Accolades for Charles Shadle and David Deveau

Boston Musical Intelligencer

REVIEW
June 4, 2017
Rockport Chamber Music Festival at 36

by Vance R Koven

 

After Friday’s gala, celebrity opening of the 36th Rockport Chamber Music Festival, the first regular concert got down the serious business of chamber music Saturday, as pianist David Deveau began his 22nd and final year as the festival’s artistic director. Violinist Bayla Keyes, violist Steven Ansell, and cellist Michael Reynolds, three of the founding members of the Muir Quartet, of which the latter two are still members, joined him in a concert which included a world premiere of a locally themed work by MIT composer Charles Shadle. READ

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