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Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Chamber concert Saturday evening @ the Lichtenstein & more!
@ the Lichtenstein: Saturday June 7 Chamber Music Concert
You are invited to the Berkshire County debut of the Avery Ensemble, a Connecticut-based chamber group whose playing has been praised by the Boston Globe as “supercharged, clear-headed, yet soulful.”
The free (donations accepted) concert Saturday night features Czech composer Bohuslav Martinu’s astounding Piano Quartet, Maurice Ravel’s deliciously spicy Sonata for violin and cello, Aaron Copland’s entertaining and light-hearted Rodeo, Samuel Barber’s passionate, invigorating and melodic Sonata for Cello and Piano, and Paul Schoenfield’s Carolina Reveille for Piano Quartet.
The concert also marks the official announcement of their 2008-09 three concert series at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts. Seating is limited, and reservations are suggested! Not to be missed!
Avery Ensemble chamber concert Saturday, June 7 7:30pm Lichtenstein Center for the Arts 28 Renne Ave Reservations: 499-9348 or email@example.com FREE/donations accepted
@ the Lichtenstein: Last week for Art in our Schools show
It's also the last week to enjoy over 200 works of art by middle and high school students in the annual Art in Our Schools exhibit at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts. The gallery is free and open to the public Wednesday through Saturday from noon to 5pm. Note that the Lichtenstein Center will be closed June 10 for maintenance work, reopening Wednesday, June 25 with the Pittsfield Contemporary: New Work by Artists Under 40 show!
Art in Our Schools Wednesday-Saturday, June 7 12 noon - 5pm Lichtenstein Center for the Arts 28 Renne Ave 499-9348 FREE
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