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Boston Summer Arts Weekend
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Boston Summer Arts Weekend - Friday, July 27, 2012
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COPLEY STAGE                   FRI  |  SAT  |  SUN         See all free events

FREE EVENTS SCHEDULE for SUNDAY, JULY 29, 2012

The final day of Summer Arts Weekend is dedicated to classical music performances, but takes some unorthodox turns. The piano duo Anderson & Roe will show that classical can be fresh, funky and fun while Igudesman and Joo will bring some theatrical flair to their performance. Alison Balsom and the Boston Landmarks Orchestra will round out the afternoon.

After the music ends on the Copley Stage, continue your night with a Copley Club performance. Learn more about these exclusive ticketed events and buy tickets here.
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(David Swift)

1:00 P.M. New England Conservatory - Contemporary Improv Showcase

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The New England Conservatory's Contemporary Improvisation trains creative musicians to broaden their musical palettes. The program will feature several of the department's most engaging student ensembles.
(Brent Cline)

2:15 P.M. Anderson & Roe

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Juilliard-trained duo Anderson & Roe are known for tipping classical music on its head by giving traditional songs a funky edge and transforming pop hits into powerful piano pieces.
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(Julia Wesely)

3:30 P.M. Igudesman and Joo

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Whether they're trying to break a world record or just recording backstage sketches, Igudesman and Joo bring theatrical flair and fun to their performances on and off stage.
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(alisonbalsom.com)

4:45 P.M. Alison Balsom with the Landmarks Orchestra featuring visiting conductor Christoper Warren Green

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Trumpeter Alison Balsom is credited with beginning a feminine touch to a traditionally masculine instrument. She won the Female Artist of the Year at the 2011 Classical Brit Awards.
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About the event

From July 27-29, WGBH and The Boston Globe teamed up to create the first Summer Arts Weekend. Presented by Citizens Bank, this free weekend event brought a dynamic variety of arts to a stage in the heart of Boston at Copley Square. Learn more.

This site provides a recap of the weekend's great performances, the schedule of performances, and the list of arts deals running through fall 2012. Check back in early 2013 for information about next year's Summer Arts Weekend.

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