Nov
16
7:30 PM19:30

Chamber Orchestra of New York

Our season opens with principal flutist Ginevra Petrucci who joins harpsichordist Aymeric Dupre la Tour and concertmaster Kelly Hall-Tompkins for Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. Di Vittorio’s own Baroque-inspired Sarabanda Antica, serving as a prelude to our June Naxos recordings, receives its world premiere. Principal Stephanie Corwin plays Vivaldi’s Bassoon Concerto RV477, followed by principal Slava Znatchenii’s performance of Marcello’s Oboe Concerto. The program then concludes with Mozart’s ever popular Serenade in G “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik”.


Salvatore Di Vittorio, conductor, composer
Stephanie Corwin, bassoon
Slava Znatchenii, oboe
Ginevra Petrucci, flute
Aymeric Dupre la Tour, harpsichord
Kelly Hall-Tompkins, violin

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Oct
22
7:00 PM19:00

Le Roi Danse: KKM with Hubert Hazebroucq and Stefan Plewniak

Ravensong and Kleine Kammermusik present internationally acclaimed baroque dancer Hubert Hazebroucq and violinist Stefan Plewniak of Il Giardino d’Amore in a concert of music and dance from the court of Louis XIV. The dances, reconstructed by Hazebroucq from their original notation, are set to music of Couperin, Lully, and more. Don't miss this rare opportunity to indulge in an evening of charm, grace, and delight!

Hubert Hazebroucq, Dancer
Stefan Plewniak, violin
Members of Kleine Kammermusik

Admission: $30
Students and Seniors: $15

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Sep
8
2:00 PM14:00

Seven: A Public Sound Project

  • 40th Street Train Station Sunnyside, NY (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

"Seven" exists at the intersection between a concert performance and a sound installation. The piece is for open instrumentation, and in quasi open form. A heterogeneous ensemble of 15 performers will be positioned around the first arch of the 7 Train viaduct directly off the 40th Street stop, and will perform a series of drone based cells that are related to the resonant frequencies of the viaduct. To a certain degree, each performer is able to move to the next cell independently of the others, creating a wash of sound that takes advantage of the delay inherent in the arch. In short, this work temporarily becomes part of the sonic fabric of the site and reflects the structured independence of the NYC subway.

This performance is free of charge and open to the public. Audience members are encouraged to move about the space and experience how their perception of the sound changes based on their position in the site.

This project is made possible in part by the Queens Council on 
the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of 
Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Composed by Joseph Di Ponio


Performers:
Margaret Lancaster - Flute
Esther Noh – Violin 
Emma Dong – Violin
Fiona Last – Oboe
Alicia Bennett – Clarinet
Geoffrey Burleson – Melodica
Cory Ryan – Alto Saxophone
Caitlin Sullivan – Cello
Timothy Leonard – Cello
Mara Mayer – Bass Clarinet
Stephanie Corwin – Bassoon
Han Yu – Tenor Saxophone
Danielle Tagar – Trombone
Joseph Higgins – Double Bass
Matt Ward – Percussion

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Jun
5
7:30 PM19:30

Voyces

Angels Cry Aloud

Masters of the Roman Collegio Germanico
Voyces presents a concert of late16th and 17th century masterworks influenced by the Roman School. Super flumina Babylonis by Tomás Luis de Victoria is a towering polychoral setting of Psalm 137 "By the waters of Babylon". Jephte an oratorio by the "Father of the oratorio" Giacomo Carissimi, sets to music the tragic biblical story of the general Jephthah and his rash vow that leads to an unthinkable sacrifice. The magnificent and martial Te Deum, H.146 by Marc-Antoine Charpentier is the ultimate celebration motet. With Young Voyces and Voyces Baroque Ensemble.

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Jun
3
4:00 PM16:00

Voyces

Angels Cry Aloud

Masters of the Roman Collegio Germanico
Voyces presents a concert of late16th and 17th century masterworks influenced by the Roman School. Super flumina Babylonis by Tomás Luis de Victoria is a towering polychoral setting of Psalm 137 "By the waters of Babylon". Jephte an oratorio by the "Father of the oratorio" Giacomo Carissimi, sets to music the tragic biblical story of the general Jephthah and his rash vow that leads to an unthinkable sacrifice. The magnificent and martial Te Deum, H.146 by Marc-Antoine Charpentier is the ultimate celebration motet. With Young Voyces and Voyces Baroque Ensemble.

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May
23
7:30 PM19:30

Clarion Society

Clarion at 60
Clarion celebrates 60 years as one of America's oldest early music organizations and the legacy of its founder, Newell Jenkins. The 35-piece period-instrument Clarion Orchestra, and the 24-member Clarion Choir will perform Haydn's final major work, the splendid Harmoniemesse, named for its intricate writing for the winds, together with his festive and brilliant Te Deum, composed in 1802 for Empress Maria Teresa.

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