Concert Calendar 2010

IAWM 2010 Annual Concert: An Acousmatic Evening

IAWM flyer

Friday December 3, 2010  8pm
Democracy Center, 45 Mount Auburn St, Cambridge, MA $10 suggested donation

Presented locally by Art Without Borders and Spindrift Music Company

The IAWM annual concert premiered in Lyon, France in October. It is being repeated in several locations around the world, including Cambridge, MA on December 3. Electronic and computer-generated and processed sound, and video.

IAWM web site   press release   concert poster

Waterland (1990/2010) by Veronika Krausas, Canada with video
Ombrarchetto (2003) by Magdalena Dlugosz, Poland
Emergent (2009) by Carrie Leigh Page, USA
Mouthpiece (2005) by Judith Ring, Ireland
Pigeon Heart (2005) by Bernard Marie-Hélène, France
Reminiscence R2 (2010) by Ida Helene Heidel, Norway

Pisces Rising

Chamber chorus directed by Suzanne Jubenville and Jeffrey Jubenville

Friday September 17, 2010 12noon
First Parish Unitarian, 7 Harrington Road, Lexington

"Sacra et Profana" - music and poetry celebrating earthly passions and transcendent joys
The program includes movements from “Meditations” for organ by Pamela Marshall (that’s me). I’ll be singing in the alto section too.

Esprit de Cor

An ensemble of many French horns, conducted by David Archibald

Friday October 8, 2010 12noon
First Parish Unitarian, 7 Harrington Road, Lexington

Hunting Calls, Star Wars, Schumann choruses, Mahler and Marshall
Includes “wild horn whose voice the woodland fills” for eight horns, which I wrote in memory of our former member and friend Jeanne Traphagan

Vortex - New and Improvised Music Series hosted by Todd Brunel

Friday July 2, 2010 8pm
Outpost 186, Inman Square, Cambridge, MA $10 suggested donation

Chamber music and free improv - with Todd Brunel, bass clarinet, and John McLellan, percussion

Lexington Music Club

Wednesday June 2, 2010, Lexington, MA

Premiere of Pamela Marshall's Returning for solo clarinet, performed by Grant Anderson

Call or email me if you'd like an invitation

Women Composers Spotlight

Flutes with Poetry

Friday April 9, 2010  8pm (more about the concert)

Sponsored by Art Without Borders and Spindrift Music Company

Democracy Center, 45 Mount Auburn St, Cambridge, MA

Featured performers

Deborah Boldin, flute & Jessi Rosinski, flute and alto flute
Jodi Hitzhusen, soprano & Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello

Music by Pamela Marshall, Hilary Tann, Ursula Mamlok, Alex Shapiro, Shulamit Ran, Sabrina Peña Young, Pamela Z

About the concert

Quinteto sobre los Poemas de Carlos Pintado

Piano Quintets by Farrenc and Marshall

Friday March 12, 2010  8pm
Follen Church, 755 Mass Ave, Lexington, MA (more about the concert)

Spindrift Music presents the New England premiere of Pamela Marshall's piano quintet Quinteto sobre los Poemas de Carlos Pintado, plus Piano Quintet No. 2 by Romantic-era composer Louise Farrenc.

Supported by generous members of Spindrift Commissioning Guild

About the concert and the Guild     MCC Logo

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Lexington Council for the Arts, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Middlesex Community College World of Music

Chamber Music for Piano and Strings

Sunday March 7, 2010 7:30pm

MCC Concert Hall, Middlesex Community College, 591 Springs Road,North Academic Building, Bedford Campus, Bedford, MA 01730.

Fantasy Pieces for cello and piano by Robert Schumann
Excerpts of Piano Quintets by Pamela Marshall (2009) & Louse Farrenc (1840)

Performers: Carmen Rodríguez-Peralta, piano; Abigail Karr, violin; Sarah Darling, viola; Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello; Susan Hagen, double bass.

On March 12, you can hear the full versions of both piano quintets (see next event).

The concert is free.

About the concert and the World of Music series

Lexington Music Club

Sunday, January 31, 2010  3 PM
First Parish Unitarian, Harrington Road, Lexington, MA

The Lexington Music Club public concert raises money for a Lexington High School music scholarship.

Pamela Marshall leads an improvisatory performance of Dialog Among Tree Frogs featuring horn players Jim Phelan and Alan Ventura