This new presentation includes a new essay by music critic and scholar Thomas Larson and Aaron Copland’s iconic work Quiet City featuring trumpet player Chris Coletti and members of The Philadelphia Orchestra. [Read more…] about Quiet City: A Reverie for NY in the Time of COVID-19
The program features Polish violin virtuosa Kinga Augustyn highlighting the violin works of composers Grażyna Bacewicz, J.S. Bach, Fritz Kreisler, Niccolò Paganini, and Astor Piazzolla. Presented repertoire spans from Baroque to more contemporary selections, and features commentary by Auqustyn. [Read more…] about Violin Visionaries Program with Kinga Augustyn
The Park Theater in Glens Falls, in partnership with the Chapman Museum, is set to presents “The Marriage Circle” featuring live musical score by Ben Model, via YouTube livestream on September 10th. [Read more…] about Virtual Silent Film ‘The Marriage Circle’ With Live Musical Score
The Sembrich has launched “In Conversation with Philip Glass,” a presentation featuring a rare audio interview with Philip Glass conducted by mezzo-soprano Theresa Treadway Lloyd. [Read more…] about Sembrich Offers “Conversation with Philip Glass”
“Stravinsky and the Premiere of the Century” looks back to the night of May 29, 1913, the premiere of The Rite of Spring, with vintage images, video clips, and commentary on the night by Stravinsky scholar Charles Joseph. [Read more…] about Stravinsky and the Premiere of the Century
The Sembrich has launched “The Bay View Grounds and Gardens,” the fourth exhibit in its 2020 digital series The Thatcher Photos. [Read more…] about Sembrich Launches New Grounds and Gardens Exhibit
The Sembrich has launched “Enrico in the Jungle,” the fourth installment of its 20/20: Musical Visionaries summer festival, which looks at the life of Enrico Caruso. [Read more…] about Enrico Caruso & Werner Hertzog’z Fitzcarraldo
The Sembrich is celebrating the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven as part of its 20/20: Virtual Visionaries online summer festival.
“A Beethoven Birthday Celebration,” The third installment of The Sembrich’s online festival, explores the composer’s innovative and unique contributions to classical music.
The Festival will look at the many qualities and characteristics of Beethoven and his music through historical images, commentary by both Sembrich Artistic Director Richard Wargo and The Musical Quarterly’s Christopher H. Gibbs, and video performances by virtuoso pianist Christopher Johnson. [Read more…] about Sembrich Celebrating Beethoven’s 250th Birthday Online