Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Chameleons in the house

One of the groups that enlivens the Boston concert scene each year is the Chameleon Arts Ensemble, and once you take a look at their programs (the first of their new season come up this weekend), you can probably figure out the origin of that name. Deborah Boldin, the group's founder and artistic director, has a true knack for taking different strains of chamber music from across the ages and across cultures and throwing them together in illuminating ways, an approach that has brought the group national attention. The Chameleons will be in our Fraser Performance Studio tomorrow (Wednesday) at 11am for a live performance, and true to form, they're bringing along a set of pieces with a kaleidoscope of colors from Mozart, Debussy, and Takemitsu. And remember, the show comes up again at 6pm on All-Classical WGBH, on both 89.7-HD2 and the All-Classical internet stream. (photo: Susan Wilson)

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