NBSO’s Chamber Season Closes with Mastery and Mystery

The New Bedford Symphony Orchestra’s South Coast Chamber Music series wraps its very popular season with Mastery and Mystery, a concert featuring two French masterpieces and a viola sonata shrouded in mystery. Faure’s ravishing Piano Quartet in C Minor and the iconic Ravel Trio hold their own against Rebecca Clarke’s wildly sensuous Viola Sonata, a work at first presumed written by Ravel under a pseudonym - because it was that good! Featuring Raluca Dumitrache, violin; Don Krishnaswami, viola; Timothy Roberts, cello; Janice Weber, piano.

Two performances are scheduled: Saturday, April 1, 4pm, St. Gabriel’s Church, 124 Front Street, Marion, and Sunday, April 2, 4pm, St. Peter’s Church, 351 Elm Street, South Dartmouth. Admission is $20 at the door.

You deserve a symphony in your life—the New Bedford Symphony! The NBSO is a professional orchestra that annually presents a concert series of classical and pops music with prize-winning guest artists from around the world, as well as a chamber music series. In addition, the NBSO’s innovative and nationally recognized educational programs reach 30,000 students each year. The NBSO is dedicated to building a community of music in the South Coast. Visit www.nbsymphony.org for more information.

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