We are an acoustic Guitar and Cello duo.
Breana Bauman leads her violin students, age 4 - 9, in standard duets from the Suzuki repertoire. The Suzuki Method nurtures talent through music as a language in an artist's environment. Sign up for our monthly newsletter and learn about Summer and Fall registration! Talk to Suzuki parents and see how much these kids love what they do.
Our group is mix of students rangeing from 10 to 12 that have come together to play music. El Sistema is a after school program at the east Somerville community school from 2:35 to 5:30 every day. We are a branch or the full middle school Orquestra that have formed a band.With Esmay, Ana Luna and Sophia on violin. Zia, Bridget and Samantha on viola and Ella on cello. We are a all girl group of musicians. Classical, Pop and movie tunes are just some of the genres that we play.
We used to be in a marching band. Now we are in a porch band!
Recognizable tunes and classic rock with a brass band flair.
We are the employees of Yesterday Service Sheet Music, Inc., Somerville's only full-service sheet music shop, and we are looking forward to playing a variety of fine classical music for your delight and satisfaction.
Rob Bethel, cello
Alastair Thompson, piano
Come check out what tiny kids can do on the violin! cSSm showcases violin students age 4 - 16 in short and sweet classical violin duets from the Suzuki books and standard repertoire.
Sing along to Twinkle!
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Chorus pro Musica Porchfest debut! We'll sing a mixed set of World Music, Classical favorites and a surprise song or two arranged from fun Pop Culture tunes.
Chorus pro Musica is one of the great choruses of New England. The chorus consists of more than 80 highly talented musicians selected by audition, including several members who live or work in Somerville. Jaime Kirsch, Conductor, is also Director of Choral activities at Tufts University. Known for innovative programming and masterful performances, CpM has collaborated with such famed organizations as the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Philharmonic, and Andrea Bocelli's Boston concert.
Classical favorites and some surprises.
Janet Luan & Victor Troll - violin
Joanna Ostrander - viola
Boris Goldowsky - cello
Jeffrey creates relaxing and compelling improvised piano soundscapes. Drawing on over 25 years of improvising experience and musical education, Jeffrey’s improvisation style blends classical, new age, minimalist and ambient music.
Sylvia Berry is a specialist in historical keyboard instruments such as the harpsichord and fortepiano. Her debut CD, a recording of Haydn’s “London Sonatas” (Acis) recorded on an 1806 Broadwood, was hailed by Early Music America as “A wonderful debut that augurs more wonders to a come." Pulitzer prize-winning Boston music critic Lloyd Schwartz wrote of her work with Opera Boston, “Special applause for continuo fortepianist Sylvia Berry, [who played] as if she were one of the actors.” She performs widely as a soloist and chamber musician, and for this Porch Fest concert she will play solo music of Bach, Sweelinck, Balbastre, Haydn and others on a French double harpsichord.