dsheadsht.pngAttention Boston (and NY) shoppers!  The world-premiere run of David Salvage’s String Quartet No. 2 is at hand.  The Arcturus Chamber Ensemble will do the honors, starting this Friday, June 1, at 8pm, at Adams House JCR, Harvard University.  They’ll do it again on Saturday night at 7:30 at the First Religious Society, Carlisle and, just to be on the safe side, one more time on Monday, June 11 at 7:30pm, at the Harvard Club, here in the Center of the Universe. 

There will be other works on all the programs, probably by dead white guys.  The concerts are free and open to the public although the Harvard Club requires you to “look spiffy,” according to Master Salvage.  I used to go there years ago with my old buddy Whit Stillman (whatever happened to him anyway) and it was pretty tight-assed then.  Probably hasn’t changed much.

3 thoughts on “David Does Harvard”
  1. Hey All — the Harvard Club concert is apparently at 7:00 — NOT 7:30. My mistake.

  2. Hey David, congratulations!

    Of course, the University of Chicago really is the center of the academic universe, even if some folks from Hopkins keep correcting me that Hopkins is really the center of the universe. You get the idea…

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