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Check back soon for information about our 2020-2021 Season. We are working tirelessly behind the scenes to continue to bring our unique concert experiences to our audiences while the state works on re-opening. Stay tuned for updates!

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Recent Performances

February 8, 2020: Dreams and Visions

7:30pm, First Church (66 Marlborough St) Boston

Music exploring the world of mind - hopes, dreams, visions - a benefit concert for Project Pacer.

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Lauridsen - Sure on this Shining Night from Nocturnes
Valentino - Dream of a Blessed Spirit from Yeats Songs
Fauré - Apres un Reve 
Arbo/Valentino - Crossing the Bar (world premiere)
Wagner - Traume from Wesendonck lieder
Riley - Sunrise of the Planetary Dream Collector
Elgar - Finale from The Dream of Gerontius

Mahler - Der trunkene im Fruhling from Das Lied von der Erde
Brahms - Schicksalslied
Liszt - Nuages Gris from Transcendental Etudes
Prokofiev - Excerpts from Visions Fugitives (arr. Valentino)
Vaughan Williams - Toward the Unknown Regions
Thomas - I Dream a World

September 7, 2019: American Milestones

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2019 marks the anniversaries of numerous events in American history, from the founding of Jamestown and the Bill of Rights through to the Moon landing and the Internet. In honor of these milestones we present an all-American program, with many works celebrating these events or works that are milestones in themselves.

Chadwick: The Pilgrims
Belcher: The Power of Music
Pachelbel, C: Magnificat
Hewitt: Star Spangled Banner 
Paine: Centennial Hymn 
Beach: The Chambered Nautilus
Ives: Fugue in Four Keys 
Ives: The Circus Band 
Ives: Country Band March
Thompson: God’s Bottles from Americana
Grofe: On the Trail from Grand Canyon Suite
Copland: Quiet City
Bates: From the Book of Matthew from Sirens
MacDowell: Excerpts from New England op 62 
Dvorak: The American Flag
Joplin: Excerpts from Treemonisha


"I get to participate in music with Calliope that I may only have
one opportunity in a lifetime to play."

- Frank Kumiega, Percussionist