Programming ranges from Baroque, Classical and newly commissioned works to World Music and Jazz.
We are an ensemble comprised of busy Boston freelance 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.
Arts @ Holy Trinity welcomes the enthusiastic return of Grammy and Emmy-winning composer and guitarist Claudio Ragazzi, cellist Cameron Sawzin, and pianist Nando Michelin to present Mardi Gras music from around the world.
IMPORTANT: Proof of vaccination and booster OR proof of a negative COVID test within 72 hours of the event is required for admittance.
Cameron looks forward to presenting her unique masterclass to the string students at the Kent State University Hugh A. Glauser School of Music. The masterclass is on March 2nd.
The fine art poster features work from Steve Gyurina, of Artopia Giclée, a top art capture pro and two well-known graphic artists, John Kramer and Peter Agoos. Like the concert itself, it is also a true collaboration.
Your purchase helps to fund our next event and is a wonderful way to support a local Fort Point performing arts ensemble! Price list can be found on the next page
Boston Virtuosi concerts bridge and reflect the diverse threads of 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. Our mission is to bring to a people of all ages and cultures the power and Intimacy of a unique and varied repertoire performed by talented musicians, ranging from our new Trio Terzetto to the Boston Virtuosi Quartet and Chamber Orchestra.