Past Programs

CONNECT musicians with audiences and with each other
BUILD BRIDGES to unity across distances and beyond barriers
BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER onstage of Virtual Concert Halls

Saturday, August 1, 2020 at 2:00pm EDT

Pavel Nersessian, professor of Moscow Conservatory and Boston University College of Fine Arts working with the students from his home in Moscow. Students participate from their homes in the US and Germany.

Liszt – Hungarian Rhapsody No. 10, performed by Antoni Kleczek, USA

Schubert – Sonata in A minor, D. 784 (1st movement), performed by Jennifer Wang, USA

Beethoven – Sonata No. 31 in A♭ Major, Op. 110 (1st movement), performed by Alexander Breitenbach, Germany

Saturday, June 20, 2020, at 2:00pm EDT

Join our community and watch not pre-recorded but real-time LIVE performances of our area’s most aspiring young piano and violin students! You will be able to post comments and ask questions. You can also request to ask your question personally “On Air”, and be part of the live broadcast!

Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 11:00am EST

Classical Guitarists – Musical values and Career development in the upcoming ages

Sunday, June 28, 2:00pm EST

Musicians-innovators. Two musicians tell their life stories which include first-ever live streaming of classical concert through Internet, and presenting 100s of living composers in mega multi-media shows.

Saturday, July 11, 2020, at 12:00noon EST

“Ensemble music cannot survive the lock-downs, it cannot be played while social distancing” – or CAN IT?

Tune in to hear our guests perform and talk about their experience with latency during their extensive performing careers, watch them solve the problem!

Can musicians learn to handle the latency which is an inevitable feature of Internet transmission of sound?

Dr Michał Szostak is an international concert organist performing regularly in countries of Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Africa, and the USA. He recorded on a number of CDs. He is an author of books about organs published regularly by international organ magazines: British “The Organ”, American “The Diapason”, American “The Vox Humana” and Canadian “Organ Canada”.

He is a member of The Royal College of Organists (UK), The American Guild of Organists (USA), and The Organ Historical Society (USA).

In 2011-2018, he held the prestigious position of Music Director and the Principal Organist at the Basilica of the Virgin Mary in Lichen Stary (the largest church in Poland), where he played the largest organ in Poland (157/6M+P). 

Music is my life path. Each person has the power and responsibility to use her talent and skills to help others. Through music, I hope to unite and inspire people to understand and improve the world that we all live in.

I was born in Seoul, South Korea. Immediately after graduating with a Master’s Degree, I won the first violin section position at the Washington National Opera Orchestra under Placido Domingo at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

At Carnegie Hall, I was guest concertmaster of the New England Symphonic Ensemble in the world premiere performance of Oh My Son.  In 2012, I played with visiting musicians from Tunisia to commemorate the Jasmine Revolution in their country. This inspired me to start Culture Saves, a humanitarian organizationthat restores hope and promotes peace in troubled areas through the arts.

Playing the electric violin and creating my own sounds have transformed me.

My journey continues….

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