It doesn’t get much better for father and sons than when these virtuosos give their superb all for the Bach clan..
Chameleon Arts Ensemble
Had they not had interesting and flourishing careers already in place, Elizabeth Schumann and Gloria Chien could give many full-time piano duos a run for their money.
Chameleon Arts Ensemble’s rather lengthy program was like a huge feast, ending with the sumptuous Saint-Saëns’ Sonata No. 1 in d minor.
The last Chameleon Arts Ensemble performance of this season, “mystic moons and dream music,” promised much, with three famed masterpieces by Debussy, Stravinsky, and Schoenberg.
The highlights of the month include appearances by star performers Joshua Bell, Stefan Jackiw, Jorge Luis Prats, and Arabella Steinbacher.
Chameleon Arts Ensemble’s program, “into unison with romantic spirit,” contained more rarities than many chamber music groups perform in a season.
This month I am simply listing concerts I expect will be great. My pick of the month is the Boston debut of a new Flute, Viola, and Harp trio, starring instrumental superstars Marina Piccinini, Kim Kashkashian, and Sivan Magen.
Ms. Bolden’s goal of evoking wintry climes was achieved because of her choice of pieces and musicians, who performed these compositions so well.
February feels like the ‘New November’: concerts of real interest during the weekdays and too many great concerts during the weekends.
Accomplished performers coming to New England this month include baritone Sanford Sylvan in Paul Hindemith’s rarely staged opera Cardillac, the highly praised young violinist Noé Inui, and the ensemble Il Giardino Armonico, which will present an evening of music by Venetian Baroque masters. By Susan Miron. February 4 and 11: Celebration of the bicentennial of […]