Here’s a quick post to let you know what we have lined up so far and when, so you can start marking your calendar. Â Looks like it is going to be a busy season, but we’ve only nailed down a few dates so far, so here goes.
Sunday, October 6
2pm – There’s a string quartet benefit concert in the sanctuary. Â More details to follow.
Also, Sunday, October 6, 7:00pm
Flutes nâ€™ More: A Classical Music Recital
Local musicians present a free one-hour recital of works for flute and chamber ensemble. Featuring flute duets ranging from virtuosic (Dopplerâ€™s â€śAndante & Rondoâ€ť) to contemplative (a work by Israeli-American composer Shalumit Ran), a cheery Haydn â€śLondon Trioâ€ť for two flutes and cello, a vocal solo, and flute selections including Burtonâ€™s charming â€śSonatina.â€ť
Ellen Rakatansky, flute
Alison LaRosa Montez, flute
Victor Troll, piano
Anne Collins, cello & voice
FREE and open to the public! Reception to follow performance.
Then on Friday, November 1, 8pm:
Improvise, Hypothesize and Otherwise
The fourth show in this series featuring highly speculative music, dance and performance art will feature performances of highly speculative music, dance, performance art and spoken word. Â We have several performers lined up for this. Â More details to follow, but it will be a treat.
Saturday, November 2, 8pm in the gallery
An evening of instrumental improvisation not to be missed.
Nov 9thÂ (tentative date; note this is the Sat before Vetern’s Day)
“A Thanksgiving for Veterans”
Community event co-organized with the Nave Gallery, Volunteers of America and Somerville Homeless Coalition. Â Plans in the works, but the proposal is a potluck dinner with food provided by the Nave Gallery and Clarendon Hill Presybterian Church people (and/or donated from an area restaurant), followed by a concert in the sanctuary. Â Stay tuned for more details!