Natalie Calma

violinist | improviser

Feb
2
3:00 PM15:00

Box Not Found: Stories - EBPL

We’re taking our fall/winter program, Box Not Found: Stories, to the East Boston Public Library! This performance is open to the public at no cost. This program will feature brand new works by composers Camila Agosto, Ariel Friedman and Ian Wiese.

Each composer has written a piece inspired by a story that has a significant impact in their personal life.

Camila Agosto: New Work
Ariel Friedman: Joshua Fit The Battle
Ian Wiese: What a Fast Little Engine! : Scenes from ‘Choo-Choo’
Natalie Calma: going places

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Nov
9
6:00 PM18:00

Box Not Found: Stories, with Peridot - NYC

Box Not Found is kicking off our second season with our newest program, Box Not Found: Stories, featuring brand new works by composers Ariel Friedman and Ian Wiese.

Each composer has written a piece inspired by a story that has a significant impact in their personal life.

Edith Canat de Chizy: Irisations pour violin solo (1999)
Ariel Friedman: Joshua Fit The Battle
Ian Wiese: What a Fast Little Engine! : Scenes from ‘Choo-Choo’
Natalie Calma: going places

This program is part of a double-billed performance alongside the new contemporary vocal duo, PERIDOT.

All proceeds will be donated to the NYC-based organization, Make The Road New York.

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Nov
4
4:00 PM16:00

Box Not Found: Stories, with Peridot - Boston

Box Not Found is kicking off our second season with our newest program, Box Not Found: Stories, featuring brand new works by composers Ariel Friedman and Ian Wiese.

Each composer has written a piece inspired by a story that has a significant impact in their personal life.

Edith Canat de Chizy: Irisations pour violin solo (1999)
Ariel Friedman: Joshua Fit The Battle
Ian Wiese: What a Fast Little Engine! : Scenes from ‘Choo-Choo’
Natalie Calma: going places

This program is part of a double-billed performance alongside the new contemporary vocal duo, PERIDOT.

All proceeds will be donated to the Boston-based organization, Chica Project.

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May
20
4:30 PM16:30

Music for Food: Fund Raiser

The concept of Music for Food came into existence over dinner with friends and colleagues. We spoke about the need to use our training and talents to serve our community. We felt that a concert series with a focus on fighting hunger here at home would serve artists, audiences, and more importantly, those in need.

Music for Food is a model that is sustainable and replicable for musicians who wish to act for hunger relief in their own communities.

Kim Kashkashian, Artistic Director | Founder

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May
12
7:30 PM19:30

Kygo: Kids in Love Tour

Norwegian superstar, Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, a.k.a Kygo, announces the “Kids in Love Tour” with Blackbear.  The highly anticipated tour will be in Boston at TD Garden on May 12, 2018 in support of his sophomore album Kids in Love via Sony Music Sweden/Ultra Music/RCA Records – due November 3

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Oct
28
8:00 PM20:00

Box Not Found with Kalos, Live in Boston

Box Not Found will be joining Kalos for a double-billed concert, opening the evening with works by Mischa Salkind-PearlIcli Zitella and Andy Vores.

Kalos, featuring Anna K. Larson, voice (Frändefors, Sweden), Angela Shankar, clarinet (NYC), and Maria Finkelmeier, percussion (Boston), come together once again to perform new works and arrangements fusing their Swedish and American roots, including works by the ensemble and Beau Kenyon (Boston), Seth Bedford (NYC) and Gísli Jóhann Grétarsson(Oslo, Norway).

$15 suggested donation (BYOB, with a bit provided!)

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Oct
20
7:30 PM19:30

Box Not Found: Introduction

Box Not Found kicks off their debut season with an introduction performance of pieces that have made our past and points towards our future. Our program includes works by Andy Vores, Mischa Salkind-Pearl, Icli Zitella (world premiere) and a set of improvisation alongside poetry by Natalie Calma.

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Sep
16
7:30 PM19:30

Odyssey Opera: The Maid of Orléans, Tchaikovsky

The Maid of Orléans represents Tchaikovsky’s closest approach to French grand opera with its large-scale cast and orchestra. Presented in concert the opera tells the tale of Joan of Arc. While the composer’s libretto remains true to much of the Joan legend, including her visions, strength in battle and fiery martyrdom, this lush romantic work also tells the story of a conflicted Father who ultimately betrays her and of her love for Lionel, a Burgundian Knight. Tchaikovsky’s impassioned score creates a nuanced musical portrait of the intrepid young woman who led the French army to victory.

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