May
11
8:00 PM20:00

NYCP: Mozart & Now (NYC)

New York Classical Players Season Finale

NYCP shares two premieres and two familiar Mozart masterworks in the season’s final orchestral concert.  Mozart’s beloved “Eine kleine Nachtmusik” and joyful Divertimento No. 3 in F major are paired with Samuel Adler’s Gedenkfeier (US Premiere) and a new double concerto by Eric Nathan, featuring emerging stars Yoonah Kim (clarinet) and Stefan Jackiw (violin) in this original program that celebrates timeless virtuosity.

Dongmin Kim, conductor
Stefan Jackiw, violin
Yoonah Kim, clarinet


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Divertimento No. 3 in F major, K. 138
Samuel Adler / Gedenkfeier (US premiere) 
Eric Nathan / Double Concerto for Violin and Clarinet (premiere)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Eine kleine nachtmusik K. 525 

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May
12
5:00 PM17:00

NYCP: Mozart & Now (NJ)

New York Classical Players Season Finale

NYCP shares two premieres and two familiar Mozart masterworks in the season’s final orchestral concert.  Mozart’s beloved “Eine kleine Nachtmusik” and joyful Divertimento No. 3 in F major are paired with Samuel Adler’s Gedenkfeier (US Premiere) and a new double concerto by Eric Nathan, featuring emerging stars Yoonah Kim (clarinet) and Stefan Jackiw (violin) in this original program that celebrates timeless virtuosity.

Dongmin Kim, conductor
Stefan Jackiw, violin
Yoonah Kim, clarinet


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Divertimento No. 3 in F major, K. 138
Samuel Adler / Gedenkfeier (US premiere) 
Eric Nathan / Double Concerto for Violin and Clarinet (premiere)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Eine kleine nachtmusik K. 525 

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Apr
6
8:00 PM20:00

NYCP: Baroque Melting (NYC)

New York Classical Players

NYCP conjures Baroque lyricism and complexity through new evocations that reimagine the era's familiar strains. Concertmaster Nikki Chooi serves as soloist for this original program that blends contemporary interpretations of Baroque traditions with works by Chausson, Stravinsky, Geminiani, and W.F. Bach. 

Dongmin Kim, conductor
Nikki Chooi, violin


Francesco Geminiani / Concerto Grosso, Op. 5, No. 12 in D minor  
Vivian Fung / Baroque Melting
Ernest Chausson / Poème, Op.25 (arr. Yoomi Paick)
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach / Symphony in F major, F 67
Igor Stravinsky / Concerto in D

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Apr
5
8:00 PM20:00

NYCP: Baroque Melting (NJ)

New York Classical Players

NYCP conjures Baroque lyricism and complexity through new evocations that reimagine the era's familiar strains. Concertmaster Nikki Chooi serves as soloist for this original program that blends contemporary interpretations of Baroque traditions with works by Chausson, Stravinsky, Geminiani, and W.F. Bach. 

Dongmin Kim, conductor
Nikki Chooi, violin


Francesco Geminiani / Concerto Grosso, Op. 5, No. 12 in D minor  
Vivian Fung / Baroque Melting
Ernest Chausson / Poème, Op.25 (arr. Yoomi Paick)
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach / Symphony in F major, F 67
Igor Stravinsky / Concerto in D

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Mar
30
8:30 PM20:30

Juilliard Solo Graduate Recital with Vassily Primakov

Please join me at Juilliard’s Paul Hall as I celebrate the end of my two years at The Juilliard School.

Caroline Shaw, Broad and Free

Beethoven Violin Sonata No. 10

-intermission-

Chausson Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Quartet

Vassily Primakov, piano

Harriet Langley, violin

Alice Ivy- Pemberton, violin

Florrie Marshall, viola

Matthew Chen, cello

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Mar
3
7:00 PM19:00

National Sawdust Presents Jesus Gonzales

National Sawdust, March 3rd, 2019

Elegy for Solo Violin, by Jesus Gonzales

Amelia Dietrich, violin

Adventurous clarinetist and new music aficionado Chris Grymes brings his Open G podcast and performance series to National Sawdust in a continuing exploration of the new avenues that digital technologies are opening up for creating and sharing high-caliber music. This inaugural event will feature internationally renowned chamber and orchestral composer Jesús González, who has been commissioned by the likes of the Quartet Saxophones Galicia and the DobreXiro contemporary dance company.

Tickets can be found at https://nationalsawdust.org/event/chris-grymes-open-g-series-jesus-gonzalez/

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Feb
17
5:00 PM17:00

NYCP: Paik and Beethoven (NYC)

New York Classical Players

Dongmin Kim, conductor
HaeSun Paik, piano

Acclaimed pianist HaeSun Paik returns to NYCP for a Beethoven double feature. Ms. Paik continues the ensemble’s  Beethoven Project – a three-year adventurous commitment to perform all five Beethoven piano concertos – with his stirring First and dazzlingly powerful Third Piano Concertos. Samuel Adler’s Concertino offers a contemporary perspective on the concerto form with lively dance movements and energetic themes for the full orchestra.
 

Samuel Adler / Concertino No. 3
Ludwig van Beethoven / Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15 (arr. Ka Young Rhee)
Ludwig van Beethoven / Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37 (arr. Ka Young Rhee)

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Feb
16
8:00 PM20:00

NYCP: Paik and Beethoven (Ridgewood NJ)

New York Classical Players

Dongmin Kim, conductor
HaeSun Paik, piano

Acclaimed pianist HaeSun Paik returns to NYCP for a Beethoven double feature. Ms. Paik continues the ensemble’s  Beethoven Project – a three-year adventurous commitment to perform all five Beethoven piano concertos – with his stirring First and dazzlingly powerful Third Piano Concertos. Samuel Adler’s Concertino offers a contemporary perspective on the concerto form with lively dance movements and energetic themes for the full orchestra.
 

Samuel Adler / Concertino No. 3
Ludwig van Beethoven / Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15 (arr. Ka Young Rhee)
Ludwig van Beethoven / Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37 (arr. Ka Young Rhee)

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Feb
15
8:00 PM20:00

NYCP: Paik and Beethoven (Queens)

New York Classical Players

Dongmin Kim, conductor
HaeSun Paik, piano

Acclaimed pianist HaeSun Paik returns to NYCP for a Beethoven double feature. Ms. Paik continues the ensemble’s  Beethoven Project – a three-year adventurous commitment to perform all five Beethoven piano concertos – with his stirring First and dazzlingly powerful Third Piano Concertos. Samuel Adler’s Concertino offers a contemporary perspective on the concerto form with lively dance movements and energetic themes for the full orchestra.
 

Samuel Adler / Concertino No. 3
Ludwig van Beethoven / Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15 (arr. Ka Young Rhee)
Ludwig van Beethoven / Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37 (arr. Ka Young Rhee)

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Jan
28
12:00 PM12:00

Arte Quartet in CMS Masterclass

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Join the Arte Quartet live from Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in a masterclass with violinist Daniel Hope.

Beethoven String Quartet Op. 59, No. 2

livestreamed at https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/watch-and-listen/live/master-class-with-daniel-hope-january-28-2019/

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Nov
10
8:00 PM20:00

NYCP @ W83

The New York Classical Players


Dongmin Kim, conductor
Pamela Frank, violin
Peter Wiley, cello

A triad of great musical minds are showcased in this program with works by Brahms, Schoenberg, and Webern. Schoenberg famously paid homage to Brahms as a "great innovator" in his creative abilities and musical genius and in Verklärte Nacht, one hears echoes of Brahms’ formalism and rich lyricism that gives way to Schoenberg’s radical harmonies.  Acclaimed violinist Pamela Frank and cellist Peter Wiley - both celebrated soloists and collaborators -join the ensemble for Brahms’ remarkable Double Concerto. Composed as a homework assignment for his tutor, Schoenberg, Webern’s Langsamer Satz is a subtle yet powerfully intense example of the young composer’s originality.


Anton Webern / Langsamer Satz
Johannes Brahms / Concerto for Violin and Cello in A minor, Op. 102 (arr. Yoomi Paick)
Arnold Schoenberg / Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4

http://www.nycpmusic.org/brahms-schoenberg/

free admission, reserve tickets

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Nov
9
8:00 PM20:00

NYCP @ West Side Presbyterian, NJ

The New York Classical Players


Dongmin Kim, conductor
Pamela Frank, violin
Peter Wiley, cello

A triad of great musical minds are showcased in this program with works by Brahms, Schoenberg, and Webern. Schoenberg famously paid homage to Brahms as a "great innovator" in his creative abilities and musical genius and in Verklärte Nacht, one hears echoes of Brahms’ formalism and rich lyricism that gives way to Schoenberg’s radical harmonies.  Acclaimed violinist Pamela Frank and cellist Peter Wiley - both celebrated soloists and collaborators -join the ensemble for Brahms’ remarkable Double Concerto. Composed as a homework assignment for his tutor, Schoenberg, Webern’s Langsamer Satz is a subtle yet powerfully intense example of the young composer’s originality.


Anton Webern / Langsamer Satz
Johannes Brahms / Concerto for Violin and Cello in A minor, Op. 102 (arr. Yoomi Paick)
Arnold Schoenberg / Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4

http://www.nycpmusic.org/brahms-schoenberg/

free admission, reserve tickets

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Nov
8
3:00 PM15:00

NYCP @ Mount St. Vincent College

The New York Classical Players


Dongmin Kim, conductor
Pamela Frank, violin
Peter Wiley, cello

A triad of great musical minds are showcased in this program with works by Brahms, Schoenberg, and Webern. Schoenberg famously paid homage to Brahms as a "great innovator" in his creative abilities and musical genius and in Verklärte Nacht, one hears echoes of Brahms’ formalism and rich lyricism that gives way to Schoenberg’s radical harmonies.  Acclaimed violinist Pamela Frank and cellist Peter Wiley - both celebrated soloists and collaborators -join the ensemble for Brahms’ remarkable Double Concerto. Composed as a homework assignment for his tutor, Schoenberg, Webern’s Langsamer Satz is a subtle yet powerfully intense example of the young composer’s originality.


Anton Webern / Langsamer Satz
Johannes Brahms / Concerto for Violin and Cello in A minor, Op. 102 (arr. Yoomi Paick)
Arnold Schoenberg / Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4

http://www.nycpmusic.org/brahms-schoenberg/

free admission, reserve tickets

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Oct
15
to Oct 21

Four Seasons Next Generation Series

Concert One: October 19, 7:30 pm

Fletcher Recital Hall, East Carolina University, Greenville N.C.

Concert Two: October 21, 4:00 pm

Nelson Music Hall, Duke University, Durham NC

Next Generation initiatives fulfill Four Seasons mission to develop the next generation of world-class musicians and music lovers. In the 2018-2019 season, Next Generation includes tours and concerts in Charlotte, Durham/Raleigh, Greensboro and Greenville; Master Teachers; Summer Chamber Music Institute 2019; Children’s Residency XII; and open rehearsals and master classes during every Four Seasons residency. Next Generation engages all ages: from elementary schoolchildren hearing their first string quartet to the most talented students rehearsing and performing in intense concert settings.

http://www.ecu.edu/cs-cfac/music/fourseasons/nextgeneration.cfm

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Sep
20
8:00 PM20:00

Shattered Glass @ DiMenna Center

THE EAR

THE DIMENNA CENTER FOR CLASSICAL MUSIC

Tickets

-Program-
Biber | Battalia a 10
Heap | Hide and Seek (arr. Max Jacob)
Joshua Carro | Time For Sonic Boom
Carlos José Castro | Serenata De La Luna
Gilad Cohen | Short Goat Blues
Andrea Donati | Skylark
Alicia Enstrom | Frenzied Whispers
Tyler Eschendal | Extract and Jingle
No Reservation | Diana Sussman

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Sep
16
7:30 PM19:30

Inside the Music of “Bel Canto” with Renee Flemming

Ensemble 63

Amelia Dietrich, violin

Emma Frucht, violin

Emily Liu, viola

Clare Bradford, cello

 

Bel Canto: Inside the Music with Renée Fleming, David Majzlin, Anthony Weintraub, and Elena Park

September 16, 2018,  7:30–8:50 pm 

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

For the new film Bel Canto, based on Ann Patchett’s award-winning novel, Renée Fleming provides the soprano voice of Roxane Coss (played by Julianne Moore), a renowned diva swept up, along with wealthy Japanese industrialist Hosokawa (Ken Watanabe), in a lengthy hostage crisis in South America. This dramatic love story, directed by Paul Weitz (who also co-wrote the screenplay), unfolds with an arresting score that features classic opera arias as well as original music by David Majzlin. Fleming and Majzlin join Bel Canto’s Anthony Weintraub (producer/co-screenwriter) and Elena Park (music producer) to discuss the film’s creation and its musical components. Ensemble 63 will perform several excerpts from Bel Canto, which will debut in theaters on September 14.

$45, $40 members and Friends of Works & Process.

House seats may be available for $1,000+ Friends of Works & Process. On a limited basis, house seats may be released to the public before performances at ticket prices of $90, $80 members.

For more information, please call 212 758 0024.

 

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Sep
7
7:30 PM19:30

Noree Chamber Soloists Music Festival: Concert One

Noree Chamber Soloists Music Festival

Francesca dePasquale, Amelia Dietrich, YuEun Kim, violin | Sung Jin Lee, viola | Yi Qun Xu, cello | Yoon Lee, piano

Saint-Saëns Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso in A Minor, Opus 28 (YuEun Kim, soloist)
Debussy String Quartet in G Minor, Opus 10
Fauré Piano Quartet No.2 in G Minor 

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Aug
17
7:00 PM19:00

Stonington, Maine

The Romantic Spirit

Noree Chamber Soloists

 

Clara Schumann Three Romances, Robert Schumann Piano Fantasy in C, Robert Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Brahms Piano Trio in B Major

Yoon Lee, piano |  Amelia Dietrich, violin  |  Yi Qun Xu, cello

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Aug
16
7:30 PM19:30

Kneisel Hall, Blue Hill

THE ROMANTIC SPIRIT

Noree Chamber Soloists 

  • Friday, August 17, 2018

Clara Schumann Three Romances, Robert Schumann Piano Fantasy in C, Robert Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Brahms Piano Trio in B Major

Yoon Lee, piano |  Amelia Dietrich, violin  |  Yi Qun Xu, cello

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May
17
8:00 PM20:00

Noree Performing Arts Gala: World Premiere

World Premiere of Alex Burtzos's Piano Trio

Yoon Lee, piano 

Amelia Dietrich, violin

Yi-Qun Xu, cello

 

Noree Performing Arts Celebrates 5th Annual
Music & Dance Festival: Ga・Mu 2018

Original, Mythical and Mystical Music & Dance

We invite you to Noree's annual festival, Ga・Mu (music & dance). 
Experience an evening of Noree’s original dance works influenced by Korean cultural elements and musical performances by Noree Chamber Soloists. 

A premiere of a collaborative work with EunSung Lee (Choreographer), Alex Burtzos (Noree’s Composer-in Residence), Irene SK Kim (Art Director of Noree), and Curtis Shields (Lighting Designer).

An exploration of topology and geometry of movement with Ellen Goldman (Choreographer), Anna Shapiro (Textiles and Sculptural Art Design Artist), and David Pearl (Composer).

Noree Chamber Soloists will perform Derek Bermel’s Soul Garden for Viola and string quintet (Caeli Smith, soloist) and Mozart’s Piano Concert No. 23 (Yoon Lee, soloist). 

Selected choreographers Rebekka Nodhturft, Awaken Dance Theater and Henry Max MacCall 4th Sun Dance Company from past PLAYSCAP 2017.

Noree dance performers: EunSung Lee, Sook Kim, Seyong Kim, Caleb Patterson, Oriana Catton, Fallon Johnson

Noree music performers: Stella Chen, Amelia Dietrich, Bela Horvath, Caeli Smith, Sung Jin Lee, YiQun Xu, and Yoon Lee. 

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May
9
7:00 PM19:00

Red Bull Music Festival NYC - Tristan Perich: Drift Multiply

As part of Red Bull Music Festival New York, renowned modern classical composer and sound artist Tristan Perich will premiere his most ambitious project yet: A piece for 50 violins and 50 self-built 1-bit speakers. Perich investigates the spaces where the physical world meets the abstract world of computational electronics, writing intricate arrangements that blend lo-fi 1-bit sound – the lowest possible digital representation of audio – with cascading melodies performed by classically trained musicians. Also performing will be Lesley Flanigan, the experimental electronic musician known for her work with handmade speaker feedback instruments and voice. Flanigan takes a sculptural approach to sound design, and will present a new project for subwoofers and solo voice.

Tristan Perich: Drift Multiply was commissioned by ISSUE Project Room, made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Age Requirement: all ages
Ticket Price: $20

What is Red Bull Music Festival New York?
Red Bull Music Festival New York is a celebration of New York and the music, stories, and cultures that make the city what it is. For 3+ weeks (May 3rd until May 25th) #RBMNYC will take over the city with an array of events - public lectures, immersive experiences, film screenings, expansive live music performances, and more - that New York City’s cultural community has come to expect as part of the festival.

Get all the details at https://nyc.redbullmusicfestival.com/

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