For this fall’s "What I Hear" event, Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer Caroline Shaw curates a program of chamber music in connection with the BSO's performance of her Punctum later that evening. New England Conservatory musicians perform her string quartets Valencia and Entr’acte, plus her works Aurora Borealis and Gustave Le Gray, along with selections from the string quartet of Maurice Ravel. BSO Assistant Artistic Administrator Eric Valliere moderates a conversation with the composer.
Caroline SHAW Valencia, for string quartet SHAW Gustave Le Gray, for piano SHAW Aurora Borealis, for soprano and piano RAVEL String Quartet in F (movements I & II) SHAW Entr’acte, for string quartet
NEC has separate health and safety protocols.Read more information on their COVID policies.This concert does not require a ticket. Unreserved seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the concert's start time.