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Events for February 2016
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Feb 6, 2016
Bobby McFerrin
Dates: February 6th, 2016 8:00 PM
Auditorium: Wharton Center for Performing Arts
  750 E. Shaw Lane
  East Lansing, MI United States
Phone: 5178818077
e-mail: whartoncetner@gmail.com
Web: http://www.whartoncenter.com/events/detail/bobby-mcferrin

Vocal virtuoso Bobby McFerrin is always exploring new territory, and is known for music that transcends categorization. The Bobby Meets... series evolved naturally over decades as Bobby’s love of surprising new sounds drew him toward onstage meetings with guest artists all over the world. For example, Bobby Meets Indonesia featured a kecak (monkey chant) ensemble, a Gamelan, and traditional mask dancers; Bobby Meets Shanghai featured a Kuquu Opera star, an Erhu player, and a classical ballet dancer; Bobby Meets Ireland featured pipes, recorders, folk dancers, and a harpist; and Bobby Meets Africa in New York featured immigrant master musicians from Mali and Benin. The series has also given him a chance to work with spectacular musicians from Ireland, Turkey, Israel, and Russia. Now, we’re excited to bring the Bobby Meets... series to you.

Ecstatic Music Festival: Bang on a Can presents the 2016 People's Commissioning Fund Concert
Dates: Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 7:30pm
Auditorium: Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center
  129 West 67th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (212) 501-3330
e-mail: boxoffice@kaufmanmusiccenter.org
Web: http://www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/mch/event/ecstatic-music-f

Bang on a Can presents the 2016 People's Commissioning Fund concert, one of the most anticipated and reliable launching pads for composers in New York and beyond, as part of Ecstatic Music Festival. Bang on a Can All-Stars will give world premieres of works by PCF-commissioned composers Caroline Shaw, Gabriella Smith, Zhang Shouwang of the Beijing band Carsick Cars, and Rene Lussier. The All-Stars will also perform Julia Wolfe's "Reeling" from Field Recordings and, in a special highlight of the concert, will be joined by the Trinity Choir for "Breaker Boys" from Wolfe's Pulitzer Prize-winning oratorio Anthracite Fields. The concert will also pay tribute to Ornette Coleman with a performance of the piece he wrote for the All-Stars in 2005, "Haven't Been Where I Left." John Schaefer of WNYC-FM will host the evening for future radio broadcasts on his program, "New Sounds Live."

HSA Presents the Exhibition of Fabiola Jean-Louis: Rewriting History, paper gowns & photographs
Dates: Feb. 6 to March 1
Sponsor: Harlem School of the Arts
Auditorium: Harlem School of the Arts
Contact: Eva Woolridge
  645 Saint Nicholas Ave
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2129264100
e-mail: ewoolridge@hsanyc.org
Web: http://https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hsa-presents-the-exhibit

The Harlem School of Arts Visual Arts Department Emerging & Teaching Artists Exhibition is pleased to present Rewriting History: paper gowns & photographs, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based Haitian artist Fabiola Jean-Louis. This collection of new and recent works will be her first solo show featuring an installment of photography and display of 15-19th century-inspired period paper gown sculptures. An opening reception will be held on February 6th, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The exhibition will be on view through March 1, 2016 at the Harlem School of the Arts Gallery at 645 Saint Nicholas Avenue and is free and open to the public. Rewriting History is an inquiry into social change. How much has society really changed since the beginning of slavery? Do Black lives matter in the 21st century? The exhibition interrogates these questions and more through a haunting photographic essay and paper sculptures styled to mimic garments worn by female European nobility between the 15th – 19th centuries.

Open House 2016
Dates: Feb. 6 to March
Sponsor: Harlem School of the Arts
Auditorium: Harlem School of the Arts
Contact: Eva Woolridge
  645 Saint Nicholas Ave
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2129264100
e-mail: ewoolridge@hsanyc.org
Web: http://https://www.eventbrite.com/e/winter-open-house-2016-t

Were you unable to attend HSA's first Open House? Don't fret! HSA is holding a mid-semester Open House for all families to tour the facility, meet our faculty and attend classes, and learn more about our course offerings at parent orientation. Open house is Feb. 6th 12PM-3PM at Harlem School of the Arts. For more information on HSA, go to http://hsanyc.org/ Please join us for this opportunity to learn more about this amazing arts institution!

Feb 7, 2016
Heinrich Christensen Performs New York Premiere of Robert Sirota's New Work for Organ
Dates: Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 5pm
Auditorium: Cathedral of St. John the Divine
  1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (212) 316-7540
Web: http://www.stjohndivine.org/visit/calendar/events/music/1297

Composer Robert Sirota's new work for organ, Chorale Variations on Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten, will receive its New York premiere in a recital by organ virtuoso Heinrich Christensen, who recently gave the world premiere in Boston. In addition to the new work, Christensen will perform Sirota's Celestial Wind as well as two pieces by Boston composer and Sirota's former student, Graham Gordon Ramsay: In Praise of San Simpliciano (2009) and Jacob vs. Angel (2007). Chorale Variations on Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten is a 13-minute piece composed for Heinrich Christensen. This work continues what Sirota calls his "preoccupation, bordering on obsession" with hymnody, using as its theme a great 17th-century Lutheran hymn by Georg Neumark. As homage to Heinrich's heritage, this is a hymn commonly sung in Denmark (See hvor sig dagen atter skynder), featured in Babette's Feast, and Sirota has composed twelve variations upon this theme.

The ISC (International Street Cannibals) Celebrates The 2015 Lucca International Music Festival With Premieres By Award-Winning Composers
Dates: Feb 7
Sponsor: International Street Cannibals
Auditorium: St Mark's Church
Contact: isadeco@earthlink.net
  131 East 10th Street
  New York City, NY United States
Web: http://www.streetcannibals.com

PREMIERES of works by THIERRY ESCAICH and DOMINIQUE LEMAÎTRE (Paris), ALASTAIR GREIG (London), CHRISTOPHER LYNDON-GEE (Vilnius/New York), and FERNANDO MAGLIA (Buenos Aires); Music by CLAUDE DEBUSSY With a rare U.S. appearance by distinguished French cellist MICHEL STRAUSS The New York-based new music ensemble ISC, under the direction of cellist Dan Barrett, joins forces with a roster of acclaimed performers to celebrate the Lucca International Music Festival (Accademia d’Estate Internazionale, Lucca, Italy) – a festival founded in 2013 by American flutist Linda DiMartino Wetherill to promote contemporary chamber music from around the world. The N.Y. concert will feature a selection of premieres by award-winning festival composers, each investigating the tonal palette and acoustical ramifications of their distinctive sonic worlds. This concert is presented as part of Composers Now Festival, taking place throughout New York City in February and celebrating the work of living composers.

Feb 10, 2016
Inside Chamber Music with Bruce Adolphe
Dates: Feb 10 at 6:30pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1991

Restless Romanticism Bruce Adolphe explores the passionate classicism of three restless Romantic spirits: Schubert, Brahms, and Dvo?ák. Focus on Schubert's Quartet in D minor for Strings, D. 810, “Death and the Maiden”

Feb 11, 2016
New Music in the Kaplan Penthouse
Dates: Feb 11 at 7:30pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1975

Hear new music by a selection of today’s foremost chamber music composers, performed at the highest level by an array of CMS musicians. Carefully curated programs offer works that draw upon great traditions while paving the way to a bright future for the art form. Each concert includes an intermission wine reception and post-concert discussion with musicians and composers. Liebermann Quartet for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 114 (2010) Stucky Rain Shadow for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello (2012) Neikrug Green Torso for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello (2009) Sierra Fuego de a?ngel for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello (2011)

Feb 12, 2016
ACRONYM and Les Canards Chantants at Baryshnikov Arts Center
Dates: February 12, 2016 at 8pm
Sponsor: Baryshnikov Arts Center, Jerome Robbins Theater
Auditorium: Baryshnikov Arts Center, Jerome Robbins Theater
  450 West 37th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 8668114111
e-mail: info@bacnyc.org
Web: http://bit.ly/acronym-les-canards-chantants

Baryshnikov Arts Center and Five Boroughs Music Festival co-present Baroque string band ACRONYM and the vocalists of Les Canards Chantants. The concert features the unusual and enticing large-ensemble sonatas of Giovanni Valentini (c1582-1649) - coupled with the first modern performances of selections from his Secondo libro di madrigali (1616), the earliest known madrigals to call for instruments other than continuo, exactly four hundred years after the madrigals' publication. ACRONYM is a twelve-member string band, dedicated to giving modern premieres of the wild instrumental music of the seventeenth century, resurrecting long-forgotten works. They join forces with Les Canards Chantants, a solo-voice ensemble committed to dynamic interpretation of renaissance polyphony, who have been praised for their "polished singing" and for "instilling their superb performances with liveliness and theatricality" (Boston Musical Intelligencer).

Feb 13, 2016
Choral Concert by St. George’s College Youth Choir
Dates: Feb 13
Sponsor: Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
Auditorium: Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels
Contact: Frank Brownstead
  555 West Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
  Los Angeles, CA United States
Phone: 213-680-5200
e-mail: FBrownstead@olacathedral.org
Web: http://www.OlaCathedral.org

The award-winning St. George's Weybridge College Youth Choir from England will be performing at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on Saturday, February 13 as part of their 2016 California Choral Tour! The choir consists of 40 children aged 13-18 who have most recently sung at Westminster Cathedral for Mass and are about to record a new CD music, having previously been the BBC School Choir of the Year. The music department raises significant funds for school supported charities and the choir’s first CD, I am the Day, sold out within a month of being released. The College’s Chamber Choir has been selected to compete in the semi-finals of the 2016 BBC Songs of Praise Senior School Choir of the Year Competition. Varied repertory including SATB accompanied and a cappella music from all eras.

People's Champs & BCAM: Stories from My Brooklyn
Dates: Saturday, February 13, 8:00 PM
Auditorium: National Sawdust
  80 NORTH 6TH ST
  BROOKLYN, NY United States
Phone: (646) 779-8455
e-mail: info@nationalsawdust.org
Web: http://nationalsawdust.org/event/found-sound-nation-presents

People's Champs & BCAM's performance is the culmination of a two-week music, production & songwriting workshop. In this special collaboration, students from Bedford Stuyvesant's BCAM High School collaborate with experimental-dance-soul-funk collective People's Champs in the creation of new, original music. Ruminating on the theme "Stories from My Brooklyn", People's Champs and BCAM will address topics of place, ownership, justice, change and community in Brooklyn. The collaborative performance will be followed by a set of original music from People's Champs. The first of a unique series curated by Found Sound Nation, this event challenges the traditional concert experience by presenting adventurous original works that amplify the voices of youth and connect people across cultural and geographic divides.

Feb 14, 2016
Boreal Trio Concert
Dates: February 14, 2016
Auditorium: Music at Kohl Mansion
  2750 Adeline Drive
  Burlingame, CA United States
Phone: 6507621130
e-mail: info@musicatkohl.org
Web: http://musicatkohl.org/buy-tickets/

Sunday, February 14 – The Boreal Trio, respectively top prize-winners of the Geneva International Competition, Brahms International Competition, and World Piano Competition, is passionate about exploring the existing chamber repertoire for clarinet, viola and piano, as well as inspiring composers to create new work for this unusual combination. Boreal brings to Kohl Mansion a program of pieces by Mozart, Schumann, Max Bruch and Jean Françaix to capture our hearts on Valentine’s Day. There will be a pre-concert talk by musicologist Kai Christiansen at 6 pm. Complimentary Meet-the-Artists Reception follows every concert. Program Includes: Mozart: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano in E flat Major, K. 498, "Kegelstatt" Schumann: Märchenerzählungen (Fairy Tales) for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, Op. 132 Max Bruch: Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, Op. 83 Jean Françaix: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano Uriel Vanchestein: Moment musical

Romantic Expressions
Dates: Jan 31 to Feb 14
Sponsor: North/South Consonance, Inc
Auditorium: Christ & St Stephen's Church
Contact: Max Lifchitz
  120 West 69th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-663-7566
e-mail: ns.concerts@att.net
Web: http://www.northsouthmusic.org

The North/South Chamber Orchestra performs works by recent action-packed works by American composers Joel Feigin, Max Lifchitz, Robert Martin and Eddie Venegas. Distinguished soloists will include flutist Lisa Hansen and trombonist Eddie Venegas. The free-admission concert starts at 3 PM.

Westminster Abbey Organist James O'Donnell to Give Recital on Winthrop's Famed G. Donald Harrison Organ on Feb. 14
Dates: Feb. 14
Auditorium: Byrnes Auditorium
Contact: Don Rogers
  1703 Memorial Circle, Winthrop University
  Rock Hill, SC United States
Phone: 803-323-2255
e-mail: rogersd@winthrop.edu
Web: http://www.winthrop.edu/news-events/article.aspx?id=43159

The Friends of the D.B. Johnson Memorial Organ Performance Fund Recital Series will kick off Feb. 14 with a recital by James O’Donnell, world renowned organist and master of the choristers of Westminster Abbey in London, England. O’Donnell, an internationally recognized organ recitalist, will perform Feb. 14 at 3 p.m. in Byrnes Auditorium. Admission to the Feb. 14 recital is $10 general admission; $5 students and seniors, and free for Winthrop students. For more information on the recital, please contact the Department of Music at 803/323-2255.

Feb 16, 2016
Beethoven String Quartets: Part IV
Dates: Feb 16 at 7:30pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1942

Beethoven’s complete string quartets provide deep insight into his evolution as a composer. Five of today’s most extraordinary ensembles will present the works chronologically in six not-to-be-missed concerts. Join us for pre-concert lectures on the Beethoven Cycle with Michael Parloff. Beethoven Quartet in E-flat major for Strings, Op. 74, “Harp” (1809) Beethoven Quartet in F minor for Strings, Op. 95, “Serioso” (1810-11) Beethoven Quartet in E-flat major for Strings, Op. 127 (1824-25)

Feb 17, 2016
Inside Chamber Music with Bruce Adolphe
Dates: Feb 17 at 6:30pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1992

Restless Romanticism Bruce Adolphe explores the passionate classicism of three restless Romantic spirits: Schubert, Brahms, and Dvo?ák. Focus on Brahms' Quartet No. 3 in C minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 60

Reflections Series: Music, So What's the Story? Part I
Dates: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 7:30pm
Auditorium: Avenues: The World School
  259 Tenth Avenue
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.524.9000
Web: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/gil-morgensterns-reflections-ser

Violinist Gil Morgenstern's Reflections Series International presents Part I of Music: So What's the Story? - a new programming initiative which explores music as narrative. Morgenstern will be joined by cellist Ole Akahoshi & pianist Rieko Aizawa to perform works that are reflective of each composer's personal narrative. Janacek's Sonata for Violin and Piano is a composition whose catalyst was the agitation and passionate emotions of WWI; Grieg's lighthearted Wedding Day at Troldhaugen depicts the "congratulations and best wishes" that are given by guests to newlyweds; and Smetana's Piano Trio in g minor is autobiographical work that was motivated by the death of his eldest daughter.

Feb 18, 2016
Master Class with the Escher String Quartet
Dates: Feb 18 at 11:00am
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1998

The art of interpretation and details of technique are explained as master artists share their wisdom with the next generation of chamber musicians. Escher String Quartet, ensemble

Puccini's "Turandot"
Dates: Feb. 18, 20, 23
Sponsor: Pacific Symphony
Auditorium: Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
  615 Town Center Drive
  Costa Mesa, CA United States
Phone: (714) 755-5799
Web: http://pacificsymphony.org

Thursday, Saturday, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 20, 23, 2016, 8 p.m. Carl St.Clair, conductor Eric Einhorn, stage director Pacific Chorale — John Alexander, artistic director Puccini’s spectacular masterpiece about a bloodthirsty princess whose icy, vengeful heart softens as she comes to know true love. The lyrical and sweeping score is filled with treasures including its signature aria “Nessun Dorma,” which has been used in many Hollywood scores and as the theme for BBC’s World Cup television coverage. Box Office: (714) 755-5799 www.PacificSymphony.org Tickets start at $25. http://www.facebook.com/PacificSymphony http://www.twitter.com/PacificSymphony

Puccini's "Turandot"
Dates: Feb. 18, 20 & 23, 2016
Sponsor: Pacific Symphony
Auditorium: Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
  615 Town Center Drive
  Costa Mesa, CA United States
Phone: 7147555799
e-mail: info@pacificsymphony.org
Web: http://https://www.pacificsymphony.org/tickets/concert/Turan

Puccini’s spectacular masterpiece about a bloodthirsty princess whose icy, vengeful heart softens as she comes to know true love. The lyrical and sweeping score is filled with treasures including its signature aria “Nessun Dorma,” which has been used in many Hollywood scores and as the theme for BBC’s World Cup television coverage. Carl St.Clair, conductor Eric Einhorn, stage director CAST: Tamara Mancini, Turandot Marc Heller, Calaf Elizabeth Caballero, Liu Hao Jiang Tian, Timur Dan Kempson, Ping Jonathan Blalock, Pang David Blalock, Pong Zachary Altman, Mandarin Ronald Naldi, Emperor

Feb 19, 2016
Beethoven String Quartets: Part V
Dates: Feb 19 at 7:30pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1943

Beethoven’s complete string quartets provide deep insight into his evolution as a composer. Five of today’s most extraordinary ensembles will present the works chronologically in six not-to-be-missed concerts. Beethoven Quartet in A minor for Strings, Op. 132 (1825) Beethoven Quartet in B-flat major for Strings, Op. 130 (1825-26) Beethoven Quartet for Strings, Op. 133, “Grosse Fuge” (1825-26)

Inbal Segev Gives World Premiere of Gity Razaz's Legend of Sigh
Dates: Friday, February 19, 2016 at 7pm
Sponsor: National Sawdust
Auditorium: National Sawdust
  80 North 6th Street
  Brooklyn, NY United States
Phone: 6467798455
e-mail: info@nationalsawdust.org
Web: http://bit.ly/InbalSegevNS

Cellist Inbal Segev, known for her "warm, pure and beautiful tone" (Strings Magazine) will give the world premiere performance of Legend of Sigh, a brand new multimedia, immersive piece for cello and electronics written for her by composer Gity Razaz with video and projection design by filmmaker Carmen Kordas. The concert is part of Razaz's appointment as composer-in-residence at National Sawdust and will also include her piece Valley of Not-Knowing for soprano, baritone, piano, cello, and clarinet.

Feb 21, 2016
Beethoven String Quartets: Part VI
Dates: Feb 21 at 5:00pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1944

Beethoven’s complete string quartets provide deep insight into his evolution as a composer. Five of today’s most extraordinary ensembles will present the works chronologically in six not-to-be-missed concerts. Join us for pre-concert lectures on the Beethoven Cycle with Michael Parloff. Beethoven Quartet in C-sharp minor for Strings, Op. 131 (1825-26) Beethoven Quartet in F major for Strings, Op. 135 (1826) Beethoven “Finale: Allegro” from Quartet in B-flat major for Strings, Op. 130 (1826)

Discover National Chamber Music Competition
Dates: February 21
Auditorium: Bennett-Gordon Hall
  418 Sheridan Rd
  Highland Park, IL United States
Phone: 847.926.9898
e-mail: mya@mya.org

Discover National Chamber Music Competition February 21, Bennett-Gordon Hall The Midwest Young Artists 9th Annual Discover National Chamber Music Competition will be held on Sunday, February 21, 2016, at Ravinia's Bennett Gordon Hall. The annual competition is designed to provide an educational as well as a competitive experience for young chamber ensembles. The competition is open to chamber ensembles in 12th grade and younger and is comprised of two divisions (Open and MYA). The competition is open to all instruments and is divided into the following two categories: Strings & Piano and All Other Instruments (brass, percussion, voice, winds). Contestants will be competing for over $5,000 in cash prizes and scholarships and the winner of each division will perform in a Winners Recital. The competition is open to the public and there is no charge for admission. For more information on the competition, visit: http://www.mya.org/chambercomp.php

Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc. Presents Warm Music on a Winter Afternoon
Dates: February, 2016
Sponsor: Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc.
Auditorium: Leonia United Methodist Church
Contact: Daryl Goldberg
  396 Broad Avenue
  Leonia, NJ United States
Phone: 201-947-3923
Web: http://www.facebook.com/leoniachambermusic

Professional musicians perform music of the Schubert Bb Trio for Piano, Violin, Cello; Arthur Honneger for Flute, English Horn, Piano; George Onslow String Quintet. Hear musicians Theresa Norris, flute; Marsha Heller, obeoe; Roy Lewis and Laura-Lindsay Sewell on violins; Maggie Speier, viola; Daryl Goldberg, cello; Patricia Dougherty, bass; and guest artist Steven Masi, piano. After the concert, meet the musicians and enjoy refreshments. Tickets: Available for purchase at the door. $30 adults, $25 seniors, and students under age 18 will be admitted free.

Feb 24, 2016
Inside Chamber Music with Bruce Adolphe
Dates: Feb 24 at 6:30pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1993

Bruce Adolphe explores the passionate classicism of three restless Romantic spirits: Schubert, Brahms, and Dvo?ák. Focus on Brahms' Trio in E-flat major for Horn, Violin, and Piano, Op. 40

Feb 25, 2016
Anne-Marie McDermott
Dates: Feb 25 at 7:30pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1962

The Art of the Recital The timeless art of the recital is perpetuated in the hands of present-day masters of the genre. Experience the musical journeys crafted by these thrilling performers in the intimate Rose Studio. Haydn Sonata in G major for Keyboard, Hob. XVI:40 (1784) Haydn Sonata in C minor for Keyboard, Hob. XVI:20 (1771) Haydn Sonata in C major for Keyboard, Hob. XVI:50 (c. 1794-95) Haydn Sonata in F major for Keyboard, Hob. XVI:23 (1773) Haydn Sonata in E-flat major for Keyboard, Hob. XVI:52 (1794)

At the Pleasure of Mazarin: Roman Treasures from the Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris
Dates: February 25th
Sponsor: Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
Auditorium: The Abigail Adams Smith Auditorium
Contact: Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
  417 East 61st Street between First and York Avenues
  New York City, NY United States
Phone: 1 888 718-4253
e-mail: salonsanctuaryconcerts@gmail.com
Web: http://www.salonsanctuary.org

Jessica Gould, soprano Diego Cantalupi, archlute Charles Weaver, theorbo James Waldo, cello Kenneth Hamrick, harpsichord A Cardinal who never took holy orders, Mazarin, né Giulio Raimondo Mazzarino (1602 – 1661), was born near Naples, grew up in Rome, and became Chief Minister of France. The most powerful advisor to Louis XIV was more fascinated by art than theology, and he imported innumerable Italian compositions and a fair number of Italian composers to his adopted country. Native sons whom he championed include Luigi Rossi (1597 – 1653), whose Orfeo was one of the first operas to be staged in France, Virgilio Mazzocchi (1597 – 1646), and Giacomo Carissimi (1605 – 1674), who became the teacher of Charpentier. Their music, came to transform the course of French music. Works of these Italian composerscan be found to this day at the Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris. A wine and cheese reception follows the concert.

Feb 26, 2016
HSA Theatre Alliance Presents: Medea
Dates: Feb. 26 to March 20
Sponsor: Harlem School of the Arts
Auditorium: Harlem School of the Arts
Contact: Diasia Scott
  645 Saint Nicholas Ave
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2129264100
e-mail: dscott@hsanyc.org
Web: http://hsanyc.org

The Harlem School of Arts Theatre Department presents: MEDEA Adapted, Directed and Designed by Artistic Director Alfred Preisser HSA’s modernist interpretation fuses the spirit of the ancient play with a contemporary awareness of the plight of women living in dangerously sexist societies today. This not-to-be-missed production will feature the professional debut of student actors from HSA’s Young Theatre Alliance Company, alongside professional actors from our faculty—actors KHALIL KAIN and TRACY JOHNSON are featured in the lead roles of Jason and Medea- for an evening of provoking drama, chanting and dance. February 26 – March 20, 2016 Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays | 7:00pm Not recommended for ages 11 and under Harlem School of the Arts Theatre, 645 Saint Nicholas Avenue $20 in advance* / $25 at the door / $18 Group Tickets / $15 students/seniors

ReEntry: A Staged Reading
Dates: February 26th - 27th 7:30 PM
Auditorium: Wharton Center for Performing Arts
  750 E. Shaw Lane
  East Lansing, MI United States
Phone: 5178818077
e-mail: whartoncenter@gmail.com
Web: http://www.whartoncenter.com/events/detail/reentry

How do you go from battlefields to summer barbecues? What price does a family pay when husbands, wives, sons and daughters go off to war? Based on interviews and testimony of soldiers and their families, this staged reading of ReEntry explores the challenges faced by over a dozen service members and their loved ones as they transition between home and deployment. Honest, moving and surprisingly funny, it takes you into the world of families and Marines as they get ready for and return from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Characters directly address the audience as they speak the real words of veterans and their families, give unvarnished answers about what they’ve seen, and tell of the joys, challenges and frustrations of returning home from war.

Feb 27, 2016
Peter Rabbit Tales
Dates: Saturday February 27, 1:30 PM & 4:00 PM
Auditorium: Wharton Center for Performing Arts
Contact: Wharton Center
  750 E. Shaw Lane
  East Lansing, MI United States
Phone: 5178818077
e-mail: whartoncenter@gmail.com
Web: http://www.whartoncenter.com/events/detail/peter-rabbit-tale

“Once upon a time there were four little rabbits, and their names were – Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail and Peter...” Celebrate Beatrix Potter’s 150th birthday year with Enchantment Theatre Co.’s Peter Rabbit TM Tales. Using fantastic masks, whimsical puppets, gorgeous scenery and original music, the magical world of Beatrix Potter comes to life onstage! Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny escape from Mr. McGregor, outfox Mr. Tod, and rescue the Flopsy Bunnies from the badger, Tommy Brock. Please join us for FREE interactive educational activities provided by our Inner Circle volunteers one hour prior to each Act One Family Series performance.

Feb 28, 2016
Albert and Wolfgang
Dates: Feb 28 at 2:00pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1985

Meet the Music! A group of physics students await their teacher on their first day of class, and who should appear but Albert Einstein! Einstein once said, “Mozart’s music is so pure and beautiful that I see it as a reflection of the inner beauty of the universe.” In his day, Einstein performed Mozart sonatas on the violin and played chamber music with professional musicians all over the world. Join us for an adventure with Einstein and Mozart! Featuring the music of Mozart, Bach, and Adolphe Join us for a pre-concert Musical Instrument Petting Zoo from 1-1:45 PM

Inspire Energy Concert: 1:00 pm
Dates: February 28
Auditorium: Bennett-Gordon Hall
  50 Arts Circle Dr
  Evanston, IL United States
Phone: 847.926.9898
e-mail: mya@mya.org

February 28, Pick-Staiger Concert Hall 1:00 pm: Reading, Cadet, Concertino, and Philharmonia Orchestras Midwest Young Artists presents four of its talented youth orchestras: Reading, Cadet, Concertino, and Philharmonia in concert on February 28th at 1:00. Join us at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall and enjoy as some of our youngest performers have an opportunity to share their talents. Tickets are available online at http://www.mya.org/store/tickets.php. Contact MYA at (847) 926-9898 or mya@mya.org for more information. See past performances on the free MYA podcast site, wmya.fm.

Inspire Energy Concert: 2:30 pm
Dates: February 28
Auditorium: Pick-Staiger Concert Hall
  50 Arts Circle Dr
  Evanston, IL United States
Phone: 847.926.9898
e-mail: mya@mya.org

February 28, Pick-Staiger Concert Hall 2:30 pm: Mini & Mighty Maestros, Voices Rising, and Concert Orchestra Midwest Young Artists is pleased to present its Concert Orchestra, Voices Rising, and Mini & Mighty Maestros for an afternoon of music on February 28th at 2:30 pm. Located at Northwestern’s Pick Staiger Concert Hall, this concert will demonstrate to you the incredible talent in our youth. This concert will also feature the Walgreens National Concerto Competition MYA Junior Division winner, as he/she debuts as a soloist with the orchestra. Tickets are available online at http://www.mya.org/store/tickets.php. Contact MYA at (847) 926-9898 or mya@mya.org for more information. See past performances on the free MYA podcast site, wmya.fm.

Inspire Energy Concert: 6:00 pm
Dates: February 28
Auditorium: Pick-Staiger Concert Hall
  50 Arts Circle Dr
  Evanston, IL United States
Phone: 847.926.9898
e-mail: mya@mya.org

February 28, Pick-Staiger Concert Hall 6:00 pm: Symphony Orchestra Midwest Young Artists is pleased to present the critically acclaimed Symphony Orchestra in concert. This evening of music at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall will also feature winners of the Walgreens National Concerto Competition performing with the Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are available online at http://www.mya.org/store/tickets.php. Contact MYA at (847) 926-9898 or mya@mya.org for more information. See past performances on the free MYA podcast site, wmya.fm.

Spotlight Series 2016
Dates: Sunday, February 28th 2016
Sponsor: Mainly Mozart
Auditorium: St. Elizabeth Seton Church
Contact: Teresa Monaco
  6628 Santa Isabel Street
  Carlsbad, CA United States
Phone: 619 239 0100 x2
e-mail: tmonaco@mainlymozart.org
Web: http://mainlymozart.org

Concert: 2:00 p.m. Enjoy world-class matinee performances in the brilliant acoustics of St. Elizabeth Seton Church. Spotlight Series at Carlsbad is presented in collaboration with the Carlsbad Winter Chamber Music Celebration. Szymanowski Quartet and Attacca Quartet Mozart Divertimento in D Major, K. 136 Mozart String Quartet in G Major, K.156 Mendelssohn Octet in E-Flat Major, Op. 20 Concert Tickets: $25 http://www.mainlymozart.org Box office: 619 239 0100 x2

Spotlight Series 2016
Dates: Sunday, February 28th 2016
Sponsor: Mainly Mozart
Auditorium: The Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club
Contact: Teresa Monaco
  17025 Avenida De Acacias
  Rancho Santa Fe, CA United States
Phone: 619 239 0100 x2
e-mail: tmonaco@mainlymozart.org
Web: http://www.mainlymozart.org

Welcome: 5:00 p.m. / 5:30 p.m. Concert 2016 promises to be a year of musical splendor and majesty as some of the world’s premier chamber musicians – both new and familiar – descend on beautiful Rancho Santa Fe for the acclaimed Spotlight Series. Szymanowski Quartet and Attacca Quartet Mozart Divertimento in D Major, K. 136 Mozart String Quartet in G Major, K.156 Mendelssohn Octet in E-Flat Major, Op. 20 Concert Tickets: $75 http://www.mainlymozart.org Box office: 619 239 0100 x2



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