Join Arts Wayland at First Parish in Wayland on Sunday, June 4 at 4 p.m. for a concert by Summer Winds Quintet.
Summer Winds celebrates the outdoors through the centuries. Three Short Pieces of Jacques Ibert convey the gaiety and charm of 1930s Paris. Darius Milhaud’s Cheminée du Roi René (The Chimney of King René), one of the twentieth century’s most beloved works for woodwinds, is a pageant of medieval Provence. Jousts, jugglers, hunters, wild boars, and the haunting call of curfew recall a heartier and simpler time. Concluding the program is a world premiere performance inspired by dreams and the swirling resonance of woodwinds. Leaves to the Wind, a quintet for our time, honors the past with melodies from beyond.
GROUP BIO: Summer Winds performs music to inspire and delight. Drawing upon New England’s most accomplished instrumentalists, its players are heard in venues and distinguished ensembles throughout the world. Summer Winds is dedicated to conveying and expanding the richness of woodwind repertoire to today’s audiences.
For more information and to purchase tickets ($15), click here. Tickets will also be available at the door.