With Peter Child, that is.
On Sunday afternoon, the Providence Quartet and Chloe Kline joined oboist Peggy Pearson on her Winsor Music series in Brookline, MA for a program of Haydn, Beethoven, and brand new works by Boston-based composer Peter Child.
"Last Sunday’s concert was a sheer joy for all of us. What a way to welcome in the spring season! I was totally captivated by the youthful exhuberance and the mature mastery of the ensemble. The playing was elegant and inspired, and I left feeling full of life, energy, and optomism! Spring, indeed! What more could one ask from a concert? Thank you for bringing such beauty into my life." -anonymous audience member
Matt Haimovitz’s concert [on March 9] was awesome. It was so great to
I also met this wonderful lady named Nancy and I got to take a picture
By the end of the day we were all tired and listening to
-Kirby (Fidelia) Vasquez, Phase II
This past February I went to Rochester, NY to
CAD is a method she started when I was just a
The idea behind the method of CAD is that a
It was extremely fulfilling to revisit this part
I’ve started using some of the CAD techniques
-Jessie Montgomery, PSQ
We started practice
At the end of my week, I performed the Brahms with pianist Hisako Hiratsuka at