2018-19 CARNEGIE HALL SERIES

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92Y CONCERTS MAY BE ADDED ONCE CARNEGIE HALL SERIES IS PURCHASED

Renewing subscribers may keep their Carnegie Hall seats from last year or request changes. All seating changes and new subscription seats will be assigned after the renewal deadline on April 6, 2018. Exact seat locations for Carnegie Hall and 92Y concerts will be assigned once all renewal orders have been processed. Questions? Call 212.896.1704 or email marketing@OrpheusNYC.org

 

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2018-19 Season at Carnegie Hall


Gentle Giants I Nobuyuki Tsujii, piano
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 | 8PM

 

The beloved Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii opens the season with a warm and intimate version of Chopin’s Second Piano Concerto featuring the Orpheus strings. This program of Gentle Giants also explores the spiritual ecstasy of Arvo Pärt and the sensitive artistry of Tchaikovsky, using expanded arrangements that amplify the ardent emotions.

 

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Stars Aligned I Avi Avital, mandolin |

Ksenija Sidorova, accordion
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2018 | 7PM

 

In a night of Stars Aligned, Orpheus welcomes two innovative artists who are reinventing their time-honored instruments: Latvia’s Ksenija Sidorova on the accordion and Israel’s Avi Avital on the mandolin. From a novel rendition of Bach to a world premiere by Golden Globe®, GRAMMY® and Emmy® nominated composer Benjamin Wallfisch (Andy Muschietti’s It, Blade Runner 2049, Hidden Figures), these trailblazing soloists showcase their enormous sonic spectrum. Evocative concert music from Waxman, Rota, and Rózsa attests to the skills that made these European immigrants early titans of Hollywood film scoring.

 

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Homeward Sound I Javier Perianes, piano
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 2019 | 7PM

 

Orpheus cozies up with the Homeward Sound of Mozart and Dvořák, featuring works that reflect their rich lives in Salzburg, Vienna and Prague. Since the ensemble’s earliest days, the piano concertos of Mozart have been a prime meeting ground for unforgettable collaborations; now Spanish pianist Javier Perianes follows such luminaries as Alfred Brendel, Radu Lupu, Richard Goode, and Emanuel Ax. Contributing to the orchestra’s ongoing American Notes series, New York fixture James Matheson presents a new work commissioned by Orpheus.

 

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Twilight at Tarisio

 

Alan Kay By Matt Dine

The Mighty Reed

WED, MAY 16, 2017

 

Program

Alan Kay, clarinet; Eric Bartlett, cello; Adam Golka, piano

BEETHOVEN: Trio for Clarinet, Cello & Piano in B-flat Major, No. 4, Op. 11, “Gassenhauer”

FRÜHLING: Trio for Clarinet, Cello & Piano in A Minor, Op. 40

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2018-19 Season at 92Y

Sunday, December 9, 2018 | 3PM
Kaufmann Concert Hall at 92Y

Bleeding Hearts | Steven Isserlis, cello

The British cellist Steven Isserlis, whose playing “is as passionate as it poetical” (The Sunday Times), explores the plangent emotions and sonic immediacy of C.P.E. Bach, the most expressive scion of his father/teacher. As for composers with Bleeding Hearts, no combination exudes more pathos than Schubert and Mahler, as demonstrated in the transcription of the “Death and the Maiden” Quartet for string orchestra.

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Wednesday, May 8, 2019 | 7:30PM
Kaufmann Concert Hall at 92Y

Merry Pranks | Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord

The Orpheus 92Y series ends with Merry Pranks, including Richard Strauss’ rendering of a fabled trickster, played in a lively arrangement for chamber ensemble. The Iranian harpsichord virtuoso Mahan Esfahani juggles tradition and disruption in neoclassical marvels by Falla and Martinů, and Mozart’s brilliant Quintet for Piano and Winds (K. 452) wears the garb of a chamber symphony in a reworking by Jean Françaix. It’s a season full of fresh sounds and surprising looks for Orpheus, but still the oldest principle in this self-guided ensemble remains constant: to approach each and every interpretation with fresh ears and clear sightlines, so that anything can happen in the moment.

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