Newspaper Archive of
Boston, Massachusetts
June 7, 2013     Post-Gazette
PAGE 9     (9 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 9     (9 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 7, 2013

Newspaper Archive of Post-Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 7, 2013 Page 9 Socially 8eerie b 9 00lngela Cornacchio Chefs in Shorts 2013 hits the Seaport Harbor on Friday, June 14 th. (Photo Let the Cook Off Begin .... The 16 th annual Chef in Shorts will take place at The Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Boule- vard, Boston (along the upper level viaduct) with the-event beginning at 7:00 pm. The competition will feature a grill-off between chefs who create their favorite dishes, with desserts, beer and wine also being available to guests in addition to the BBQ items. A few of the local celebrity foodies who will be at Chefs in Shorts include Jay Silva (Bambara), Jose Duarte (Taranta), Andy Husbands (Tremont 647), William Kovel (Catalyst), Sara Ross (Kickass Cupcakes), Paul Wahlberg (Alma Nove and Wahlburgers) and Rodney Murillo (Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse) along with many others. The event is being held to support, Future Chefs'. Their mission is to prepare urban youth in Greater Boston for quality early employment and post-secondary education opportunities in the culinary field and to support them in developing a broad base of transferable skills as they transition into the working world. For more information on the organization you can visit: A summer in the city barbecue-based competition is returning to the Seaport courtesy of examiner.corn) District of Boston and as always cooking up the party are some of the area's best-known chefs. The event takes place on Friday, June 14 t from 7:00-9:30 pm. The venue is the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center. For details and tickets visit www. seaportboston, com. Mozart Makes His Way to the Hub .... Mozart's own vio- lin and viola to be performed and displayed for the first time in the United States at the June 2013 Boston Early Music Festival on Monday, June 10 th. On Monday, June 10 at 8:00 pm in NEC's Jordan Hall, the BEMF Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation Quartet will per- form a concert of chamber music from Mozart's Vien- nese period featuring the great composer's very own violin and viola. Playing Mozart's violin -- and mak- ing her BEMF dGbut -- will be virtuoso Amandine Beyer. Beyer has been hailed as a "wonderfully expressive and sensitive violinist with a secure technique, clear and sonorous tone and discreet approach to ornamentation" (The Strad). Beloved violinist and violist in the BEMF Orchestra and founder of Solamente Naturali, Milos Valent will play Mozart's viola. In addition to his popular appearances at past Real Estate Matto Gallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 Fax (617) 523-3530 [ . . 1 I I II festivals, Valent has been praised by The New York Times for his "lavish but tasteful ornamentation." Su- perstar keyboardist and Mozart interpreter Kristian Bezuidenhout joins the quar- tet on fortepiano. Proclaimed as "Mozart Reincarnated" for his "rare rhetorical and poetic gifts" by De Telegraaf, Bezuidenhout returns to the BEMF concert stage for the sixth (6 th) consecutive festi- val! Completing the BEMF Salzburg Mozarteum Quartet is one of the world's leading clarinetists, Eric Hoeprich. Regarded as perhaps the definitive interpreter of Mozart's oeuvre for the clari- net, he has won acclaim for piaying which is "wonderfully fluent and nimble" (The Boston Globe). The concert will be pre- ceded by a special talk at 6:30 pm at Williams Hall at New England Conserva- tory featuring two experts from the staff of the Salz t burg Mozarteum Foundation, Ulrich Leisinger, Head of Research and Johannes Honsig-Erlenburg, President. In addition to the perfor- mance, Mozart's own violin and viola will be on display as part of the opening day of the world famous BEMF Exhibi- tion on Wednesday, June 12 t at the Revere Hotel, Boston. From June 12 th to June 15 th the world famous exhibition is host to tradespeople from across the globe, with top makers of period instru- ments joined by schools of music, performers, pub- lishers and more. These storied instruments have been richly preserved and are exhibited courtesy of the Salzburg Mozarteum Founda- tion for the first three hours of the exhibition, from 10:00 am to i:00 pm. Recognized as the preemi- nent early music presenter and Baroque opera producer in North America, the Bos- ton Early Music Festival has been credited with securing Boston's reputation. Founded in 1981, the Boston Early Music Festival offers diverse programs and activities, including three Grammy- nominated opera recordings, an annual concert series that brings early music's brightest stars to the Boston and New York concert stages and a biennial week-long fes- tival and exhibition recog- nized as the "world's leading festival of early music" (The Times, London). The 17 th Bos- ton Early Music Festival will I DIAMONDS 1 ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 History finds its way into the Hub, Mozart's violin will be on display Wednesday, June 12 th at the Revere Hotel. (Photo courtesy of take place from June 9-16, 2013 and will be highlighted by several performances of Almira; the first opera by the celebrated and prolific com- poser, George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), in its first fully staged and historically con- ceived production outside of Germany. The 2013 Boston Early Music Festival is presented with support from the Mas- sachusetts Cultural Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Constellation Center, 99.5 All Classical, Harpsi- chord Clearing House, Zuck- ermann Harpsichords Inter- national, The Gregory E. Bulger Foundation, and U.S. Trust/Bank of America Pri- vate Wealth Management. Directly responsible for administering the legacy of Mozart, the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation was established by the City of Salzburg's citizens in 1841. Its mission is to establish a bridge between tradition and contemporary culture in the spirit of Mozart. It offers vary- ing perspectives on Mozart's timeless genius, thus open- ing up new approaches and fresh ideas. The 100- employee private non-profit organization cultivates the legacy of Mozart in its three central areas including con- certs, museums and aca- demic research. In the edu- cational sphere, with the "Open Your Ears!" program for children, young people and families; the Mozarteum also organizes concerts, tours, workshops and instructional visits for young guests. By linking almost 100 Mozart communities worldwide, the Mozarteum keeps Mozart's heritage alive all over the globe. Select projects dis- seminate knowledge about the life and work of Mozart, with the Mozarteum pro- viding support for more cul- tural initiatives abroad as well. In each of the areas the Mozarteum's sponsors will find numerous opportunities for an appropriate demonstra- tion of their commitment. Audiences will enjoy the unique experience of hear- ing these historic instru- ments in an all-star concert performance on Monday, June I0 th as well as viewing them in a special display at the BEMF Exhibition on Wed- nesday, June 12  at the Re- vere Hotel, Boston. Williams Hall is located at 30 Gains- borough Street, Boston and can be reached at (617) 585- 1122. For information on the show and tickets visit www.bemforg for full details. Chicago Makes Its Way Back To Boston .... Reagle Music Theatre is bringing the hit production of Chicago back to the city on June 13 t through the 23 rd. This "killer" Tony and Oscar-winning musical fol- lows two merry murderesses and their slick lawyer through 1920s Chicago. The longest running American musical in Broadway history makes its Waltham pre- miere. A dazzling new pro- (Continued on Page 13) O JUSTINE YANDLE PHOTOGRAPHY 781.589.7347 JUSTIN E.YANDLE@GMAIL.COM WWW.J USTINEYANDLEPHOTOGRAPHY.COM