Thursdays at 7 pm
NOVEMBER 12, 2015
Featured visual artist David Wells Roth, painter
Trilogy for piano and improvising bass and drums by John Zorn
Selections of Songs for voice and double bass TBD by Kirsten Lamb
Original compositions from the album Sleeping In a Tree by David Gopoian
Kirsten Lamb, vocals and double bass; Sarah Bob, piano; Aaron Trant, drums; David Gopoian, vocals, Mat King, piano.
FEBRUARY 04, 2016
Featured visual artist, Jeffrey Means, photographer
Featuring performances by Gabriela Diaz, violin; Sarah Bob, piano, keytar player Danny Satori, and Transient Canvas (Amy Advocat, bass clarinet; Matt Sharrock, marimba), with a world premiere by Aaron Trant and more.
This concert is the first event of our annual 3 day long Young Composers Festival in collaboration with the Community Music Center of Boston
MAY 12, 2016
Featured visual artist, Deb Todd Wheeler
World premiere work by David Cucchiara for flute, cello, and piano
World premiere work by Marti Epstein for mezzo soprano, baritone, flute, and cello
World premiere work for solo piano by Roshanne Etezady
and more with performances by Jessi Rosinski, flute; Nicole Cariglia, cello; Sarah Bob, piano; mezzo soprano Carrie Cheron; baritone Brian Church
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.
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
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.