These seventeen young, Boston-based musicians are headed for the highest ranks of today’s new generation of ensembles. Hailed by The Boston Globe as “brilliant, thrilling, and intrepid,” the self-conducted A Far Cry brings our 35th anniversary season to an exhilarating close with Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nacht Music, Piazzolla’s Oblivion, Bates' Icarian Rhapsody and Tchaikovsky’s gorgeous Serenade for Strings in C Major.
Event begins at 8:00PM
Presented by: Dumbarton Concerts
Featured Artist(s): A Far Cry
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