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Communities Without Borders Benefit Concert
Enjoy some wonderful music & help to support CWB!
Celebrating the Radiance, Wit and Humanity of Mozart’s Music
Benefit Concerts for CWB featuring
The Triple Helix Piano Trio
Ann Moss, soprano
Orchestra Without Borders
Luca Antonucci, Conducting
Mozart is the highest, the culminating point that beauty has attained in the sphere of music. No one has made me weep, has made me tremble with rapture, from the consciousness of my nearness to that something which we call Truth, as he has done. – Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Triple Helix and special guest violist, Min Choi
Piano Quartet in g minor, K.478 (1785)
Ticket holders are invited to a talk by the musicians an hour prior to the concert.
Saturday, April 7, 8 pm
First Church in Cambridge
11 Garden St.
Sunday, April 8, 3 pm
First Unitarian Universalist Society in Newton
1326 Washington Street
Tickets: Adults $30, Students $15
Benefit for non-profit Communities Without Borders, which supports orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia. 70% of the cost of tickets is tax deductible.
When the award-winning and internationally known Triple Helix Piano Trio musicians—violinist Bayla Keyes, cellist Rhonda Rider, and pianist Lois Shapiro—joined together in 1995, The Boston Globe described the results of their union as “the livest live music in town,” with “wildly imaginative, emotionally charged, virtuoso playing” that was “sophisticated in musical detail, wholeheartedly interactive, uninhibited in emotion, and touched by a special grace.” Subsequently, the ensemble has become known as one of the best piano trios on today’s musical landscape.
Soprano Ann Moss is an acclaimed recording artist and champion of contemporary vocal music who performs and collaborates with a dynamic array of living composers. Her high, silvery, flexible voice has been singled out by Opera News for “beautifully pure floated high notes” and by San Francisco Classical Voice for “powerful expression” and “exquisite phrasing.” A native of Boston and a graduate of Hampshire College, the Longy School of Music of Bard College, and San Francisco Conservatory, Ann Moss currently resides and teaches in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, violist Justin Ouellet. Ann is a Reiki practitioner, enthusiastic Yogi, and pursues a lifelong interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
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