Juilliard String Quartet In Europe, January 2019

After wrapping up an exciting and acclaimed fall highlighted by Areta Zhulla’s debut as first violinist – alongside violinist Ronald Copes, violist Roger Tapping, and cellist Astrid Schween – the Juilliard String Quartet returns to the UK and Europe this month, with two Wigmore Hall concerts and dates in the Netherlands, Spain, Greece, and Norway.

Tafelmusik presents the US premiere of Safe Haven

TAFELMUSIK will bring SAFE HAVEN to the United States, March 4-15, 2020. SAFE HAVEN explores the influence of refugee populations on the culture of their adopted countries, and taps into Mackay’s uncanny ability to examine the parallels between 18th-century Europe and the issues currently facing our world.

Dashon Burton, bass-baritone. Photo by Tatiana Daubek.
Dashon Burton, bass-baritone. Photo by Tatiana Daubek.

New American Works: Dashon Burton

Paul Moravec: Sanctuary Road World Premiere: May 7, 2018 at Carnegie Hall with the Oratorio Society of New York “Sanctuary Road” is an episodic journey through history, narrated by William Still, a conductor on the Underground Railroad.…

New American Works: Anthony Marwood

Known for his searing performances of contemporary works, including Thomas Àdes’s Concentric Circles (written for and premiered by Marwood),  violinist Anthony Marwood is also a noted advocate of a number of American composers and new works, including: Steven Mackey:…

New American Works: Paul Jacobs

John Harbison: What Do We Make of Bach? for Orchestra and Obbligato Organ World Premiere: Friday, October 12, 2018 with the Minnesota Orchestra, Osmo Vänska, conductor Wayne Oquin: Resilience World Premiere: October 6, 2017 with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor…

Yolanda Kondonassis, Harpist
Yolanda Kondonassis with Jennifer Higdon. Photo by Amanda Sachs.

New American Works: Yolanda Kondonassis

Jennifer Higdon: Concerto for Harp and Orchestra Premiered on May 10, 2018 with the Rochester Philharmonic led by Ward Stare, Commissioned by The premiere series of performances will continue with Yolanda Kondonassis as soloist throughout 2018…

Daniel Meyer, conductor. Photo by Kristi Hedberg.

Daniel Meyer with the Pittsburgh Symphony

As much of the world feels the inexorable pull of the Force, Maestro Daniel Meyer leads the Pittsburgh Symphony in a special live performance of John Williams’s iconic scores for the Star Wars films.

Tafelmusik - photo by Sian Richards.

Tafelmusik’s Safe Haven

US Touring Period: March 4 – 15, 2020 In March 2020, Tafelmusik will bring their latest multimedia project on tour to the U.S.: In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, refugee communities such as French Huguenots…

The Heath Quartet - photo by Simon Way
The Heath Quartet - photo by Simon Way. L to R: Chris Murray, cello; Oliver Heath, violin; Sara Wolstenholme, violin; Gary Pomeroy, violia.

Heath Quartet returns to Lincoln Center March 22, 2018

On Thursday March 22, the HEATH QUARTET returns to Great Performers at Lincoln Center for a program of Haydn and Tchaikovsky and appears with the Treetops Chamber Music Society in Stamford, Connecticut on March 25. Next season they will make return…

Jacques Lacombe, conductor
Jacques Lacombe, conductor. Photo by Philippe Champoux.

Vive Ravel, Daphnis et Chloé – and Jacques Lacombe!

“…Lacombe treated Symphony Hall to the most engrossing and dynamic rendition of Ravel’s ‘Daphnis et Chloé’ that I’ve ever seen performed… “Lacombe’s direction gave unique form to each figure, with the conductor stepping lightly and…