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French and American Connections
Join performance faculty members Pascale Delache-Feldman, double bass and Emmanuel Feldman, cello, for a truly diverse Franco-American musical journey narrated by the performers. It starts in Paris with duos by Jean Barrière (Sonate a Deux), followed by the rich and stylish music of Jacques Offenbach (Suite) and Gounod’s Bach inspired “Ave Maria”. The American part of the program begins in New York with a salute to the 75th anniversary of the passing of the ever-popular George Gershwin, followed by Pulitzer Prize winning composer John Harbison (Deep Dances written for Cello e Basso), Berklee composer Andrew List (“Love Dances”), and original music for the duo by Emmanuel Feldman.
|Where||Granoff Music Center at Tufts University 20 Talbot Ave, Medford, MA 02155|
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More About Granoff Music Center at Tufts University
The Granoff Music Center at Tufts University is based on Talbot Avenue and is the home to the Tufts Music Department. The location offers various facilities for students as well as the box office, and also holds numerous events and concerts. Some events include concerts, guest performances, children's concerts, workshops and more, including the Tufts Community Music Program for children and adults.
The location offers classrooms, practice rooms and rehearsal spaces, as well as the Distler Performance Hall, a 300-seat recital hall. Also located here are the box office, faculty offices, a computer lab, storage room, acoustically sealed classrooms and more. The facilities can be rented for events and other occasions, including for companies, ensembles, individuals, Tufts alumni, or other groups. Check the main site for a full schedule of upcoming events or for information on tickets or the facility.