Daily Archives: March 12, 2013

  • TransAtlantic Ensemble

    The TransAtlantic Ensemble performs songs from their innovative repertoire.

  • Season of Cambodia. Her Royal Highness in Conversation with Peter Sellars

    A pioneer in the preserving Cambodian classical court dance, the princess talks about the art form’s demanding training and its warn-torn history with theater and opera director Peter Sellars.

  • Tablao Flamenco 2013 Season Opener

    Tablao Flamenco is American Bolero Dance Company’s ongoing Queens, NY-based performance series that showcases various styles of Spanish dance and music, but with emphasis in Andalusian Flamenco. Presented in a cabaret-type format and atmosphere by world-class artists from New York City and beyond.

  • Orchestra of St. Luke’s

    This season, Orchestra of St. Luke’s returns for a must-hear evening that features Bach’s “St. Matthew Passion.”

  • Neighborhood Concert: Claudia Acuña

    Chilean singer-songwriter Claudia Acuña sings mainly in Spanish, but her soulful, crooning alto transcends all language barriers with its powerful sense of freedom and heartfelt emotion.

  • Jenny Scheinman Trio Featuring Bill Frisell and Brian Blade

    Violinist Jenny Scheinman, along with all-star bandmates guitarist Bill Frisell and drummer Brian Blade, presents the concert-hall world debut of their versatile and melodic trio.

  • Season of Cambodia. Guitarist Kong Nay

    Master of the chapei dong vong (long neck guitar), Kong Nay caught the ear of Peter Gabriel, who presented him at Womad.

  • Jeremy Denk

    Jeremy Denk is an extraordinary musician whose intelligent programs leave audiences both amazed by his virtuosity and stimulated by his musical depth. On this program, he plays works by Liszt, Bach, Beethoven and Bartók.

  • San Francisco Symphony

    See what has people buzzing when Yuja Wang performs Beethoven’s Concerto No. 4 with Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony. Plus, the symphony performs Mahler’s Ninth Symphony in its final Carnegie Hall appearance of the season.

  • Ensemble ACJW

    This energetic collective of fellows from The Academy has earned accolades for its fresh approach to wide-ranging repertoire. It’s joined here by Robert Spano, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s music director, in a performance of Messiaen’s “Des canyons aux étoiles.”