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29 October 2021
 
8.00pm
St. Paul's German Lutheran Church
315 West 22nd Street (22nd St and 8th Ave)
New York, NY
10011

Details:
Web site

$25 for unassigned premium reserved areas within the venue. Admission is also available at the door for a suggested donation of $20.
The Chelsea Symphony: REMEMBRANCE

The Chelsea Symphony
CONDUCTORS:
Reuben Blundell and Matthew Aubin
SOLOISTS:
Violet Wang, cello
Morgan Fite, trombone

PROGRAM:
Camille Saint-Saëns: Suite for Cello and Orchestra, Violet Wang, cello
Lars-Erik Larsson: Trombone Concertino, Morgan Fite, trombone
Tim Kiah: New Work
Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8 ("Unfinished")


In these concerts, we honor the loved ones we have lost. Tim Kiah’s new work remembers our dear friend Kurt Behnke, a longtime cellist with TCS. The series also features the premiere of Kamala Sankaram’s 91919 (10/30), a moving meditation on grief. Franz Schubert’s lyrical Unfinished Symphony, a work some scholars believe was inspired by personal trauma, demonstrates the power of music to provide solace. Concertos by Camille Saint-Saëns (10/29), Lars-Erik Larsson (10/29), and Arvo Pärt (10/30) round out the program.
 
30 October 2021
 
8.00pm
St. Paul's German Lutheran Church
315 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 (22nd St and 8th Ave)
New York, NY
10011

Details:
Web site

$25 for unassigned premium reserved areas within the venue. Admission is also available at the door for a suggested donation of $20.
The Chelsea Symphony: REMEMBRANCE

The Chelsea Symphony
CONDUCTORS:
Reuben Blundell and Matthew Aubin
SOLOISTS:
Brian Thompson, viola
Veronica Riner, violin

PROGRAM:
Arvo Pärt: Fratres, Veronica Riner, violin
Kamala Sankaram: 91919, Brian Thompson, viola (World Premiere)
Tim Kiah: New Work
Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8 ("Unfinished")


In these concerts, we honor the loved ones we have lost. Tim Kiah’s new work remembers our dear friend Kurt Behnke, a longtime cellist with TCS. The series also features the premiere of Kamala Sankaram’s 91919 (10/30), a moving meditation on grief. Franz Schubert’s lyrical Unfinished Symphony, a work some scholars believe was inspired by personal trauma, demonstrates the power of music to provide solace. Concertos by Camille Saint-Saëns (10/29), Lars-Erik Larsson (10/29), and Arvo Pärt (10/30) round out the program.
 
7.30pm
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Central Park West and 68th Street
New York
10023

Details:
E-mail
2127496600

Free (reservations required)
A Family Affair: The Haydns and the Mozarts

Early Music New York
Frederick Renz, Director

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791) – Sinfonia No. 1 in E-Flat major, K. 16 (1768)
J. Michael Haydn (1737 – 1806) – Sinfonia No. 25 in G major (1784)
J. G. Leopold Mozart (1719 – 1787) – Sinfonia in B-Flat major (1775)
Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809) – Sinfonia No. 74 in E-Flat major (c.1780)


Early Music Foundation
Presents

Early Music New York
Frederick Renz, Director

A FAMILY AFFAIR
The Haydns and the Mozarts

Frederick Renz leads EM/NY’s classical orchestra in symphonic works from two illustrious 18th-century musical dynasties: the Haydns—Joseph and his well-respected but overshadowed younger brother Michael; and the Mozarts—Leopold and his prodigious son Wolfgang Amadeus. Alongside their better-known kinsmen, Leopold Mozart and Michael Haydn bear favorable comparison and offer familial perspective.

Saturday, October 30 at 7:30 pm
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Central Park West at 68th Street, NYC

Program to include

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) – Sinfonia No. 1 in E-Flat major, K. 16 (1768)
J. Michael Haydn (1737–1806) – Sinfonia No. 25 in G major (1784)
J. G. Leopold Mozart (1719–1787) – Sinfonia in B-Flat major (1775)
Franz Joseph Haydn (1732–1809) – Sinfonia No. 74 in E-Flat major (c.1780)

(program subject to change)

Tickets

Free of Charge
• Seating reservations are first-come, first-served, and may be subject to capacity controls.
• Reservations must be made in advance, by phone (212-280-0330) or e-mail (reservations@earlymusicny.org), by Wednesday, October 27 at 5 pm.
• Limit of two tickets per reservation.
 


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