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26 April 2018
 
7.30pm
Scandinavia House
58 Park Avenue
New York
10016

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Trio Vitruvi includes musicians Niklas Walentin, Alexander McKenzie, and Jacob la Cour

 
28 April 2018
 
8.pm
Peter Norton Symphony Space
2537 Broadway at 95th Street
New York

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Danielle Buonaiuto
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$35/50
Glorious Seasons


Thea Kano, Conductor
Dakshina Dance
Manhattan School of Music Chamber Orchestra

Vivaldi: Four Seasons
Vivaldi: Gloria

In this exciting concert, the New York City Master Chorale presents a performance in partnership with Dakshina Indian Dance Company and the Manhattan School of Music Chamber Orchestra featuring new choreography to Vivaldi's "Gloria" and "The Four Seasons," juxtaposing classical Western music and traditional Indian dance in a dialogue on the merging of these cultures.
 
29 April 2018
 
3.00pm
Palmyra Church of Brethren
45 N Chestnut Street
Palmyra, PA
17807

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Internationally renowned concert organist and recording artist Gail Archer releases her eighth solo

 
1 May 2018
 
7.00pm
Alice Tully Hall
1941 Broadway
New York
10023

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2123076655

$70, $45, $30
Young Concert Artists Gala Concert

Flute: Paula Robison Clarinet: Narek Arutyunian Harp: Emmanuel Ceysson Piano: Lise de la Salle; Gleb Ivanov; Anne-Marie McDermott; Yun-Chin Zhou Soprano: Sasha Cooke Violin: Chee-Yun; Caroline Goulding; Paul Huang; Juliette Kang; Ani Kavafian Viola: to be announced; Toby Appel Cello: Sang-Eun Lee; Cicely Parnas; Fred Sherry Double Bass: Xavier Foley Zorá String Quartet



Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings
Chausson: Chanson perpetuelle
Ravel: Introduction and Allegro
Joplin/Olson: Rag Rhapsody
Liszt/Kleinmichel: Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 2
Sousa/Wilberg: Stars & Stripes Forever


Musicians from Young Concert Artists’ 57-year history are coming together at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall for a special gala concert.
 
4 May 2018
 
8.00pm
South Oxford Space
138 S Oxford St, Brooklyn
New York
11217

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25/10
PhiloSonia presents “Liaisons NOW: The Brothers Balliett & Friends”

Stani Dimitrova, violin; Yezu Elizabeth Woo, violin; Chieh-Fan Jay Yiu, viola; Michael Katz, cello

Lembit Beecher – “These Memories May be True” (String Quartet)
Andrew Norman – Sabina from “The Companion Guide to Rome”(String Quartet)
Zachary Derrick – “A Challenge to All Of Us” (String Quartet)
Doug Balliett – Violin, Viola, Cello
Brad Balliett – String trio

PhiloSonia presents the fourth and last concert of its season “Liaisons” exploring composer friendship. Having established themselves as two of the most prominent figures in today’s music world, the multi-talented brothers Brad and Doug Balliett curate a program of friends and colleagues.
 
5 May 2018
 
7.30pm
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Central Park West & 68th Street
New York, NY
10023

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2127496600

$40 ($20 students w/valid ID, day of)
Monteverdi Echoes - Venice to Vienna

Early Music New York
Frederick Renz, Director

Program to include

Claudio Monteverdi (1567 – 1643)
Five Ritornelli and Moresca, from the opera Orfeo (1607)

Heinrich Ignaz von Biber (1644 – 1704)
Battalia (1673)

Carlo Farina (c.1600 – 1639)
Capriccio stravagante (1627)

Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (c.1620-23 – 1680)
Sonata a sei from Sacro-Profanus (1662)

Additional sonatas and canzonas by 17-century Italian contemporaries

(program subject to change)


Early Music Foundation
Presents

Early Music New York
Frederick Renz, Director

MONTEVERDI ECHOES
Venice to Vienna

The ‘new’ Italian style of Monteverdi and his contemporaries, blossoming at the turn of the 17th century, quickly made its way across the Alps, as Italians were engaged by Austrian and German courts. In addition to Monteverdi, composers will include Biber, whose Battalia has been an audience favorite for almost 350 years, and Farina, whose Capriccio stravagante features a veritable carnival of the animals.

Tickets
$40.00 reserved seats
$20.00 student (w/valid ID, available at door, day of)

Tickets available by phone (212-280-0330), on-line (www.EarlyMusicNY.org) and at the door, half an hour prior to performance. Group discounts available by telephone. All major credit cards accepted.
 
7 May 2018
 
8.00pm(EST)
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
881 7th Ave, New York, NY
New York
10019

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Oratorio Society of New York: Sanctuary Road & We Are One

 
8.00pm(EST)
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
881 7th Ave, New York, NY
New York
10019

Details:
Web site
212-247-7800

$25-$90
Oratorio Society of New York: Sanctuary Road & We Are One

Kent Tritle, conductor
Laquita Mitchell, soprano
Raehann Bryce-Davis, mezzo-soprano
Joshua Blue, tenor
Malcolm J. Merriweather, baritone
Dashon Burton, bass-baritone
Orchestra of the Society

The OSNY will premiere "Sanctuary Road: An Oratorio Based on the Writings of William Still, a Conductor for the Underground Railroad," by Pulitzer Prize winners composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell. The concert also features the premiere Behzad Ranjbaran's "We Are One," which presents texts from different cultures and languages that reflect on the human desire for mutual respect and peace.

The Oratorio Society of New York will close its 145th season by performing two world premieres with one powerful message: the human spirit cannot be conquered.
 
10 May 2018
 
8.00pm
Scandinavia House
58 Park Avenue
New York
10016

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Acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Siegel celebrates his tenth season of his popular Keyboard Conversations

 
13 May 2018
 
2.30pm
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church
2319 Johnston Street
Lafayette, LA
70503

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Internationally renowned concert organist and recording artist Gail Archer releases her eighth solo

 
15 May 2018
 
7.30pm
Scandinavia House
58 Park Avenue
New York
10016

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Juho Pohjonen will perform works by Johannes Bach, César Franck, Wolfgang Mozart and Franz Schubert

 
4 June 2018 until 18 June 2018
 
Arthur Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College
815 N Broadway
Saratoga Springs
NY 12866

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Mostly Modern Festival (MMF)

The Mostly Modern Festival (MMF) is a new and innovative summer festival.
 
14 February 2019 until 18 February 2019
 
Princeton
NJ

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Sing'n'Joy - the American international choral festival

After the overwhelming success of the first edition in February 2017 Princeton, New Jersey will again become a meeting point for choirs from all over the globe in 2019. In the world of choral singing Princeton, the city located south of New York is well known for being the home of the Westminster Choir College, one of the world's leading music schools.
 
8 May 2018
 
8.00pm
Carnegie Hall, Isaac Stern Auditorium
57th Street & 7th Avenue
New York, NY
10019

Details:
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E-mail
212-247-3978

$30-$80
NYCHORAL presents Johann Sebastian Bach – Mass in B Minor

David Hayes, Conductor
New York Choral Society
Sarah Shafer, Soprano
Abigail Fischer, Soprano
James Reese, Tenor (Carnegie Hall debut)
Lee Poulis, Baritone

J.S.Bach: Mass in B Minor

 


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