CRWE Digital Collaboration 2021
Calling all Boston area woodwind, brass, and percussion musicians!
The Charles River Wind Ensemble, Boston's premier community wind ensemble, invites community, collegiate, and professional musicians to collaborate in a digital ensemble project. Join us for virtual rehearsals led by our renowned Artistic Director, Matthew M. Marsit, to prepare and record your part, making your statement that Boston's thriving music scene cannot be silenced by this pandemic.
To celebrate technology-empowered creativity, this project will bring Vicente Ortiz Gimeno’s symphonic work, “Poirot,” to life... digitally! Rehearsals begin in February, with recordings due in March, and a performance broadcast in April.
Ready to make music? Fill out this form by January 31, 2021, to connect with a CRWE section leader.
Agatha Christie’s famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, relies on his “gray cells” for cunning deduction as he travels the world solving difficult crimes. For many years Poirot was portrayed brilliantly by British actor David Suchet.
Boston’s Premier Community Wind Ensemble
The Charles River Wind Ensemble (CRWE) is the premiere community wind ensemble of the Greater Boston metropolitan area dedicated to the performance of classical and contemporary repertoire originally conceived for winds and percussion. Our members are chosen through selective audition and represent a wide-variety of professions, backgrounds and ages.