book II
Wayo #51 from Piano Preludes Book VI
Ghepardo #48 from Piano Preludes Book V by David Rakowski

and the WORLD PREMIERE
Trio for trumpet, piano, and percussion by Aaron Trant


Event #4
SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2017 at 7:00PM
Heritage

CAMBRIDGE ART ASSOCIATION and the NEW SCHOOL OF MUSIC
25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA
Featuring paintings by Jeffrey Melzack and Jenny Olsen and photography by Astrid Reischwitz

Program includes:

Sonatina Nos. 5 for solo piano
by Pozzi Escot

Improvisations on traditional Jewish and American folk songs and selected pieces tba
by Eden MacAdam Somer

Chinese Folk Song Improvisations for erhu
by Shaw Pong Liu

WORLD PREMIERE:
Weft for solo violin
by Mischa Salkind-Peral

Rumi Settings for violin and viola
by Augusta Read Thomas

WORLD PREMIERE:
Never Has Been Yet for solo vocalizing pianist
by Shaw Pong Liu

with Eden Macadam-Somer, vocals/violin/viola;  Shaw Pong Liu, erhu/vocals/violin; Lilit Hartunian, violin; Ashe Gordon, viola;  and Sarah Bob, piano

Co-sponsored by the Cambridge Art Association and the New School of Music


 Event #5
THURSDAY, JUNE 8 at 6:00PM
SOUNDBITES SERIES

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON
465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA
FREE with price of museum admission
http://www.mfa.org/programs/music/building-with-light

featuring highlights from our 2016-2017 season with
pianist Sarah Bob and featuring violinist/composer Shaw Pong Liu, composers Curtis K. Hughes, Jonathan Bailey Holland, David Rakowski, and Arvo Part.


Unless noted, TICKET PRICES for each event are:

$20 – adults
$15 – students, seniors and children
Tickets may be purchased at the door.

ALL CAMBRIDGE ART ASSOCIATION and NEW SCHOOL OF MUSIC EVENTS
have free lot parking as well as free and metered street parking!

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The New Gallery Concert Series 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.