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Nov 17, 2017
Annual Bach Concert
Dates: Nov 17
Auditorium: Broadway Presbyterian Church
Contact: genieg89@gmail.com
  Broadway Presbyterian Church, 601 W. 114th Street, NYC
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 917-744-6948
e-mail: info@harlemchamberplayers.org
Web: http://harlemchamberplayers.org

The Harlem Chamber Players presents their Annual Bach Concert All Music by J.S. Bach Harpsichord Concerto No. 4 in A Major, BWV 1055 Harpsichord Concerto No.7 in G Minor, BWV 1058 "Erwäge wie sein blutgefärbter Rücken" from St. John Passion, BWV 245 "Ihr, die ihr euch von Christo nennet" from Cantata BWV 164 "Komm, Jesu, komm zu deiner Kirche" from Cantata BWV 61 INTERMISSION Violin Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1056R Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, BWV 1048 Featuring James Davis, Jr., Conductor Belinda Whitney, Solo Violin & Concert Master Paolo Bordignon, Harpsichord Christopher Sierra, Tenor With Members of The Harlem Chamber Players

Baruch PAC celebrates Latin jazz legend Aldemaro Romero: Venezuelan Fiesta
Dates: Nov 16
Sponsor: Baruch Performing Arts Center
Auditorium: Baruch Performing Arts Center
Contact: Gail Baruch Wein
  55 Lexington Avenue, (25th st. b/w 3rd and Lexington Avenues)
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 6464849691
Fax: 6464849691
e-mail: ClassicalCommunications@gmail.com
Web: http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/calendar/EventList.aspx?fromdate=8/3/2017&todate=12/31/2018&display=Month&type=public&eventidn=44216&

On November 17th, come celebrate the music of the late Aldemaro Romero, Sr. at Baruch Performing Arts Center in the heart of Manhattan with a Venezuelan Fiesta. The evening will feature music by the late composer and bandleader who brought Latin American music into the mainstream with his wildly popular RCA recording, "Dinner in Caracas" in the 1950's. Pianist and singer Selene Quiroga performs music from her upcoming CD, "Natural no Literal: A tribute to Aldemaro Romero", together with an all-star lineup of musicians. Aldemaro Romero, Jr - Romero's son and Dean of Baruch's Weissman School of Arts & Sciences - hosts the evening and conducts the band.

Nov 18, 2017
Dover String Quartet
Dates: November 18
Sponsor: Peoples' Symphony Concerts
Auditorium: Washington Irving High School
Contact: Jonathan Moss
  40 Irving Place
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (212) 586-4680
e-mail: info@pscny.org
Web: http://https://www.pscny.org

Program: Mendelssohn: Four Pieces for String Quartet, Op. 81 Laks: Quartet No. 3 Victor Ullmann: Quartet No. 3 Schumann: Quartet No. 2 in F Major, Op. 41, No. 2 Personnel: Joel Link, violin Bryan Lee, violin Milena Pajaro-Van de Stadt, viola Camden Shaw, cello The Dover Quartet’s rise from being an up-and-coming young ensemble to occupying a spot at the top of their field has been “practically meteoric” (Strings). Catapulted to prominence after sweeping the 2013 Banff International String Quartet Competition, the group has become a major presence on the international scene. With its burnished warmth, incisive rhythms, and natural phrasing, the Quartet’s distinctive sound has helped confirm its status as “the young American string quartet of the moment” (New Yorker). Named as Cleveland Quartet Award winner for the 2016–17 and 2017–18 seasons, the group was awarded the Avery Fisher Career Grant in March 2017.

Extraordinary Choral Masterworks
Dates: November 18, 7:30 PM
Sponsor: CONCORA - Connecticut Choral Artists
Auditorium: St Thomas the Apostle Church
Contact: contact@concora.org
  872 Farmington Ave
  West Hartford, CT United States
Phone: 860-293-0567
e-mail: contact@concora.org
Web: http://www.concora.org/extraordinary-masterworks.html

Continuing a long tradition of inclusion and outreach, CONCORA will be joined by several extraordinarily gifted Connecticut high school choirs to present a program of favorite movements from choral masterworks by Bach (Saint Matthew Passion), Mozart (Requiem), and Brahms (A German Requiem). A member of the audience said of last year's Extraordinary Concert: "What a treat to sit and be bathed in glorious sound. The young voices were so fresh and clear and the ensemble sound quite breathtaking. The variety of musical offerings was a delight to the listener and perfectly suited to that grand space."

Haochen Zhang, Piano
Dates: Nov 18
Auditorium: Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall
  881 7th Ave
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-247-7800
e-mail: info@carnegiehall.org
Web: http://https://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2017/11/18/0730/PM/Haochen-Zhang-Piano/

After his stunning concerto debut at Carnegie with the China NCPA on October 30, 2017 where he replaced pianist Lang Lang playing the iconic Chinese work, the Yellow River Concerto, Haochen Zhang returns to Carnegie Hall in his solo recital debut. With accolades including the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition gold medal and the Avery Fisher Career Grant, Haochen displays "exemplary" technique with a "keen musical sense and a gorgeous touch" (New York Classical Review). The program includes works by Schumann, Liszt, Janá?ek, and Prokofiev.

Melodia Women's Choir of NYC presents Autumn Fire, a 15th Anniversary Concert
Dates: November 18, 2017
Sponsor: Melodia Women's Choir of NYC
Auditorium: Church of the Holy Apostles
Contact: Teri Duerr
  296 Ninth Avenue
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (800) 838-3006
e-mail: womenschoir@mindspring.com
Web: http://melodiawomenschoir.org

Melodia Women’s Choir, New York’s premier ensemble for women’s choral music led by artistic director Cynthia Powell, announces its 15th anniversary season with Autumn Fire, a program inspired by the fiery colors of autumn and German Romantic composers. A lovely set of motets by siblings Felix Mendelssohn and Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel will be performed, as well as the harp mass Harfenmesse: Missa Advocata Nostra by Johann Kaspar Aiblinger, and Josef Rheinberger’s ethereal Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen, both works featuring harp soloist Rita Costanzi, formerly a principal harpist of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and a solo harpist of the CBC Radio Orchestra. $20 adv ($25 door) $15 adv (students & seniors) http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/5998 PERFORMERS Melodia Women’s Choir led by Cynthia Powell, with Mika Nishimura (piano), Rita Costanzi (harp), Meaghan Burke (cello), and Mary Ann McSweeney (bass). Second performance Nov 19, 3 pm @ West End Collegiate Church, 245 W 77th St, New

Mozart Symphony No. 41
Dates: Nov 18
Auditorium: Ambassador Auditorium
  131 S St. John Avenue
  Pasadena, CA United States
Phone: 6267937172
Web: http://https://pasadenasymphony-pops.secure.force.com/ticket#details_a0Si000000JAJ2uEAH

David Lockington, conductor Zee Zee, piano Rossini Barber of Seville Overture Saint Saëns Piano Concerto No. 2 Mozart Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter” 2 pm and 8 pm performances available

The Verdi Chorus Fall 2017 Concert “Love’s Passions and Potions”
Dates: November 18 and 19
Sponsor: Peter Goldman - Davidson & Choy Publicity
Auditorium: First United Methodist Church in Santa Monica
Contact: p.goldman@dcpublicity.com
  1008 11th Street
  Santa Monica, CA United States
Phone: 800-838-3006
Web: http://www.verdichorus.org

The Verdi Chorus will present its Fall 2017 concert “Love’s Passions and Potions” for two performances only at the First United Methodist Church in Santa Monica on November 18th and 19th led by Founding Artistic Director Anne Marie Ketchum. As the only choral group in Southern California that focuses primarily on the dramatic and diverse music for opera chorus, their program will feature selections from Verdi’s Giovanna d’Arco and Un Ballo in Maschera, Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor and The Elixir of Love, Massenet’s Manon, as well as selections from Romberg’s The Student Prince and The New Moon and Herbert’s Naughty Marietta. The program will feature three guest soloists: Greek-American soprano Jamie Chamberlin (praised for her “shimmering tones” and “star- struck vulnerability” by Opera News), tenor Nathan Granner (one of the original The American Tenors on Sony Classical), and baritone Ben Lowe, who will be making his New York debut this season at BAM, performing in Matthew Aucoin’s opera Crossing.

Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Angela Hewitt
Dates: November 18, 2017
Auditorium: Roy Thomson Hall
  60 Simcoe Street
  Toronto, ON Canada
Phone: 416 598 3375
Fax: 416 598 3375
e-mail: contactus@tso.ca
Web: http://www.tso.ca

Acclaimed pianist Angela Hewitt, praised by the Sunday Times (London) as “the outstanding Bach pianist of her generation,” plays the solo part and leads the Orchestra in two of J.S. Bach’s finest concertos. She displays equal insight into two glorious concertos by Mozart. All artists, programs, dates, prices, and chats are subject to change without notice.

Nov 19, 2017
Bellini's La straniera (Washington Concert Opera)
Dates: November 19
Sponsor: Washington Concert Opera
Auditorium: The Lisner Auditorium
Contact: Kendra Rubinfeld
  730 21st Street, NW
  Washington, DC United States
Phone: 2023645826
Fax: 2023645826
e-mail: kendra@kendrarubinfeldpr.com

Inspired by true events during the 12th century, La straniera tells the tale of a French king’s scandalous divorce from a Danish princess and his subsequent marriage to a mysterious foreign woman (“la straniera”), kept tucked away in a wooded cottage. This bel canto treasure, which is rarely performed in the United States, will be performed on November 19th and feature three rising stars in their WCO debuts—soprano Amanda Woodbury as Alaide, tenor Gerard Schneider as Arturo, mezzo-soprano Corrie Stallings as Isoletta—and the return of a WCO favorite, baritone Javier Arrey, in the role of Valdeburgo.

Flute Affair
Dates: November 19, 2017 at 5:00pm
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
Fax: 2128755788
Web: http://https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/flute-affair-november-19-2017/

An instrument that’s been around for 60,000 years certainly deserves a concert of its own. This program’s exposé of the flute’s astonishing capabilities reveals how composers of three centuries were inspired by its magical qualities.

Gerard Schwarz Conducts The Orchestra Now
Dates: Nov 19
Auditorium: Symphony Space
  2537 Broadway at 95th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-864-5400
e-mail: boxoffice@symphonyspace.org
Web: http://https://www.symphonyspace.org/event/9869/Music/the-orchestra-now-free-concert-w-gerard-schwarz

Gerard Schwarz, music director of the All-Star Orchestra and the Eastern Music Festival and conductor laureate of the Seattle Symphony, leads The Orchestra Now in Bruckner’s popular fourth symphony, nicknamed “Romantic,” and the New York premiere of Eugene Goossens’ Jubilee Variations.

Melodia Women's Choir of NYC presents Autumn Fire, a 15th Anniversary Concert
Dates: November 19, 2017
Sponsor: Melodia Women's Choir of NYC
Auditorium: West End Collegiate Church
Contact: Teri Duerr
  245 West 77th St
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (800) 838-3006
e-mail: womenschoir@mindspring.com
Web: http://melodiawomenschoir.org

Melodia Women’s Choir, New York’s premier ensemble for women’s choral music led by artistic director Cynthia Powell, announces its 15th anniversary season with Autumn Fire, a program inspired by the fiery colors of autumn and German Romantic composers. A lovely set of motets by siblings Felix Mendelssohn and Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel will be performed, as well as the harp mass Harfenmesse: Missa Advocata Nostra by Johann Kaspar Aiblinger, and Josef Rheinberger’s ethereal Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen, both works featuring harp soloist Rita Costanzi, formerly a principal harpist of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and a solo harpist of the CBC Radio Orchestra. $20 adv ($25 door) $15 adv (students & seniors) http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/5998 PERFORMERS Melodia Women’s Choir led by Cynthia Powell, with Mika Nishimura (piano), Rita Costanzi (harp), Meaghan Burke (cello), and Mary Ann McSweeney (bass). Second performance Nov 18, 7:30 pm @ Church of the Holy Apostles, 296 Ninth Ave,

Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Angela Hewitt
Dates: Sunday, November 19, 2017
Auditorium: George Weston Recital Hall; Toronto Centre For The Arts
  5040 Yonge Street
  Toronto, ON Canada
Phone: 416 598 3375
Fax: 416 598 3375
e-mail: contactus@tso.ca
Web: http://www.tso.ca

Acclaimed pianist Angela Hewitt, praised by the Sunday Times (London) as “the outstanding Bach pianist of her generation,” plays the solo part and leads the Orchestra in two of J.S. Bach’s finest concertos. She displays equal insight into two glorious concertos by Mozart. All artists, programs, dates, prices, and chats are subject to change without notice.

YMF Debut Chamber Orchestra: 'fly'
Dates: Nov. 19
  Bing Theater, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd.
  Los Angeles, CA United States
Phone: 213-617-7707
e-mail: info@ymf.org
Web: http://ymf.org/events

The Young Musicians Foundation's Debut Chamber Orchestra (DCO) continues its 2017-18 concert season with a free concert titled fly, featuring YMF alumna and guest violinist Anne Akiko Meyers as part of the Sundays Live at LACMA series. The program includes Vaughan Williams' "The Lark Ascending," Rautavaara's "Fantasia" and Poulenc's "Sinfonietta." Now celebrating its 63rd season, the DCO, currently led by Lawrence N. Field Conductor-in-Residence Yuga Cohler, is one of the oldest pre-professional training orchestras in the country. Composed of approximately 70 talented musicians ages 15-25 from across the Los Angeles area, the orchestra hones the skills of students who are on the cusp of professional careers. Alumni of the orchestra perform today in virtually every major symphony orchestra in the country.

Nov 21, 2017
Bandoneorama & Sonidos de LatinoAmerica
Dates: 11/21/2017
Sponsor: Latin American Cultural Week
Auditorium: St. Peter's Church
Contact: audreyrosspub@aol.com
  619 Lexington Avenue, at 54th St.
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 646.701.0010
e-mail: audreyrosspub@aol.com
Web: http://lacw.net

Two special music events on Latin American Cultural Week, currently presenting music, dance & theater events all around town in celebration of Latin American arts. On November 21st, two back to back concerts: at 7 PM Bandoneorama, a unique quartet of bandoneon players, led by Maestro Daniel Binelli, who toured internationally with the orchestra of Astor Piazzolla; followed at 8 PM by Sonidos de LatinoAmerica, a musical journey through Latin America, from north to south, with violinist Eddy Marcano and pianist Baden Goyo.

Nov 23, 2017
Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Mahler Symphony 6
Dates: November 23 & 25, 2017
Auditorium: Roy Thomson Hall
  60 Simcoe Street
  Toronto, ON Canada
Phone: 416 598 3375
Fax: 416 598 3375
e-mail: contactus@tso.ca
Web: http://www.tso.ca

In Mahler’s emotionally devastating Sixth Symphony, he looked back nostalgically at bygone innocence, included a sweeping, ecstatic theme to represent his adored wife, Alma, and ultimately felt the harsh hammer blows of fate. Donald Runnicles, General Music Director of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, brings decades of experience in late-Romantic music to this powerful score. All artists, programs, dates, prices, and chats are subject to change without notice.

Nov 25, 2017
Lady of The Castle: A Ghostly Post-Holocaust Chamber Opera
Dates: Nov 25 at 8pm & Nov 27 at 7pm
Sponsor: The Aviva Players and Algonquin Theater Productions
Auditorium: Victor Borge Hall at Scandinavia House
  58 Park Avenue
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2124868-4444
Web: http://tix.smarttix.com/Modules/Sales/SalesMainTabsPage.aspx?ControlState=1&SalesEventId=6987&DC=

Is a young Jewish girl still hidden in an old castle? Based on a true story & an Israeli play by Lea Goldberg about one of the Holocaust’s “hidden children,” Lady of The Castle is set in 1947 after the War. A chamber opera about illusion, reality, love, betrayal, death and hope with music and lyrics by Mira J. Spektor, direction by Lissa Moira and starring Darcy Dunn, Douglas McDonnell, Bennett Pologe, and Amanda Yachechak. Originally commissioned & presented by Theater for the New City in 1982, Lady of The Castle has had over 10 productions internationally. It has been staged in New York off-Broadway and at the JCC, on Long Island and in Massachusetts, in Berlin with support of the Anne Frank Foundation, and in London at Saint Giles Cripplegate Church in the Barbican Center as part of the Festival of Austrian Jewish Culture - produced with the artistic supervision of conductor David Josefowitz. The London concert version is available on Original Cast Recordings. Lady of the Castle was also seen on televisio

Nov 27, 2017
Concorso Novaro Finals
Dates: Nov 27, 2017
Sponsor: Toscana Energia
Auditorium: Final evening will be held at Teatro Goldoni, Florence (It)
Contact: concorsonovaro@gmail.com
  Florence, Italy
e-mail: concorsonovaro@gmail.com
Web: http://www.concorsonovaro.it/index_en.php

Chairman of the jury: K. Penderecki - First prize: 5000 euros. The Competition is open to composers of all nationalities, who on 20 October 2017 are still under the age of 35. Candidates should submit to the jury a composition for chamber orchestra, lasting between 7 and 10 minutes, which is inspired by the values and themes of the Italian Constitution. In this edition, composers should focus on the theme of the “Italian Artistic and Cultural Heritage”. The deadline for the submission of the manuscripts is October 20, 2017. The jury in formed by international composers and musicians, including K. Penderecki and R. Danielpour. The Orchesta del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino will perform the works of the three finalists during the final night, in Florence, on Nov. 27. For further details: http://www.concorsonovaro.it/index_en.php

PREformances with Allison Charney
Dates: November 27, 2017
Sponsor: PREformances with Allison Charney
Auditorium: Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center
Contact: Esther Kashkin
  129 W 67th Street, New York, NY 10036
  New York, NY United States
e-mail: info@preformances.org
Web: http://www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/mch/event/preformances-with-allison-charney1/

For the first evening concert of the 2017-18 Season PREformances’ host, soprano Allison Charney and collaborative pianist Craig Ketter welcome Kajsa William-Olsson, cellist, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Elizabeth Mann, principal flutist Orchestra of St. Luke’s, pianist Donna Weng and the ARK Trio to Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center. The evening’s repertoire will feature Martinu's Cello Concerto, No. 1 performed by Kajsa William-Olsson in anticipation of her performance with full orchestra later this season; Prokofiev's Flute Sonata performed by Elizabeth Mann with pianist Donna Weng, in advance of their upcoming concert at Princeton and Michael Ching’s “Arrangements and Derangements: Interpretations of Schubert” originally commissioned for and performed by the ARK Trio: soprano Allison Charney, pianist Reiko Uchida and cellist Kajsa William-Olsson.

Nov 28, 2017
Voyagers: World Premiere at the American Museum of Natural History
Dates: November 28th, 2017 at 7pm
Sponsor: American Museum of Natural History
Auditorium: Hayden Planetarium
Contact: sacha@petermcdowell.com
  200 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024
  New York City, NY United States
Phone: (212) 769-5100
e-mail: sacha@petermcdowell.com
Web: http://https://www.amnh.org/learn-teach/adults/hayden-planetarium-programs/astronomy-live-voyagers

Composer Gerald Cohen's VOYAGERS is a tribute to the two Voyager spacecraft on the 40th anniversary of their launch, and of the Golden Record of music sent to accompany them on their journey out of the solar system. Commissioned by and written for the Cassatt Quartet and clarinetist Vasko Dukovski, Voyagers links of music, science and visual art. It will be performed with astronomical projections at New York’s esteemed Hayden Planetarium. The visualizations will be created by Carter Emmart, Director of Astrovisualization at the American Museum of Natural History. Timothy Ferris, one of the creators of the Golden Record, joins this program as a special guest. November 28, 2017 at 7pm ? Tickets range $12-$15 on the AMNH website.

Nov 30, 2017
Gershwin's Concerto
Dates: Nov 30 - Dec 2
Auditorium: Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
  615 Town Center Drive
  Costa Mesa, CA United States
Web: http://www.pacificsymphony.org/tickets/concert/gershwin_concerto

“Many persons had thought that the Rhapsody in Blue was only a happy accident…Well, I went out, for one thing, to show them that there was plenty more where that had come from,” said George Gershwin himself. Widely considered Gershwin’s most classical piece, his Piano Concerto in F represents the perfect blend between the rhythmic liberties of jazz fused with classical roots. Enjoy image magnification on our big screens during the concert for a closer look at the artists! Anu Tali, guest conductor Xiayin Wang, piano Pacific Symphony SMETANA: The Moldau GERSHWIN: Piano Concerto in F DVO?ÁK: Symphony No. 7 Preview Talk at 7 p.m. with host Alan Chapman. Doors open at 6:45 p.m.

Late Night Rose, feat. music by Haydn and Shostakovich
Dates: November 30, 2017 at 9:00pm
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th Floor of the Rose Building
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
Fax: 2128755788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/late-night-rose-november-30-2017/

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, a complimentary glass of wine, and engaging commentary.

Rose Studio Concert, feat. music by Mendelssohn & Brahms
Dates: November 30, 2017 at 6:30pm
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th Floor of the Rose Building
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
Fax: 2128755788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/rose-studio-concert-november-30-2017/

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.

Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Home Alone in Concert
Dates: November 30-December 2, 2017
Auditorium: Roy Thomson Hall
  60 Simcoe Street
  Toronto, ON Canada
Phone: 416 598 3375
Fax: 416 598 3375
e-mail: contactus@tso.ca
Web: http://www.tso.ca

A box office smash hit when it was released in 1990, this madcap family comedy has become a certified holiday classic. Macaulay Culkin stars as an inventive eight-year-old, accidentally left alone over Christmas, who repeatedly outsmarts a couple of boneheaded burglars. John Williams’s delightful score packs extra punch and sparkle when the TSO—and the lively voices of the Etobicoke School of the Arts Junior Chorus—perform it live with the film! © 1990 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Performed with intermission. All artists, programs, dates, prices, and chats are subject to change without notice.



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