November 1-12: Steve Marchena, DSM guitar faculty, will be the sole guitar in the orchestra for the North Shore Music Theater's performance Elvis: A Musical Revolution, There are performances starting 11/1 through 11/12, The theater is located at 54 Dunham Rd, in Beverly The North Shore Music Theater is the largest operating regional theater in New England. More information at: www.nsmt.org/
November 10: Zoe Chau, DSM strings faculty, will perform with Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra in its Fall Concert, from 8-10pm. This concert features early music, which is a different tuning from modern music, and also uses baroque instruments. It will be held at the Harvard Memorial Church in Cambridge, 1 Harvard Yard, Cambridge 02138. More information at: http://harvardbaroque.org/upcoming-concerts/2023/11/10/fall-concert
December 5:Zoe Chau, DSM strings faculty, will perform with the Quincy Symphony, in 'Tis the Season Holiday Pops Concert, at the Lloyd Hill Center for the Performing Arts in Quincy. More information at: http://www.quincysymphonyorchestra.org
December 6: Adam J. Merrill, DSM piano faculty, will be the pianist performing in concert at the Boston Athenaeum, in a program entitled Sisters - Living Ayres of Emily & Christina. The performance is on 12/6 from 6-7:30pm. Adam will perform with Mezzo-soprano Veronica Nguyen St. John, and sopranos Emma Robertson and Maria Whitcomb. Poetry by Emily Dickinson & Christina Rossetti, and music by Bruno C. Faria. A wine and cheese reception will follow. The Boston Athenaeum is located at 10 1/2 Beacon Street in Boston. More information and tickets at: community.bostonathenaeum.org/s/events
November 18 and 20: Our brass faculty member, Tommy Chiu, is performing on November 18 & 20 (two performances) with the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra. Tommy |has been coaching students from the Brandeis and Wellesley communities and will perform with them on two performances for their 20th Anniversary, featuring Beethoven 9. There are two performances, one on Sat Nov 18 at 7:30pm and one on Mon Nov 20 at 7:30pm.