Dec
2
8:00 PM20:00

Ridgefield Symphony

Prokofiev: “Troika” from Lieutenant Kije, op. 60, Glazunov: “Winter” from the Seasons, Rimsky-Korsakov: “Dance of the Tumblers” (Snow Maiden), Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, op. 43  (Dmitri Novgorodsky, piano), Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5, op. 64, E minor 

http://ridgefieldsymphony.org/concerts-tickets/#tab-id-1

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Jul
30
8:30 PM20:30

Concerts in the Catacombs: Memento Mori

http://www.atlasobscura.com/events/concerts-in-the-catacombs-reflections-of-memento-mori

"In the heart of Green-Wood Cemetery, hidden on the side of a grassy knoll, an inconspicuous iron door leads deep into the earth. Rarely open to the public, the Catacombs are one of Green-Wood’s most spectacular gems. Dating to the 19th century when the Catacombs provided above-ground interment within its numerous vaults, the smooth stone that comprises this long, tunneled burial space offers a special reverb for musical offerings.

Join Atlas Obscura and Green-Wood Cemetery, as they launch for the first time ever, Concerts In The Catacombs. For this summer series, each night will be an immersive experience with artists specifically curated for the Catacombs. From the avant garde to electronic, classical to rock, this won't be your normal musical experience.

In a culture that glorifies the material pursuit of youth, Atlas Obscura's Memento Mori Catacomb Concert kick-off event is a moment to reflect on mortality and the moment. Memento Mori is the Latin phrase for "remember death." And though a grand precedent of memento mori exists in physical art, a specific lineage of music is difficult to trace. The works chosen for the evening are an attempt to embody the concept in arrangement, spirit, and space.

The evening's performances will feature the Ladies of the Veil Orchestra and Raya Brass Band. The event is curated by Field Agent Adriana Molello, who helped direct other Atlas Obscura events such as Into the VeilSecret Mausoleum Club and the Great Forgotten Garden Party."

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Jul
20
10:30 AM10:30

TBMS Summer Daytime Lecture Series: Confronting Fear and Finding Bravery Through Performance

What makes a powerful performance, and why does it move us so deeply? How do musicians handle stage fright? How can art inspire all of us to be more courageous and creative in our everyday lives? Violist and writer Nora Krohn and TBMS Community Programs Manager Sarah Grosman will explore these questions that get at the core of how artistic vulnerability promotes an enlivening of the human heart.

The Daytime Lecture Performance series features lecture recitals by TBMS faculty members, presented in partnership with Lenox Hill Neighborhood House at St. Peter’s Church. The free event series is open to the public, but RSVP is required: http://tbms.org/event/lecture-confronting-fear-finding-bravery-performance/

Lectures are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am at St. Peter’s Church, 619 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022.

 

 

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Jun
29
10:30 AM10:30

TBMS Daytime Lecture Series: The Story and Anatomy of String Instruments

From churches to boudoirs to concert halls, string instruments have played a historically powerful role in musical settings of all kinds. Join violist Nora Krohn for a discussion of how string instruments developed in conjunction with the social function of music, and how those changes inspired the composers who wrote for them.

The Daytime Lecture Performance series features lecture recitals by TBMS faculty members, presented in partnership with Lenox Hill Neighborhood House at St. Peter’s Church. The free event series is open to the public, but RSVP is required: http://tbms.org/event/lecture-story-anatomy-string-instruments/

Lectures are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am at St. Peter’s Church, 619 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022.

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Jun
24
7:30 PM19:30

Victory Hall Opera: "Drugsong"

In collaboration with Charlottesville's Jennifer Hoyt Tidwell (CLAW, NO WAKE) VHO pushes the boundaries of opera performance with a radical new genre: a play / opera hybrid. 

Inspired by Thomas Mann's novella TristanDrugsong tells a story of infatuation in isolation. Left alone in a remote sanitorium, the discovery of Wagner leads two artistic souls to the brink.

http://www.victoryhallopera.org/drugsong

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Jun
22
7:30 PM19:30

Victory Hall Opera: "Drugsong"

In collaboration with Charlottesville's Jennifer Hoyt Tidwell (CLAW, NO WAKE) VHO pushes the boundaries of opera performance with a radical new genre: a play / opera hybrid. 

Inspired by Thomas Mann's novella TristanDrugsong tells a story of infatuation in isolation. Left alone in a remote sanitorium, the discovery of Wagner leads two artistic souls to the brink.

http://www.victoryhallopera.org/drugsong

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Jun
18
5:00 PM17:00

Victory Hall Opera: "Drugsong"

In collaboration with Charlottesville's Jennifer Hoyt Tidwell (CLAW, NO WAKE) VHO pushes the boundaries of opera performance with a radical new genre: a play / opera hybrid. 

Inspired by Thomas Mann's novella TristanDrugsong tells a story of infatuation in isolation. Left alone in a remote sanitorium, the discovery of Wagner leads two artistic souls to the brink.

http://www.victoryhallopera.org/drugsong

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Jun
16
7:30 PM19:30

Victory Hall Opera: "Drugsong"

In collaboration with Charlottesville's Jennifer Hoyt Tidwell (CLAW, NO WAKE) VHO pushes the boundaries of opera performance with a radical new genre: a play / opera hybrid. 

Inspired by Thomas Mann's novella TristanDrugsong tells a story of infatuation in isolation. Left alone in a remote sanitorium, the discovery of Wagner leads two artistic souls to the brink.

http://www.victoryhallopera.org/drugsong

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