NEMPAC Concert Series

Upcoming – Distortion: Music for Violin and Electronics – 5/3/2024

Featuring NEMPAC faculty member and violinist, Brooks Berg, this will concert will explore the genre of electroacoustic music. This program showcases the expressive range of the violin, enhanced by a wide variety of sounds and effects. Inspired by themes of isolation and surrealism, these compositions reference musical styles from baroque to folk. This concert features music written solely by female composers.

About the 2023/2024 Series

NEMPAC produces regular concert programs annually, featuring local professional musicians in Boston. Formerly called the Professional Musicians Series, consists of a set of recitals designed to present creative classical music programs to Boston and New England. Our concerts feature both local Boston professional artists and musicians, as well as highly acclaimed musicians from America and around the world. Programs are presented in comfortable, intimate, unique venues in and around the North End, Charlestown, and surrounding neighborhoods in the City of Boston.

Former musicians and groups presented in the series have included Castle of Our Skins, Hub New Music, soprano Sigourney Cook, pianist Christina Wright-Ivanova.

The 2023-24 Season has consisted of a program featuring Fred Springer, Guitarist in October 2023, the Amore Concert at City Winery on February 14th featuring the NEMPAC Opera Project, and the next upcoming event is scheduled for Friday, May 3rd featuring violinist, Brooks Berg. More information on these programs can be located on our upcoming events calendar.

Commitment to Access

NEMPAC is working towards ensuring all members of our communities are included and have equal access. We pledge to ensure all have access to our facilities and programs. The Bijou de la Vida gallery at 390 Commercial Street, home of our Winter Concert Series this season, is ADA-compliant. Please note that the March 23rd concert will take place at 50 Tileston Street (NEMPAC’s Headquarters) in the North End.

History of the NEMPAC Concert Series

The NEMPAC Winter Concert Series (formerly known as Professional Musicians Series) began in 2015 with a special Italian Heritage Month concert featuring Italian cellist Francesco Mastromatteo and Pianist, Dr. Christina Wright-Ivanova that was hosted at St. Stephen’s Church in the North End. After receiving a strong feedback and interest from the community and Ms. Ivanova’s expertise in classical music, this first concert sprung into a regular music series featuring some of Boston’s most highly prestigious classical musicians. With a goal to eliminate barriers between audience members and the artists, and to make classical music more approachable, the programs were brought to comfortable, intimate venues seating between 30 to 60 guests. These venue locations in Boston have included Bijou de la Vida private art gallery; North Bennet Street School, Steinert Hall on the Steinway Building; Tresca; Lucia Ristorante; La Galleria 33 Ristorante.


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