The Boston Virtuosi is an eclectic, creative, innovative ensemble

Programming ranges from Baroque, Classical and newly commissioned works to World Music and Jazz. Our mission is to bring to people of all ages the intimacy, power, and marvelous repertoire unique to a chamber orchestra. We are an ensemble comprised of busy Boston free-lance musicians who are colleagues and friends. BV members share the vision of making music in a spirit of true collaboration and insight. Boston Virtuosi musicians perform with the Boston Pops, Boston Ballet, Symphony New Hampshire and many well-known performing arts organizations throughout New England. Many of us also teach at New England Conservatory, Berklee, and Tufts and other respected institutions.

Mission

Boston Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra concerts bridge, and reflect the diverse threads of South Boston’s neighborhoods. Communities support arts groups when they can truly call them their own and we love gathering ideas and energy from our talented Fort Point neighbors. This collaborative creativity has unleashed a high level and range of shared artistry that will evolve as we continue to work together. We look forward to deepening our multimedia collaboration with our colleagues here as our concert series evolves. The collaborative creativity of the Boston Virtuosi and Fort Point Channel’s amazing artists will forge a creative identity unlike anything else in Boston.




Upcoming Concerts

Reprise of “Fandango” and Premiere of the “Fort Point Channel Concerto”Commissioned work by 2018 Grammy winner and Boston Virtuosi guitarist/composter Claudio Ragazzi. This piece will be paired with a new performance of the “Fandango” interactive dance collaboration with Choreographer Kristen Fumarola. We will also create a high-quality video of the Concerto and Boccherini’s famous “Fandango as an educational outreach and promotion opportunity for stakeholders in the district. It will be filmed overlooking Fort Point Channel of course! Date TBA.
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UPCOMING CONCERTS