Our advanced ensemble was honored to perform at the Boston Philharmonic’s Rising Stars Gala. Here is a clip!
By Ling-Mei Wong 黃靈美 Strains of Mozart filled the air at the Chinatown library, serenading more than 80 guests. Children from the Boston String Academy (BSA) performed on March 27, marking the first live music concert by youth. “We strongly believe in building community,” said founder and director Taide Prieto-Carpio. The
When celebrated conductor Gustavo Dudamel led the Stuttgart Orchestra at the Vatican for Pope Benedict XVI’s 80th birthday, the Venezuelan maestro’s movements were as intense as the music. As the orchestra played the powerful fourth movement of Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, Dudamel’s hands punched the air vigorously and precisely, his head exploded
By Malcolm Gay | Boston Globe | Photos by BARRY CHIN Ask Clarice Mullady about her upcoming trip to Los Angeles to perform with superstar conductor Gustavo Dudamel, and the 14-year-old Boston music student will tell you she’s trying to keep it in perspective. “We’ve played with him twice before,” said
Longy’s Sistema Side by Side gave their first performance of the year in October. For the first time three ensembles were featured, the symphony orchestra, and the new string orchestra and wind ensemble. BSA students represent a large portion of the string sections.
BSA students joined a selected group from Longy’s Sistema Side by Side Orchestra to perform under the renown conductor, maestro Gustavo Dudamel, in an open rehearsal setting. This was part of The Creative Class series by Harvard University at Sanders Theater.
What an honor and inspiration for all of us at BSA to perform for Sir Simon Rattle. The maestro listened and gave some words of wisdom to our advanced ensemble in a special private performance at Boston Symphony Hall just before the Berlin Philharmonic’s concert. Venezuelan double bass player and