New York City Classical Concerts
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7 May 2015
 
6.30pm
Private Venue
New York
United States of America

Details:
Center Charge
Web site
+1 212 721 6500
Haydn and Beethoven chamber music - American Classical Orchestra artists

Audrey Axinn, piano
American Classical Orchestra
Thomas Crawford, conductor

Beethoven, Piano Trio Opus 97 'Archduke'
Haydn, String Quartet Opus 76, 'Emperor'

Salon Concert, Private Venue
Tickets can be purchased on www.aconyc.org, lincolncenter.org or by calling Center Charge (212-721-6500) or by calling the Alice Tully Hall Box Office (212-671-4050) or in person at the Alice Tully Hall Box Office
 
16 May 2015
 
8pm
St Malachy's, The Actors' Chapel
239 W 49th St
New York
NY 10019
United States of America

Details:
Web site
We Have Had Singing! — 19 Years of Singer Favorites!

 
15 May 2015 until 16 May 2015
 
8.30pm
St. Paul's Church
315 W 22nd Street
New York
NY 10019
United States of America

Details:
Emily Wong
Web site
E-mail
+1 718 269 9851

Free with a suggested donation of US$20
Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet

Jeanette Stenson, cello (Friday only)
Jason Mellow, violin (Saturday only)
The Chelsea Symphony
Matthew Aubin, conductor
Mark Seto, conductor

Michael Boyman: Tightrope Walker
Schumann: Cello Concerto (Friday only)
Fazil Say: 1001 Nights in the Harem ( Saturday only)
Prokofiev: Selections (Romeo and Juliet)

Friday 15 May at 8.30pm and Saturday 16 May at 7.30pm

Tickets available at the door All concerts held at St. Paul's Church, 315 W. 22nd Street

Michael Boyman is winner of the TCS Composition Competition.
 
17 May 2015
 
5pm
Church of the Immaculate Conception
30 N Fullerton Ave, Montclair
New Jersey
NJ 07042
United States of America

Details:
Web site
We Have Had Singing! — 19 Years of Singer Favorites!

 
20 May 2015
 
7pm
The Duplex
61 Christopher Street
New York
NY 10014
United States of America

Details:
Erica Kelly
Web site
E-mail
+1 917 326 1422

US$25 with discounts for students and seniors
"One More for the Road" Cabaret

Following up on their sold-out performance last season, Thea Kano and the singers of the New York City Master Chorale return to the Duplex with "One More for the Road".

Please note there is a 2 drink minimum per person.
 
22 May 2015
 
7pm
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue at 57th Street, Manhattan
New York
NY 10019
United States of America

Details:
CarnegieCharge
Web site
+1 212 247 7800

US$20-100
A High, Lonesome Bluegrass Mass

Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International
Tim Sharp, conductor
Chuck Nation Bluegrass Band

Wes Ramsay / Tim Sharp: Come Away to the Skies: A High, Lonesome Mass (first NY performance)

 
24 May 2015
 
8.30pm
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue at 57th Street, Manhattan
New York
NY 10019
United States of America

Details:
CarnegieCharge
Web site
E-mail
+1 212 247 7800

US$20-100
Verdi Requiem

One of the most frequently performed and recognizable major choral works, Verdi’s Requiem unleashes the dramatic fervor of opera with a full symphony orchestra, large mixed chorus and compelling solo performances.
 
25 May 2015
 
7pm
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
10 Lincoln Center Plz, Manhattan
New York
NY 10023
United States of America

Details:
CenterCharge
Web site
+1 212 721 6500

US$20-100
Life and Remembrance

Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International
Mark Hayes, conductor
Pepper Choplin, conductor

Mark Hayes: Requiem
Pepper Choplin: Our Father: A Journey Through The Lord's Prayer (first performance)

DCINY presents Life and Remembrance, a concert featuring the works of Mark Hayes and Pepper Choplin. In his widely popular Requiem, Hayes reflects on the text in Latin and English in a rendition written for both chorus and orchestra. This performance also features the world premiere of Choplin’s Our Father: A Journey Through The Lord's Prayer, an exploration of the prayer through music.
 
4 June 2015
 
7.00pm
St Peter's Church, Chelsea
346 West 20th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New York
NY 10011
United States of America

Details:
Lynne Hayden-Findlay
Web site
E-mail
+1 212 260 1796
Giacomo Puccini: Tosca (concert staging)

Regina Grimaldi, Floria Tosca
Edgar Jaramillo, Mario Cavaradossi
Thomas Woodman, Baron Scarpia
Chelsea Opera Chamber Orchestra
Samuel McCoy, music director/principal conductor
Lynne Hayden-Findlay, stage director/costume design


 
8pm
Alice Tully Hall
1941 Broadway
New York
NY 10023
United States of America

Details:
Center Charge
Web site
+1 212 721 6500
American Classical Orchestra - Beethoven, Haydn and Witt

Myron Lutzke, cello
American Classical Orchestra
Thomas Crawford, conductor

Beethoven: Symphony No 6 'Pastoral'
Haydn: Cello Concerto in D
Witt: Symphony in A

7pm Pre-concert lecture (all pre-concert lectures by Thomas Crawford)
 
6 June 2015
 
4pm
St Peter's Church, Chelsea
346 West 20th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenues)
New York
NY 10011
United States of America

Details:
Lynne Hayden-Findlay
Web site
E-mail
+1 212 260 1796
Giacomo Puccini: Tosca (concert staging)

Regina Grimaldi, Floria Tosca
Edgar Jaramillo, Mario Cavaradossi
Thomas Woodman, Baron Scarpia
Chelsea Opera Chamber Orchestra
Samuel McCoy, music director/principal conductor
Lynne Hayden-Findlay, stage director/costume design


Chelsea Opera presents a concert staging of one of Puccini’s most beloved operas, Tosca. Premiered in Rome in 1900 and in NYC a year later, it is one of the most produced operas in the world. With no set for this production, the focus turns to the music and the drama. The opera is sung in Italian.
 
7 June 2015
 
2pm
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue at 57th Street, Manhattan
New York
NY 10019
United States of America

Details:
CarnegieCharge
Web site
E-mail
+1 212 247 7800

US$20-100
Requiem à Deux

Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International
Craig Jessop, conductor laureate
Jonathan Griffith, artistic director and principal conductor

Fauré: Requiem
Duruflé: Requiem

This concert features settings of the Requiem text by two insightful French composers. Fauré’s Requiem is imbued with a sense of gentleness while the Duruflé Requiem is one of '20th century’s most beloved choral works'. Both acts feature a full orchestra, large mixed chorus and solo performances.
 
14 June 2015
 
2pm
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue at 57th Street, Manhattan
New York
NY 10019
United States of America

Details:
CarnegieCharge
Web site
+1 212 247 7800

US$20-100
Song/Play: Music for Treble and Youth Voices

Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International
Francisco J Núñez, conductor
Central Oregon Youth Orchestra
The Vancouver Orchestra Club

A family friendly afternoon of music, entertainment, singing and fun! MacArthur Genius Fellow and Founder/Conductor of the Young People’s Chorus of NYC, Francisco Núñez, leads the young, talented and energetic Distinguished Concerts Singers International in a culturally-minded and engaging program of original Latin-inspired music. The Central Oregon Youth Orchestra, a nationally recognized ensemble shares the stage with the Vancouver Orchestra Club in an equally entertaining program.

 
21 June 2015
 
2pm
Adams National Historical Park - The Carriage House
135 Adams Street, Quincy
New York
NY 02169
United States of America

Details:
Lynne Hayden-Findlay
Web site
E-mail
+1 212 260 1796

free
John Adams: A Distant Love

Victoria Tralongo, Abigail Adams
Robert Aaron Taylor, John Adams
Chelsea Opera String Quartet
Samuel McCoy, music director/principal conductor
Lynne Hayden-Findlay, stage director/costume design

Supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the performance takes place in The Carriage House at the Adams National Historical Park. The work is based on letters exchanged between John Adams and his wife, Abigail, with whom he shared his aspirations, accomplishments and frustrations as he worked to secure financial support from the Dutch for the new nation emerging from a revolution. Abigail, his “dearest friend”, was not demure about expressing her feelings on things political, economic or domestic. She was an early feminist (“Don’t forget the women,” she wrote to John while the founding fathers were drafting the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia), abolitionist, mother and farm manager during John’s long absences.
 


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