THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT
Mu Phi Epsilon Dallas Alumni Chapter presents Boulanger Quartet: Lakshmi Ananthakrishnan, violin; Sing-Yi Feng, violin; Matthew Lewis, cello; Noah DeGarmo, piano in concert on February 28th, 2021. These concerts are usually held at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library First Floor Auditorium in Dallas TX but at this current time library is closed and we will be holding our online on our website at http://muphiepsilondallas.org until further notice.
The Boulanger Quintet was founded in April 2018 by an emergency physician, a pediatric emergency physician/medical toxicologist, a radiologist, a biomedical engineer and a medical student who all love medicine and music. They chose their name for their group for the early twentieth-century French musician sisters - the Boulangers. Lili Boulanger was a talented composer and the first female winner of the prestigious Prix de Rome composition competition. She, unfortunately, passed away at age 24 from tuberculosis in 1918. Her sister Nadia was a famous composer, pianist, and pedagogue who taught such students as Philip Glass and Daniel Barenboim. We wanted to continue to convey their love of music and education. We are grateful for coachings from Mark Miller of Mount Vernon Music and Matthew Kline. We look forward to sharing our music with you!
Concert Program: Piano Quartet by Robert Schumann