The John Kleshinski Concert Series
07:00 pm - 08:30 pm
Named in memory of John Kleshinski, former CMCB Board President and student, this series provides access to high-quality musical performances for all, aiming to present a diverse sampling of instruments and genres. Past performances have included The Piano Sonatas of George Walker played by Dr. Redi Llupa and Spanning the Centuries, three works by women composers.
The John Kleshinski Concert Series Presents Stephanie Lamprea
April 15, 7 PM
Join us on April 15, when CMCB Voice Faculty member Stephanie Lamprea presents Women Take The Floor, an evening of solo contemporary vocal music by female composers. This collection of works is curated from recordings made in a variety of settings before and during the pandemic, including in-person livestreaming at Roulette Intermedium in New York, COVID-safe recording sessions at The Record Co., in Stephanie’s bedroom apartment in Dorchester, and before the pandemic at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Lesley Mok: In Case Of Complete Reversal (2020)
Judith Bingham: Cathedral of Trees (1998)
Chaya Czernowin: Adiantum Capillus-Veneris I (Maidenhair fern I) (2015)
Rebecca Saunders: O (2017)
Tiange Zhou: Si (2019), for voice and handheld percussion
Katherine Balch: these intervals matter (2020), for voice, wine glasses and gravel
The John Kleshinski Concert Series Presents Francesca Anderegg
February 25, 7 PM
Lauded for her “exceptional performances” and “fiery interpretation,” violinist Francesca Anderegg delivers elegant and impassioned accounts of contemporary and classical music. She has collaborated with the leading musicians of the concert stage, including Itzhak Perlman, Pierre Boulez, and the musicians of the Ensemble Intercontemporain. She had her Carnegie Hall debut in 2008, and has appeared in all of New York’s major venues. She regularly performs with the Minnesota Orchestra, and throughout the United States and South America as a soloist and chamber musician.
This event will feature a live Q&A with Francesca on Zoom, followed by the concert premiere on YouTube.