Sunday Concert Series

Charlie Albright

Sunday, October 15, 1:30 pm
Calderwood Hall

Experience the music you know and love, as if for the first time. The art of improvisation is one that dates back further than written music itself. Join pianist, composer, and improviser Charlie Albright for an afternoon of live improvisation and witness the creation of new works that will never be heard the same way again.

The improvisation was...spectacular, and the spontaneity, even with stylistic similarity to Chopin and Rachmaninoff, kept one on the edge of one’s seat. The improvisation alone was worth the trip. Bravo—and encore!

— New York Concert Review


Chopin & Albright Improvisations, Part 2 of 2
Albright Improvisations

Music by this performer

Charlie Albright (27:41 )

Schubert’s Sonata in C Minor, D. 958


Tickets are required and include Museum admission.

SECTION A: Floor Level and First Balcony

Adults $36, seniors $33, members $24, students & children 7–17 $12 (children under 7 not admitted).

SECTION B: Second and Third Balconies

Adults $31, seniors $28, members $19, students & children 7–17 $12 (children under 7 not admitted).

  • Online, by clicking the TICKETS button above*
  • By calling the box office at 617 278 5156, Wednesday-Monday, 10 am-4 pm*
  • In person: Visit the Museum and purchase at the door, Wednesday-Monday, 11 am-4:30 pm

*Handling charges apply to these orders

The 2017-2018 Charlie Albright concert series is generously sponsored in part by Diane Gipson. The Sunday Concert Series is generously sponsored in part by Hemenway & Barnes LLP, the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, and the Mattina R. Proctor Foundation. The Museum thanks its generous concert donors: Fitzpatrick Family Concert; James Lawrence Memorial Concert; Alford P. Rudnick Memorial Concert; Marie Louise & David Scudder Concert; Wendy Shattuck Young Artist Concert; Willona Sinclair Memorial Concert.

The piano is dedicated as the Alex d’Arbeloff Steinway. The harpsichord was generously donated by Dr. Robert Barstow in memory of Marion Huse and its care is endowed in memory of Dr. Barstow by The Barstow Fund.

The Museum is also supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the State of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.