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6 Classical Music Concerts This Week: New York
7 Classical Music Concerts This Week: New York City
Whether you’re visiting the big apple and searching for classical music while you’re in town or you reside in the beautiful city that never sleeps and are always itching for your classical music fix, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve listed some of the must-attend classical music concerts this week in gorgeous New York City. We’ve made it easier than ever to scout out the best classical music concerts—now you’ll just have to battle with picking among them.
New York Philharmonic To Perform With City Children in Two Free Collaborative Concerts
In the city that never sleeps, there’s endless opportunity for classical music experiences any given day of the week. With that opportunity comes classical enrichment, and the ability to choose from the very best concerts in the United States. But with such unique, interesting concerts dotting the NYC classical music schedule, it can be nearly impossible to know how to choose amongst the options.
[CONCERT REVIEW] Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Led by Nicholas McGegan, Breathes Life to Old Music
Children in New York City have a special opportunity to work with the esteemed musicians of the New York Philharmonic for the fifth consecutive year this May, with many exciting new collaborations added to the roster for 2019.
In An Age of Division, Violinist Kristin Lee Showcases American Pride In Classical Music
When you find yourself among great artists, it’s as if you’re on a beach with the sun in your face and margarita in-hand.
Michael Tilson Thomas And The New World Symphony Announce 2018-19 Year
The only thing violinist Kristin Lee wants people to remember about her is her honesty in expressing her love for music. Her goal every time she steps on the stage or curates a program is that it comes off genuinely and that she can be as transparent as possible.
Virtuosic Performances Set At Saint Thomas
Led by Co-Founder and Artistic Director Michael Tilson Thomas, the New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy (NWS), is taking its curriculum beyond Miami to include community engagement in New York City and performances at Carnegie Hall. These activities are part of an experiential curriculum that each year immerses NWS’s resident Fellows in hands-on training, live performance, and audience interaction.
The 2018-19 season of concerts at Saint Thomas Church on Fifth Avenue in New York City will begin with a long-anticipated, major dedicatory event centered on the inauguration of the church’s new Miller-Scott Organ. After over ten years of planning, this magnificent organ will be debuted by Saint Thomas’s current organist and director of music, Daniel Hyde, in a special solo recital at 7 p.m. on Friday, October 5.