“The cornerstone of the city’s new music groups.” – The Arts Fuse

Light, Wind, and Sound
Saturday, May 10, 8pm

Pickman Hall at Longy School of Music, Cambridge
General Admission: $30
Seniors (62+): $25
35 & Under: $20
Students / Children: $10

Tickets to this performance will be available at the door starting at 7:15 p.m.



Discounted garage parking ($7 flat rate after 5 p.m.) is available at the Charles Square Garage with a coupon -- CLICK HERE to print the coupon for this offer. This garage is approximately 10 minutes away on foot from Longy through Harvard Square. Print the coupon and take it to the garage to receive the discounted rate.

Valet parking is available for $22 (up to five hours) at the Sheraton Commander, just 500 feet from the Longy School of music. (CLICK HERE for more info.)


William Kraft
Kaleidoscope, world premiere

Sean Shepherd

Brian Robison
A Field Guide to North American Car Alarms

Julie Rowhein
Borne on the Wind

Theo Loevendie
6 Turkish Folk Poems, Sara Pelletier, soprano

The 2013-2014 Season concludes with an array of works to stimulate the senses. Master composer William Kraft’s third work for BMV showcases the virtues he feels set the group apart from others, particularly warmth and beauty of sound. Two beloved works from the canon of previous BMV commissions, Julie Rohwein’s atmospheric Borne on the Wind and Brian Robison’s spatial and delightfully wacky Field Guide to North American Car Alarms, paint drastically different landscapes of sound. Sean Shepherd, a rapidly rising star BMV is pleased to introduce to Greater Boston, shines in Lumens. The program also brings back Dutch composer Theo Loevendie’s sparkling Six Turkish Folk Poems.

Listen to an excerpt of Shepherd’s Lumens
Visit Brian Robison’s Website
Learn more about Theo Loevendie