Wednesday 1 November 2017:
Wed 1 Nov 2017, 20:00 - Carnegie Hall, New YorkThe Washington Post wrote that pianist Marc-André Hamelin ´s "technical facility is breathtaking: The piano quivers and trembles under his thunderous assault, but his sensitivity is also superb." These qualities are at the fore in a program that explores the hazy harmonies and delicate timbres of Debussy, the power and poetry of Liszt, and music by other master pianist-composers.
Thursday 2 November 2017:
Thu 2 Nov 2017, 19:00 - Carnegie Hall, New YorkOf Thee I Sing , the first musical to win a Pulitzer Prize when debuted in 1931, is a comic classic with satire relevant to current headlines. With a tuneful and witty score by George and Ira Gershwin and a libretto by Kaufman and Ryskind, written during the time of their famed association with the Marx Brothers, this production features Tony-nominated luminaries Bryce Pinkham ( A Gentleman’s Guid
Friday 3 November 2017:
Fri 3 Nov 2017, 20:00 - Carnegie Hall, New YorkThe 9th Annual AGBU Performing Artists in Concert showcases the talents of young Armenian musicians who have benefited from the AGBU Performing Arts Fellowship Program. The concert is a celebration of the 85th Anniversary of the Composer’s Union of Armenia as well as a benefit for the AGBU Performing Arts programs. Under the artistic direction of Maestro Vahan Mardirossian , pianist and principal
Fri 3 Nov 2017, 19:30 - Carnegie Hall, New YorkThe Orchestra Now (T?N), conducted by Leon Botstein , performs works by two Hollywood composers. The first piece is a suite of music from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho , written by his close collaborator Bernard Herrmann. The orchestra also performs Herrmann’s first symphony, which was jointly commissioned by CBS and the New York Philharmonic in 1940. Finally, T?N performs the only symphony of Erich W
Saturday 4 November 2017:
Sat 4 Nov 2017, 20:30 - Carnegie Hall, New YorkAmjad Ali Khan is one of India´s most celebrated classical musicians. Heir to a long and distinguished musical lineage, he is the leading exponent of the Gwalior gharana , a highly lyrical style popular at the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. For this performance, he will be accompanied by two tabla players.
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