Concert Series

The Art Complex Museum offers a series of Sunday afternoon concerts throughout the year.

Concerts begin at 4:00 PM and are offered free to the public.

Seating is first-come, first-served. We encourage concert goers to arrive early, as we reserve the right to cap attendance if we exceed the capacity of the room.

April 2, 2023:
Kaleidoscope Chamber Ensemble

4:00 p.m.

  • Jill Dreeben – Flute
  • Charlyn Bethell – Oboe
  • Tracy McGinnis – Bassoon
  • Beth Welty – Violin
  • Dani Rimoni – Viola
  • Sandi-Jo Malmon – Cello
  • Elizabeth Skavish – Piano

May 7, 2023:
Aaron Larget-Caplan, Guitar

4:00 p.m.

Aaron Larget-Caplan is a passionate performer of great guitar works, who enjoys exploring enthralling compositions composed for him alongside his own astute arrangements, and hallowed hallmarks from the Spanish and classical traditions.

Larget-Caplan returns to the Art Complex Museum to perform his solo program “Looking Bach, Listening Forward.”

The program will celebrate new and recent recordings of Aaron’s, including music from his album dedicated to the music of Spain (release date in April 2023), music by J.S. Bach, and a premiere by Daniel Felsenfeld.

Larget-Caplan will introduce the compositions and speak about their creations as well as give listening hints.

Raised in Colorado, Aaron is a recording and touring artist based in Boston. His 10th solo album will be issued in Spring, 2023 and feature music of Spain.

August 6, 2023:
Alexander Wu, Piano

4:00 p.m.

New York City pianist and musical arranger Alexander Wu performs on the international stages of Europe, Asia, Latin American, and the U.S., both as a soloist and as a collaborative chamber player.

He will release his seventh solo album with music of George Gershwin in Fall, 2023. A native of California, Mr. Wu resides in Manhattan, NY, and serves on the piano faculty of the Third Street Music School Settlement in the East Village.

October 1, 2023:
Shtrykov-Yanaka Duo, Clarinet and Piano

4:00 p.m.

Maksim Shtrykov began clarinet studies in his native Belarus, becoming the first Belarusian clarinetist to be accepted to The Juilliard School where he was awarded a degree of Master of Music as a scholarship student in the celebrated studio of Charles Neidich.  Maksim is a prizewinner of many competitions including the International Johannes Brahms Chamber Music Competition in Poland and the “Salieri – Zinetti” International Chamber Music Competition in Italy. In 2007, while still in school, Maksim made his New York recital debut at Carnegie Hall’s intimate Weill Recital Hall as the recipient of the Artists International Special Presentation Award.

Misuzu Tanaka was born in London, where she began her piano lessons at the age of five. She then continued her studies in Japan and in the United States with Martin Canin at The Juilliard School where her love for the music of J. S. Bach blossomed. Her Masters and Doctoral degrees are from University of Michigan, where she was a full scholarship recipient, studying with Logan Skelton. During this time, she devoted herself to the study and performance of the works of Leoš Janáček, which led to further studies with Miroslav Brejcha and Ivan Moravec in the Czech Republic. With notable success in international competitions, Misuzu has also received prizes and awards in the International Janáček Competition and the World Bach Competition (presented by Boulder Bach Festival), to name a few. Among her recent recording releases is a critically acclaimed live album, “Misuzu Tanaka in Concert,” featuring works by Leoš Janáček and J. S. Bach.

November 5, 2023:
Chameleon Arts Ensemble

4:00 p.m.

Founded in 1998, Chameleon Arts Ensemble has built a reputation as Boston’s most adventurous chamber ensemble, integrating old and new repertoire into unexpected programs that are themselves works of art. The Boston Globe called Chameleon “a local treasure,” and noted that the Ensemble “has distinguished itself over the course of two decades by sheer dint of its sparklingly imaginative programming.”

The Ensemble is led by Artistic Director and flutist Deborah Boldin.

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