New Gallery Concert Series, founded and directed by Sarah Bob, concludes its eighteenth season with Lost and Found, a program featuring the world premiere of the winner for our 2017 Call for Scores, Transparent(e) by Hugo Vasco Reis, alongside recent works by Marti Epstein, Lior Navok, Curtis Hughes, and Toni Lester. With performances by Jessi Rosinski, flute; Ashleigh Gordon, viola; Francesca McNeeley and Stephen Marotto, cello; Amanda Romano, harp; and Sarah Bob, piano.
Tickets for each concert are $20 general admission and $15 for students, seniors and children. Tickets may be purchased at the door. A reception follows all events. All concerts are at 25 Lowell Street, Cambridge. Limited free parking is available in the adjacent lot or on the street.
This performance’s visual artists are all part of “Lost & Found,” a members' juried exhibit with work selected by Lorraine Sullivan. Lorraine's works incorporate found objects to create deeply personal narratives. In “Lost & Found,” we ask artists to consider the theme, whether in terms of their media - using found or re-used objects; or in terms of their inspiration.
Shimmer for solo piano (2017) Lior Navok (1971) WORLD PREMIERE
Nachtvoll for flute, viola, harp (2014) Marti Epstein (1959)
Reds (I-IV) for flute and tape (2013/2017) Toni Lester (1962)
Merger for cello duo (2016) Curtis K. Hughes (1974)
Transparent(e) for flute, viola, harp (2017) Hugo Vasco Reis (1981) WORLD PREMIERE
Winner of the NGCS 2017 Call for Scores
Co-sponsored with the Cambridge Art Association and the New School of Music.