Join BHV member Lee Fernandez, and other fellow members for "NEC Chamber Orchestra: Veress, Netsky, Stravinsky" on Monday, November 14th at 7:30 at Jordan Hall.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of NEC's Contemporary Musical Arts department, the NEC Chamber Orchestra collaborates with the CMA in a performance of Chagall’s Mandolins, a suite by CMA co-chair Hankus Netsky featuring CMA student soloist G Rockwell '24, mandolin. Rockwell is the recent winner of Nashville's prestigious Freshgrass festival award in the banjo category. Also on the program are Sandor Veress' Four Transylvanian Dances and Stravinsky's Apollon musagète.
Take the Green “E” Line to the Symphony T Stop or the Orange Line to Massachusetts Avenue T stop. Light refreshments at 6:15 at the NEC's Green Room Cafe, 255 St Botolph St Boston, MA 02115 (and home to the new multi-million, 12-story glass-fronted dorm building.)
Here's the 2-minute walking route to the Cafe from the Symphony T Stop
Here's the 3-minute walking route to the Cafe from the Massachusetts Avenue T stop.
Upon arriving at 255 St. Botolph, Lee will greet you near the security station at the door. Look for balloons on the tables reserved for BHV; there will be a treat for each of you courtesy of your host.
Concert only, meet inside Jordan Hall, 30 Gainsborough Street at 7:15.
Tickets are required and arranged for by the BHV office. They will be dispersed to registrants in the lobby by a member volunteer. Member sit together in rows P and O in front of the platform seats that are closer to the aisle.
BHV members and their guests. Free. Registration required. Light refreshments are paid individually.
Here are FAQ's from the Box Office.