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Summer is upon us and we are busy planning a terrific new season for you. We will continue our residency at Longy and present a series of four subscription concerts, including beloved classics, cutting-edge contemporary voices, and lesser known gems … Continue reading →
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The podcast from our May 5, 2012 season finale.  Enjoy! Recorded LIVE on Saturday, May 5, 2012 at Pickman Hall, Longy School of Music   Sarah Bob, piano Miriam Bolkosky, cello Sarah Brady, flute Eran Egozy, clarinet Eli Epstein, horn … Continue reading →
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Free Family Concert Saturday, June 9 at 10:30 am Main Library Whale Room Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway Learn how composers represent different ideas and imagery with music!  Featuring Vivaldis’s Four Seasons Meet the strings! Play along on kazoos! Ages … Continue reading →
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From the Boston Musical Intelligencer: “Radius Ensemble presented a comfortable program of old favorites and friendly newer works on May 5th at Longy’s Pickman Hall. The evening progressed in reverse chronological order from a commissioned premiere to Beethoven’s Sextet for … Continue reading →
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During his lifetime, Saint-Saëns achieved a rare type of fame: renowned to the general musical public, and respected by his friends and colleagues. Gounod called him “the French Beethoven.” Liszt noted his outstanding talent as an organist. Making his public … Continue reading →
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When he was twenty-two years old, Beethoven moved to Vienna to study with Franz Joseph Haydn. Only a year later, he parted ways with the elder composer when Haydn returned to England. It wasn’t a good parting, either, as Haydn … Continue reading →
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“Arguably, no artist grows up: If he sheds the perceptions of childhood, he ceases being an artist.” Pulitzer prize winning composer Ned Rorem was born in Indiana, raised in Chicago, educated at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia and The Juilliard … Continue reading →
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The podcast from our March 3, 2012 concert.  Enjoy! Recorded LIVE on Saturday, March 3, 2012 at Pickman Hall, Longy School of Music Sarah Bob, piano Miriam Bolkosky, cello Sarah Brady, flute Eran Egozy, clarinet Omar Chen Güey, violin Noriko … Continue reading →
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We are delighted to announced that Daniela DeMatos, a candidate for the Master of Music degree in Composition at the Longy School of Music, is the first winner of the inaugural Radius-Longy Composition Competition. Her Woodwind Trio I for oboe, … Continue reading →
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Our March 3 concert was warmly received by a packed house at Longy, and we were delighted to read the following reviews.  Video and podcast coming soon! Boston Globe: Spectral sounds from Radius Ensemble Boston Musical Intelligencer: Radius Ensemble Connects
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