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Events for September 2023
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Sep 28, 2023
ACO Pre-season performance: La musica notturna di Madrid on Sept. 28
Dates: Sept. 28
Sponsor: American Classical Orchestra
Auditorium: Salmagundi Club
Contact: Pascal Nadon
  47 Fifth Avenue
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212) 362-2727, ext.4

Pre-season performance: La musica notturna di Madrid Thursday, September 28, 2023, 7 pm at the Salmagundi Club, 47 Fifth Avenue This special pre-season chamber music performance for subscribers only presents an ACO string ensemble at the Salmagundi Club, a historic arts center on the National Register of Historic Places. The musicians are joined by Baroque guitar virtuoso Adam Cockerham, Associate Music Director of the Academy of Sacred Drama. Tickets, priced at $125, are available at

Seong-Jin Cho Returns + The Poem of Ecstasy
Dates: Sep 28 to 30
Auditorium: Roy Thomson Hall
Contact: Patron Services
  60 Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5J 2H5
  Toronto, ON Canada
Phone: 416.598.3375

A feast for the senses, this evocative program opens with an imaginative musical journey through touch, smell, taste, sound and sight by Peruvian composer Jimmy Lopez Bellido. Maurice Ravel’s lush and sensual Rapsodie espagnole captures the intoxicating flavours, sounds, and colours of Spain, while his Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, filled with dazzling cadenzas and left-hand acrobatics, beguiles listeners into an illusion of two hands touching the keys, performed by the incomparable Seong-Jin Cho. The program concludes with the sumptuous Poem of Ecstasy by Alexander Scriabin, a musical depiction of experiences that transcend the physical senses and exist on a mystical plane.

Sep 29, 2023
Dates: September 29 and October 1
Auditorium: Southern Theatre
Contact: Opera Columbus
  21 E Main St
  Columbus, OH United States
Phone: (614) 461-8101

The ultimate femme-fatale is coming to Columbus! Revel in the Spanish tunes, sultry story and dark undercurrent of Carmen. You’ll hear the flirty Habanera and famous Toreador song amid a spectacle that features flamenco and the sultry Tesia Kwarteng as “Carmen”. This 90-minute production is not simply a stripped-down version of the original opera, it digs into what Bizet’s 1875 classic might mean for audiences today. Capturing its essence as an exploration of sexual freedom, social hierarchies and the class system. Carmen will be sung in French with English supertitles.

Sep 30, 2023
Kinesis Project dance theatre and Opera On Tap present Capacity, or: the Work of Crackling as a part of Summer on the Hudson
Dates: Sept 30 - Oct 1
Sponsor: Kinesis Project dance theatre
Auditorium: Locomotive Lawn
Contact: Michelle Tabnick
  Hudson River Greenway &, W 62nd St, New York, NY 10069
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 6467654773

Kinesis Project dance theatre and Opera On Tap with the support of Riverside Conservancy will present Capacity, or: the Work of Crackling as a part of Summer on the Hudson on September 30 & October 1, 2023 at 5pm. This stunning, large-scale dance and opera work offers audiences a dynamic and engaging experience of the riverfront from visual and sonic perspectives. A very special pre-show talk will be offered by the project's collaborating Geologist, Dr Martha "Missy" Eppes. Audiences should be prepared to move through the park. For more information, and the full schedule, please visit Summer on the Hudson is NYC Parks' annual outdoor arts and culture festival that takes place in Riverside Park from 59th Street to 181st Street. With a mix of music concerts, dance performances, movies under the stars, DJ dance parties, kids shows, special events, wellness activities, and more there is something for everyone!

Momenta Festival VIII: “Looking Back”
Dates: September 30
Sponsor: Momenta Quartet
Auditorium: Broadway Presbyterian Church
Contact: (646) 484-9691
  601 West 114th Street
  NY, NY United States
Phone: (646) 484-9691

The eighth annual Momenta Festival, Sept 30 – Oct 5, 2023, features concert programs curated by the members of Momenta Quartet. September 30: “Looking Back” features three centuries of music, including contemporary masterpieces from Han Lash and Matthew Greenbaum, a work by the master of the string quartet, Franz Joseph Haydn, and Robert Schumann’s Piano Quintet in E-flat major (with guest pianist Amy Yang). Admission is free, and donations to Music for Food to benefit the Broadway Community are encouraged.

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