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Works & Process, 
The Performing Arts Series at the Guggenheim
Announces Spring 2019 Seaso
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Through April 22, 2019

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Parthenia Viol Consort Announces
First 2018-2019 New York Season Concert Events in Manhattan
Through March 13, 2019
Various Venues

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The Canticum Novum Singers Announces
2018-2019 Season Performances
Through June 1, 2019
Various Venues

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The Cecilia Chorus of New York
2018-2019 Concert Season at Carnegie Hall
Through May 3, 2019

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Chamber Orchestra of New York Announces 2018-2019 Season
Concerts at Manhattan’s Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Cary Hall at DiMenna Center for Classical Music and Long Island’s Adelphi University Performing Arts Center
Through June 27, 2019

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Apollo Theater
Announces
85th Anniversary Programming
Through June 2, 2019

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ORCHESTRA OF ST. LUKE’S ANNOUNCES
2019–2020 CARNEGIE HALL SEASON
WITH PRINCIPAL CONDUCTOR BERNARD LABADIE
LEADING ALL THREE CONCERTS
Through March 5, 2020


 

Cecilia Chorus of NY Presents Sing Me the Universal
A Walt Whitman Bicentennial Concert
Saturday, March 2 at 8:00 PM
Church of St. Francis Xavier

This event celebrates the 200th anniversary of the poet’s birth. Repertoire will be 20th century composer Vincent Persichetti’s Celebrations, the premiere of a new version of contemporary Cuban composer Jorge Martín’s One Hour to Madness and Joy with organ, both of which capture the power and transcendence of the words of Walt Whitman.  Excerpts from the Mass in D minor (1860) of Bostonian John Knowles Paine highlight the poet’s radical individualism.The Mass will feature contralto Nicole Joy Mitchell and tenor Michael St. Peter. More about Jorge Martín and organist James Kennerley at http://ceciliachorusny.org/#/walt-whitman-bicentennial.

Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door, $25 for students, and can be purchased online at https://ceciliachorusny.org/products/walt-whitman-bicentennial.           
                                                                                                       
For more information about this concert, visit http://www.ceciliachorusny.org/ or call 646-638-2535.

Church of St. Francis Xavier | 46 W. 16th St. in Manhattan



Concerts on the Slope
Sunday February 24th - 3:00PM – 5:00PM
St. John’s Episcopal Church


On Sunday, February 24th,  Concerts on the Slope will present Jessica Park, violin; Benjamin Larsen, cello; Michael Smith, piano, performing Haydn: Piano Trio in D Major, HOB.XV:16, Brahms: Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op. 100, Ives: Trio for Violin, Cello, and Piano, Paolo Marchettini: Dialogo Nascosto

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


Concerts on the Slope
Sunday March 17th - 3:00PM – 5:00PM
St. John’s Episcopal Church


On Sunday, March 17th, Concerts on the Slope will present the LARSEN-CHOI DUO: Benjamin Larsen, cello; Hyungjin Choi, piano, performing Schumann: Five Folk Songs, Op. 102, Robert Sirota: Cello Sonata No. 2 (world premiere), Grieg: Cello Sonata in A minor, 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


Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts
Announces the winter 2019 season of  
POP-UP CONCERTS
A musical happy hour with the audience onstage
Tuesday, January 29
Either/Or
Music of Richard Carrick
Tuesday, February 12
Mivos Quartet & Nadav Lev
Tuesday, February 26
Third Sound
Tuesday, March 12
Marilyn Nonken
Spectral Salon
Miller Theatre

From Miller Theatre Executive Director Melissa Smey:
“Miller’s winter Pop-Up Concert lineup offers four unique opportunities to experience a range of contemporary works, including several premieres, performed by a cohort of new-music all-stars. I’m particularly excited about the through-line between these concerts, with works by Richard Carrick and Tristan Murail seeded on multiple programs. Three ensembles (Either/Or, the Mivos Quartet, and Third Sound) and the virtuosic pianist Marilyn Nonken join audiences onstage to explore this thrilling and adventurous music together.”
 
Free admission • Doors at 5:30pm, music at 6:00pm


Miller Theatre | 2960 Broadway at 116th Street


The Old Stone House Presents
Musical Ecologies Featuring Pamela Z, Composer and Voice Artist Thursday
February 28 at 8 pm
The Old Stone House

Musical Ecologies begins 2019 with a performance by composer and media artist Pamela Z at the Old Stone House on Thursday, February 28 at 8 pm. As a pioneer of live digital looping, live electronic processing and voice techniques, Pamela Z creates dense, complex sound with her solo work, including the experimental use of found objects, operatic bel canto and text.

Pamela Z's performance range includes small gallery concerts, large-scale multi-media theaters and concert halls. In addition to her performance work, she has a growing body of inter-media gallery works including multi-channel sound and video installations. She curates and produces "the ROOM Series", a San Francisco avant-chamber series featuring the work of a variety of virtuosic solo artists and chamber groups playing experimental music.

$10

Old Stone House & Washington Park | 336 Third Street, bet. 4th & 5th Avenues
Brooklyn, NY 11215



 

 
 



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