Arabella is currently booking recitals for 2013.
The Arabella Ensemble has concertized across the USA providing engaging and inspiring programs to audiences.
Their recent performances have been heard at Smith College, The Boston Athenaeum, The 400th Anniversary of Sante Fe, NM at The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, The Wednesday Evening Concert Series at St. John the Evangelist on Bowdoin Street (Boston, MA), Music@ASC Concert Series at the Arlington Street Church (Boston, MA), Historic Highfield Hall (Falmouth, MA), Outpost 186 (Cambridge, MA) and the Noontunes Concert Series at Church of the Messiah (Woods Hole, MA).
The Arabella Ensemble's programs range from baroque to modern classical music.
They have been praised for their exciting and inviting programs.
The 2013 season will bring premieres of works by Texas composer Dr. Elisabeth Mehl Greene and Boston composer Frank Warren.
To book the ensemble for a concert or recital, please contact us via the website or make contact with one of the ensemble members listed below.
Each concert is varied based on the program and availability of our instrumental and vocal artists.
Founders of the ensemble, collaborative pianist Emily Murphy and soprano Sarah Bach, began as a duo in 2007 (Duo Inspiré).
Their goal in expanding the ensemble was to further the diversity of programming with a continued interest in promoting the arts and sharing the history of music within creative concert formats.
Sarah Bach: belcantobach(at)hotmail(dot)com
Emily Murphy: emilymurphy2(at)gmail(dot)com
Please feel free to contact us regarding fees.
The Arabella Ensemble's fees cover travel expenses and artist fees and there is a range for fees depending on the size of the ensemble needed for any given program.
Recital programs can be crafted for the occasion and there are other recital formats available for viewing on the repertoire page.
A press packet and demo cd are available by contacting us via the contact us page.
The Recital (1791) by Jean Carolus