Harvard Epworth Concert Series and Americas Musicworks Present Acclaimed Ensemble Aubade (Peter H. Bloom, Francis Grimes, Mary Jane Rupert): Music of Debussy and Ravel
Ensemble Aubade, praised for “intensity, imagination, skill and finesse,” will perform May 7 at Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church in Cambridge, MA. The concert celebrates the 100th anniversary of the magnificent Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp by Claude Debussy. Also: music by Maurice Ravel, Ladislas de Rohozinski, and Arnold Bax. Aubade is managed by Americas Musicworks.
Cambridge, MA, April 28, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Ensemble Aubade (Peter H. Bloom, flute; Francis Grimes, viola; Mary Jane Rupert, harp) will perform in the Harvard-Epworth Concert Series, co-presented with Americas Musicworks, manager for Ensemble Aubade. The concert is May 7 at 7:30 pm, Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church, 1555 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138. Free admission, donations welcome. Information: 617-354-0837.
Ensemble Aubade will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the magnificent Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp by Claude Debussy. Also: Sonatine en Trio by Maurice Ravel, Suite Brêve by Ladislas de Rohozinski, and Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp by Arnold Bax. Ensemble Aubade concertizes widely, winning praise for stellar musicianship and vibrant performances. Peter H. Bloom performs in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and the Far East; is featured on 40 recordings; serves as historical performance consultant to Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts; is a faculty member of the Snow Pond Composers Workshop; is contributing editor for Noteworthy Sheet Music. Bloom is a member of the noted early music group Ensemble Chaconne touring in 2016 with Music of Shakespeare's Plays. Mary Jane Rupert has performed from Carnegie Recital Hall to Beijing Concert Hall. She has appeared with chamber ensembles, choral groups and orchestras across the U.S. Francis Grimes, viola, has performed with the Boston Pops, Boston Opera, Boston Ballet, Masterworks Chorale, other distinguished ensembles.