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Boston Symphony Orchestra

Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

The BSO’s principal players and special guests present a program of chamber works exploring themes of cultural and musical identity. The concert will include spoken introductions by composers, as well as a post-performance discussion.

Festival: Voices of Loss, Reckoning, and Hope is supported by the generosity of the Elinor V. Crawford Living Trust, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation.

with BSO members Associate Principal Flute Elizabeth Klein, violinist Lucia Lin, and cellist Alexandre Lecarme
and Jorge Soto, conductor
Charles Overton, harp
Joy Cline Phinney, piano

KAY Sonata for bassoon and piano
Michael-Thomas FOUMAI Printing Kapa and Defending Kalo, for harp and violi
James Lee III Chôro sem tristeza for flute solo
Jessie MONTGOMERY Sgt. McCauley for winds and strings

This is a free, ticketed event.

A woman with dirty-blonde hair plays the flute, with other flutists playing next to her

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