LSO On Call at Youville House

LSO On Call with The Art Connection


Join us for a special music performance and reception at one of our recipient agencies:
Youville House in Cambridge.


Sunday, October 24, 2010, 2pm-4pm
Youville House Atrium/Art Gallery
1573 Cambridge St.
Cambridge, MA 02138



Carl Nielsen’s Woodwind Quintet, performed by:


Rose Grabowski – flute (Product Manager, BuyerZone)
Juliet Grabowski – clarinet (Grad Student, Harvard Business School. LSO sub)
Michael Barnett – oboe (LSO Board Member and Musician, Harvard Medical School, Third Year)
David Richmond – bassoon (freelance musician)
Vanessa Gardner – horn (LSO Board Member and Musician, Freelance musician)


Questions about the event? Contact Ildiko at or call 617-491-1234.


Many thanks to the Longwood Symphony Orchestra for making this possible! Find out more about The Art Connection’s partnership with LSO as we invite you to a Concert Event on December 4, 2010. More information can be found here.


youville logoYouville House is a nonprofit assisted living residence and is part of Covenant Health Systems, a New England-wide, health care, elder care and social service system. Their residents are elderly and often alone at this stage in life. By offering a high staff to resident ratio, Youville House allows for quality individual time, promotes a caring community, and encourages residents to reach out to one another. Still, there is a lot of time for contemplation and works of art can be another source of strength and inner peace when the threads of life are wearing thin. Donated art from The Art Connection
fills the Atrium to bring hope, inspire new thoughts, and set free the imagination of the residents.


lso logoLSO on Call was introduced in the fall of 2008, supported by a grant from Merck Research Laboratories Boston. This community outreach initiative brings chamber music directly to patients across Massachusetts, in hospital wards, rehabilitation centers, and health care facilities. During its first year, LSO on Call performances touched the lives of 500 patients in a variety of health care settings.