concert is free
but donations will be accepted
Sunday, February 28, 4 pm
free online concert
ensemble132 is an East Coast-based chamber music collective of the country’s most outstanding young artists. United by their talent, depth of artistry, and collaboration on imaginative and innovative projects, the group presents annual concert tours featuring their own exciting, original transcriptions of classical masterworks, paired with staples of the traditional chamber music repertoire.
Clara Schumann - Three Romances, Op. 22
Schumann/Hong - Carnaval, Op. 9
(original arrangement for piano quartet)
Brahms - Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor, Op. 60
Stephanie Zyzak, violin
Zhanbo Zheng, viola
Zachary Mowitz, cello
Sahun Hong, piano
Sunday, March 28, 4:00 pm
free online concert
Acclaimed for its “bold interpretive strength, robust characterization and commanding resonance” (Calgary Herald), the Verona Quartet has spellbound audiences worldwide, unlocking the secrets of the music through the “intimate way they communicate with each other and the audience.” (Boston Arts Fuse)
Stravinsky: Concertino for String Quartet
Reena Esmail: String Quartet
Beethoven: String Quartet Op. 131
Sunday, May 16, 4 pm
Most Loved Solo Instrumental MusicAll Saints Church, 209 Ashmont Street, Dorchester
This will be a hybrid presentation. The concert will be live in the church for a limited audience as well as available online.
Suite No. 4 in E-flat major, BWV 1010, Shirley Hunt, baroque cello
Suite No. 5 in G major, BWV 816, Frances Conover Fitch, harpsichord
Trio Sonata No. 4 in E minor, BWV 528, Andrew Sheranian, organ
Fugue in G minor, BWV 578, Andrew Sheranian, organ
Tickets: Adult: $25; Student: $18; EBT Card Holder: $3, children under 17 free.
Sunday, June 6, 4 pm
Hub New Music
Peabody Hall, All Saints Church, 209 Ashmont Street, Dorchester
This will be a hybrid presentation. The concert will be live in Peabody Hall for a limited audience and also available online.
Paintings of the abstract expressionist artist Hans Hofmann serve as inspiration for this program of evocative, hyper-emotional, and at times surreal works. Composer Michael Ippolito’s Capriccio is directly inspired by Hofmann, whose paintings epitomize the visceral, spontaneous, and rebellious spirit of abstract expressionism. The specific Hofmann paintings Ippolito draws from are Lonely Journey, Pénombres du soir, Bacchanale, and Phantasmagoria. Additional works written for Hub New Music by Carlos Simon and Christopher Cerrone further immerse audiences in otherworldly listening experiences.
Tickets: Adult: $25; Student: $18; EBT Card Holder: $3, children under 17 free
Christopher Cerrone, New Adresses *
Michael Ippolito, Capriccio
Carlos Simon, Requiem for the Enslaved
*Ashmont Hill Chamber Music is a