#Repost @meredithmonk with @get_repost
“Monk’s compositions extract every imaginable color and timbre of the human voice” - @alexrossmusic Throw back to @conorlangtonart ‘s delightful illustration of Meredith in the @newyorkermag from 2015! #colorsinthevoice #musicalartinspirationtuesday
#summerreading rec: A book by @craftmatic01's mom. As true for music as it is for architecture.
#tbt to just casually sitting on a log with our instruments in the woods in fancy attire. 📷 @treborserrot
“The Piano Lesson” by Frances Hodgkins #musicalartinspirationtuesday
Join us Monday night 👍🏻
Run, don’t walk, to hear our @amesasiteverwas play at Third Life Friday night.
For #musicalartinspirationtuesday here is Music, Pink and Blue No. 2 by Georgia O’Keeffe from 1918. It’s on view at the Whitney Museum of Art. From the Whitney: For many vanguard artists in the early twentieth century, music offered a model for expressing nonverbal emotional states and sensations. Georgia O'Keeffe was fascinated with what she called "the idea that music could be translated into something for the eye," but her references to music in the titles of her paintings derived equally from her belief that visual art, like music, could convey powerful emotions independent of representational subject matter. In Music—Pink and Blue II, the swelling, undulating forms imply a connection between the visual and the aural, while also suggesting the rhythms and harmonies that O’Keeffe perceived in nature. #musicpinkandblueno2 #georgiaokeeffe #whitneymuseum
#tbt to our big Quincy access television debut. Schubert cello quintet - we’d play that bad boy all day every day if we could. We miss you @ellacello #wedemandmorecelloquintets
For #musicalartinspirationtuesday - The Concert, by Vermeer, missing since 1990#Repost @gardnermuseum with @get_repost
Have you seen this painting?
The Concert by Vermeer is one of 13 works missing since March 18, 1990. The Gardner Museum continues to actively investigate the theft and works in partnership with the FBI and the US Attorney’s Office. If you have information or want to learn more, please visit our website: gardnermuseum.org/about/theft
Image: Johannes Vermeer (1632 - 1675), The Concert, 1663 - 1666, oil on canvas. #OnThisDay
#Repost @velleda_cello with @get_repost
The youngest and cutest member of our audience last night #craftensemble #adorablestudent #shostakovichpianoquintet #betsyshramm #emilydoolittle #postconcert #backstage #beautifulflowers