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Concerts on the Slope
Sunday June 17th . 3PM – 4:30PM
St. John’s Episcopal Church

On Sunday, June 17th, Concerts on the Slope will present Voices of Latin America with Domenic Salerni, violin; Nick Pauly, viola; Benjamin Larsen, cello; Yinfei Wang, piano; performing Tania León: A Tres Voces, Roberto Sierra: Fuego de angel, Beethoven: Piano Trio version of Symphony No. 2, Op. 36
Free-will donation ($20 suggested). For more information, visit www.concertsontheslope.org or email concertsontheslope@gmail.com
St. John’s Episcopal Church | 139 St. John’s Place (at 7th Ave in Park Slope)
Brooklyn, NY 11217


Facets of Brahms
The second edition of Orchestra of St. Luke's Chamber Music Festival
June 5-24, 2018
Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn), Merkin Concert Hall (129 West 67th Street), and The Morgan Library & Museum (225 Madison Avenue)

Three Programs Highlight the Romantic-Era's Composer's Life and Work
Including Conversations with Scholars and Musicians and a performance by
Pianist Pedja Muzijevic in Brahms & The Schumanns
From June 5-24, 2018, Orchestra of St. Luke's will present Facets of Brahms, the second iteration of the Ensemble's chamber music festival. The three programs, featuring the Orchestra's core 23-member St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble, are curated to highlight different perspectives on the musical life of the composer and include Seasons of Brahms, June 5, 6, and 10; Brahms & The Schumanns, with pianist Pedja Muzijevic, June 12, 13, and 17; and Brahms & the Search for a Symphony, June 19, 20, and 24. Discussions led by noted scholars, and musicians will take place prior to each Brahms program.

TICKETS: Three-concert subscriptions and single tickets are available at The Morgan Library & Museum for $120 and $50, at the Brooklyn Museum for $96 and $40, and at Merkin Concert Hall for $120 and $50. Members at The Morgan and Brooklyn Museum and past OSL subscribers receive an additional discount. Tickets may be purchased by calling 212.594.6100 or visiting OSLmusic.org.

Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn), Merkin Concert Hall (129 West 67th Street), and The Morgan Library & Museum (225 Madison Avenue)


Lincoln Center Announces Expanded Mostly Mozart Festival
July 12–August 12, 2018
At Lincoln Center

Expansion of Festival to Feature International Roster of Productions and Premieres across Disciplines, including:

Available Light, the groundbreaking collaboration by choreographer Lucinda Childs, composer John Adams, and architect Frank Gehry in its first New York revival since its premiere three decades ago

Haydnâ™s The Creation, in the North American premiere of a production by the radically inventive Catalan theater collective La Fura dels Baus  

A revival of the landmark production of Yukio Ninagawa’s Macbeth in its final staging A world premiere by Mark Morris set to Schubert’s Trout Quintet 

The world premiere of a Lincoln Center commission, In the Name of the Earth by John Luther Adams, for 800 voices in Central Park 

A celebration of the Bernstein Centennial with Leonard Bernstein’s MASS, in a new staging by Elkhanah Pulitzer in her New York debut, featuring the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, led by Renée and Robert Belfer Music Director Louis Langrée, with bass-baritone Davóne Tines

The Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra performs eight programs with guest artists including Emanuel Ax, Joshua Bell, Thomas Dausgaard, and soprano Rosa Feola (New York debut), among many others 

New York premiere of Ashley Fure and Adam Fure’s installation opera The Force of Things: An Opera for Objects, to be performed in Brooklyn by the International Contemporary Ensemble 

A Little Night Music, a returning series of intimate, late-night performances; documentary film presentations, and special free events also featured

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced its 2018 Mostly Mozart Festival, which will run July 12 to August 12. This summer marks an expansion of the festival, as it significantly increases the size and scope of its multidisciplinary presentations, enhances its commitment to the music of our own time, and extends its geographical footprint to include Central Park and Brooklyn. While maintaining Mozart’s creative genius at its heart, the festival will magnify its artistic impact through landmark international productions in all disciplines and concerts by emerging creative voices, as well as commissions and world premieres. American Express is the lead sponsor of the Mostly Mozart Festival.

For Information: http://www.lincolncenter.org/mostly-mozart-festival


New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival
July 16-22 – multiple events each day
Abrons Arts Center

The New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF)
2018 will take place July 16 through 22, with multiple events each day, at Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand Street in Manhattan

NYCEMF 2018 will showcase electroacoustic music and video art from around the world, including curated concerts from Catalonia, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and from APNM. The Festival again has submissions from 6 continents, and they have submissions from Estonia and Croatia for the first time as well as South Africa, Great Britain and Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Poland, Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Canada and the USA.

See a complete list of programs at http://www.nycemf.org/2018-festival/.

Tickets for the 2018 New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival events at Abrons Arts Center are $20 ($15 students and seniors) per concert, and $35 ($30 students and seniors) for a day pass (all concerts on one day), available at 212-352-3101 or http://www.abronsartscenter.org/on-stage/shows/2018-electroacoustic-festival/.
A festival pass for all concerts is $180. For more information call Abrons Arts Center at 212-598-0400.

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All NYCEMF concerts are ADA accessible.

Abrons Arts Center | 466 Grand Street in New York, NY



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