On February 25 the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will present a program that includes “Bagatelles for Wind Quintet” by Hungarian composer György Ligeti, as well as wind ensemble pieces from the 18th through the 20th centuries.

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NYC ARTS COMES YOU TO EACH WEEK FROM OUR STUDIOS AT LINCOLN CENTER.

HERE'S WHAT'S COMING UP ON THE NEIGHBORHOOD CALENDAR.

PROGRAM WILL BE PERFORMED BY PIANIST MICHAEL BROWN ALONG WITH SUCH INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED WIND PLAYERS AS O'CONNOR, STEPHEN TAYLOR, SEBASTIAN, PETER, AND THEY THE ALSO OFFER A MASTER CLASS ON FEBRUARY 26th.

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NEXT WEEK ON NYC ARTS, THE CONVERSATION WITH THE DISTINGUISHED ARCHITECT, MASTER PLANNER AND EDUCATOR.

EVERY ARCHITECT HAVE A DUEL OBLIGATION.

ONE IS TO FULFILL THE PURPOSE OF THAT BUILDING.

THE OTHER ONE IS TO SEE TO IT THAT THAT CONTRIBUTES TO THE GREATER WHOLE SO IF YOU'RE BUILDING ALONG THE STREET, THE STREET IS MORE WONDERFUL.

IF YOU'RE DOING A GRUCH BUILDINGS, THAT THE RESIDUAL SPACES, THE PUBLIC REALM ARE EFFECTIVE AND WORKABLE.

AND WE TAG ALONG WITH LEWIS MILLER AS HE SHARES I HAD FLOWER ART WITH THE PUBLIC.

THEY ARE FOR THE PEOPLE.

I WANT PEOPLE TO TAKE THEM AND INTERACT WITH THEM.

OBVIOUSLY, TAKE A PICTURE BUT TAKE A BLOSSOM.

TAKE SOME HOME.

THE MORE WE CAN HAVE THE SOFT MOMENTS OF BEAUTY AND JOY FOR NO OTHER REASON EVEN IF IT'S FOR AN HOUR OR TEN MINUTES, THE JOB IS DONE.

THANK YOU FOR JOINING US WITH THE WNET STUDIOS AT LINCOLN CENTER.

GOOD NIGHT AND SEE YOU NEXT TIME.

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