Lea Luboshutz with son Boris Goldovsky rehearsing in Maine (circa 1935).
Events are available in various formats:
■ The author is available to discuss the book, read selections, and lead discussions.
■ A more extensive multi-media program is also available featuring live music (the Franck Sonata for Violin and Piano), author narration, and projections. In addition to an author fee, the local venue will supply, contract with, and pay the musicians directly. One short rehearsal is required.
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A brief list of upcoming events is provided below. Click on an event name below to view specific information for time, location, RSVP and ticket purchase instructions, and so on. For a comprehensive list of all events, please click here.
The Concord Chamber Music Society presents The Nightingale’s Sonata, September 15, 2019 at 6 pm at the Concord Free Public Library.
Thomas Wolf, narrator; Boston Symphony Orchestra violinist, Wendy Putnam; and pianist, Vytas Baksys
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC with advance registration through the Concord Free Public Library.
An afternoon of music, historical photographs and readings from Dr. Thomas Wolf’s new book The Nightingale’s Sonata. This richly woven tapestry centers around his grandmother, the legendary violinist Lea Luboshutz, and her remarkable musical family. Spanning generations, from the shores of the Black Sea to the glittering concert halls of New York, it is also the story of César Franck’s magnificent violin sonata, which will be performed during the event.