NOV 20th: Why Patterns?

NOV 20th: Why Patterns?

[nec]shivaree’s first concert of 2017-18 features Morton Feldman’s monolithic Why Patterns?, a nearly half-hour exploration for flute, piano, and glockenspiel. Program:...

2017 - 2018 Season Overview

2017 – 2018 Season Overview

All concerts are free unless otherwise noted!   Monday, September 25th NEC’s Jordan Hall, 7:30pm featuring guest artist Pablo Gomez Cano! also featuring works by local c...

MAR 8th: Music & Theater of Peter Maxwell Davies

MAR 8th: Music & Theater of Peter Maxwell Davies

Concert program: Peter Maxwell Davies:  Eight Songs for a Mad King Peter Maxwell Davies:  Miss Donnithorne’s Maggot...

SEPT 25th: Season Opener with Pablo Gomez Cano

SEPT 25th: Season Opener with Pablo Gomez Cano

Concert Program: Luca Francesconi, A Fuoco Paul Elwood, Émissions Transparent US premiere performance Alvin Lucier, Braid written for Callithumpian Consort Marti Epstein, liquid, ...

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NOV 20th: Why Patterns?
Nov 1, 2017 | Read →

[nec]shivaree’s first concert of 2017-18 features Morton Feldman’s monolithic Why Patterns?, a nearly half-hour exploration for flute, piano, and glockenspiel. Program:...

2017 – 2018 Season Overview
Oct 5, 2017 | Read →

All concerts are free unless otherwise noted!   Monday, September 25th NEC’s Jordan Hall, 7:30pm featuring guest artist Pablo Gomez Cano! also featuring works by local c...

MAR 8th: Music & Theater of Peter Maxwell Davies
Sep 27, 2017 | Read →

Concert program: Peter Maxwell Davies:  Eight Songs for a Mad King Peter Maxwell Davies:  Miss Donnithorne’s Maggot...

SEPT 25th: Season Opener with Pablo Gomez Cano
Sep 3, 2017 | Read →

Concert Program: Luca Francesconi, A Fuoco Paul Elwood, Émissions Transparent US premiere performance Alvin Lucier, Braid written for Callithumpian Consort Marti Epstein, liquid, ...

DEC 13th: Piano Phase
Aug 31, 2017 | Read →

Featuring Steve Reich’s Piano Phase and more works TBA!...


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