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Events for July 2015
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Jul 4, 2015
Chicago Chamber Music Workshop Soiree
Dates: July 4th
Auditorium: Midwest Young Artists Center
  878 Lyster Rd
  Highwood, IL United States
Phone: 847-926-9898
e-mail: mya@mya.org
Web: http://mya.org

Saturday July 4th, 11:00 Midwest Young Artists Center: 878 Lyster Rd, Highwood, IL Midwest Young Artists presents a free chamber music soirée featuring participants in this year’s summer Chicago Chamber Music Workshop. MYA’s Chicago Chamber Music Workshop is for serious string and piano students entering grades 7 through 12. Students participate in an intensive chamber music education program from June 29th to July 18th.

July 4 Spectacular Featuring Faithfully : A Symphonic Tribute to the Music of Journey
Dates: July 4, 2015
Sponsor: Pacific Symphony
Auditorium: Irvine Meadows (Formerly Verizon Wireless Ampitheater)
  8808 Irvine Center Drive
  Irvine, CA United States
Phone: (714) 755-5799
Web: http://www.PacificSymphony.org

Richard Kaufman, conductor Faithfully, guest artists Starts at 8:00pm Enjoy an energetic and exciting tribute to one of the most beloved bands ever. Enhanced by the musical force of a full orchestra, Journey’s popular hits come alive — including “Faithfully,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Wheel in the Sky” and much, much more. Plus, grand Fourth-of-July traditions: patriotic favorites, a salute to the U.S. Armed Forces and a brilliant fireworks finale!

Jul 8, 2015
New York Choral Society Summer Sing - Mozart Night
Dates: July 8, 2015
Sponsor: New York Choral Society
Auditorium: Symphony Space
  2537 Broadway at 95th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-864-5400
Web: http://www.nychoral.org/events/new-york-choral-society-summe

The New York Choral Society invites you to experience the fun of singing classical choral masterpieces, popular opera choruses and a selection of holiday music with acclaimed conductors from the New York area. Join us in raising the roof with song each Wednesday in July. LOCATION Symphony Space • 7:30—10:00 p.m. Come early and meet friends at the Bar Thalia! INDIVIDUAL TICKETS $20 Spend a few cool evenings where YOU are the chorus! We supply the scores, accompaniment, soloists, and A/C. PURCHASE TICKETS AT NYCHORAL.ORG OR WWW.SYMPHONYSPACE.ORG Box Office: (Tuesday–Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.) Wednesday, July 8 - Mozart Night Spend an entire evening…just singing Mozart. Mozart’s Requiem–one of the most popular works in the choral repertoire. Left unfinished at his death, it is arguably some of Mozart’s most personal writing; strong and powerful yet at times heartbreakingly tender. Ave Verum-a 3-minute gem. Judith Clurman, Conductor Essential Voices USA Omaha Symphony Sacred Voices Concerts

Jul 9, 2015
Bang on a Can: Repetitions & Differences with violinist Todd Reynolds
Dates: Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 7:30pm - 9:00p
Auditorium: The Jewish Museum
  1109 5th Ave
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2124233200
e-mail: info@thejm.org
Web: http://thejewishmuseum.org/exhibitions/repetition-and-differ

Bang on a Can & The Jewish Museum present Repetition and Difference, featuring violinist Todd Reynolds in a program tied to the Museum's current exhibition. A forerunner in the expansion of the violin beyond its classical and "wood-bound" tradition, Todd Reynolds electrifies in concert, weaving together composed and improvised segments, and making use of computer technology and digital loops to sculpt his sounds in real time. The program explores repetition and difference in music for violin and electronics by Bang on a Can co-founders Michael Gordon and David Lang, expressivist/post-minimalist Ingram Marshall, and by Todd Reynolds himself.

Martina Arroyo Foundation's Prelude to Performance Operas
Dates: July 9-12
Sponsor: Martina Arroyo Foundation
Auditorium: The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College
Contact: Sadie Rucker
  E.68th st. between Park and Lexington Ave.
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-772-4448
Fax: 212-772-4448
e-mail: info@martinaarroyofdn.org
Web: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/kayeplayhouse/calendar

The Martina Arroyo Foundation’s young artist program, Prelude to Performance proudly presents its young emerging artists in two stunning works, Giacomo Puccini’s,Madama Butterfly and Gaetano Donizetti’s, La Fille du Régiment, July 9-12 at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College. Puccini’s poignant masterpiece conducted by international conductor, Maestro Willie Anthony Waters and directed by Metropolitan Opera’s, Gina Lapinski, is presented Thursday, July 9 and Saturday, July 11 at 7:30 pm. Donizetti’s sparkling opéra comique, conducted by the internationally acclaimed Maestro Imre Palló, and directed by International director, Laura Alley, is presented Friday, July 10 at 7:30pm and Sunday, July 12 at 2pm. Both operas are traditionally staged and costumed with orchestra and chorus in original language with supertitles. Information: www.martinaarroyofdn.org or call 212.315.9190

Merola Opera Program: Schwabacher Summer Concert
Dates: July 9
Sponsor: Merola Opera Program
Auditorium: San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Contact: Jean Shirk
  50 Oak Street
  San Francisco, CA United States
Phone: 415-864-3330
Web: http://www.merola.org

The acclaimed Merola Opera Program, one of the most prestigious and selective opera training programs in the United States, opens its 2015 Summer Festival with the popular Schwabacher Summer Concert. The Merola artists perform the program Thursday, July 9 at the SF Conservatory of Music, and give a free performance for the community on Saturday, July 11 at 2 pm, at the Esplanade in Yerba Buena Gardens, as part of the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival. Conducted by Valéry Ryvkin and directed by Roy Rallo, the Schwabacher Summer Concert features extended scenes from four operas: Verdi’s La Traviata and Don Carlo, Susannah by Carlisle Floyd, and Wagner’s Die Walküre.

New Hampshire Music Festival Opening Night
Dates: July 9
Auditorium: ?Hanaway Theatre - Silver Center for the Arts
Contact: New Hampshire Music Festival
  114 Main Street
  Plymouth, NH United States
Phone: 603.535.2787
e-mail: info@nhmf.org
Web: http://www.nhmf.org

Festival Orchestra Dan Perkins, conductor NATHANIEL STOOKEY Big Bang GROFÉ Grand Canyon Suite BARBER School for Scandal Overture BERNSTEIN Symphonic Dances from West Side Story Our opening orchestra concert personifies the symbolic works of four 20th and 21st-century American composers: Ferde Grofé, Samuel Barber, Leonard Bernstein, and Nathaniel Stookey, the focus of NHMF’s Composer Portrait last summer. We launch the evening with Stookey’s whimsical fanfare, Big Bang, meet in the middle with Grofé’s and Barber’s nationalism, and end on the streets of New York with Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story.

Rhapsody! International Music Festival
Dates: Nov 24 to Jul 19
Sponsor: Classical Movements
Auditorium: Multiple
Contact: Sara@ClassicalMovements.com
  Austria
Phone: +1 (800) 882-0025
Fax: +1 (800) 882-0025
e-mail: Sara@ClassicalMovements.com
Web: http://classicalmovements.com/rhap.htm

In 2011, the Prague Post hailed the Rhapsody International Music Festival Vienna, Salzburg and Prague as “The summer of young musical brilliance.” Festival choirs perform individually in three of Europe’s most historical and musical cities as well as in a combined grand finale conducted by select attending choir directors. Past venues have included the landmark St. Stephan’s Cathedral and the Haydn Church in Vienna; St. Andrä Church in Salzburg; and Smetana Hall, Dvorak Hall, and the St. Simon & Jude Church in Prague. Rhapsody! also offers an optional choral competition. Competing choirs will sing before a panel of international judges with the opportunity to earn monetary and trophy awards. The best-rated choir at the festival will win a newly-commissioned work in honor of both the choir and the festival. Come share in this “richly rewarding experience” (Prague Post).

Jul 11, 2015
Chicago Chamber Music Workshop Soiree
Dates: July 11th
  878 Lyster Rd
  Highwood, IL United States
Phone: 847-926-9898
e-mail: m

Saturday July 11, 11:00 Midwest Young Artists Center: 878 Lyster Rd, Highwood, IL Midwest Young Artists presents a free chamber music soirée featuring participants in this year’s summer Chicago Chamber Music Workshop. MYA’s Chicago Chamber Music Workshop is for serious string and piano students entering grades 7 through 12. Students participate in an intensive chamber music education program from June 29th to July 18th.

Merola Opera Program: Schwabacher Summer Concert
Dates: July 11
Sponsor: Merola Opera Program
Auditorium: Esplanade, Yerba Buena Gardens
Contact: Jean Shirk
  773 Mission Street between 3rd and 4th streets
  San Francisco, CA United States
Phone: 415-864-3330
Web: http://www.merola.org

The acclaimed Merola Opera Program, one of the most prestigious and selective opera training programs in the United States, opens its 2015 Summer Festival with the popular Schwabacher Summer Concert, a free performance for the community on Saturday, July 11 at 2 pm, at the Esplanade in Yerba Buena Gardens, as part of the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival. Conducted by Valéry Ryvkin and directed by Roy Rallo, the Schwabacher Summer Concert features the 2015 artists in extended scenes from four operas: Verdi’s La Traviata and Don Carlo, Susannah by Carlisle Floyd, and Wagner’s Die Walküre.

Jul 12, 2015
Bang on a Can presents bassist Florent Ghys at The Noguchi Museum
Dates: Sunday, July 12, 2015 at 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Auditorium: Noguchi Museum
  9-01 33rd Road (at Vernon Boulevard)
  Long Island City, NY United States
Phone: 7182047088
e-mail: info@noguchi.org
Web: http://www.noguchi.org/programs/public/artists-noguchi-bang-

The Bang on a Can Music Series, now in its fifth year at the Noguchi Museum, continues with a concert featuring bassist Florent Ghys. The program will feature a set of intimate, pop-laced tunes from Ghys' new Cantaloupe Music album Television - an epic foray into classical forms, musique concrete, samples, and sci-fi. Florent Ghys is a composer and double bass player from Bordeaux, France, based in Princeton, NJ. His music has been described as "thrilling breed of post-minimal chamber music" (Time Out NYC) and "highly contrapuntal showcasing intelligent multi-tracking and inventive use of sampled speech" (WQXR). Journalist John Schaefer says: "Composer and bassist Florent Ghys writes pieces that blend elements of minimalism, pop music and a dose of extravagant wit". Free with regular admission to the museum ($10 adults, $5 students and seniors).

Bastille Day on 60th Street
Dates: July 12
Sponsor: French Institute Alliance Française
Auditorium: 60th Street
  22 East 60th Street (between Fifth and Lexington Avenue)
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212 355 6100
e-mail: reception@fiaf.org
Web: http://www.bastilledayny.com/index.shtml

Celebrate France’s national holiday at New York’s ultimate street fair! Sunday, July 12 • noon–5pm Between Fifth and Lexington Avenues, NYC Enjoy an afternoon of French food, culture, and entertainment! This year's edition will include an even greater line-up of exciting events, with new activities including a champagne tasting in our beautiful Skyroom, free film screenings for kids and families, and talented performers making their Bastille Day debut on the main stage. Enter the popular Prize Drawing for a chance to win incredible prizes including trips to Paris, Bordeaux and New Orleans. Indulge in French delicacies like crêpes, éclairs, macarons, and more at booths along 60th street. Savor a great selection of wines, cheeses, beers, and cocktails at tastings at FIAF. Enjoy performances by Can-Can dancers, the Chorale Arpège from Martinique, the Franco-American electro/pop/swing band Ginkgoa, the Hungry March Band and more. Les enfants will get a kick out of face painting, arts & crafts, cooking clas

Blue Streak Ensemble at Concerts on the Slope
Dates: July 12
Sponsor: Classical Music Communications
Auditorium: St. John's Episcopal Church
Contact: classicalcommunications@gmail.com
  139 St. John's Place
  Brooklyn, NY United States
Phone: 646-484-9691
e-mail: maria@classicalmusiccommunications.com
Web: http://https://www.facebook.com/events/1586708468268414/

This summer, the composer Margaret Brouwer brings her Blue Streak Ensemble (BSE) to New York City for two chamber music concerts featuring music by living composers. On July 12 at 3:00 pm, Blue Streak Ensemble performs at St. John's Episcopal Church in Brooklyn (139 St. John's Place) as part of their Concerts on the Slope series. The performance is free and no tickets are required. The performances, programmed by Margaret Brouwer, feature the music of living composers Mario Davidovsky, John Harbison, Clint Needham, Andrew Rindfleisch, Chen Yi, Huang Ruo, and Brouwer herself. Blue Streak Ensemble will perform the east coast premiere of Brouwer's song cycle Declaration. Using poetry by Alice Walker, David Adams and Ann Woodward, the piece examines the inhumanity of war and the common threads between all human beings. There will be a wine reception after each of the performances where the audience and performers can mingle and chat about the program.

Jul 13, 2015
Blue Streak Ensemble at National Opera Center in NYC
Dates: July 13
Sponsor: Classical Music Communications
Auditorium: National Opera Center
Contact: classicalcommunications@gmail.com
  330 7th Avenue
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 646-484-9691
e-mail: maria@classicalmusiccommunications.com

This summer, the composer Margaret Brouwer brings her Blue Streak Ensemble (BSE) to New York City for two chamber music concerts featuring music by living composers. On July 13 at 7:30pm, Blue Streak Ensemble performs at the Marc A. Scorca Hall at the National Opera Center in Manhattan. Tickets are $15 in advance at Eventbrite, and $20 at the door (students half price). The National Opera Center is conveniently located on Seventh Avenue at 29th Street. The performances, programmed by Margaret Brouwer, feature the music of living composers Mario Davidovsky, John Harbison, Clint Needham, Andrew Rindfleisch, Chen Yi, Huang Ruo, and Brouwer herself. Blue Streak Ensemble will perform the east coast premiere of Brouwer's song cycle Declaration. Using poetry by Alice Walker, David Adams and Ann Woodward, the piece examines the inhumanity of war and the common threads between all human beings. There will be a wine reception after each of the performances.

Jul 15, 2015
New York Choral Society Summer Sing - Italian Night
Dates: July 15, 2015
Sponsor: New York Choral Society
Auditorium: Symphony Space
  2537 Broadway at 95th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-864-5400
Web: http://www.nychoral.org/events/new-york-choral-society-summe

The New York Choral Society invites you to experience the fun of singing classical choral masterpieces, popular opera choruses and a selection of holiday music with acclaimed conductors from the New York area. Join us in raising the roof with song each Wednesday in July. LOCATION Symphony Space • 7:30—10:00 p.m. Come early and meet friends at the Bar Thalia! INDIVIDUAL TICKETS $20 Spend a few cool evenings where YOU are the chorus! We supply the scores, accompaniment, soloists, and A/C. PURCHASE TICKETS AT NYCHORAL.ORG OR WWW.SYMPHONYSPACE.ORG Box Office: (Tuesday–Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.) Wednesday, July 15 - Italian Night Immerse yourself in the beauty and majesty of some of the most celebrated Italian composers. Featuring excerpts from Verdi’s Requiem, and beloved opera choruses including the “Anvil Chorus”, ”Va pensiero”, “Libiamo”, “The Humming Chorus” and others. A presto! (See you soon) Michael Ciavaglia, Conductor New York Choral Society

Summer Evenings I
Dates: July 15th 7:30pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: 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/2084/

$30 The Chamber Music Society’s summer series opens with the iconic themes of Mozart’s elegant violin and piano sonata K. 378, followed by Beethoven’s highspirited masterpiece for piano trio, and Schubert’s timeless “Trout” quintet, a beloved work which showcases the composer at his most jovial and carefree. Mozart Sonata for Violin and Piano in B-flat major, K. 378 (1779-80) Beethoven Trio in E-flat major for Piano, Violin, and Cello, Op. 70, No. 2 (1808) Schubert Quintet in A major for Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Bass, D. 667, Op. 114, “Trout” (1819)

Jul 16, 2015
New Hampshire Music Festival: Dvorak In America
Dates: July 16
Auditorium: Hanaway Theatre - Silver Center for the Arts
Contact: New Hampshire Music Festival
  114 Main Street
  Plymouth, NH United States
Phone: 603.535.2787
e-mail: info@nhmf.org
Web: http://www.nhmf.org

Festival Orchestra Joseph Horowitz, writer/producer Peter Bogdanoff, media artist HERBERT Dagger Dance from Natoma Arr. HOROWITZ/BECKERMAN Hiawatha Melodrama Kevin Deas, narrator HERBERT Cello Concerto No. 2 Walter Gray, cello DVO?ÁK Symphony No. 9, “From the New World” Largo and Scherzo movements are accompanied by multimedia

Jul 17, 2015
Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival
Dates: Nov 24 to Jul 16
Sponsor: Classical Movements
Auditorium: South Africa
Contact: Sara@ClassicalMovements.com
  South Africa
Phone: +1 (800) 882-0025
Fax: +1 (800) 882-0025
e-mail: Sara@ClassicalMovements.com
Web: http://classicalmovements.com/s_af.htm

Participate in what South Africa’s leading newspaper, the Cape Times, calls “The Largest International Choral Gathering in South Africa” and “Singing That Nourishes Body and Soul.” The Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival offers a one-of-a-kind choral experience in dynamic settings such as Cape Town, Pretoria, Johannesburg, and Soweto as well as at a scenic wildlife safari park. Ihlombe! annually features a diverse representation of international touring choirs from all over the world in extraordinary venues with enthusiastic audiences. Experience African rhythms, dancing, and unique music in an unforgettable setting. Ihlombe! also offers an optional choral competition. Competing choirs will sing before a panel of international judges with the opportunity to earn monetary and trophy awards. The best-rated choir at the festival will win a newly-commissioned work in honor of both the choir and the festival.

Jul 18, 2015
Chicago Chamber Music Workshop Soiree
Dates: July 18
Auditorium: Midwest Young Artists Center
  878 Lyster Rd
  Highwood, IL United States
Phone: 847-926-9898
e-mail: mya@mya.org
Web: http://mya.org

Saturday July 18th, 11:00 Midwest Young Artists Center: 878 Lyster Rd, Highwood, IL Midwest Young Artists presents a free chamber music soirée featuring participants in this year’s summer Chicago Chamber Music Workshop. MYA’s Chicago Chamber Music Workshop is for serious string and piano students entering grades 7 through 12. Students participate in an intensive chamber music education program from June 29th to July 18th.

International Keyboard Institute & Festival
Dates: July 18 to August 2
Sponsor: Hunter College
Auditorium: The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College
Contact: Julie Kedersha, Festival Director
  The Kaye Playhouse, East 68th between Park and Lexington Avenues
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-772-4448
Fax: 212-772-4448
e-mail: info@ikif.org
Web: http://www.ikif.org

Concerts, Lectures and Masterclasses on the art of the piano. Scholarship Competition for Festival participants. Participants study with Faculty and Guest Artists. Evening concerts at The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College. Lectures and principal masterclasses in Lang Recital Hall at Hunter College (Music Dept.)

Jul 19, 2015
Summer Evenings II
Dates: July 19th 5:00pm
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/2085/

$30 Haydn’s Op. 77, No. 1 string quartet, both buoyant and profound, is paired with the infectious energy of Mendelssohn’s Op. 3 piano quartet. One of the most enchanting works ever written for the clarinet, Mozart’s quintet is an expression of soaring beauty from an instrument as communicative as the human voice. Haydn Quartet in G major for Strings, Hob. III:81, Op. 77, No. 1 (1799) Mendelssohn Quartet in B minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 3 (1825) Mozart Quintet in A major for Clarinet, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, K. 581 (1789)

Jul 22, 2015
New York Choral Society Summer Sing - Christmas in July
Dates: July 22, 2015
Sponsor: New York Choral Society
  2537 Broadway at 95th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-864-5400
Web: http://www.nychoral.org/events/new-york-choral-society-summe

The New York Choral Society invites you to experience the fun of singing classical choral masterpieces, popular opera choruses and a selection of holiday music with acclaimed conductors from the New York area. Join us in raising the roof with song each Wednesday in July. LOCATION Symphony Space • 7:30—10:00 p.m. Come early and meet friends at the Bar Thalia! INDIVIDUAL TICKETS $20 Spend a few cool evenings where YOU are the chorus! We supply the scores, accompaniment, soloists, and A/C. PURCHASE TICKETS AT NYCHORAL.ORG OR WWW.SYMPHONYSPACE.ORG Box Office: (Tuesday–Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.) Wednesday, July 22 - Christmas in July Wear your Santa hat and most “ugly” Christmas sweater as we celebrate Christmas in July. Complete with excerpts from Handel’s Messiah, and a few rousing Christmas Carols, we invite you to celebrate the season early—and even have a glass of eggnog (on us!) David Close, Conductor The Oratorio Society of Queens

Summer Evenings III
Dates: July 22nd
Sponsor: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.875.5788
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/2086/

$30 Written to be played among friends, Dvorák’s folk-infused Bagatelles stand in contrast to Schumann’s grand D minor sonata, one of the composer’s most tempestuous expressions. Considered to be the crowning achievement of his chamber music output, Brahms’ piano quintet concludes this inaugural series. Dvo?ák Bagatelles for Two Violins, Cello, and Keyboard, Op. 47 (1878) Schumann Sonata in D minor for Violin and Piano, Op. 121 (1851) Brahms Quintet in F minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 34 (1862)

Jul 23, 2015
New Hampshire Music Festival: The Four Seasons
Dates: July 23
Auditorium: Hanaway Theatre - Silver Center for the Arts
Contact: New Hampshire Music Festival
  114 Main Street
  Plymouth, NH United States
Phone: 603.535.2787
e-mail: info@nhmf.org
Web: http://www.nhmf.org

Festival Orchestra Donato Cabrera, music director PHILIP GLASS Company for String Orchestra SCHUBERT Symphony No. 3 in D Major VIVALDI The Four Seasons Charles Dimmick, violin Samuel Beckett’s 1979 novella, Company, tells stories of the past, present and future from an ominous voice in a kind of dream-sequence. This aesthetic, appealing to composer Philip Glass, became the inspiration for his 1983 composition of the same name. This work is accompanied by Schubert’s charming Symphony No. 3 and a special performance of Vivaldi’s iconic musical landscape, The Four Seasons, featuring our own Charles Dimmick.

Jul 25, 2015
Beethoven's “Emperor” & Scheherazade
Dates: July 25, 2015
Sponsor: Pacific Symphony
Auditorium: Irvine Meadows (Formerly Verizon Wireless Ampitheater)
  8808 Irvine Center Drive
  Irvine, CA United States
Phone: (714) 755-5799
Web: http://www.PacificSymphony.org

Starts at 8:00pm Alejandro Gutiérrez, conductor Rueibin Chen, piano Verdi: Overture to “La Forza Del Destino” Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5, “Emperor” Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade Music beneath the stars: The quintessential Southern California summer experience! Grab your friends, pack a picnic and enjoy enduring melodies from the masters — including Beethoven’s impressive and majestic concerto from the age of revolution and romance, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s gorgeous melodies and vast palette of orchestral colors that spin tales of the Arabian Nights.

Jul 27, 2015
New Hampshire Music Festival: Oz with Orchestra
Dates: July 27
Auditorium: Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Contact: New Hampshire Music Festival
  72 Meadowbrook Ln
  Gilford, NH United States
Phone: (603) 293-4700
Web: http://https://www.banknhpavilion.com/?dir=about&page=direct

Festival Orchestra; Dan Perkins, conductor Catch the original 1939 Wizard of Oz film on the big screen backed by the live NHMF Orchestra! Follow the yellow brick road to this beautiful summer concert venue in Gilford. Come dressed as your best Dorothy clad in red sparkly shoes, covered in straw as the Scarecrow, or as the green-faced Wicked Witch of the West. Fun for the whole family! Tickets: $20-$58 Family 4-Pack - 4 Reserved Pavilion Seats for $99 (Limited Supplies Available, Online Only) Family 8-Pack - 8 Reserved Pavilion Seats for $198 (Limited Supplies Available, Online Only)

Take it from the Top
Dates: Jul 27 to Aug 1
Auditorium: Wharton Center
  750 E Shaw Ln
  East Lansing, MI United States
Phone: (517) 432-2000
e-mail: whartoncenter@gmail.com
Web: http://www.whartoncenter.com/education-engagement/take-it-fr

A unique musical theatre workshop in which students learn music, dance and theatre from Broadway professionals and perform for an audience at the end of the workshop. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in theatre, this is your chance to sharpen your performance skills and expand your knowledge about auditioning and the casting process. Learn about the performing arts from people who are actually doing it! Participants learn the craft of musical theatre from basic to advanced skills, industry history and practical content in an exciting, fast-moving, interactive setting. Everyone is a student of the arts and can find their own voice through music, dance, and theatre. TAKE IT FROM THE TOP offers participants a chance to experience Broadway with the pros. Learn, work and sharpen your skills in a creative and fun environment. If you ever wanted to be on a Broadway stage, now is your chance to perform and pick the brains of working professionals!

Jul 29, 2015
New York Choral Society Summer Sing - German Classics
Dates: July 29, 2015
Sponsor: New York Choral Society
Auditorium: Symphony Space
  2537 Broadway at 95th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-864-5400
Web: http://www.nychoral.org/events/new-york-choral-society-summe

The New York Choral Society invites you to experience the fun of singing classical choral masterpieces, popular opera choruses and a selection of holiday music with acclaimed conductors from the New York area. Join us in raising the roof with song each Wednesday in July. LOCATION Symphony Space • 7:30—10:00 p.m. Come early and meet friends at the Bar Thalia! INDIVIDUAL TICKETS $20 Spend a few cool evenings where YOU are the chorus! We supply the scores, accompaniment, soloists, and A/C. PURCHASE TICKETS AT NYCHORAL.ORG OR WWW.SYMPHONYSPACE.ORG Box Office: (Tuesday–Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.) Wednesday, July 29 - German Classics Channel your inner Wotan and Br?nnhilde as we sing our way to Valhalla. The evening will include Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem, Strauss’ Die Fledermaus, Weber’s Der Freisch?tz, Wagner’s Lohengrin and Tannhäuser. The Norse gods will smile favorably on this evening of German masterpieces. David Hayes, Conductor New York Choral Society

Jul 30, 2015
New Hampshire Music Festival Composer Portrait: Nico Muhly
Dates: July 30
Auditorium: Hanaway Theatre - Silver Center for the Arts
Contact: New Hampshire Music Festival
  114 Main Street
  Plymouth, NH United States
Phone: 603.535.2787
e-mail: info@nhmf.org
Web: http://www.nhmf.org

Festival Orchestra Donato Cabrera, music director NICO MUHLY So To Speak NICO MUHLY Pleasure Ground Nathan Wyatt, baritone BRAHMS Symphony No. 2 Our 2015 COMPOSER PORTRAIT features Nico Muhly, the Metropolitan Opera’s most recent commissioned composer, set to produce an opera premiering during the 2019-20 season. This summer, catch the northeast premiere of Muhly’s Pleasure Ground, a work for baritone and orchestra that pays homage to Frederick Law Olmstead, landscape architect of New York City’s Central Park. The evening closes with Brahms’ melodic Symphony No. 2, which he wrote while living lakeside in Austria.



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