Sunday, Dec 12, 2021 7:30p -
NEC's Brown Hall
290 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
Art, Music, Performing Arts
The second concert in Music for Food’s 12th Boston core concert season starts at 7:30pm on Sunday, December 12, in New England Conservatory’s Brown Hall, and features Hindemith’s Die Serenaden for voice, oboe, viola, and cello, Mendelssohn’s String Quartet in F minor, Op. 80, and Gershwin’s Preludes for Piano arranged for woodwind quintet. Our esteemed artists for this concert include: Maria Ioudenitch, Geneva Lewis, Zhanbo Zheng, Lluis Claret, Tom Novak, Peggy Pearson, Kendra Colton, Kim Kashkashian, and Yeesun Kim. Keeping with the season’s theme--Sound, Texture, Color, Gesture--each piece on the program will be accompanied by projections of its composer’s artwork.
Suggested donation is $30+ and $10+ for students, collected at the door. 100% of donations will benefit Women's Lunch Place—a day shelter serving women experiencing homelessness, hunger, and poverty in the greater Boston area.
All attendees must be masked and show proof of vaccination or a test within 72 hours of the concert at the door. Capacity is limited to 71, and tickets may be reserved at http://musicforfood2.eventbrite.com
Music for Food is a musician-led initiative for local hunger relief. All concerts raise resources and awareness in the fight against hunger, empowering any musicians who wish to use their artistry to further social justice. Founded in 2010 by Grammy award-winning violist Kim Kashkashian, Music for Food has sent funds for over 1.5 million meals to hunger-relief organizations nationwide, with the volunteer participation of more than 160 artists and ensembles. Visit musicforfood.net for more information.
Women’s Lunch Place inspires hope and supports the development of self-sustaining skills for women experiencing hunger, homelessness, and poverty. We create a safe, welcoming day shelter community in which we respect the dignity of our guests. We build trusting relationships to provide individualized, integrated services focused on nutrition, health, housing, and economic empowerment. More info.