As the weather warms up, so do the music. There are chunks of events will showing in the spring around our neighborhood.
The Handel and Haydn Society, one of great artistic group is planning to gives two performances. One is in a program of works from Mendelsohn’s own personal music library, this concerto will lead by violinist Aisslinn Nosky, performed in Jordan Hall on April 4 and 6. The other one will performed at Symphony Hall on May 2 and 4, as their seasonal finale, they choose to show one of Handel’s oratorio “Samson”, which tells the story of the biblical strongman whose only weakness was his bodacious hairdo, moreover, the oratorio also reveals his weakness was falling for his wife, who did the haircut of the hair.
Besides, In Longy school Pickman Hall, Boston Musica Viva closes out its season with an excerpt of Brian Robinson’s – “A Field Guide to American Car Alarms”, which we can just imagined, is just how it sounds like. Of course, more natural feelings should be favored in this performance.