Saturday, Apr 11, 2020 7:30p -
2 Sewall Ave
Brookline, ma 02446
PLEASE NOTE: This event has been postponed until April 11
MUSIC & MAKING
In this Music & Making event, you will be listening to music for violin and cello across different styles while creating your own works of art. Music with a theme of spring, ranging from 18th century French baroque, to jazz and tango are performed by Spectacle Collective musicians, Subaiou Zhang (violin) and Alyssa Lawson (cello).
Music will emphasize a theme of spring, ranging from 18th century French baroque, to jazz and tango. Pieces will be performed by Spectacle Collective musicians, Subaiou Zhang (violin) and Alyssa Lawson (cello).
Enjoy casual making while relaxing to beautiful music and leave with a pair of spring themed coasters (up to two per ticket). Materials will include laser cut wooden coasters and backing pieces, acrylic and water color paints, glue, clamps, and glass.
Refreshments and snacks will be served. You may bring your own wine or beer for your enjoyment during the show.
MEET THE PERFORMERS
Violinist Subaiou Zhang performs actively in the Greater Boston area on both modern and baroque violins, including recent solo appearances with the Wellesley Symphony in 2016 and the Brookline Symphony in 2017. Subaiou is currently pursuing a doctorate in Violin Performance at Boston University. Other than music, Subaiou’s favorite making activities are sewing and sketching.
Cellist Alyssa Lawson has performed with diverse ensembles, including the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, the Boston Arabic Ensemble, and The Morning Architect. Alyssa holds a master's degree in cello performance from Boston University, where she studied with Michael Reynolds. She is also a Fulbright scholar (Belgium, 2009-2010) with degrees in French and Ethnomusicology. Alyssa is on the faculty of the Suzuki School of Newton and the New England Suzuki Institute and is a founding member of Cellos on the Charles, a group that supports cello education in Eastern Massachusetts.