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Events for July 2015
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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

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

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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