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KALISTOS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA FEATURES WORLD PREMIERE BY DAVID CARPENTER
AND RENOWNED CELLO SOLOIST DENNIS PARKER IN ONLY BOSTON PERFORMANCE
Boston, MA (September 2, 2004) – Kalistos Chamber Orchestra opens its
third season with the world premiere of David Carpenter’s Overture
Apollo as well as a Boston premiere of Liduino Pitombeira’s concerto
for Cello and Orchestra. Written in 2000 and dedicated to our
featured soloist, Dennis Parker, the work incorporates folk and
rhythmic elements of his native Brazilian culture with sonorities and
characteristics of other Latin cultures as well as American Jazz.
This concert is the only opportunity for Boston audiences to hear the
internationally acclaimed Parker’s interpretation of this tremendous
Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for students/ senior citizens, and are
available at the door or by calling 617-393-1960.
Kalistos Chamber Orchestra featuring guest artist Dennis Parker
David Carpenter Overture Apollo (2004)
Concerto for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 53 (2000)
Featuring Dennis Parker
Josef Suk Serenade in E flat for
Strings, Op. 6 (1892)
Sunday, September 26, 2004.
St. Paul’s Church
15 St. Paul Street
Kalistos Chamber Orchestra was formed in the winter of 2002 by a group
of Boston area musicians brought together by their common love of music
and a desire to contribute to the community. These players share
a willingness to bring their varied backgrounds, perspectives, and
experiences together in a collaborative environment, creating an
orchestra that is democratic in its artistic direction. The group
is fully rotational both musically and administratively, allowing each
member an opportunity to explore a broad range of responsibilities and
roles. For more information visit http://www.kalistos.org.