New York City Classical Concerts
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25 May 2018
 
7pm
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
881 7th Avenue (at 57th Street)
New York
NY 10019
United States of America

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+1 212 707 8566

US$20-100
Vocal Colors

Distinguished Concerts Singers International
Richmond Choral Society and The Arcadian Chorale (NY)
J Reese Norris, conductor
Eric Barnum, conductor
Marina Alexander, director

Barnum: A Thousand Red Birds
Barnum: Afternoon on a Hill
Barnum: Evensong
Young: Thulele Mama Ya
Norris: Endless Song
Norris: We Sing of Love
Arr Berg: Georgia on My Mind
Narverud: Sisi Ni Moja
Norris: Paper Crane
Norris: Ukuthula
Norris: This is Your Time
Arr Trujillo: La Paloma
Arnesen: Norwegian Alleluia
Olsson: Te Deum

The fourth annual presentation of Vocal Colors celebrates the choral arts at Carnegie Hall. This evening’s highlights include American composer J. Reese Norris as well as the music of Minnesota based composer and conductor Eric Barnum. Marina Alexander also leads a choir through two beautiful works by Kim Andre Arnesen and Otto Olson.

Tickets $20-100!
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Visit CarnegieHall.org or call 212-247-7800
Box Office: 881 Seventh Avenue at 57th Street
Senior and Student Discounts Available at the Box Office with ID
For Group Tickets, VIP Packages, Discounts, and More, e-mail boxoffice@DCINY.org
 
28 May 2018
 
7pm
David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center
10 Lincoln Center Plaza (at 65th Street)
New York
NY 10023
United States of America

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US$20-100
The Sacred and Profane: Carmina Burana

Penelope Shumate, soprano
Dillon McCartney, tenor
Keith Harris, baritone
Distinguished Concerts Singers International
Jonathan Griffith, conductor
William Powell, conductor

Carl Orff: Carmina Burana
Rosephanye Powell: Gospel Trinity (first New York performance)


This Memorial Day, join DCINY Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Jonathan Griffith and the Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Singers International in an unforgettable performance experience of Carl Orff's 1937 composition, Carmina Burana, one of the most popular pieces of the classical music repertoire. William Powell conducts composer Rosephanye Powell’s soulful and uplifting vocal masterwork “Gospel Trinity”. This event will be recorded and live streamed on Facebook.

Tickets $20-$100!
On Sale Now!
Visit LincolnCenter.org or call 212-721-6500
Box Office: 10 Lincoln Center Plaza at 65th Street
Senior and Student Discounts Available at the Box Office with ID
For Group Tickets, VIP Packages, Discounts, and More, e-mail boxoffice@DCINY.org
 
30 May 2018
 
7.30pm
Austrian Cultural Forum NY
11 E 52nd St
New York
NY 10022
United States of America

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Free (reservations required)
Press Play Backwards

Lauren Knisella, vocals
Elias Stemeseder, piano

Lauren Kinsella: Press Play Backwards (first performance)

A new cross-disciplinary music theatre work by Irish vocalist Lauren Kinsella in collaboration with the Brooklyn-based, Austrian pianist Elias Stemeseder. The work is a cross-disciplinary music theatre piece that uses sung and spoken text, original composition, and stage movement directed by the New York-based artist, choreographer and dancer K J Holmes.
 
15 June 2018
 
7.30pm
Austrian Cultural Forum New York
11 E 52nd St
New York
NY 10022
United States of America

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+1 212 319 5300

Free (reservations required)
ACFNY Double Bill: Aki Onda and Demi Broxa

Aki Onda, composer/performer/visual artist/curator

Demi Broxa:
Jakob Schneidewind, bass/electronics
Agnes Hvizdalek, vocals

Aki Onda: Cassette Memories (Morocco 1988 and 2010)
Demi Broxa: Vocals, Electronics, and Bass

Demi Broxa (Jakob Schneidewind, bass/electronics and Agnes Hvizdalek, vocals) from Vienna combines electronic soundscapes with pure vocal sounds, and minimalistic musical structures with organic improvisations. Using only voice, bass and electronics they create fascinating abstract songs that are both direct and complex. Operating between the poles of electronic and acoustic, they create hypnotic club music combined with bizarre sound events.

Particularly known for his "Cassette Memories" -- works compiled from a "sound diary" of field-recordings collected by using the cassette Walkman over the span of the last quarter-century, Aki Onda creates compositions, performances, and visual artwork from those sound memories. For this performance, Onda plays cassette tapes he recorded during his travels to Morocco in 1988 and 2010.

Onda often performs in interdisciplinary fields and has collaborated with filmmakers, visual artists, and choreographers, including Ken Jacobs, Michael Snow, Raha Raissnia, Akio Suzuki, and Takao Kawaguchi. His work has been presented by numerous institutions such as MoMA, The Kitchen, documenta 14, Pompidou Center, Louvre Museum, Palais de Tokyo, Bozar, and many others.
 
12 July 2018 until 12 August 2018
 
Lincoln Center
New York City
United States of America

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Mostly Mozart Festival

The newly expanded Mostly Mozart Festival features international dance, theatre and classical music.
 


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