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Alisa Nakashian-Holsberg

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Previous Performances:

Revolving Museum Lowell, MA. “Uncork Your Creativity”. With award-winning guitarist Dr. Richard Strasser

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. “Art in Bloom” preview party. “Your performance created a magical atmosphere… magnificent”, Teruko Maki, MFA Ladies Committee

Alisa Nakashian-Holsberg at the Albany Institute of History and Art.
Alisa Nakashian-Holsberg at the Albany Institute of History and Art.
Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, NY. An exhibition featuring 18th and 19th century treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. Hartford, CT. "Mezmeric Mozart," a production of Chamber Music Plus at the Museum Theater. “...one truly poignant performance…”, Hartford Courant

Yale Press, New Haven, CT. Celebrating the publishing of the 36th volume of the Franklin Papers.

Arlington Street Church, Boston, MA. Benefit concert for victims of the 9/11 tragedy.

World Trade Center, Boston, MA. Private function attended by King Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden.

Glass Music International Music Festival, Philadelphia, PA, April 2000.

Glass Music International Music Festival, Boston, MA, April 1997. Invited to perform on the historic instrument in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts.

The Sally Franklin Monologue. Written by Dr. Richard Weiss, produced by Theater In Process, Inc. A dramatic monologue with voice and glass armonica accompaniment. Performed at numerous venues, including First Night (Boston) 1992, Wayside Inn (The Candlelight Series, Wayland, MA), and filmed by Continental Cablevision.

Blanchard’s Tavern, Avon, MA. Ongoing appearances. An authentic working colonial tavern and museum. Regular performer, providing colonial entertainment with glass armonica and voice.

Franklin Court Museum Concert, PA.


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