Four flutists dedicated to reimagining the flute quartet as a serious performing ensemble through developing the repertoire, creatively engaging audiences in person and online, and presenting educational programs. We live in three different cities and come together for 2 or 3 tours per year, with online rehearsals in between.
A Boston-based flute and piano duo exploring the intersection of performance and teaching artistry. We present recitals, interactive concerts, and performances in nontradtional venues. We design workshops for students in K-12, grad students, families, and seniors which foster deeper audience engagement.
Weronika Balewski, flute
Elizabeth Chladil, piano
Robin Rhodes, bass
How can older classical music provide a window into contemporary music? This concert links music from as early as the Medieval Period to contemporary composer Gyorgy Kurtag's Bagatelles, a series of six miniatures. To unfold the musical traits of the miniatures, we've paired each miniature with an earlier piece by composers such as Bach and Debussy.
The Meaning of Life: A Musical Debate
Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 4:30pm
736 Commonwealth Ave, Boston
Consider the answer's to life's persistent questions through short vocal and instrumental pieces by a range of European Baroque masters, including Lambert, Vivaldi, Purcell, and other French, German, and Italian composers. Bring your friends, and enjoy coffee, tea, and refreshments during the concert.
We are delighted to present this performance as part of the Fringe Series at the Boston Early Music Festival and as a Groupmuse event. Thank you to Pavement Coffeehouse for hosting us!
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