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Outstanding regional ensembles specializing in early music are not to be missed: David Hill leads Juilliard415 and Yale Schola Cantorum in music by Bach and Rameau alongside a new work by Reena Esmail at Alice Tully Hall on March 2, The Four Nations Ensemble performs Vivaldi, Alessandro Scarlatti and Bach cantatas and concertos at Merkin Hall on March 13, and House of Time brings chamber gems by Mozart and Haydn to Hudson View Gardens in Washington Heights on March 31 and to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on April 1.I can't help but mention a few blockbuster artists that I know you won't want to miss: Yo-Yo Ma with the New York Philharmonic March 15-18, the Boston Symphony at Carnegie Hall for three nights February 28 - March 2, Philadelphia Orchestra on March 7 and Orpheus Chamber Orchestra on March 18, both also at Carnegie.
The Vienna Philharmonic performs Schubert's 'Great' Symphony No.Most of the concerts are at Juilliard, the final one is at Alice Tully Hall.Free admission, tickets are required, available at Julliard's box office, website and at the door.He received his fourth Grammy nomination for ‘Best Instrumentalist with Orchestra’ for the Naxos recording of Amy Beach’s Piano Concerto with the Nashville Symphony.acclaim on opera, concert and recital stages around the world.The Handel Project is a new multi-season initiative.
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra; Julian Wachner, conductor his own unique path in music.
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Conductor Semyon Bychkov has had a long relationship with Tchaikovsky’s music and “Beloved Friend” is the title chosen for his series which travels to New York this January for a series of concerts and related events with the NY Philharmonic spanning three weeks.2017 is the 175th birthday of NY Phil, as well as being the 70th of John Adams and the 50th of outgoing Music Director Alan Gilbert, who takes on the lion's share of the conducting duties.
There are some other major highlights to mention: the violinist Leonidas Kavakos and pianist Yuja Wang form a dynamic duo on February 8 at Lincoln Center, the Guitar Marathon at 92Y is not to be missed - it goes all afternoon and evening on February 25, and two free string quartet concerts at Lincoln Center's Atrium: New Orford on February 9 and Catalyst on February 23.
On the shortest month of the year, we'll pack in as much live music as possible. Gail Wein December 28, 2016 In the dark and chilly days of January, there are some festivals to liven us up.
2017 highlights will include world premières by Marsalis, Gruber and Auerbach.