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  Carnegie Hall
Address: 881 Seventh Avenue
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Oct-20-17 07:30 PM Borromeo String Quartet Due to an injury, violist Mai Motobuchi must regretfully withdraw from this performance. Dov Scheindlin will perform in her place.

The Borromeo String Quartet “performed at a high standard that brought you so deeply into the music’s inner workings that you wondered if your brain could take it all in” (The Philadelphia Inquirer). The foursome returns to Carnegie Hall for a program of impassioned quartets from the Romantic period by Mendelssohn and Schumann; the New York premiere of arranged selections from Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I; and a new work by Sebastian Currier co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall.

Part of Salon Encores.
Oct-20-17 08:00 PM Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia The rarely performed Sinfonia that Verdi wrote for the La Scala premiere of Aida is a full-fledged overture that reflects themes from the opera, while Respighi’s Fountains of Rome and Pines of Rome are spectacularly orchestrated tone poems that evoke the beauty of the Eternal City. To add to the festivities, Martha Argerich returns to Carnegie Hall after a nine-year absence to play Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3—one of her specialties.
Oct-21-17 02:00 PM John Kovach, Guitar John Kovach is a New York based guitarist and composer. He has performed extensively in multiple genres of guitar playing, and began his professional musical career principally as a vocalist and guitarist as well as a studio guitarist for recording sessions. Mr. Kovach began playing classical guitar in the 1970's and for the last 20 years it has been his primary musical focus. This concert is his Carnegie Hall debut.
Oct-21-17 07:30 PM Music of Wee Dee Kang
Oct-21-17 08:00 PM Nikita Galaktionov, Piano
Oct-21-17 08:00 PM Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia Tragedy and rapture are the essence of Mahler’s Sixth Symphony. The storm-tossed finale’s three titanic hammer blows presaged personal tragedies in Mahler’s life, including his own mortal illness. Superstitious, he removed the third blow. But the symphony overflows with life-affirming joys as well, from peaceful memories of mountain pastures—listen for the cowbells—to the ecstatic portrait of his wife, Alma, that fills the first movement.
Oct-22-17 02:00 PM Festival Chamber Music Concert Series
Oct-22-17 02:00 PM Adam Gyorgy, Piano As a pianist, Adam Gyorgy seeks to preserve the tradition of historic classical artists, while using his distinct style of improvisation to compose original music. In 2012, Mr. Gyorgy opened the UEFA European Football Championship in Warsaw with an interpretation of Chopin’s “Winter Wind,” broadcast live around the world. He is a Steinway Artist and has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts in Canada, the Palace of Arts in Hungary, and the Esplanade Concert Hall in Singapore.
Oct-22-17 07:30 PM MTS Children's Opera Ensemble
Oct-22-17 08:30 PM 30th Anniversary Grand Praise Celebration of Milal