Winter/Spring 2014 Concerts at the Crane
Sundays from 3:00-4:00 p.m.
March 9, 2014: Irish Guitar & Fiddle 
Celebrate our proud Irish heritage with this rousing concert by world-renown acoustic guitarist Flynn Cohen  and fiddler Duncan Winckel . They have each performed all over the world with many notable acts in traditional and contemporary acoustic music. Flynn studied Music at Dartington College of Arts in Devon, England and at Mills College in Oakland, California and now teaches in the Music Department at Keene State College in New Hampshire, as well as The Music Emporium in Lexington, Massachusetts. Duncan is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music, teaches privately, and is collecting accolades for his performances; traditional, jazz, classical, and more. This concert will be held in the Atrium.
March 23, 2014: Flute and Harp Duo 
The 2014 Concerts at the Crane Winter/Spring series closes with what promises to be a joy-filled performance by Vanessa Holroyd (flute) and Barabara Poeschl-Edrich(harp).
Vanessa and Barbara have performed together as freelancers for various local ensembles for the past ten years. Their duo work together began in 2012, when they were invited to prepare a program for the opening of an exhibit of the art of Roger Kizik at the Dedee Shattuck Gallery in Westport, MA. The program was entitled "Bold Colors, Bright Sounds!" and was designed to be a reaction to the vibrancy of Kizik's paintings. The flute and harp can convey a broad range of musical color and style. They will select pieces from their favorite works and present a lively, fun program to welcome in the Spring! The following preview was filmed during a recent visit to QATV:
January 12, 2014: Cello Recital Featuring Luis Leguia
The opening concert in the 2014 winter concert series was a recital for solo cello by world renowned musician Luis Leguia. He performed works composed for unaccompanied cello by Johann Sebastian Bach and Zoltán-Kodály. He visited QATV and filmed the following intertview prior to the concert:
January 26, 2014: Gill Aharon Trio 
This fun jazz band is rarely a trio. Their influences include the cartoon music of the 50s and 60s, the drive of Led Zeppelin, the genius and humor of Frank Zappa, the perfection of Bach, the relentlessness of Ligeti, the courage of Medeski, Martin and Wood, the jam of live Phish, the beauty of the Beatles and the immersive nature of music. This concert was held in the Atrium. They stopped by QATV prior to the show and filmed the following:
February 9, 2014: Arneis String Quartet 
Arneis Quartet is the faculty ensemble in residence at the Dana Hall School of Music. The Quartet members are on the faculties of Boston University, Brookline Public Schools, the Chestnut Hill School, and act as coaches for the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras. Arneis has also been guest faculty of the Lyceum Music Festival in Park City, UT. Here is a sample from another performance of this fabulous group:
Local favorites flutist Peter H. Bloom and guitarist Mark Leighton have performed together for over 20 years, winning praise for superb musicianship and entertaining concerts spanning the classical and jazz traditions. They've performed at museums colleges, and libraries across the Northeast. They will perform pieces from Schubert, Jaques Ibert, Mauro Giuliani, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and selections from the Great American Songbook. They stopped by QATV and filmed the following preview:
More Music From Library Performers
Look here for a list of CDs and concert DVDs  of artists who have performed at the Crane. Borrow them from the library and relive a performance you enjoyed or catch one that you missed!