Darcy Kuronen has worked since 1986 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, where he is the Pappalardo Curator of Musical Instruments. In 2000 he organized the critically acclaimed exhibition, Dangerous Curves: Art of the Guitar, celebrating the diversity of guitar design over the past four centuries with 130 rare instruments from private and public collections. Kuronen also serves as volunteer curator to the collection of historical instruments owned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He attended the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, where he received his undergraduate degree in harpsichord performance and a Master of Music with a concentration in the history of musical instruments. A specialist in early American instruments, he has written several articles and lectured widely on this subject.
Join us for a FREE event at the Museum of Fine Arts starting at 6:30 pm. The curator, Darcy Kuronen, from the musical instrument exhibit will give us a tour and demonstrations of special instruments. This will be a really fun and unique event! Plan to arrive at the MFA around 6:15 pm and be sure to bring your NEU ID. Date: Wednesday, March 26th Time: 6:30 – 7:30 PM Place: Museum of Fine Arts (Musical Instruments Exhibit)