Unitas Ensemble & Boston String Academy Stringfest

featuring new works by Amir Bitran & Paul Desenne
Roxbury Community College Theatre

Reservation details to be announced.

Young musicians from Boston String Academy take the stage at Roxbury Community College alongside Unitas Ensemble, whose founder and artistic director Lina González-Granados makes debuts in 2021-22 with the San Francisco Symphony and the New York Philharmonic.

The program is anchored by two world premieres in our 2022 Four By One commissioning project: composers Amir Bitran and Paul Desenne will create to-be-announced works for four instrumentalists with one-minute solos for each of the performers and a one-minute conclusion that brings them all together.  

Composer and biophysicist Amir Bitran sees inspiration just about everywhere to create his compositions: his multicultural, multilingual Jewish and Latin American upbringing; rock and pop artists like Green Day and Queen; international folk traditions; the natural world; and the inner workings of cells, notably DNA and protein-folding processes.

Cellist and composer Paul Desenne threads together Latin American influences heard in his native Venezuela and beyond with global and academic inspirations from his time in Paris: he creates a lush, rhythmic world of sound. 


From innovative concerts in the comfort of your living room to outdoor collaboration featuring virtuosic Boston-based artists, this season will feel both familiar and new!

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Support for this performance is provided by these generous Neighborhood Arts funders.

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