Scintillating Beethoven…Edge-of-the-seat playing from a New York orchestra…it’s a winner: dramatic, witty, eloquent and boasting some startling choral work in the last movement…well worth investigating.
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Beethoven Symphony No. 9 David Bernard leading the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony with Kristin Sampson, Soprano, Edith Dowd, Alto, Cameron Schutza, Tenor, Brian Kontes, Bass, The New Amsterdam Singers, Clara Longstreth, Music Director, The West Point Glee Club, Constance Chase, Music Director, The Young New Yorkers’ Chorus, Michael Kerschner, Artistic […]
A Beethoven Celebration Beethoven | Overture to the Consecration of the House Beethoven | Symphony No. 9 Soloists TBD
Storytelling Through Music Ravel | Mother Goose Suite Prokofiev | Peter and the Wolf Rimsky-Korsakov | Scheherazade Narrator TBD
The Nutcracker Eglevsky Ballet Massapequa Philharmonic
Sounds & Tastes of the Season: The Magic of the Nutcracker Tchaikovsky | Act 1 of “The Nutcracker” (Narrated) Traditional | Festive Holiday Choral Music Traditional | Holiday Sing Along Refreshments will be served.
Halloween from the InsideOut Saint-Saëns | Dance Macabre Berlioz | Symphonie Fantastique
Mozart | Overture to Don Giovanni, K. 527 Mozart | Clarinet Concerto, K. 622 Brahms | Symphony No. 2 Stanley Drucker, Clarinet
Debussy | Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune Stravinsky | Firebird Suite (1919) Gershwin | “An American in Paris” Gershwin | Rhapsody in Blue Ted Rosenthal, Piano
Beethoven | Overture to “Egmont” Brahms | Violin Concerto Mendelssohn | Symphony No. 3, “Scottish” Anna Lee, Violin