The Brattleboro Music Center presents the second concert in the EOS (Educate. Open. Strengthen.) Project, as a direct response to questions about social justice as it pertains to the world of classical music and institutions such as the BMC.
Developed and led by BMC faculty member Heather Sommerlad, EOS is envisioned as a collaborative effort of BMC Music School faculty and other local musicians to actively seek out and intentionally study and perform music by composers who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, as well as composers who identify as anything other than cis male.
The EOS Project accepts that as our country reckons with its history of oppression, we as
individuals must work to understand our own implicit biases. In the music world, bias can be seen in concert halls, both on stage and in the music performed.
EOS Project will perform:
Javier Alvarez--Metro Chabacano
Joel Thompson--In Response to the Madness
Irene Sazer--Duet for two Fiddles
William Grant Still--Lyric String Quartet
Kathy Andrew, Heather Sommerlad, violin; Emily Packard, viola; Zon Eastes, cello
Saturday, June 19, 2021, 5:00 pm
Brattleboro Music Center Auditorium
$20 General Seating