Pianist Sarah Bob, hailed as “sumptuous and eloquent” by The Boston Globe, is an active soloist and chamber musician noted for her charismatic performances, colorful playing and diverse programming. Considered a “trailblazer when it comes to championing the works of modern composers and combining art media in the process,” she is founding director of the New Gallery Concert Series, a series that combines new music and new visual art along with their creators. She is an original member of Firebird Ensemble, Primary Duo, and Radius Ensemble and most recently, Sarah became the Classical Music Director of the Stone Mountain Arts Center to program, perform, and bring in the highest quality of musicians. The goal, her strong suit, is to introduce music in a loving, inclusive, and intoxicating way. Recognized as a risk taker and cited for an “ideal combination of all-stops-out abandon and sure-footed technical control,” her accolades range from top prizewinner of Holland’s International Gaudeamus Competition to New England Conservatory’s Outstanding Alumni Award. Sarah can be heard on Tzadik, Avie Records, NLM, Cauchemar Records, Albany, Oxingale and BMOP/Sound labels. She is presently working on her second solo album which includes David Rakowski's prélude Mind the Gap #18, the result of Sarah's request for a recomposing and recasting of material from his own orchestral work Stolen Moments. For more information, please go to www.sarahbob.net.


Moonshine Room at Club Café | March 5, 2012
Club Oberon in Harvard Square | February 6, 2012
Club Oberon in Harvard Square | November 29, 2010
Moonshine Room at Club Café | March 11, 2008
Moonshine Room at Club Café | January 17, 2007
Moonshine Room at Club Café | December 5, 2006
Moonshine Room at Club Café | January 11, 2005
Moonshine Room at Club Café | November 16, 2004
Moonshine Room at Club Café | May 11, 2004
Moonshine Room at Club Café | February 10, 2004

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[News Coverage] Lisa Bielawa's double CD release concert is characteristically captivating

Sunday at Galapagos composer/singer/multi-instrumentalist Lisa Bielawa and an inspired cast of indie classical types played a stunningly eclectic mix of new material from her two latest albums, Chance Encounter (with the Knights and soprano Susan Narucki) and In Medias Res (with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project conducted by Gil Rose).

Lucid Culture Full review
[Concert Review] Change of venue is music to their ears

On Tuesday night, I attended two richly satisfying concerts without stepping foot in a concert hall. The first was a new music program presented by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project at the Moonshine Room of the popular Club Cafe in the South End; the second was a performance by the up-and-coming Parker String Quartet in the Lizard Lounge, a low-slung basement club space in Cambridge. Next month, the Firebird Ensemble will perform in a local barbecue joint.

The Boston Globe Full review