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Lapin Club Concert

Community Music Center of Boston

Sunday, May 7, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM (EDT)

Lapin Club Concert

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Please join us on Sunday, May 7 at 4pm in Allen Hall at Community Music Center of Boston for an exclusive concert by former Music Center faculty member John Ferguson for Lapin Club and Legacy & Innovation Society Members and their guests. Following the concert, there will be a light reception for members and guests to socialize and meet with the musician.

 

John Ferguson’s performances have been praised for their “proselytizing zeal--along with fleet fingers, power, and fine dynamic control” (Boston Globe) and “impressive qualities of pianistic brilliance, strength, intellect and sensitivity” (Sacramento Bee). Ferguson has performed solo recitals in major cities throughout the US, including concert series’ and festivals in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose, San Diego, and Providence. Ferguson’s performances have been heard on radio stations WFMT-Chicago, WMBC-Baltimore, KZSU-Palo Alto, KUOP-Stockton, and WFIU-Bloomington.

Currently his recital programs feature some of the most difficult and epic works in the keyboard literature, including Beethoven’s “Hammerklavier” Sonata, Bach’s Art of Fugue, and Rzewski’s The People United Will Never be Defeated. Ferguson’s performances have also included such rarities as Liszt’s arrangements of Beethoven’s symphonies, music from the renaissance and middle ages, and a wide range of contemporary music, including his own compositions. This repertoire is sometimes presented in “multimedia” concerts, integrated with visual art, dance, and theater.

Ferguson is an active chamber musician in the Boston area, having performed at Jordan Hall, the Longy School of Music, Boston Conservatory, and Boston University among other venues. These concerts include collaborations with violinist Jennifer Frautschi, trumpeter Stephen Burns, trombonists Scott Hartman and Norman Bolter, and hornist Eric Ruske. As an orchestral soloist, he has recently appeared with the Melrose Philharmonic, North Shore Philharmonic, Atlantic Union College Orchestra and Mozart Society Orchestra at Harvard University.

**For a complete biography, please visit John's website.

 

 

The Lapin Club is the Music Center’s premier giving society established to honor Executive Director David Lapin  and provides critical support for our students and programs.

The Legacy & Innovation Society are some of the most dedicated and loyal supporters who have made commitments in their estate plans to the Music Center. 

 

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Additional information about registration and other Lapin Club events will be available soon at www.cmcb.org/donate

Have questions about Lapin Club Concert? Contact Community Music Center of Boston

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Community Music Center of Boston
34 Warren Ave.
Boston, MA 02116

Sunday, May 7, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM (EDT)


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Community Music Center of Boston

Now in our 108th year, Community Music Center of Boston is a highly regarded and accredited nonprofit music school in Boston's South End. Our mission is to transform lives throughout Greater Boston by providing equitable access to excellent music education and arts experiences. For more than a century, the Music Center has built a living legacy of individuals, groups and neighborhoods united by the power of music and transformed by a mission of access and excellence. Having pioneered community-based, lifelong learning as New England's oldest community school of the arts, the Music Center continues to exemplify Boston's diversity with the largest public school outreach partnership of any area arts organization.

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