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POST-GAZETTE, JULY 29, 2011 Page 9 ....... i ...... ...... .... 'i! by J-Iilda M. Morrill i Lee its installation in , Chihuly's "Lime Green Icicle Tower" has made such a resounding impact ol~,~nembers and Noted Boston artist Barbara Gerber, right, weleol~es her visito~tt~ MFA friend and Wellington, Florida resident Joan Sellman to . has launched a caxnpaign to the Chihuly exhibit at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, raise more than $1 million (Photo by Hilda M. Morrill) We all have until Sunday, August 7 to visit, or revisit, what has been called "a magical wonderland to de- light Alice herself" via the Museum of Fine Arts' cur- rent exhibition of "Chihuly: Through the Looking Glass." The highly popular exhibit presents new and early works created over the last four decades by Dale Chihuly, one of the world's foremost artists working in glass. "Chihuly: Through the Looking Glass" features 12 boldly hued installations. Nine of these glass instal- lations are on view in the MFA's Ann and Graham Gund Gallery. which serves as the main stage for the exhibition. Three additional artworks are displayed within and outside of the Museum's For more information, please call 617-267-9300 or visit www.mfa.org. ....... On Wednesday, Au- gust 3, at 12:30 p.m., al fresco lunch goers at the Harvard Longwood Campus will enjoy a free midday con- cert from harmonica player and guitarist Nod Socha. The blues musician who hails from Italy will join a list of talented artists performing for free every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. through September 7, weather permitting. Hailing from Carpi, a small town in Northern Italy, Socha is anything but a typical blues musician. Originally a classical musi- cian, Socha discovered blues after he began studying with Enrico Zanella, Socha's teacher at Musicology, a to purchase the 42-foot-tall work of art. {Photo by Ililda M,i Morrilll where he was awar~ a full scholarship to attend the Berklee College of Music Five-Week Summer Perfor- mance Program after per- forming for a panel of Berklee representatives. During his summer at Berklee, Socha won many accolades including a full- tuition scholarship to con- tinue his studies at Berklee as a full-time college stu- dent. Socha's influences in- clude Mississippi John Hurt, Muddy Waters, B.B. King, and Lightening Hopkins. Through more than 65 years, Berklee College of Music has evolved to support the belief that the best way to prepare students for ca- reers in music is through contemporary music educa- 80 countries, and a music industry "who's who" of alumni who have received 200 Grammy Awards, Berk- lee is considered by many to be the world's premier learning lab for the music of today -- and tomorrow. For more information on Berklee concerts in neigh- borhoods all over Boston this summer, visit Berklee.edu/ events~summer. ....... The Forbes House Museum in Milton will cel- ebrate the departure of its early Milton Hill resident, Governor Thomas Hutchin- son, on Sunday, Septem- ber 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the 88 Wharf Street Restaurant. The irreverent, but not his- torically accurate, re-enact- ment and cocktail reception will be held in conjunction with Hutchinson's departure and will include a fife and drum procession down::to Milton Wharf, where the Governor's neighbors and friends will have gathered to greet him. "The Governor" will also be accompanied to the wharf by, a~ec~tal regim~t (The :Gardner Regimerit of Char- lestown) that will fire a mus- ket salute upon his arrival. After mingling with his friends and neighbors on the terrace of 88 Wharf Street, he will be introduced and de- liver his farewell remarks. At the conclusion of his "historically inaccurate re- marks," he will be escorted to the water's edge by the fife and drummers and the Gardner Regiment and board an open vessel to be transported down the Neponset River toward Dorchester Point "to sail back to England" aboard the Minerva. As his vessel be- gins to pass from view, the regiment will fire a final musket volley as guests drink a "colonial grog" toast to their departing Milton neighbor. Governor Hutchinson was the last civilian Royal Gov- ernor of the Massachusetts Colony and lived for several years at his Milton summer home on Adams Street, af- ter angry colonists who were members of the Sons of Liberty burned down his Boston residence. The large Reenactment Event Committee includes Peggy and Dick Dray, Sandy and Gregory Dowries, Nancy Gallagher, Shelley Gallagher, Jim and Maggie Hayes, Trish Karter, Lueinda and Richard Larson, Susan Mann, Pam Lazares, Carolyn Burke, Annie Sullivan, Otile McManlis, Sara Harnish, Cha:r!ie Truslow, Liz Dier- nan, Tony Will, Craig Dolan, Meredith :Hall, Candace Aiello, Maria Karagianis, Isabel Perkins, Ben and Barbara Phinney, Brad Richardson, Adam and Joan Sholley, Linda Weld, Jane and Richard Howe, Kai Armstrong, Pat Dowling, (Continued on Page 13) soaring, glass-enclosed Ruthsmall music school in tion. The college was the and Carl J. Shapiro Family Modena, Italy. first in the U.S. to teach jazz, Courtyard, including the In 2008, Socha attended athe popular music of the time. 42-foot-tall , "LimeGreen "Berklee in Italy" program atIt incorporated rock n' roll Available at 'the MFA gift shop, the beautiful book "Mille Icicle Tower.' the Umbria Jazz Festival, in the 1960s; created the Fiori" is a play on the Italian word millefiori (one world's first degree programsthousand flowers). The Chihuly "Fiori Series sculptures I I in film scoring, music syn- are considered by many to be "magical gardens" full of l ~- (~ I l /~ I thesis and songwriting; and,floral forms and designs. (Photo by Hilda M. Morrill) ] [ ] I I [ { / Mc r oGallo ] in recent years, added world I L L .j] I music, hip-hop, electronica, I I and video-game music to its I ~_ // } . l curriculum. 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