New England Conservatory musicians bring NEC's best to a gallery setting at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Tonight's performance features the NEC Percussion Ensemble, led by former Boston Symphony Orchestra percussionist Frank Epstein.

Nicholas Kitchen, first violinist of NEC ensemble-in-residence the Borromeo String Quartet, is soloist in Lou Harrison's Concerto for Violin and Percussion Orchestra, which caps a program of works by American and European composers who have gathered musical ideas and sounds from a wide range of cultural sources.

Also on the program:

Nebojsa Zivkovic Trio per Uno
David Luidens, Michael Daley, Bryce Leafman

Joan Huang Bird Twitters from Altadena
NEC Percussion Ensemble, Frank Epstein, conductor
Yazhi Guo, suona

J.S. Bach Fugue from Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Major, BWV 1015
Michael Daley, marimba

NEC Percussion Ensemble
Tsz-Ho Chan, Michael Daley, Tyler Flynt, Harrison, Honor, Matthew Howard, Bryce Leafman, David Luidens, Robert O'Brien
Frank Epstein, director

Date: November 14, 2013 - 6:00:PM
Price: Free with Museum admission.
Location: Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


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