Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Feb. 4 Boston-area Concert

Chamber Music to Warm a Winter Evening

Saturday, February 4, 2006

8:00 PM in the sanctuary of the
Theodore Parker Unitarian Universalist Church
1859 Centre Street, West Roxbury, MA

Yukiko Takagi and friends will present an eclectic program of chamber worksby Debussy, Shostakovich and others in the beautiful sanctuary of theTheodore Parker Church. Ms. Takagi is the church's gifted pianist and amember (as are the other musicians) of the Callithumpian Consort, one ofBoston's most innovative ensembles.

On the program:

Three pieces from "Chu-i" for flute and piano by Kazuo Fukushima
"Premiere Rhapsodie" for clarinet and piano by Claude Debussy
"Drei kleine Stucke," op.11 for 'cello and piano by Anton Webern
"Sweet Air" for flute, clarinet, violin, 'cello and piano by David Lang
"Trio," op.67 for violin, 'cello and piano by Dmitri Shostakovich

In addition to Ms. Takagi, the performers are: Gabriela Diaz, violin;Benjamin Schwartz, violincello; Jessi Rosinski, flute; and Chris Bush,clarinet.

Tickets are $15 (2 for $25); $10 for students and seniors. A pre-concertreception at 6:00 PM hosted by Pam Haran and David Godkin is $30 (2 for $50)including a ticket. Those who can contribute $100 or more will be listed as sponsors. Please call 617-325-4439 for reservations. Tickets are also available at the door. All proceeds benefit the church.


Now that's an evening of chamber music. Come one, come all...Get your butts to the Church. Heck, if they'll let me in the door, they'll let anyone in.


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