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Carnegie Hall Apr 18
Last weekend, mezzo-soprano led her annual series of master classes for young opera singers. All three master classes were live streamed on and are available to watch: .
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Pablo Heras-Casado Apr 18
Tonight is the night! With & at 🎶🏙🎹 Program: PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 1, "Classical" RAVEL Piano Concerto in G Major STRAVINSKY Suite No. 1 for Small Orchestra HAYDN Symphony No. 103, "Drumroll" 🎫
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Siemens Arts Program Apr 17
vs. Talk with Sir Clive Gillinson of & Barbara Humpton STEAM= Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics are part of a holistic education. Only by combining all disciplines children will develop into critically thinking citizens
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Yuja Apr 17
Thank you to for a great tour. It has been fun to make music together and I look forward to our European concerts in Jan. 2020. 💿 I am very excited that we will release a recording of the same program on soon! 📷 |
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Carnegie Hall Apr 17
Just announced! Stage seats are now on sale for violinist and pianist Evgeny Kissin on April 25.
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Carnegie Hall Apr 16
George Manahan led in works by Feldman & Gloria Coates, as well as a New York premiere by Pulitzer Prize–winning composer w/ a film by , featuring vocalists & Helga Davis, & percussionist Shayna Dunkelman.
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Carnegie Hall Apr 16
This summer, offers five free concerts at ParkNYC featuring outstanding classical, folk, Afro-Brazilian, Latin, Celtic, funk, and gospel artists. See the full lineup: .
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Carnegie Hall Apr 16
Pianist continued her series with cellist as they performed works by Franck, Chopin, and Rachmaninoff for a sold-out audience.
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Pablo Heras-Casado Apr 16
It’s a beautiful, sunny day in NYC! Ready to rehearse with and for this Thursday’s concert at 💪🏼☀️🎶 Tickets & Info:
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Carnegie Hall Apr 15
Tomorrow, 4/16, the presents “The Land of Promise." This theater concert directed by George C. Heslin for Company tells the story of Ulster-Scotch immigration to the US through the art of live music and drama.
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American Composers Apr 15
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Carnegie Hall Apr 15
Use your card for a 10% discount on tickets for presentations, including , led by , with pianist on April 18: .
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Carnegie Hall Apr 14
Trumpeter, composer, and vocalist, Louis Armstrong performed ten times at from 1938 to 1965 in solo concerts & w/ his band, as well as collaborating w/ other influential jazz musicians including Sammy Davis Jr. and Joey Adams, pictured.
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Carnegie Hall Apr 14
Tune in today at 4 PM as mezzo-soprano leads the third and final masterclasses this season, which will be streamed live on . Send in any questions throughout the workshop using the hashtag .
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Carnegie Hall Apr 13
What is the most surprising fact you’ve learned about ? Learn more fun facts and history when you take a guided
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Carnegie Hall Apr 13
Families made music together in the Resnick Education Wing at ’s free Spring Day: Journey to the Harlem Renaissance. The day was filled with live performances, instrument building, singing and dancing with professional artists, and more.
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Carnegie Hall Apr 13
Replay | Listen to , led by , in this live recording of their recent performance of Bartók and Hungarian Peasant Songs.
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Carnegie Hall Apr 13
Tune in today at 4 PM as mezzo-soprano leads her second of three masterclasses, which will be streamed live on Facebook, in partnership with . Send in any questions throughout the workshop using the hashtag .
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Carnegie Hall Apr 13
staff and volunteers marched in the NYC Tartan Day Parade for the fourth year following our friends from the .
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Carnegie Hall Apr 12
“By programming two full nights of Bartók at , the touring and its music director, , were signaling their passion for a Hungarian modernist whose works they have memorably recorded.” () Read more:
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