Fenway Chamber Concerts at NEU
BSO Community Chamber Music Series at Northeastern University
77 St Stephen St
Boston, MA 02115
The BSO's Community Chamber Music Series at Northeastern University invites Boston-based audiences to attend community concerts just down the street from Symphony Hall, taking advantage of the Fenway Center's outstanding acoustics and location. Students and faculty in the Music Department at Northeastern's College of Arts, Media and Design take an active role in the concert series by leading pre-concert talks, providing program notes, and handling the behind-the-scenes work such as recording the performance for archival purposes. The series is part of ongoing BSO efforts to involve both students and members of the local community.
Upcoming 2019/20 Fenway Center Community Chamber Concerts
Free admission, reservations required.
Please reserve only the number of tickets you know you will be able to use.
If you cannot use your tickets for any reason, please return them to the BSO by calling the BSO Symphony Charge at (617) 266-1200 before the date of the scheduled performance. An unused ticket means a missed opportunity for another patron, so we ask you to be mindful with the number of tickets you reserve.
GRIEG String Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op. 27 (33’)
Oleg PONOMAREV Polonez (8’)
Milan BÁCHOREK Concerto Fantasia, for cimbalom and string quartet (9’)
Arr. BEWICK Selection of Norwegian Folk Tunes (8’)
Bonnie Bewick & Ala Jojatu, violin; Rebekah Edewards, viola; Mickey Katz, cello;
Lawrence Wolfe, bass; Ken Bewick, guitar; Nicholas Tolle, cimbalom
Gabriela Lena FRANK Kanto Kechua No. 2 (5’)
HAYDN String Quartet in D, Op. 76, No. 2(20’)
DVOŘÁK String Quartet No. 11 in C, Op. 61 (30’)
Stephan KONCZ A New Satiesfaction (feat. Gymnopédie No. 1) (5’)
Lucia Lin & Julianne Lee, violin; Rebecca Gitter, viola; Owen Young, cello
Doug BALLIETT Beast Fight (10’)
Katherine BALCH Kalesa Ed Kaluca, for seven double basses(10’)
FRANÇAIX Duo Baroque (18’)
BARTÓK Duos for two violins (selections, for double basses) (15’)
Eric Finbarr Carey, tenor; Charles Overton, harp;
Benjamin Levy, Dennis Roy, Lawrence Wolfe, John Stovall, Todd Seeber, Thomas Van Dyck, Carl Anderson, double bass