Tag: Music

Concert: From Dvorak to Piazzolla

Concert of excepcional Czech violoncellist Petr Nouzovský and top Czech accordionist Ladislav Horák presenting pieces for violoncello and accordion by Czech contemporary pieces as well as works of Antonín Dvořák together with Pizzolla’s tangos. Program: Karel Pexidr: Quodlibet for Accordion...

/ October 16, 2017

1980s: The Golden Age of Russian Rock

 On Thursday, October 5th please join the Jordan Center for “1980s: The “Golden Age” of Russian Rock, Part 2″ featuring Michael (Misha) Danilin from New York University. This event is part of the Occasional Series, sponsored by the NYU Jordan Center for the...

/ October 5, 2017

Romantic Overtures: Music by Mozart, Mendelssohn, Schumann and Brahms for Piano 2 Hands and Strings

Phoenix Chamber Ensemble performs Mozart’s “Piano Trio K.520 in B-flat Major”; Mendelssohn’s “Hebriden” and “Ruy Blas” overtures arranged for 1 piano 4 hands, violin and cello; Schumann’s “G-minor Piano Trio,” Op.110 and Brahms’ “Hungarian Dances arranged for 1 piano 4...

/ September 27, 2017

The Hear and Now: An Unorthodox Concert Experience

This concert explores the intersection of new music, sound arts, electronics, choreography and image. Come engage with musical soundscapes, both natural and urban, acoustic and electroacoustic, which resonate politically and personally. Featuring artists working at Columbia University and friends from...

/ September 22, 2017

Marco Fusi: violin, viola, viola d’amore

A solo recital of music by Billone, Scelsi, and a premiere by Christopher Trapani. Giacinto Scelsi: L’âme ailée / L’âme ouverte Christopher Trapani: Tesserae for viola d’amore and electronics (US premiere) Pierluigi Billone: ITI KE MI Marco Fusi is an...

/ April 26, 2017

The Dichter Project: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Brooklyn Art Song Society begins a new initiative showcasing the greatest German poets set by the greatest lieder composers.  The inaugural concert features the high priest of German culture, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, as set by two masters:  Franz Schubert...

/ April 23, 2017

Generation Millennium

ALEXANDER BEDENKO, clarinet; SOLOMIYA IVAKHIV, violin YVES DHARAMRAJ, cello; ANGELINA GADELIYA, piano BOHDAN KRYVOPUST, piano BOHDAN KRYVOPUST: “Fern Flower” (“Kvitka paporoti”) for Violin and Piano (2015); Klavierstück for Solo Piano (*Premiere) (2016); ZOLTAN ALMASHI: “Songs of Blooming” (“Pisni tsvitinnya”)—duet for...

/ April 2, 2017

Swedish Festival

Join us for an evening celebration! Flugelhorn player Oskar Stenmark will perform Swedish jazz and folk music with Billy Test on piano in Gilbert Court. Enjoy a prix-fixe Swedish tasting plate and old-fashioned Glögg in the Morgan Café, and curatorial...

/ March 31, 2017

Three Centuries of Swedish Music with Per Tengstrand

Pianist Per Tengstrand performs Swedish music from the eighteenth through the twenty-first centuries, intertwined with more known composers whose music inspired the Swedish works. This concert is co-presented with the Morgan Library and coincides with the Morgan’s exhibition Treasures from the Nationalmuseum, Sweden:...

/ March 16, 2017

Watch: In old synagogue, New York discovers Italian hazanut

Primo Levi Center invited Rabbi Richetti from Italy to perform a selection of religious songs.

/ March 6, 2017