Exceptional young musicians from all over the world are showcased in a series of concerts at The Center for Arts in Natick.
Click here for a schedule of classical music concerts at TCAN.
The TCAN Young Masters Series features performances of classical works by international touring musicians aged 15-25, including standout students of the New England Conservatory, Walnut Hill School for the Arts, Boston University, The Longy School and specialized artist agencies representing the next generation of classical music artists from North America, Europe, and Asia. Through a partnership with Opera del West of Wayland, the region's finest young opera talent present performances each year.
Concerts are held in TCAN’s historic and intimate Firehouse venue located in Natick Center, in an intimate 120-seat chamber hall recently constructed on the building's upper level. The flattering acoustics and grand aesthetic contribute to a superlative chamber music experience.
The TCAN Young Masters Series is sponsored by the Roy L. Komack Memorial Fund. Established in 2009, the fund commemorates the life of Roy L. Komack of Natick, a performing musician and one of TCAN's earliest founding Board members. A graduate of MIT and Boston University, Roy held senior management positions in Engineering and Marketing Management at Bose Corporation before entering the personal financial services industry. Roy dedicated his energies to fostering TCAN as a fledgling arts organization, creating its Classical Music Committee and establishing classical music as an important part of programming at The Center for Arts in Natick.