This concert will feature students from the Morningside Music Bridge (MMB) program taking place at the New England Conservatory. MMB seeks to identify and promote outstanding young artists as well as develop long-term partnerships between classical music communities internationally to ultimately build a bridge of understanding and creativity that spans the world.
Morningside Music Bridge embodies the highest international standards of excellence, bringing together outstanding young violin, viola, cello, and piano musicians ages 12-18 from around the globe for a month of intensive music making including extensive solo, chamber music and performance opportunities.
Over the course of our first two decades, more than 1600 young artists have benefited from the barrier-free music making experience offered by Morningside Music Bridge. Our alumni are performing in the world’s major concert halls, recording for industry-leading labels, and working in the world’s finest musical organizations. Equally important are the cultural bridges and life-long friendships Morningside Music Bridge participants, guest artist, faculty and partner organizations enjoy.
Our young musicians perform in memorable public venues, participate in Morningside Music Bridge’s prestigious concerto competition and chamber music concerts, and bond with one another through the exquisite language of music. The program is a non academic program and no tuition is charged.
Morningside Music Bridge will take place in Boston, MA at the New England Conservatory. Over the years we have developed a number of strong musical relationships with faculty from this excellent school and we are pleased to hold our program in Boston with the support of New England Conservatory.
BOCCHERINI: Sonata in C minor, G.2, II & III
CHOPIN: Mazurkas, Op. 24, III & IV
PAGANINI: Caprice for Solo Violin, Op. 1, No. 20
CHOPIN: Etude in C-sharp minor, Op. 25, No. 7
LIGETI: Sonata for cello solo, I & II
SZYMANOWSKI: Three Myths, Op. 30, I
FROM: Piano Trio, Op. 38
BEETHOVEN: Piano Trio in D major, Op. 70, No. 1 “Ghost”, I
One hour program. Free, no tickets required.