MOZART, MENDELSSOHN, MILHAUD
Join us for our next event, Strings in Aliterration, featuring the rarely performed MIlhaud String Quartet No. 1, Op. 5.
Thursday, January 10, 2019, 7:30pm.
Third Life Studio, 33 Union Square
Somerville, MA 02143
Suggested Donation $10
Strings and Keys
Roussel's Elpénor, with special guest,
flutist Ona Jonaityte, and more...
Join us for a special event celebrating music for flute and string quartet.
Thursday, May 10, 2018, 7:30pm
Concert Room, New School of Music
25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA
ONA JONAITYTE is recognized for her “exceptional talent, poise and drive, as well as technical achievement and the ability to communicate devotion to flute music through performance".
Currently, she is piccolo player with the Indian Hill Symphony and a member of Vento Chiaro Woodwind Quintet. She has performed with various orchestras, including
Boston Symphony, Detroit Symphony, New World Symphony, Lexington Symphony and Boston Lyric Opera.
Since 2009 Jonaityte has been teaching and performing at The Boston University Tanglewood Institute. She is a President of the James Pappoutsakis Memorial Flute Fund.
STRINGS AND HAWTHORNES
Dvorak's "American" Quartet and the music of David Hawthorne
Join us for a special event celebrating music and friendship.
Thursday, November 9, 2017, at 7:00pm.
Third Life Studio, 33 Union Square, Somerville, MA.
Born in that noted cradle of culture, Plainfield, New Jersey, David Hawthorne studied violin from a young age with only modest distinction. After a brief try at the study of engineering, he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston to study jazz guitar and film scoring. Some years later, Hawthorne continued his studies at New England Conservatory, achieving Masters degrees in Performance and Composition. His principle teachers have been Mick Goodrick, Bob Moses, Wm. T. McKinley, John LaPorta, and Stephane Thomachot. He has composed for diverse ensembles in a variety of idioms, and has performed and taught extensively in the USA and Germany. He currently freelances as a performer in the Boston area and enjoys success as a maker of bows for stringed instruments.
Strings and Words
Mendelssohn, Debussy, and the Poetry of Scott Challener
Join us for a special event celebrating the interconnection between music and poetry.
Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 7pm.
The Green Room, 62 Bow St, Somerville, MA.
Scott Challener was born in Pennsylvania in 1979 and received a BA from the University of Rochester and an MFA in the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College. Currently, he is a doctoral candidate in English at Rutgers University, and a lecturer in Boston University’s writing program. Challener is a recipient of a 2016 Massachusetts Cultural Council Individual Artist Fellowship. His poems have appeared in Lana Turner Journal, Pangyrus, Gulf Coast, The Rumpus, Mississippi Review, and elsewhere.