Sax Talk

hate it when you read a review of something in your area you wish you
had know about
before it happened, so you could
of had a chance to actually go? Especially if its something weird, and
free, and in a beautiful venue?
Well, heads up….

CAMBRIDGE — The Harvard University Saxophone Quartet
will perform "Three
American Dances" by composer Edward P. Mascari of Hudson. The performance,
called Sax Talk, is part of Harvard University’s Arts First weekend and
will take place at Memorial Church, Harvard Yard, Harvard University,
Cambridge, on Saturday, May 7 at 4 p.m.

Admission is free. The facility is handicapped accessible.

Mascari’s composition, which was premiered and recorded by the Berlin
Saxophone Quartet, has been performed by many professional and college
ensembles in its eight year history.

In addition to the Mascari composition, the program will include works
by Carson Cooman, Andy Weiner and Daniel Dorf

from the Marlboro
Enterprise Online

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