Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
465 Huntington Avenue
One of the brightest young stars in Baroque music today, Christophe Rousset, founder and conductor of Talens Lyriques and a French musician of exceptional talent will perform, for this rare Boston appearance, on a historical harpsichord by Henri Hemsch (Paris, probably 1736) from the Museumís collection. Program of music by Couperin and Bach.
Not to be missed!
Presented by the MFA in collaboration with the Boston Early Music Festival and the Cultural Services of the French Consulate.
Tickets: $20 BEMF and MFA members, students and seniors ; $25 general admission.
Reserved front-of-house seating (within the first three rows of Remis Auditorium) is available for an additional $5. Tickets can be purchased in advance in person at the Remis Box Office, by phone : 617-369-3306 and on-line at http://www.mfa.org/
Christophe Rousset : Program by Couperin and Bach