Saturday, November 2, 8:00 pm
Most assuredly not your average wind quintet! Prepare yourselves to be astonished and delighted.
These upstart, revolutionary musicians, trained at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, bring a fresh and theatrical approach to classical music. Their programming is energetic and unconventional. They do not just use their instruments; they use movement to occupy the entire stage in order to interpret the various pieces. This quintet of oboe, horn, flute, bassoon and clarinet will delight you with their performance.
Sunday, March 9, 2014, 4:00 pm
Alyona Aksyonova, piano and James Waldo, cello, are a gifted husband and wife duo, who have brought tears to many members of their audience with the intensity and brilliance of their performances. They transform chamber music with their interpretations of Rachmaninoff, Beethoven, Saint-Saens, Carter, and more, infusing it with tenderness and richness. Their repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the present-day.
Saturday, April 26, 8:00 pm
The Harvard Krokodiloes. Need we say more! This legendary group of talented young man will delight you with their repertoire of over 300 songs, ranging from jazz and swing standards of the Golden Age of American music, traditional airs and ballads to fifties and sixties popular numbers. Many of their songs are punctuated with the Kroks’ signature choreography, as well as their collegiate wit and humor. Be prepared to sway to Rockin’ Robin, reminisce to Georgia on my Mind, tap your feet to Take the A Train or be transported by Jerusalem.