Longy School of Music is proud to offer concerts free of charge and open to the public during this centennial academic year. Please consider making a donation along with your ticket reservation to help Longy continue to provide quality musical performances for the community.
The Longy Conservatory Orchestra and Sistema Side by Side Orchestra make their 2015-2016 season debut under the baton of conductor Jorge Soto.
Longy Conservatory Orchestra
Mozart's Symphony 25 in g minor
Mozart's Clarinet concert in A (Jorge Montilla, faculty soloist)
Mozart's Symphony 40 in g minor
Sistema Side by Side Orchestra
Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture (arranged by Anthony Carter)
Tchaikovsky’s Marche Slave (arranged by Geoffrey Tomlinson)
Ann Moss, soprano (MM '02)
Steven Bailey, piano
Justin Ouellet, viola (UD '15)
"[An] artist with a Midas Touch" - A Beast in the Jungle, SF Performing Arts
Join us as we welcome soprano Ann Moss, a Longy alumna (MM Vocal Performance, '02) and ardent champion of contemporary vocal music. Featuring works by Longy alumnus (MM Composition,'02) and Boston University faculty Vartan Aghagabibian and Guggenheim Fellow Jake Heggie, including a world premiere honoring Ruth Gessner-Schocken.
Generously funded by the family of Ruth Gessner-Schocken
György Ligeti: Horn Trio (Homage à Brahms)
Paquito D’Rivera: Aires tropicales for wind quintet
Elena Ruehr: Quetzal Garden for flute and strings (World premiere)
Elena Ruehr is an award-winning faculty member at MIT, a Guggenheim Fellow, has been a fellow at Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute and composer-in-residence with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project. She says of her music, “the idea is that the surface be simple, the structure complex.”
Since the Pavel Haas Quartet won the Paolo Borciani competition in Italy in Spring 2005, this young Czech quartet has established itself as one of the leading chamber ensembles of the day, performing at the world’s most prestigious concert halls and recording five award-winning CDs.
Martinů: Quartet No.3, H.183
Dvořák: Quartet No. 9 in D minor, Opus 34
Beethoven: Quartet in E minor, Op. 59, no.2, "Rasumovsky"
10.24.15 Longy Hosts: Charles Fisk
An improvised program of Jazz and Modern American Music by the Jeff Galindo Quartet.
Jeff Galindo, trombone
Bill Jones, sax
Matt Stavrakas, bass
Bob Gullotti, drums