Tag: Music

D’après le Bauyn: Jean-Henry D’Anglebert and Louis Couperin

Harpsichoridst Giuseppe Schinaia performs works from the Bauyn Manuscript, an important source of French harpsichord music from the 17th century. This is the second of three concerts during “Bernini in Paris: Italian Guests in the Sun King’s Court.” Admission $35....

/ February 28, 2016

At the Pleasure of Mazarin: Roman Treasures from the Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris

Five musicians perform pieces from the collection of Cardinal Mazarin, Chief Minister of France and advisor to Louis XIV. The first of three concerts during “Bernini in Paris: Italian Guests in the Sun King’s Court.” From Salon/Sanctuary Concerts: A Cardinal...

/ February 25, 2016

Hammershøi: The Poetry of Silence with the Nikolaj Hess Trio

From Scandinavia House: Reflecting on the silence, beauty, simplicity and magic of Vilhelm Hammershøi’s poetic universe, internationally-renowned jazz and improvisational artist Nikolaj Hess paints a modern impression of one of Denmark’s most celebrated artists together with his trio, in a...

/ February 22, 2016

Adventures in Italian Opera: Ambrogio Maestri

From Casa Italiana: The fourth Adventure in Italian Opera with Fred Plotkin of this season will feature Italian baritone Ambrogio Maestri has achieved the rare distinction of total ownership of an iconic role. His interpretation of Verdi’s Falstaff, which he...

/ February 18, 2016

The Blarney Star Concert Series: Mary Coogan and Bruce Foley

Via Glucksman Ireland House NYU: New Yorker Mary Coogan is, with Joanie Madden, one of only two original members still playing with the celebrated group Cherish the Ladies. Her guitar, mandolin and tenor banjo playing have been featured on all...

/ February 12, 2016

Corporel: A Concert for Solo Percussion, Electronics and Invented Instruments

Multi-percussionst Diego Espinosa, founder of The Electronic Hammer percussion trio and Ear Massage percussion quarter, presents a concert in Buell Hall.

/ February 12, 2016

Golden Age of Russian Rock

NYU’s Michael Danilin brings us “back to the exciting 1980s and get them acquainted with some of the most notable representatives of the Russian rock genre.” Danilin is a scholar of modern music and the host of Rock-N-Dance Radio, an...

/ February 12, 2016

Portraits in Song: Bridging Italy to Brazil and Beyond

Targo Tenco award-winning jazz duo, eMPathia, combines the musical flavors of Italy, Brazil and New York in one act. Vocalist Mafalda Minnozzi has collaborated with Brazilian artists for many years, and guitarist Paul Ricci has played with the likes of...

/ February 9, 2016