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Feb 1, 2015
Chicago Bass Festival 2015
Dates: February 1, 2015
Sponsor: Midwest Young Artists
Auditorium: Bennett Gordon Hall, Ravinia
Contact: mya@mya.org
  418 Sheridan Road
  Highland Park, IL United States
Phone: 847-926-9898
e-mail: mya@mya.org
Web: http://www.chicagobassfestival.com

Join Midwest Young Artists for a day of intensive bass training at Ravinia Festival’s Bennett Gordon Hall on February 1st. Pulling together the very finest performers and educators in the Midwest double bass community, the 6th annual Chicago Bass Festival is geared toward bassists of all ages and abilities, and features master classes, recitals, and performance panels from the very best. For more information visit www.chicagobassfestival.com. To register, visit: https://secure.mya.org/forms/bassfest.php. For more information on Midwest Young Artists visit mya.org or www.facebook.com/midwestyoungartists. To contact us call (847) 926-9898, or e-mail mya@mya.org. See past performances on the free MYA podcast site, wmya.fm.

Pacific Symphony Presents The Bernstein Legacy
Dates: Feb. 1 at 3 p.m.
Sponsor: Pacific Symphony
Auditorium: Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
Contact: Janelle Kruly
  600 Town Center Drive
  Costa Mesa, CA United States
Phone: 7147555799
Web: http://https://www.pacificsymphony.org/tickets/concert/the_b

Carl St.Clair, conductor Benjamin Pasternack, piano Jamie Bernstein, host Music Director Carl St.Clair offers a heartfelt tribute to the man he calls the greatest influence on his musical life—the legendary Leonard Bernstein, who once remarked “I can’t live one day without hearing music, playing it, studying it or thinking about it.” Bernstein: Symphony No. 2, “Age of Anxiety” Bernstein: Slava! Bernstein: Doa Day Trio and “Oh What a Movie” from “Trouble in Tahiti” Bernstein: Selections from “Trouble in Tahiti” Bernstein: Overture from “Candide” Music Unwound enhancements thanks to a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Feb 3, 2015
Drumming
Dates: Feb 3, 7:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-875-5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1518

In an exhilarating program that will be both sonically and visually captivating, gems of the percussion repertoire take center stage, including Thierry de Mey’s mesmerizing Musiques de tables, John Cage’s ethereal In a Landscape, and Bartók’s riveting Sonata. Artists: Gilbert Kalish, Wu Han, piano; Victor Caccese, Christopher Froh, Ayano Kataoka, Ian David Rosenbaum, percussion Program: Živkovic ”Meccanico” from Trio per uno for Percussion Trio (1995, 1999) Nancarrow Piece for Tape arranged for Percussion (arr. Dominic Murcott) (1950s) de Mey Musiques de tables for Percussion Trio (1987) Cage In a Landscape for Marimba (trans. Ian David Rosenbaum) (1948) Takemitsu Rain Tree for Percussion Trio (1981) Reich Drumming: Part 1 for Percussion Quartet (1970-71) Bartók Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion (1937) Ticket Price: $64, $48, $30 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

The Collegiate Chorale presents Susanna
Dates: Feb 3
Sponsor: Collegiate Chorale
Auditorium: Town Hall
Contact: Michelle Tabnick
  123 W. 43rd Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (800)745-3000
e-mail: press@michelletabnickcommunications.com
Web: http://collegiatechorale.org/performances/susanna

The Collegiate Chorale continues its 2014-15 season with George F. Handel’s Susanna on February 3, 2015 at 8pm at Town Hall, 123 W. 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036. Tickets are $30-$95 and are available at TicketMaster.com. For more information, visit http://collegiatechorale.org/performances/susanna. Bridging the genres of oratorio and ballad opera, Handel’s intriguing Susanna originally premiered at Covent Garden in 1749. Based on an Apocryphal chapter from the biblical Book of Daniel, Susanna tells the story of a virtuous young woman who is falsely accused of sexual promiscuity by two lecherous elders. The concert will feature Isabel Leonard as Susanna, Daniela Mack as Susanna’s husband Joachim, Javier Abreu and Zachary James as the Elders and Benjamin P. Wenzelberg as the boy prophet Daniel, with Conductor James Bagwell, Director Ted Sperling, and Orchestra of St. Luke’s and lighting design by Frances Aronson.

Feb 4, 2015
Inside Chamber Music with Bruce Adolphe
Dates: Feb 4, 6:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1519

Join distinguished composer and radio personality Bruce Adolphe and CMS musicians for detailed investigations of chamber music masterworks featured in the concert season. Inside Chamber Music lectures are beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance. This season, Inside Chamber Music explores eight of the greatest pieces of the chamber music repertoire. Bruce Adolphe leads an exploration of these treasured works with live performances by CMS Artists. Focus on Brahms Trio in A minor for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano, Op. 114 (1891) Ticket Price: $25 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Les 7 Doigts de la Main Circus: Sequence 8
Dates: Feb. 4-7, 2015
Sponsor: Cal Performances
Auditorium: Zellerbach Hall
Contact: Rusty Barnes
  101 Zellerbach Hall
  Berkeley, CA United States
Phone: 510-642-9121
e-mail: rbarnes@calperformances.org
Web: http://calperformances.org/performances/2014-15/world-stage/

The Montreal-based contemporary circus troupe Les 7 Doigts de la Main present Sequence 8, a new production that explores some of the towering themes of our existence-connection, isolation, and alienation-on an intimate human scale. The troupe's charismatic young acrobats have the elegance of Cirque du Soleil aerialists and the athleticism of Olympic gymnasts, performing gravity-defying trapeze acts and explosive somersault routines, and wryly riffing on traditional circus arts like juggling and clowning.

Feb 5, 2015
A Gilded Age Salon: Music of Paris & New York
Dates: February 5
Sponsor: Sylvan Winds
Auditorium: The Museum of the City of New York
Contact: Svjetlana Kabalin
  1220 Fifth Avenue
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 917-492-3395
e-mail: programs@mcny.org
Web: http://www.mcny.org/event/gilded-age-salon-music-paris-and-n

Join us for an elegant and intimate evening of music and design from the Gilded Age. Tour the newly-refurbished exhibition Gilded New York with curator Donald Albrecht, then enjoy a program of French and American music by Faure, Debussy, Still, Cowell, and Lefebvre, performed by the Sylvan Winds, a chamber group hailed by the New York Times for their “venturesome programming and stylishness of performance.” A wine reception will follow the concert.

Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble
Dates: Feb 5
Auditorium: Paul Hall at the Juilliard School
  60 Lincoln Center Plaza
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-799-5000
e-mail: news@juilliard.edu

1959 to 1969: From Acoustic to Electronic | The Visionary Genius of Miles Davis Featuring music from the albums Kind of Blue and Filles de Kilimanjaro Lukas Gabric, saxophone Gregg Duncan, guitar Reuben Allen, piano Paolo Benedettini, bass Jordan Young, drums

Juilliard String Quartet in Recital
Dates: Feb 5
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
e-mail: news@juilliard.edu

8 pm Founded in 1946, Juilliard's resident string quartet is widely known as "the quintessential American string quartet," with their technically superior and musically inspiring interpretations of chamber strings repertoire from classic masterworks to contemporary compositions. Part of the Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series Joseph Lin and Ronald Copes, violins Roger Tapping, viola Joel Krosnick, cello HAYDN String Quartet in G Major, Op. 33, No. 5 RAN String Quartet No. 2, "Vistas" BEETHOVEN String Quartet in F Major, Op. 135

Feb 6, 2015
At the Point: InterHarmony Features Misha Quint with Virtuosic Concert Pieces at Weill
Dates: Feb 6, 2015
Sponsor: InterHarmony International Music Festival
Auditorium: Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Contact: Noah Willumsen
  881 7th Ave
  New York City, NY United States
Phone: 212.247.7800
e-mail: festival@interharmony.com
Web: http://www.interharmony.com/interharmony-concert-series

At the Point: InterHarmony Features Cellist Misha Quint with Virtuosic Concert Pieces New York, NY (InterHarmony International Music Festival) 6, February 2015 –The InterHarmony International Music Festival presents the second in a series of three concerts on February 6, 2015 at 8 p.m. at the Weill Recital Hall. The program, featuring cellist Misha Quint, founder of IIMF, will consist of works created by and for the greatest cellists of the 19th and 20th centuries, from Klengel and Hausmann to Piatigorsky and Rostropovich, with pianist Inesa Synkevich. The IIMF's 2014-15 Series concludes May 7, 2015 with Rite of String, Part II, featuring distinguished students and faculty. For tickets call CarnegieCharge at 212.247.7800, on www.carnegiehall.org and more info on www.interharmony.com

Miro Magloire's New Chamber Ballet
Dates: Feb. 6 to 7
Sponsor: New Chamber Ballet
Auditorium: City Center Studio 5
Contact: Audrey Ross/Publicity
  130 W 56 St.
  NY, NY United States
Phone: 212.868.4444
e-mail: audreyrosspub@aol.com
Web: http://newchamberballet.com

One of the hallmarks of New Chamber Ballet performances is the live music played for all dances. Pianist Melody Fader and violinist Doori Na will perform Paganini, Haydn, Janacek and Mauricio Kagel in the upcoming concerts. Director/choreographer Miro Magloire, native of Munich, started his career as a composer, and studied at the Musikhochschule Koln with Kagel.

Orion String Quartet and Friends
Dates: Feb 6, 7:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-875-5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1520

The Orion String Quartet is joined by two esteemed collaborators for a program including Beethoven’s sparkling Serenade and Mozart’s commanding D major Viola Quintet. Artists: Orion String Quartet (Daniel Phillips, Todd Phillips, violin; Steven Tenenbom, viola; Timothy Eddy, cello); Ida Kavafian, violin/viola; Tara Helen O’Connor, flute Program: Haydn Quartet in G minor for Strings, Hob. III:74, Op. 74, No. 3, “The Rider” (1793) Beethoven Serenade in D major for Flute, Violin, and Viola, Op. 25 (1801) Boccherini Quintet in G major for Flute, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, G. 431, Op. 55, No. 1 (1797) Mozart Quintet in D major for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, K. 593 (1790) Ticket Price: $64, $48, $30 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Feb 7, 2015
India & Ismael Miranda, Together for the First Time
Dates: Feb 7
Sponsor: Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
Auditorium: Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
Contact: Lehman Center Box Office
  250 Bedford Park Boulevard West
  Bronx, NY United States
Phone: 718-960-8833
Web: http://www.LehmanCenter.org

LEHMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS presents Enamorados?? ??INDIA & ISMAEL MIRANDA? Lehman Center for the Performing Arts brings together for the first time to celebrate Valentine’s Day, La Princesca de la Salsa, INDIA, and El Niño Bonito, ISMAEL MIRANDA  for ENAMORADOS, A SPECIAL CONCERT FOR “La Casa De La Salsa” on Saturday, February 7th, 2015 at 8pm. Produced by Lehman Center and José Raposo.

Feb 8, 2015
Leonia Chamber Musicians Society Presents Romantic Russian Music for Valentine's Day
Dates: Feb 8
Sponsor: Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc.
Auditorium: All Saints Episcopal Church
  150 Park Avenue
  Leonia, NJ United States

Celebrate Valentine's Day with the Leonia Chamber Musicians Society's concert of romantic Russian music, featuring Steven Masi on piano. Enjoy music of Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov Quintet in B flat major for piano, flute, clarinet, horn and bassoon and Sergei Lyapunov Sextet Op. 63 for piano, two violins, viola, cello, and bass. All Saints Episcopal Church is fully handicapped accessible. Refreshments will be served. Meet and greet the musicians after the concert. $20 for adults, $15 for seniors over 65, and students under 18 are free at the door.

Peter Nero Trio: The Gershwin Project
Dates: Feb. 8, 2015
Sponsor: Cal Performances
Auditorium: Zellerbach Hall
Contact: Rusty Barnes
  101 Zellerbach Hall
  Berkeley, CA United States
Phone: 510-642-9121
e-mail: rbarnes@calperformances.org
Web: http://calperformances.org/performances/2014-15/jazz/peter-n

Two-time Grammy Award-winning pianist Peter Nero offers a program showcasing his lifelong immersion in the music of the Gershwins and his fluency in all the genres their music embraces- classical, swing, Broadway, blues, and jazz. Joined by bassist Michael Barnett, Nero romps through Gershwin tunes with wit and imagination, including songs from musicals and films like Strike Up the Band, Porgy and Bess, Funny Face, Girl Crazy, and Shall We Dance, as well as standards from the Great American Songbook.

Ran Dank, piano
Dates: Feb. 8, 2015
Sponsor: People's Symphony Concerts
Auditorium: Town Hall
  123 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2125864680
e-mail: info@pscny.org
Web: http://pscny.org/home/ran-dank-piano

Boulez: Douze Notations Beethoven: Sonata Op. 27, No. 1 in E flat major Chopin:: Mazurka Op. 67, No. 1 in G major Chopin: Mazurka Op. 67, No. 2 in G minor Chopin: Mazurka KK II b No. 5 in A minor ("Emile Gaillard") Chopin: Polonaise in A flat major, Op. 53 Liszt: Sonata in B minor

The Hot Sardines
Dates: February 8th, 2015
Sponsor: Sponsored by Edge Partnerships; Governmental Consultant Services; SuttonAdvisors, PLC; and Wolverine Development.
Auditorium: Wharton Center
Contact: Wharton Center
  750 E. Shaw Lane
  East Lansing, MI United States
Phone: (517) 353-1982
e-mail: whartoncenter@gmail.com
Web: http://www.whartoncenter.com/events/detail/the-hot-sardines

“One of the best jazz bands in New York today.” –Forbes Magazine The Hot Sardines have a unique musical recipe: hot jazz and sultry standards from the ‘20s, ‘30s, and ‘40s, sprinkled with rich New Orleans sounds, a dash of ‘40s Paris flavor, infused with vibrant musical surprises that captivate audiences. Steeped in salty stride piano and the music Louis Armstrong, Django Reinhardt and Fats Waller used to make, The Hot Sardines make straight-up, foot-stomping jazz. (Literally! Tap dancer “Fast Eddy” Francisco serves as the band’s second percussionist.) They invoke the sound of nearly a century ago, yet stay right in step with the current age. Hot jazz has taken New York and other cities by storm, and it’s coming to Wharton Center! Performance Run time is approximately 75 minutes with no intermission. Age recommendation: High School & Up

Feb 10, 2015
Master Class with Gilbert Kalish, Piano
Dates: Feb 10, 11:00 AM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1521

The art of interpretation and details of technique are explained as master artists share their wisdom with the next generation of chamber musicians. Free, but tickets are required. Suggested admission of $20. Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Met+Juilliard presents Gluck's 'Iphigénie en Aulide'
Dates: Feb 10
Auditorium: Peter Jay Sharp Theater at the Juilliard School
  60 Lincoln Center Plaza
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-799-5000
e-mail: news@juilliard.edu

Praised for conducting with "live pacing, glowing sound, and wistful beauty" (New York Times), British conductor and music scholar Jane Glover leads the Met+Juilliard co-production of Iphigénie en Aulide. Premiered in 1774 and Gluck's first works for the Paris stage, the three-act opera is based on Jean Racine's mythological tragedy set in Trojan War-era Greece. Produced by The Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Development Program in partnership with The Juilliard School 8 pm Jane Glover, conductor David Paul, stage director Juilliard415 Featuring Yunpeng Wang* as Agamemnon; Mary-Jane Lee* as Clytemnestre; Ying Fang* as Iphigénie; Andrew Stenson* as Achille; Takaoki Onishi as Patrocle; Brandon Cedel* as Calchas; Liv Redpath as Diana; and Sava Vemic* as Arcas * Denotes artist from the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program

Pianist Carlo Grante | "Masters of High Romanticism" | Concert III - Brahms
Dates: Feb 10
Sponsor: HH Promotions London
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
Contact: Nancy Shear Arts Services
  Lincoln Center, Broadway and 65th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212/496-9418
Fax: 212/496-9418
e-mail: sheararts@nancyshear.com
Web: http://nancyshear.com

The last in a three-concert series, “Masters of High Romanticism,” with each program devoted to a single Romantic-era composer. In this concert, Carlo Grante focuses on “Brahms’s unique contribution to the evolution of the old variation form, revitalizing it with his inventiveness – the quintessence of his instrumental genius.” Previous concerts featured the complete Ballades and Scherzos of Chopin (Friday, October 31, 2014) and the Piano Sonatas of Schumann (Monday, December 15, 2014). PROGRAM: JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833-1897) The Variations for Piano Variations on a Theme of Schumann in F-sharp minor, Op. 9 (1854) Variations on an Original Theme in D major, Op. 21, No. 1 (1857) Variations on a Hungarian Melody in D major, Op. 21, No. 2 (1854) Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel, Op. 24 (1861) Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 35 (1863) TICKETS: $45, $35, $25 Available at the Alice Tully Hall box office, by calling CenterCharge, 212/721-6500 or at www.lincolncenter.org

Feb 11, 2015
Inside Chamber Music with Bruce Adolphe
Dates: Feb 11, 6:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1522

Join distinguished composer and radio personality Bruce Adolphe and CMS musicians for detailed investigations of chamber music masterworks featured in the concert season. Inside Chamber Music lectures are beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance. This season, Inside Chamber Music explores eight of the greatest pieces of the chamber music repertoire. Bruce Adolphe leads an exploration of these treasured works with live performances by CMS Artists. Focus on Brahms Quartet No. 1 in G minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 25 (1862) Ticket Price: $25 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Screening: Alwan & 3rd i NY Present: "Arwad" by Samer Najari and Dominique Chila
Dates: Feb 11, 2015
Sponsor: Alwan for the Arts, 3rd i NY
Auditorium: Alwan for the Arts
Contact: Sophie Couche, (646) 732-3261
  16 Beaver Street, 4th Floor (between Broad St. and Broadway) New York, NY 10004
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (646) 732-3261
e-mail: sophie.couche@gmail.com
Web: http://www.alwanforthearts.org/event/1062

ARWAD Directed by Samer Najari and Dominique Chila Canada, 2013, 105 min (Arabic/French with English subtitles) Directors Samer Najari and Dominique Chila convey the story of an immigrant from the perspective of Ali, his wife Gabrielle and his mistress Marie. This unconventional and melancholic film strays from chronicles of the current Syrian crisis and focuses instead on unearthing the struggles from within. A sincere, soberly filmed, balanced and consummate debut, Najari and Chila give their characters room for emotional development and exploration.

Feb 12, 2015
Late Night Rose
Dates: Feb 12, 9:00 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1524

At the core of chamber music lies the intimate connection between musician and listener, and Late Night Rose concerts embody this spirit. Enjoy classics and novelties of the chamber repertoire in a cabaret-style setting with a complimentary glass of wine, hosted by Patrick Castillo. Artists: Patrick Castillo, host; Orion Weiss, piano; Nicolas Dautricourt, violin; Lily Francis, viola; Mihai Marica, cello Program: Mozart Trio in G major for Piano, Violin, and Cello, K. 564 (1788) Strauss Quartet in C minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 13 (1883-84) Ticket Price: $50 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Met+Juilliard presents Gluck's 'Iphigénie en Aulide'
Dates: Feb 12
Auditorium: Peter Jay Sharp Theater at the Juilliard School
  60 Lincoln Center Plaza
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-799-5000
e-mail: news@juilliard.edu

8 pm Praised for conducting with "live pacing, glowing sound, and wistful beauty" (New York Times), British conductor and music scholar Jane Glover leads the Met+Juilliard co-production of Iphigénie en Aulide. Premiered in 1774 and Gluck's first works for the Paris stage, the three-act opera is based on Jean Racine's mythological tragedy set in Trojan War-era Greece. Produced by The Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Development Program in partnership with The Juilliard School Jane Glover, conductor David Paul, stage director Juilliard415 Featuring Yunpeng Wang* as Agamemnon; Mary-Jane Lee* as Clytemnestre; Ying Fang* as Iphigénie; Andrew Stenson* as Achille; Takaoki Onishi as Patrocle; Brandon Cedel* as Calchas; Liv Redpath as Diana; and Sava Vemic* as Arcas * Denotes artist from the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program

Pacific Symphony Presents Valentine's Day with The Tenors
Dates: Feb. 12 to 14 at 8 p.m.
Sponsor: Pacific Symphony
Auditorium: Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
Contact: Janelle Kruly
  600 Town Center Drive
  Costa Mesa, CA United States
Phone: 7147555799
Web: http://https://www.pacificsymphony.org/tickets/concert/Valen

Richard Kaufman, conductor Setting the mood for Valentine’s Day with their marvelous musicianship and magnificent voices, The Tenors perform songs from their 2012 Platinum album “Lead With Your Heart” and other favorites. Over the past few years, they have shared the stage with legendary artists like Andrea Bocelli, Celine Dion, Sarah McLachlan, Paul Anka, Natalie Cole, Sting and Paul McCartney. They were featured performers on the 2011 Emmy Awards broadcast.

Rose Studio Concert
Dates: Feb 12, 6:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1523

At the core of chamber music lies the intimate connection between musician and listener, and the Rose Studio Concerts embody this spirit. Enjoy classics and novelties of the chamber repertoire presented in a traditional concert setting. Artists: Orion Weiss, piano; Nicolas Dautricourt, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Mihai Marica, cello Program: Mozart Trio in G major for Piano, Violin, and Cello, K. 564 (1788) Strauss Quartet in C minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 13 (1883-84) Ticket Price: $50 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Feb 14, 2015
Hermès String Quartet
Dates: Feb. 14, 2015
Sponsor: People's Symphony Concerts
Auditorium: Washington Irving High School
  40 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2125864680
e-mail: info@pscny.org
Web: http://pscny.org/home/hermes-string-quartet

Haydn: Quartet in C Major, Op. 76, No. 3 Beethoven: Quartet in G Major, Op. 18, No. 2 Schumann: Quartet in A minor, Op. 41, No. 1

Met+Juilliard presents Gluck's 'Iphigénie en Aulide'
Dates: Feb 14
Auditorium: Peter Jay Sharp Theater at the Juilliard School
  60 Lincoln Center Plaza
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-799-5000
e-mail: news@juilliard.edu

Praised for conducting with "live pacing, glowing sound, and wistful beauty" (New York Times), British conductor and music scholar Jane Glover leads the Met+Juilliard co-production of Iphigénie en Aulide. Premiered in 1774 and Gluck's first works for the Paris stage, the three-act opera is based on Jean Racine's mythological tragedy set in Trojan War-era Greece. Produced by The Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Development Program in partnership with The Juilliard School 2 pm Jane Glover, conductor David Paul, stage director Juilliard415 Featuring Yunpeng Wang* as Agamemnon; Mary-Jane Lee* as Clytemnestre; Ying Fang* as Iphigénie; Andrew Stenson* as Achille; Takaoki Onishi as Patrocle; Brandon Cedel* as Calchas; Liv Redpath as Diana; and Sava Vemic* as Arcas * Denotes artist from the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program

Musique Romantique
Dates: Feb 14
Auditorium: Seelbach Hilton
  500 4th Ave
  Louisville, KY United States
Phone: 502-968-6300
Web: http://LouisvilleChorus.org

Louisville Chorus Daniel Spurlock Music Director 21st annual Valentine Dinner Show, Dancing & Silent Auction With each reservation, Free tickets to the three remaining series concerts Purchase a table of 8; receive program and stage recognition 6 PM Cash Bar and Silent Auction 6:45 PM Dinner catered by The Seelbach Hilton 8 PM Show of classic love songs Non Series Fund Raising Event Advance Reservations Only $125 per person

Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico
Dates: Feb 14
Sponsor: Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
Auditorium: Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
Contact: Lehman Center Box Office
  250 Bedford Park Boulevard West
  Bronx, NY United States
Phone: 718-960-8833
Web: http://LehmanCenter.org

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts celebrates Valentine’s Day with a performance direct from Mexico City of the ORQUESTA SINFÓNICA del ESTADO de MÉXICO with renowned Conductor and Musical Director Enrique Bátiz and rising-star pianist Irina Chistiakova on Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 8pm.

Feb 15, 2015
Midwinter Fest
Dates: Jan 18 to Feb 15
Sponsor: North/South Consonance, Inc
Auditorium: Christ & St Stephen's Church
Contact: Max Lifchitz
  120 West 69th St
  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 presents another free-admission concert featuring works by composers from our time. The event will feature premieres by Frank Corcoran, Max Lifchitz, Terry Riley, William Schimmel and Thomas Whitman. Concert time: 3 PM.

Olli Mustonen, piano
Dates: Feb. 15, 2015
Sponsor: Cal Performances
Auditorium: Hertz Hall
Contact: Rusty Barnes
  Hertz Hall
  Berkeley, CA United States
Phone: 510-642-9121
e-mail: rbarnes@calperformances.org
Web: http://calperformances.org/performances/2014-15/recital/olli

"An extraordinary pianist for extraordinary music...Mustonen's dazzling pianism is truly hypnotic," says Gramophone. Few artists today can equal the combination of glittering sonorities and awe-inspiring agility of Finnish pianist Olli Mustonen. This superb talent brings a program blending pieces by two Russian masters, Tchaikovsky and Scriabin, and Chopin with his own Jehkin Livana, a work inspired by mystical Nordic legends.

Feb 18, 2015
Inside Chamber Music with Bruce Adolphe
Dates: Feb 18, 6:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1525

Join distinguished composer and radio personality Bruce Adolphe and CMS musicians for detailed investigations of chamber music masterworks featured in the concert season. Inside Chamber Music lectures are beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance. This season, Inside Chamber Music explores eight of the greatest pieces of the chamber music repertoire. Bruce Adolphe leads an exploration of these treasured works with live performances by CMS Artists. Focus on Brahms Quintet in F minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 34 (1862) Ticket Price: $25 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Feb 19, 2015
Pacific Symphony Presents Bizet's Carmen
Dates: Feb. 19 to 24 at 8 p.m.
Sponsor: Pacific Symphony
Auditorium: Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
Contact: Janelle Kruly
  600 Town Center Drive
  Costa Mesa, CA United States
Phone: 7147555799
Web: http://https://www.pacificsymphony.org/tickets/concert/bizet

Carl St.Clair, conductor Carmen: Milena Kiti? Don José: Andrew Richards Miceala: Elizabeth Caballero Escamillo: Kostas Smoriginas Stage director: Dean Anthony Pacific Chorale — John Alexander, artistic director Southern California Children’s Chorus Be seduced by Bizet’s irresistible rhythms as his riveting tale of love and lust comes alive! “Carmen’s” unforgettable score contains intoxicating melodies and the sultry sounds of Spain—highlighted by some of opera’s finest arias and best-loved moments.

Feb 20, 2015
Jordi Savall and Hesperion XXI
Dates: Feb. 20, 2015
Sponsor: Cal Performances
Auditorium: First Congregational Church
Contact: Rusty Barnes
  2345 Channing Way
  Berkeley, CA United States
Phone: 510-642-9121
e-mail: rbarnes@calperformances.org
Web: http://calperformances.org/performances/2014-15/early-music/

Spanish-Catalan viol player Jordi Savall returns with a program exploring 17th-century Sephardic and Armenian musical traditions, fruits of the Ottoman empire melting pot of Turkish, Greek, Armenian, and Jewish culture. The selections, varying from delicate and moody to bright and energetic, are drawn from The Book of the Science of Music, a compilation by the Ottoman musician and composer Dimitrie Cantemir. Savall's Hespèrion XXI ensemble is joined by guests from Turkey, Armenia, Greece, and Morocco, on oud, ney, duduk, kanun, and santur.

The Danish String Quartet
Dates: Feb 20, 7:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-875-5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1526

The Danish String Quartet, called “suberb” by The New York Times, offers a lively interpretation of Haydn alongside Carl Nielsen’s masterful Fourth Quartet, marking the Danish composer’s 150th birthday. The ensemble is joined by the acclaimed pianist Jon Kimura Parker for Brahms’s tempestuous quintet. Artists: Jon Kimura Parker, piano; Danish String Quartet (Frederik Øland, Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen, violin; Asbjørn Nørgaard, viola; Fredrik Sjölin, cello) Program: Haydn Quartet in C major for Strings, Hob. III: 57, Op. 54, No. 2 (1788) Nielsen Quartet No. 4 in F major for Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 44 (c. 1919) Brahms Quintet in F minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 34 (1862) Ticket Price: $64, $48, $30 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Thérèse Raquin
Dates: Feb. 20, 22m, 25 & 28
  marketingintern
  United States

Cold-blooded Passion, Murderous Love Thérèse, trapped in an unhappy marriage, escapes into a stormy affair with her husband’s best friend. Their newfound passion compels the young lovers to commit a crime that will haunt them forever. Picker’s lavish and riveting score provides the suspenseful underpinning for this deadly ménage à trois. Based on Emile Zola’s scandalous novel it is “a meaningful opera infused with moments of searing reflection and luxurious sensuality.”(Opera Now) Cold-blooded Passion, Murderous Love Thérèse, trapped in an unhappy marriage, escapes into a stormy affair with her husband’s best friend. Their newfound passion compels the young lovers to commit a crime that will haunt them forever. Picker’s lavish and riveting score provides the suspenseful underpinning for this deadly ménage à trois. Based on Emile Zola’s scandalous novel it is “a meaningful opera infused with moments of searing reflection and luxurious sensuality.”(Opera Now)

Thérèse Raquin
Dates: Feb. 20, 22m, 25 & 28
Auditorium: Harris Theater
  marketingintern@chicagooperatheater.org
  Chicago, IL United States
Phone: 3127048414
e-mail: marketingintern@chicagooperatheater.org
Web: http://www.chicagooperatheater.org

Cold-blooded Passion, Murderous Love Thérèse, trapped in an unhappy marriage, escapes into a stormy affair with her husband’s best friend. Their newfound passion compels the young lovers to commit a crime that will haunt them forever. Picker’s lavish and riveting score provides the suspenseful underpinning for this deadly ménage à trois. Based on Emile Zola’s scandalous novel it is “a meaningful opera infused with moments of searing reflection and luxurious sensuality.”(Opera Now) Cold-blooded Passion, Murderous Love Thérèse, trapped in an unhappy marriage, escapes into a stormy affair with her husband’s best friend. Their newfound passion compels the young lovers to commit a crime that will haunt them forever. Picker’s lavish and riveting score provides the suspenseful underpinning for this deadly ménage à trois. Based on Emile Zola’s scandalous novel it is “a meaningful opera infused with moments of searing reflection and luxurious sensuality.”(Opera Now)

Feb 21, 2015
Long Lost Stories
Dates: February 21
Auditorium: Wharton Center
  750 E Shaw Lane
  East Lansing, MI United States
Phone: (517) 432-2000
e-mail: whartoncenter@gmail.com
Web: http://www.whartoncenter.com/events/detail/long-lost-stories

In the corner of a forbidden attic sits a longforgotten trunk filled with mysteries and magical stories lost to the world for many years. Join two young explorers as they discover the trunk and are immediately captured by its secrets and the Long Lost Stories inside. This exciting treasure of tales includes stories from Italy (The Rainbow Goblins), Germany (King Grisly Beard), and Denmark (Osgood and the Dragon). Madcap Puppet Theatre brings big ideas and creativity to audiences of all ages with their amusingly eccentric vision!

Feb 22, 2015
Dénes Várjon, piano
Dates: Feb. 22, 2015
Sponsor: People's Symphony Concerts
Auditorium: Town Hall
  123 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2125864680
e-mail: info@pscny.org
Web: http://pscny.org/home/denes-varjon-piano

Beethoven: Sonata in G Major, Op. 14, No. 2 Schumann: Fantasiestücke Op.12 Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit Bartok: Out of Doors, Sz. 81, BB 89

Horszowski Trio
Dates: Sunday, February 22, 2015, 7:00PM
Auditorium: Kohl Mansion
  2750 Adeline Drive
  Burlingame, CA United States
Phone: (650) 762-1130
e-mail: info@musicatkohl.org
Web: http://musicatkohl.org

The Horszowski Trio makes its first appearance on the Kohl Mansion stage this season, yet the trio features two familiar faces: pianist Rieko Aizawa appeared at Kohl Mansion with the Amelia Piano Trio and cellist Raman Ramakrishnan made his first Kohl appearance as a founding member of the Daedalus Quartet. Following many years of friendship, Aizawa and Ramakrishnan joined with violinist Jesse Mills to form the Horszowski Trio in 2011. Based in New York City, the members of the Horszowski Trio teach at Columbia University and the Longy School of Music at Bard College. Ms. Aizawa was the last pupil of the legendary pianist Mieczys?aw Horszowski (1892-1993.) The Trio presents repertoire spanning the traditional and the contemporary, additionally seeking out works by composers with whom Horszowski had personal associations such as Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Fauré, Martinu, Villa-Lobos, and Granados.

Suchon Wind Quintet with pianist Michiko Otaki
Dates: Feb. 22 @ 3:00 pm
Sponsor: Spivey Hall
Auditorium: Spivey Hall
Contact: Susan Volkert
  2000 Clayton State Blvd., Morrow
  Atlanta, GA United States
Phone: 678-466-4200
e-mail: rwam@rwam.cnc.net
Web: http://www.spiveyhall.org/events/suchon-quintetmichiko-otaki

Chamber ensemble of the Slovak Sinfonietta, Zilina, on its first American tour with pianist MICHIKO OTAKI perform works of J.C. Bach, Haydn, Mozart (Piano Quintet), Eugen Sucho?, and Poulenc (Sextet). Named to honor Slovakian 20th-century composer and modernist Eugen Sucho? (1908-1993), the Sucho? Quintet has been acclaimed by audiences in Eastern and Central Europe. Renowned pianist Michiko Otaki was praised by The Indianapolis Star for her “assurance and gem-like brilliance.”

Feb 24, 2015
David Zinman conducts the Juilliard Orchestra
Dates: Feb 24
Auditorium: Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
  881 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10019
  New York, NY United States
e-mail: news@juilliard.edu

8 pm Revered for his "compelling sense of narrative...stylish and accomplished conducting" (concertclassic.com), American conductor David Zinman returns to the School to lead the Juilliard Orchestra in their only Carnegie Hall appearance of the season. The ensemble performs Pulitzer Prize-winning faculty member Steven Stucky's orchestral fantasy of daydreams based on Viennese waltz music. Juilliard cellist (to be announced) performs Shostakovich's passionate and brilliant First Cello Concerto, followed by Strauss' valiant symphonic poem illustrating A Hero's Life. David Zinman, conductor Cello soloist to be announced STUCKY Dreamwaltzes SHOSTAKOVICH Cello Concerto No. 1 in E-flat Major, Op. 107 STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben, Op. 40

Intimate Expressions: Schubert's Winterreise
Dates: Feb 24, 7:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-875-5788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/seasontickets/event/1528

Schubert’s vocal masterpiece, Winterreise, tells the poignant story of a young man’s cold and lonely winter journey. The sensational German baritone Christian Gerhaher makes his CMS debut performing this immortal work. Artists: Christian Gerhaher, baritone; Gerold Huber, piano Program: Schubert Winterreise for Voice and Piano, D. 911, Op. 89 (1827) Ticket Price: $72, $55, $37 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Pre-Concert Lecture with Michael Parloff
Dates: Feb 24, 6:15 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1527

Michael Parloff discusses Schubert’s great masterpiece Winterreise for Voice and Piano, D. 911, Op. 89. Ticket Price: $10 ($8 for concert ticket holders) Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Suchon Wind Quintet with pianist Michiko Otaki
Dates: Feb. 24 @ 7:30 pm
Sponsor: Live Oak Friends of Music Series
Auditorium: Covenant First Presbyterian Church
Contact: William Poplin
  421 White Avenue
  Live Oak, FL United States
Phone: 386-365-4941
e-mail: rwam@rwam.cnc.net

Chamber ensemble of the Slovak Sinfonietta, Zilina, on its first American tour with pianist MICHIKO OTAKI perform works of J.C. Bach, Haydn, Mozart (Piano Quintet), and Ludwig Thuille (Sextet). Named to honor Slovakian 20th-century composer and modernist Eugen Sucho? (1908-1993), the Sucho? Quintet has been acclaimed by audiences in Eastern and Central Europe. Renowned pianist Michiko Otaki was praised by The Indianapolis Star for her “assurance and gem-like brilliance.”

Feb 25, 2015
AXIOM
Dates: Feb 25
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
e-mail: news@juilliard.edu

AXIOM closes its season with a portrait of the innovative Hungarian composer György Ligeti, known for his eclectic mix of styles, and one of the most influential icons of avant-garde music. Conducted by Jeffrey Milarsky, AXIOM is joined by award-winning Juilliard cellist Jay Campbell and the Juilliard Percussion Ensemble. 8 pm Jeffrey Milarsky, conductor TBA, mezzo-soprano Jay Campbell, cello Juilliard Percussion Ensemble (Daniel Druckman, director) LIGETI Síppal, dobbal, nádihegedüvel (With Pipes, Drums, Fiddles) (2000) LIGETI Six Bagatelles (1953) LIGETI Concerto for Cello (1966) LIGETI Kammerkonzert (1970)

Inside Chamber Music with Bruce Adolphe
Dates: Feb 25, 6:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1529

Join distinguished composer and radio personality Bruce Adolphe and CMS musicians for detailed investigations of chamber music masterworks featured in the concert season. Inside Chamber Music lectures are beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance. This season, Inside Chamber Music explores eight of the greatest pieces of the chamber music repertoire. Bruce Adolphe leads an exploration of these treasured works with live performances by CMS Artists. Focus on Schumann Quartet in E-flat major for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 47 (1842) Ticket Price: $25 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
Dates: Feb 25
Auditorium: Peter Jay Sharp Theater at the Juilliard School
  60 Lincoln Center Plaza
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-799-5000
e-mail: news@juilliard.edu

The Activist Benny Goodman and The Ambassador Duke Ellington: Democracy at Home and Around the World

Feb 26, 2015
Intimate Expressions in the Rose: Orion String Quartet Plays Haydn
Dates: Feb 26, 7:30 PM
Sponsor: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
  165 West 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/1530

This season’s Winter Festival, Intimate Expressions, extends into the Rose Studio for two must-see concerts. This cozy space (seating just 100 people) plays host to the Orion String Quartet performing four exquisite Haydn quartets, exploring the ideal form for musical conversation. In another of chamber music’s most personal con?figurations, the ideally-matched four-hand piano team of Wu Han and Juho Pohjonen presents works by Mozart and Mendelssohn. Artists: Orion String Quartet (Daniel Phillips, Todd Phillips, violin; Steven Tenenbom, viola; Timothy Eddy, cello) Program: Haydn Quartet in F minor for Strings, Hob. III:35, Op. 20, No. 5 (1772) Haydn Quartet in E-fl at major for Strings, Hob. III:38, Op. 33, No. 2, “The Joke” (1781) Haydn Quartet in C major for Strings, Hob. III:45, Op. 50, No. 2 (1787) Haydn Quartet in F major for Strings, Hob. III:82, Op. 77, No. 2 (1799) Ticket Price: $65 Call 212-875-5788 to reserve your ticket.

Feb 28, 2015
Windscape
Dates: Feb. 28, 2015
Sponsor: People's Symphony Concerts
Auditorium: Washington Irving High School
  40 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2125864680
e-mail: info@pscny.org
Web: http://pscny.org/home/windscape

Charlie Parker/“Dizzy” Gilespie: Shawnuff Carter: Woodwind Quintet Miles Davis: So What Irving Fine:: Partita for Wind Quintet Bernstein: Overture to “Candide” Ellington: Come Sunday (from Black, Brown and Beige) Barber: Summer Music for woodwind quintet, Op. 31 Bernstein: Prelude to Trouble in Tahiti



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