2003 - 2004 Season

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Fall Concert: Carbon Test-Cello Recital
November 2, 2003 7:30pm   St. Paul's, Brookline, MA
November 9, 2003 4pm   Middlesex Community College, Bedford, MA

Spring Concert: Moods and Motion-Songs and Chamber Music
May 7, 2004 8pm First Parish in Watertown, MA !!NEW LOCATION!!
May 9, 2004 4pm Follen Church, Lexington, MA

Concert Locations

Fall Concert: Carbon Test - Cello Recital

Sun Nov 2 2003 7:30pm
St. Paul’s Church
Brookline, MA
$15/$10 students & seniors

Sun Nov 9 2003 4pm
Middlesex Community College
Bedford, MA
Free admission
(part of the World of Music series at MCC)

A cello recital featuring the latest in cello technology!

Luis Leguía, cellist from the Boston Symphony, will play a recital with Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta, piano.

Special guest Doriot Anthony Dwyer, flute will join Mr. Leguía and Ms. Peralta in John Sarkissian's Trio.

Mr. Leguía will perform on the carbon fiber cello that he invented. Hear recordings and read about the Luis & Clark Carbon Fiber Cello at the Luis & Clark web site.


Just In Time composers have written several new works for renowned Boston Symphony cellist Luis Leguía and legendary Boston Symphony flutist Doriot Anthony Dwyer. Join us for these world premiere performances:

Eleusis for cello and piano by Jorge V. Grossmann

Elusive Sleep for cello and piano by Pamela J. Marshall

Trio "Rustico" for flute, cello and piano by John Sarkissian

Plus beautiful and challenging music from the cello recital literature:

Elegy for cello and piano by Gabriel Fauré

Sonata for unaccompanied cello by Zoltán Kodály

Spring Concert: Moods and Motion -Songs and Chamber Music

May 7, 2004 8pm
First Parish in Watertown
35 Church St
Watertown, MA

May 9, 2004 4pm
Follen Church
755 Mass Ave
Lexington, MA


Join us for a program of new songs and chamber music, inspired by emotions, poetry and dance.

Pianist Karen Sauer will perform solo pieces by Jorge Grossmann and Marc Rossi. Karen will be joined by soprano Valerie Anastasio in Pamela Marshall’s songs from Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”. Cellist Jing Li will perform Hayg Boyadjian's Nocturnes.

The prize for the most performers goes to Erika Foin, who presents the premiere of new songs for voice and chamber ensemble.

Karen Sauer, piano
Valerie Anastasio, soprano
Jing Li, cello
John Holland, violin
Elizabeth Leehey, clarinet


Children's Mood Pieces for piano by Marc W. Rossi

Still as This, Strange As This for voice, clarinet, violin, cello and piano by Erika Foin

Nocturnes for cello by Hayg Boyadjian

Ariel's Songs for soprano and piano by Pamela J. Marshall

Etudes after Mecanismos for piano by Jorge V. Grossmann


Concert locations

St. Paul's Church (Episcopal)
15 St. Paul Street
Brookline, MA

Corner of St. Paul and Aspinwall Sts. Near Brookline Village T-stop, Harvard St., and Beacon St., on-street parking

From Boston: From Commonwealth Avenue or Beacon Street turn south on St. Paul St to the corner of Aspinwall Avenue.
From Rt. 9: In Brookline Village, turn north onto Harvard St. Turn right onto Aspinwall Avenue and the church will be directly in front of you.

Green Line C: From the St. Paul Street stop walk up St. Paul Street, past Longwood Avenue, to the corner of Aspinwall Avenue.
Green Line D: From the Brookline Village stop, walk up Station Street, right onto Harvard Street, through Brookline Village to the light at Aspinwall, right onto Aspinwall Avenue.

Middlesex Community College
Concert Hall, North Academic Building
591 Springs Road
Bedford, MA 01730-1197
www.middlesex.cc.ma.us Look for the World of Music series
Directions to Bedford campus

First Parish in Watertown
35 Church St
Watertown, MA 02472

Near the corner of Main St (Route 20) and Church St, near Watertown Square.

From Mass Turnpike (I-90): Take exit 17 (Newton -Watertown). Follow signs for Watertown. On Galen Street, go east towards Watertown. Just before you cross the Charles River, you will join Rte. 16. After you cross the Charles, move to one of the two left-turn lanes in Watertown Square, and then turn left on Rte. 20 (Main St.), heading towards Waltham.Take your second right onto Church Street (the Armenian Library and Museum is on the corner of Main and Church Sts.). The First Parish is one block on your right. Turn right at Summer Street to reach the parking lot.

Public Transportation: From Harvard Square take #71 bus down Mt. Auburn Street. As you approach Watertown Square, get off at the Dunkin Donuts. Summer St. is on the right. Follow Summer St. for two blocks until you see the church on your left.

Follen Church
755 Massachusetts Avenue
Lexington, MA 02420

Near Wilson Farms and the intersection of Mass Ave and Route 225, next to the East Lexington Branch Library, a couple of miles east of Lexington center. Parking is available in the church lot across the street, beside the church, and along Mass Ave.


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