Wed, May 29 at 7:30 pm
Thu, May 30 at 7:30 pm
Fri, May 31 at 7:30 pm
Sat, Jun 1 at 7:30 pm
$35; Seniors $25; Day of Show $40
Commemorating the Verdi Bicentenary, Vocal Productions NYC will present the majestic opera, Ernani, in the full uncut version. Conductor Predrag Vasić will lead the UNSRC Orchestra. Seldom performed, this magnificent gem will delight you with dancing melodies, heroic strains, and sublime celestial phrases. Come hear some of the best new artists in New York.
|New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra|
Thu, May 30 at 8 pm
$20; Member, Student, Senior $14; Child $12
NASO's season concludes with a program of inspirations: Brahms Academic Festival Overture based on raucous student drinking songs (no joke), the fiercely patriotic Rhapsody Vardar (aka Bulgarian Rhapsody) by Pancho Vladigerov, and Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet overture-fantasy based on Shakespeare's tragedy.
|Who Ordered This?|
Come enjoy the beginning of a brilliant collaboration between Bar Thalia and the NYU MPAP(Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions), as we embark on a monthly music series led by oboist- Hugo Souza.
|Reinaldo Moya, Mark Thome, Matt Welch: New Opera|
Tue, Jun 4 at 7:30 pm
$10; Day of Show $15
Three new operas are showcased in excerpts: Generalissimo by Reinaldo Moya, She: An Opera of Adventure by Mark Thome, and The Three Truths by Matthew Welch. Concert presentations of scenes from these three operas will feature Ensemble 20-21, the Lost Dog New Music Ensemble, and the extraordinary singers Blake Friedman, Mary Mackenkzie, Solange Merdinian, Nicole Pantos, Anne Rhodes, Douglas Williams and many others.
|The Azure Ensemble|
Thu, Jun 6 at 7:30 pm
$10; Students, Seniors $5; Day of Show $12
The Azure Ensemble performs exciting and beautiful works by living women composers. The program includes compositions by Augusta Read Thomas, Wang Jie, Melinda Wagner, and Anna Weesner.
|Belleza & Hollywood|
Sat, Jun 8 at 6 pm
Belleza & Hollywood is an annual even that gives young actors, singers, models or dancers throughout the greater Tri-State area an opportunity to be discovered by prestigious talent agents, talent directors, modeling agencies, casting directors and music producers from the entertainment industry.
|New York Composers Circle|
Sat, Jun 8 at 7:30 pm
$15; Members $12; Students, NYCC Members FREE; Day of Show $20
The New York Composers Circle presents a concert of new and recent music by its members, including the world premiere performance of Nine for Two for flute and violin by Jesse Diener-Bennett, the winner of the NYCC 2012 Composition Competition.
|The Spirit of Resilience|
Sun, Jun 9 at 4:30 pm
"The Spirit of Resilience", performed by The Jewish People's Philharmonic Chorus with Conductor Binyumen Schaechter and Pianist Shinae Kim and guest soloists Di Shekhter-tekhter / The Schaechter Sisters, Andrew Keltz. This concert celebrates the poetry of Abraham (Avrom) Reisin, the music of Max Helfman and Mark Zuckerman, and more...
|New Voices: Leaving Home|
Mon, Jun 10 at 8 pm
$30; Members, Seniors $25; Students $20
The New Voices Collective is excited to present the world premiere of Leaving Home - a triple bill of three one-act musicals with music by Jonathan Larson Award-winner Sam Davis (Bunnicula) and book and lyrics by Drama Desk-nominee Sean Hartley (Cupid and Psyche).
2013 Guggenheim Fellowship winner Sheila Silver brings her new songbook based on Edna St. Vincent Millay's poetry to Symphony Space. The work is performed by Lauren Flanigan, Deanne Meek, Risa Renae Harman, and Tandy Cronyn.
|The Magic Flute|
Wed, Jun 26 at 1 pm, 4:30 pm, and 8 pm
The Magic Flute is an opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart which describes the trials that the human spirit undergoes in order to achieve true love. The story develops in a magical setting where the Prince Tamino falls deeply in love with the Princess Pamina. Together they face many obstacles and are able to overcome them and live happily ever after.
|East Winds Ensemble: Solstice|
Fri, Jun 28 at 8 pm
$25; Members $22; Seniors, Students, Children $15
East Winds Ensemble will present a unique and exciting concert of Shakuhachi and Koto music that will take you on a journey into the soul of old and modern Japan with very soulful and passionate music interpreted by some of the best performers of Japanese music.
|Glass Farm Ensemble presents New Music|
Mon, Jul 1 at 7:30 pm
$20; Members, Seniors, Students, Children $15
The Glass Farm Ensemble presents compositions by Michael Jarrell, Paula Matthusen, Frederic Rzewski, Alfred Simmerlin. Performed by Margaret Lancaster, flute; Amy Advocat, clarinet; Bill Trigg, percussion; and Yvonne Troxler, piano.
|Zzyzx Quartet "Intersections"|
Fri, Jul 12 at 7:30 pm
$20; Students, Military $15; Seniors $10. Please note: Student & Military tickets must be purchased in person at the box office with a valid ID.
Dubbed “a superb ensemble with impeccable musical taste” by the Saxophone Journal, the Zzyzx Quartet will present its debut New York City recital alongside the release of its newest album, Intersections.
|Classic Soul Music Awards|
Sat, Jul 13 at 8 pm
$55/$45/$40; Day of Show $60/$50/$45
2013 Classic Soul Music Awards are a way to keep the memory of the artists from the 70's, 80's, and 90's alive and the music we have come to enjoy and to thank and honor those artists for their unequaled hard work in keeping those soulful sounds alive today! Performances by honorees Harold Melvin's Bluenotes, The Original Joneses, The Lengendary Intruders, and more...
|Jazz Cornetist Ed Polcer, with The Midiri Brothers|
Mon, Sep 9 at 7:15 pm
$35; Members $25; Students, Children $10
Ed Polcer returns to the Bechet Society stage along with a veteran SBS rhythm section: Mark Shane on piano, Frank Tate on bass, and Marion Felder on drums. Joining Ed on the frontline are SBS first timers, The Midiri Brothers. On soprano sax & clarinet, Joe Midiri, and on trombone & vibes, Paul Midiri.
|Tamburitzans in Concert|
Sat, Mar 29 at 8 pm
$40/$30/$20; Seniors, Students, Members $37/$27/$17; Children $35/$25/$15; Day of Show $45/$35/$25; Seniors, Students, Members $42/$32/$22; Children $40/$30/$20
Via a two-hour journey filled with color, sound and movement, The Duquesne University Tamburitzans captures the indomitable spirit of Eastern Europe and neighboring cultures. Language (a dozen or more are used) is no barrier, as these emotions strike a universal chord.
|Brahms' Symphony No. 2|
Sun, Apr 13 at 4 pm
The nostalgic beauty of this work is matched by its exuberance and thrilling drama. Conductor Leon Botstein and the American Symphony Orchestra guide you through with a vibrant talk with musical excerpts, then perform the complete work, and answer questions in a Q&A.