Concerts & Events
Join Madeline Stewart in concert at her upcoming performances! Contact her directly if you have any questions about a future concert that you would like to attend.
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Friday, August 9, 2019 @ 7:30pm
Sunday, August 11, 2019 @ 2:00pm
Opera NEO presents F. Cavalli’s La Calisto. In this production, Madeline will perform baroque viola with the Opera NEO Chamber Ensemble.
Stage Director: David Radamés Toro
Conductor: Benjamin Bayl
Thursday, August 8, 2019 @ 7:30pm
Saturday, August 10, 2019 @ 7:30pm
Opera NEO’s production of P.I. Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin. Madeline will perform as Principal Second Violin.
Stage Director and Conductor: Peter Kozma
Friday, August 2, 2019 @ 7:30pm
Saturday, August 3, 2019 @ 7:30pm
Sunday, August 4, 2019 @ 2:00pm
Opera NEO presents G. Rossini’s La Cenerentola. Madeline will perform as Principal Second Violin.
Stage Director: Ophelie Wolf
Conductor: Peter Kozma
A public Masterclass for the Harvard, MA community, including a presentation and play-though of Beethoven’s infamous Op. 133 Grosse Fugue. Lecture by Lydian String Quartet founding member Judith Eissenberg. Madeline will play viola as a member of this string quartet performance and demonstration. Sponsored by Five Sparks and the Harvard Chamber Music Festival.
Thursday, March 28, 2019 – 8:00pm
Friday, March 29, 2019 – 8:00pm
Saturday, March 30, 2019 – 8:00pm
Sunday, March 31, 2019 – 2:00pm
Gian Carlo Menotti was an immigrant to the United States, and his Italian citizenship caused him to be labeled an “enemy alien” during World War II. In 1950, he wrote The Consul in response to the many stories of refugees fleeing Eastern Europe after the war. Now, nearly 70 years later, The Consul is as powerful and relevant as it was when it was written. The struggle for freedom against oppression and the search for a safe haven for those fleeing tyranny are still rampant across the world, including in our own country. Menotti insisted that The Consul have its premiere on Broadway, rather than in an opera house, so that it could be more accessible to the public at large. The show was a hit and won the Pulitzer Prize for music and a New York Drama Critics’ Award. The Consul will be sung in English with English supertitles.
Music and libretto by Gian Carlo Menotti
Conducted by Andrew Altenbach
Directed by Johnathon Pape
Ms. Stewart will perform in this production as Principal Viola.
An evening of solo and chamber works featuring Madeline Stewart on viola with Tae Kim, piano and Monica Grady, cello.
Boston Conservatory Orchestra performs Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra, Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Karl Maria von Weber, and works by the Conservatory’s Chair of Composition, Contemporary Music, and Core Studies Jonathan Bailey Holland.
HOLLAND: Party Starter
HOLLAND: Stories from Home
HINDEMITH: Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Karl Maria von Weber—conducted by Dajoung Choi (M.M. ’19, conducting)
BARTÓK: Concerto for Orchestra
Melding Indian music in all its forms with spoken word, poetry, and visuals, the Berklee Indian Ensemble brings together unheard voices to tell their stories.
The Berklee Indian Ensemble: Untold Stories production is a labor of love inspired by hundreds of stories that we are afraid to speak about or that get lost in the information overload characteristic of our digital world.
This semester, the Berklee Indian Ensemble delved into issues such as #metoo, #timesup, #blacklivesmatter, bravery vs. perfection, modern-day sacrifices (modern-day Sati), nontraditional career paths, the power of ONE, and much more through stories of oppression, untold heroes, healing, and courage. These stories exist to teach and guide us, to awaken us out of inertia, to remind us of the strength we have inside us, and to help us ask why.
The Berklee Indian Ensemble is world-renowned through its live performances and viral music videos, which have received more than 98 million views. Since 2011, more than 700 musicians representing 49 countries have collaborated in one of the largest and most diverse collectives at Berklee.
Admission: $10 / $20 / $30
Admission with Berklee ID: $10 off ticket price
Presented in Boston’s historic Symphony Hall, Boston Conservatory Orchestra and soloists Sandeep Das (tabla), Maeve Gilchrist (Celtic harp), and Kaoru Watanabe (Japanese shinobue flutes/taiko drums) from the Grammy Award–winning Silkroad Ensemble perform an eclectic program of poetry-inspired orchestral works by Tan Dun, Dinuk Wijeratne, Maeve Gilchrist/Luke Benton, Gabriela Lena Frank, Alexander (Ali) Rahbari, Kaoru Watanabe, Osvaldo Golijov, and Colin Jacobsen/Siamek Aghaei.
TAN DUN: Symphonic Poem of 3 Notes
DINUK WIJERATNE: “Canons, Circles” from Tabla Concerto
MAEVE GILCHRIST/LUKE BENTON: “Peace” from In Pursuit
GABRIELA LENA FRANK: Apu: Tone Poem for Orchestra
ALEXANDER (ALI) RAHBARI: Persian Mysticism Around G
KAORU WATANABE: Shinobu
OSVALDO GOLIJOV: K’in Sventa Ch’ul Me’tik Kwadalupe (Ritual for the Holy Mother of Guadalupe)
COLIN JACOBSEN/SIAMEK AGHAEI, Traditional Persian: Ascending Bird
Bruce Hangen, conductor
Boston Conservatory Orchestra performs works by Debussy, Beethoven, and Higdon, featuring guest artists Time for Three.
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 2 in D, op. 36
HIGDON: “Fanfare Ritmico”
HIGDON: Concerto 4-3—featuring Time for Three members Nick Kendall (violin), Charles Yang, (violin), and Ranaan Meyer (double bass)
Conducted by Bruce Hangen