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Address: 881 Seventh Avenue
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Feb-14-16 07:00 PM Cleveland Orchestra New York
Feb-14-16 07:00 PM The Cleveland Orchestra - Mitsuko Uchida
Feb-15-16 07:00 PM MOZART, MEALOR, MARTIN: Music of Joy and Sorrow Featuring: Paul Mealor, DCINY Composer-in-Residence James Jordan, DCINY Guest Conductor Mealor: Stabat Mater Mealor: Jubilate Deo (World Premiere) Joseph Martin, DCINY Guest Conductor The Music of Joseph Martin Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem, ed. Süßmayr Vance George, DCINY Guest Conductor Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International This President’s Day, DCINY presents music by Welsh composer Paul Mealor FRSA, Joseph Martin and Mozart. DCINY Guest Conductor Dr. James Jordan will lead the Distinguished Concerts Singers and Orchestra in the world premiere of Mealor’s Jubilate Deo, as well as his Stabat Mater. Then Joseph Martin will conduct works from his own expansive repertoire, and maestro Vance George will close the concert with a performance of Mozart’s beloved Requiem. For Tickets: Visit Carnegiehall.org Call CarnegieCharge 212-247-7800 Box Office: 57th Street and Seventh Avenue For Group Sales, VIP Tickets, Discounts and More E-mail Boxoffice@DCINY.org
Feb-15-16 07:00 PM "Music of Joy and Sorrow": Composers Paul Mealor & Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Distinguished Concerts International Presents Music of Joy and Sorrow

Contemporary Welsh composer Paul Mealor caught the world's attention in 2011 when his motet Ubi Caritas et Amor was played at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Now you can experience his ethereally beautiful choral music in New York's historic Carnegie Hall, as Distinguished Concerts International performs the world premiere of Mealor's Jubilate Deo as well as his haunting Stabat Mater in the concert event Music of Joy and Sorrow. From there, this powerful performance soars toward the "joyful" part of the proceedings as Maestro Vance Y. George conducts Mozart's famous Requiem Mass in D Minor. Along the way, composer Joseph M. Martin conducts works from his own expansive repertoire, rounding out this action-packed musical journey through the full spectrum of human emotion.
Feb-15-16 07:00 PM Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International This Presidents Day, DCINY presents music by Welsh composer Paul Mealor FRSA, Joseph Martin, and Mozart. DCINY Guest Conductor Dr. James Jordan leads the Distinguished Concerts Singers and Orchestra in the world premiere of Mealor’s Jubilate Deo, as well as his Stabat Mater. Joseph Martin conducts works from his own expansive repertoire, and maestro Vance George closes the concert with a performance of Mozart’s Requiem.
Feb-16-16 07:30 PM Denes Varjon
Feb-17-16 08:00 PM Dmitri Hvorostovsky
Feb-18-16 11:00 AM Open Working Rehearsal: Budapest Festival Orchestra
Feb-18-16 08:00 PM The Budapest Festival Orchestra’s 20th Anniversary at Carnegie Hall The Budapest Festival Orchestra is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in New York at Carnegie Hall (881 Seventh Avenue, NY 10019) on Thursday, February 18th. The Budapest Festival Orchestra is one of the international music scene’s major success stories, being rated among the top ten orchestras in the world. Its key figure is Music Director and Conductor Iván Fischer. Romanticism will dominate the first part of the concert with Weber’s overture to his supernatural opera Der Freischütz. Virtuoso pianist Marc-André Hamelin will play Liszt’s technically daunting Piano Concerto No. 1 and Prokofiev’s brilliantly scored, melodic and emotionally compelling Symphony No. 5 —one of the greatest 20th-century symphonies. - will conclude the program. The performance will start at 8pm and followed by cocktails & dinner. For additional information or to purchase tickets, please contact: Rachel Ciborowski at 646-854-3331 or rciborowski@friendsofthebudapestfestivalorchestra.org
Feb-18-16 08:00 PM Budapest Festival Orchestra, Iván Fischer & Marc-André Hamelin: Carnegie Hall Iván Fischer brings a generous program to Carnegie Hall, showcasing the expertise and flexibility of the Budapest Festival Orchestra. Soloist Marc-André Hamelin joins the stage for Liszt's thrilling First Piano Concerto.

The concert opens with Weber’s overture to his supernatural opera Der Freischütz. Prokofiev’s emotionally compelling Symphony No. 5 concludes the program.