Victor Rosenbaum, an internationally recognized pianist will open LiveARTS’ 2017-2018 season with an all-Beethoven concert on September 17, 2019. Rosenbaum has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the world and has achieved particular acclaim for his interpretations of Beethoven and Schubert. He has served as chair of the piano department at New England Conservatory and directed the Longy School of Music in Cambridge. Mr. Rosenbaum is generously donating his performance to benefit LiveARTS.
LiveARTS, a Franklin-based chamber music concert series, is dedicated to presenting classical music featuring outstanding Boston-area and national musicians in a local setting. LiveARTS is celebrating its 15th season in Franklin. Additional concerts this year include the LiveARTS String Quartet on October 22, the Boston Trio on February 25, and Boston Symphony Orchestra oboist Keisuke Wakao and friends on April 8. Artistic Director Donald Krishnaswami is a violist and composer and a founding member of the resident LiveARTS String Quartet. In announcing the season, he notes: “We are excited to have such outstanding artists celebrate our anniversary year with us, including old friends Irina Muresanu (Boston Trio) and Keisuke Wakao, who have performed with us in prior years. Boston is a world musical center, and we are delighted to bring some of that richness to the Franklin area.”
All concerts take place at 3:00 p.m. in the Meetinghouse of the First Universalist Society in Franklin at 262 Chestnut Street. Located in a beautiful natural setting, the Meetinghouse is accessible for all. LiveARTS strives to offer tickets at an affordable price. Tickets can be purchased online at www.liveartsma.org, or at the door.
For regular concerts:
Seniors (60+): $15
Students (18 and younger): free
Full season subscription (including September 18 benefit concert):
For September 18 benefit:
Families with Children: $75
Students: By donation