What I Hear
Session featuring composer Kaija Saariaho
at NEC's Brown Hall
Boston Symphony Orchestra
A collaboration between the Boston Symphony Orchestra and New England Conservatory, "What I Hear" is a series of free hour-long events meant to introduce audiences to composers working with the BSO. These composer-curated chamber music programs feature performances by NEC students and include conversations between the composers and BSO Assistant Artistic Administrator Eric Valliere.
For this season's second "What I Hear" event, distinguished composer Kaija Saariaho curates a program of chamber music in connection with the BSO's performance of her Ciel d’hiver later that evening. New England Conservatory musicians perform her works Serenatas and Je sens un deuxième cœur, along with J.S. Bach’s Trio Sonata in G, BWV 1039. BSO Assistant Artistic Administrator Eric Valliere moderates a conversation with the composer.
All events take place at 6pm at New England Conservatory's Brown Hall
Admission to this activity at NEC is free. To RSVP, reserve your free ticket online.