Opening night is Friday for the Amore Opera‘s production of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.”
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F. took these at our December 15 concert.
Here are the program notes for the Maplewood Community Band concert this Saturday (OMG that’s tomorrow!) December 15, 2012. Hope you find them useful.
The Broadway Bach Ensemble’s May concert is this Sunday, 2 p.m., at the Broadway Presbyterian Church in New York. It’s on the corner of 114th and Broadway, just across from Columbia University.
We’re doing music of Dvorak, Mouret and Canteloube — some of the unbelievably lush “Songs of the Auvergne,” featuring the wonderful soprano Silvie Jensen.
This Sunday at 6:30 we’ll be doing an outdoor concert in Maplewood, NJ’s Memorial Park Amphitheater.
The music starts off with the Maplewood Community Band, yours truly Musical Director, followed by “Bones Unlimited,” a trombone quartet, and finally dancing on the lawn to Swing Town. And it’s free: bring a blank or chairs, a picnic lunch…
Oh, that’s today! The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra plays a concert of space-themed music, including five of Holst’s “The Planets.” St. Anne’s Church, Montague Street, Brooklyn Heights. 3pm. A donation is requested, but not mandatory. Check us out if you’re in the neighborhood.
Today, 3:00. St. Anns’ Church on Montague St. at Clinton St., Brooklyn NY. We’re doing Smetana, Weber and Dukas
It’s always amazing-slash-disappointing to us to see the poor turnout at SOPAC. Tonight they had pianist Jeremy Denk doing Schumann and Bach to a half-empty house. Denk may not be a household name, but he sure is good enough.
Y’all come out and here us today, 3:00 at St. Ann’s Church on Montague Street in fabulous Brooklyn Heights, NY. We’re doing the Rienzi Overture of Wagner, the Mozart Oboe Concerto, and the Second Suite for Orchestra by Tchaikovsky. The brass section is rocking the house on Wagner, so don’t be late.
It would be hard to top last year’s event, so I’m not even going to try and make a comparison. Still it was a fabulous evening, three hours or more of top names, and worth every penny.
Two big concerts are coming up this weekend, one in northern NJ and one in Manhattan.
Sunday at 3 p.m., an all-classical program of Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. Silas Huff conducts, Andrew Janss is the soloist in a Haydn ‘cello concerto.