Metro Chamber Orchestra

Brooklyn Academy of Music (map)

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15th Anniversary Concert Gala

Brooklyn Academy of Music Fishman Space  
Works by Kilar, Jenkins, Beethoven & Mozart featuring Filip Pogady, violin

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Rhode Island Philharmonic

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Program:
Del Aguila Congo Line in Hell
Mozart Piano Concerto No.20 K.466 in d minor with Alon Goldstein on piano
Saint-Saens Symphony No.3, Op.78 in c minor (organ)

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Huntsville Symphony Orchestra, Alabama - Guest Principal Cello

Von Braun Center (map)

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Guest Principal cello with Huntsville Symphony Orchestra

Program to include:
Ravel Rhapsodie Esagnole
Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Respighi Fountains of Rome
Debussy La Mer 

 Tickets and Information: http://www.hso.org/concerts/ravel-and-debussy/

Huntsville Symphony Chamber Music Concert

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Huntsville Chamber Music performed by principal players of the Huntsville Orchestra

Program:
Dinner & Frank Schubert Octet 

Tickets and Information: http://www.hso.org/concerts/four-courses-eight-musicians/

Metro Chamber Orchestra

Brooklyn Music School (map)

Brooklyn Music School

The Greek Myth, Handel Suite from Hercules, Barber " Medea Cave of the Heart". Benjamin Britten's "Phaedra" 

SPINNING by Julia Wolfe

Alexander Kasser Theater (map)

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Julia Wolfe (“Anthracite Fields,” 2015), Maya Beiser, Melody Giron and a third cellist honor the essential labor of spinning thread. “Spinning” celebrates the work once performed by hand by women. Music has long been a vital part of the craft — both as a propelling force and as a distraction. To pay homage to the human dignity of this “women’s work,” Wolfe and Beiser create a sonic universe for three cellos and voice featuring multimedia projections imagined by the innovative artist Laurie Olinder to illuminate and pay homage to the craft. In Beiser’s words, “I found in Julia’s music a rare quality — combining folk, rock and classical elements in a distinct and relentless energy. This collaboration is one that has been in our minds for many years, and we are thrilled to now embark on this journey together.”

Tickets and Information: https://www.peakperfs.org/event/spinning/2018-05-11/

SPINNING by Julia Wolfe

Alexander Kasser Theater (map)

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Julia Wolfe (“Anthracite Fields,” 2015) with Maya Beiser, Melody Giron and a third cellist, will honor the essential labor of spinning thread. “Spinning” celebrates the work once performed by hand by women. Music has long been a vital part of the craft — both as a propelling force and as a distraction. To pay homage to the human dignity of this “women’s work,” Wolfe and Beiser create a sonic universe for three cellos and voice featuring multimedia projections imagined by the innovative artist Laurie Olinder to illuminate and pay homage to the craft. In Beiser’s words, “I found in Julia’s music a rare quality — combining folk, rock and classical elements in a distinct and relentless energy. This collaboration is one that has been in our minds for many years, and we are thrilled to now embark on this journey together.”

Tickets and Information: https://www.peakperfs.org/event/spinning/2018-05-11/

SPINNING by Julia Wolfe

Alexander Kasser Theater (map)

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Julia Wolfe (“Anthracite Fields,” 2015) with Maya Beiser, Melody Giron and a third cellist, will honor the essential labor of spinning thread. “Spinning” celebrates the work once performed by hand by women. Music has long been a vital part of the craft — both as a propelling force and as a distraction. To pay homage to the human dignity of this “women’s work,” Wolfe and Beiser create a sonic universe for three cellos and voice featuring multimedia projections imagined by the innovative artist Laurie Olinder to illuminate and pay homage to the craft. In Beiser’s words, “I found in Julia’s music a rare quality — combining folk, rock and classical elements in a distinct and relentless energy. This collaboration is one that has been in our minds for many years, and we are thrilled to now embark on this journey together.”

Tickets and Information: https://www.peakperfs.org/event/spinning/2018-05-11/

SPINNING by Julia Wolfe

Alexander Kasser Theater (map)

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Julia Wolfe (“Anthracite Fields,” 2015) with Maya Beiser, Melody Giron and a third cellist, will honor the essential labor of spinning thread. “Spinning” celebrates the work once performed by hand by women. Music has long been a vital part of the craft — both as a propelling force and as a distraction. To pay homage to the human dignity of this “women’s work,” Wolfe and Beiser create a sonic universe for three cellos and voice featuring multimedia projections imagined by the innovative artist Laurie Olinder to illuminate and pay homage to the craft. In Beiser’s words, “I found in Julia’s music a rare quality — combining folk, rock and classical elements in a distinct and relentless energy. This collaboration is one that has been in our minds for many years, and we are thrilled to now embark on this journey together.”

Tickets and Information: https://www.peakperfs.org/event/spinning/2018-05-11/