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2017-18 Season at Carnegie Hall
From Piano to Pen I André Watts, piano
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2017 | 8:00PM
Before they were famous composers, Mozart and Beethoven triumphed with their keyboard improvisations—now their present-day counterpart, jazz pianist Vijay Iyer, applies his dazzling creativity to music for Orpheus. Pianist André Watts returns for a fresh look at Mozart’s most precocious concerto. Beethoven’s vibrant First Symphony caps this celebration of young risk-takers.Learn More »
Behind the Mask I Truls Mørk, cello
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2017 | 7:00PM
Join Orpheus for the high spirits of Handel’s Water Music and the hijinks of Pulcinella, Stravinsky’s effervescent dance of masked comedians. Cellist Truls Mørk makes his long-awaited Orpheus debut in Shostakovich’s First Cello Concerto, a creation of deep sincerity wrapped in double-edged humor and irony.Learn More »
Fire and Light I Tine Thing Helseth, trumpet
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2018 | 7:00PM
Orpheus ventures from the crackling wit of Rossini and Haydn to the fiery drama of Mozart’s 40th Symphony. Adaptations of Bach and Albinoni showcase the brilliant and beautiful tones produced by Tine Thing Helseth, the young Norwegian trumpet star making her concerto debut at Carnegie Hall.
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The Courage to Create I Lisa Batiashvili, violin
SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2018 | 7:00PM
Schubert faced constant rejection. Prokofiev endured political and artistic exile. Still, each persisted in creating music of uncompromising beauty and honesty. In this season finale, Orpheus celebrates its first performance of Schubert’s “Unfinished” Symphony and its first collaboration with the Georgian violinist Lisa Batiashvili.