Dear Boston Culture Lovers,
Please only reserve "yes" if you are definitely attending and planning to meet the group.
I will be reconfirming attendance a day or two before this event so I know who to expect on the day of the event.
The performance starts at 8pm, I have set the meeting time at 7:30pm at the lobby and then get in line as a group.
This is a popular event and I expect lines.
If you are late, I can not guarantee that you wil be able to recognize the group, so please plan ahead.
If you are parking, please anticipate difficulty in finding street parking. Please visit the NEC web site for parking and direction details.(see link below)
Also, I would be able to meet people at the Au Bon Pain around the corner, please me know if you are interest. Last time, we had a lot fun and interesting conversations. It would be nice to repeat the fun.
I look forward to meeting and sharing in this special event with you.
NEC's most popular chamber music series, curated by cellist Laurence Lesser, President Emeritus and Walter W. Naumburg Chair in Music, features faculty, alumni, students and friends. This year's season spotlights some significant composer birthdays plus works inspired by national, folk or vernacular idioms. Performers whose names are followed by an asterisk are NEC alumni,
Jean-Marie Leclair: Sonata for two violins
Miriam Fried, Paul Biss, violins (in photo)
Béla Bartók:Concerto for two pianos and percussion
Hung Kuan Chen*, Tema Blackstone,pianos
Dan Bauch*, Craig McNutt*, percussion
César Franck:Quintet in f minor
Miriam Fried, Paul Biss,violins
Alexander Korsantia, piano