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Night Beat returns to Firehouse PAC!

Night Beat series returns to the Firehouse PAC in Fairhaven and offers an extraordinary lineup for BMC’s 101st season. 6 for $60 subscription includes:outline 2

September 8, 7:30 – Rachel and Patrick ROULET piano/percussion. “Rags to Riches: the Golden Age of the Xylophone” presents works from Joplin and Gershwin to Confrey and Green.

October 6, 7, 8 at 7:30      *additional show on Oct 8, 3 pm     “Broadway takes on Politics” (a cabaret-style musical revue)  Musical comedy and political satire are running-mates in this songfest. Music director Scott Henderson and a veteran cast romp through a political fundraiser, talk-show, press conference, and debate. We’ll see you in court! Songs from 30 Broadway shows with Martha Benedict, Martin Bray, Paul Henderson, Akilah Williams and Jenny Woods.  Tickets for this show are $20. Seating limited. Be sure to reserve your preferred date in advance. 

November 3, 7:30 – Milica Jelaca JOVANOVIC and Marija ILIC piano four-hands “Fantasies and Dances”  Works by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Dvorak, Ligeti, Bolcom and Fauré    *at First Congregational Church on Cornwall Ave.

April 6, 7:30 – Western Treasures of 2017 featuring winners of WWU Virginia Glover Competition and Friends. Can anyone forget recent recipients Daniel Chong, Madeline Slettedahl and David Hoogkammer? Come catch a rising star. WWU students with ID admitted free to this concert subject to available seating.

May 4, 7:30 – Gustavo and Laura CAMACHO horn/violin with Victor CAYRES piano (faculty, Boston University Coll. of Mus.) Featuring Brahms Horn Trio (“30 minutes of perfect, sublime writing”), and Satie‘s Gnossienne No. 1 (fusing minimalism, gypsy dance and jazz).

June 8, 7:30 – Ryan and Heather DUDENBOSTEL clarinet/soprano with Jeffrey GILLIAM piano. Classical and contemporary concert pieces include Schubert’s “Der Hirt auf dem Felsen” (The Shepherd on the Rock) and selections from the dramatic song cycle for soprano and clarinet called Orpheus and Euridice by American composer Ricky Ian Gordon.