Spring Concert 2017

Spring Concert 2017

For our Spring, 2017, concert, guest artists Teresa Cheung and Sophie Shao team up with the orchestra in music of Brahms and Elgar.

Important Note: Uptown local #1 trains won’t be stopping between 96th and 168th this weekend. You’ll need to go uptown to 168th, then take the downtown #1 to 116th Street.

Second Annual Chamber Music Concert

Second Annual Chamber Music Concert

This year we’re again presenting a program of chamber music performed by members of The Broadway Bach Ensemble and their colleagues.

Mark your calendars for 7:30PM, Monday, April 4, 2016, at the Broadway Presbyterian Church.

This year’s lineup (subject to change) is:

Nebojsa Jovan Zivkovic Trio Per Uno
ZYMA Percussion
ChiChing Grace Lin
Christine Chen,
Greg Riss

Elliott Carter Woodwind Quintet
Renée Oakford, Flute
Eliot Friedman, Oboe
Kukiko Mitani, Bassoon
Liz Dejean, French Horn
Steve Loffredo, Clarinet

Ludwig van Beethoven String Quartet Op. 59 #1
James Eng, Julie Ringelheim, Violins
Raquel Laneri, Viola
Jihyun Kim, Cello

Arthur Foote Quintet for Flute and String Quartet
David Rosen, Flute
Yuxin Yu, Ken Johnson, Violins
Heather Faust, Viola
Mike Tietz, Cello

Gordon Jacob Suite for 8 Violas
Heather Faust, Sarah Stefanski, Ken Johnson, Nancy Dunetz,
Jack Levy, Paula Washington, John Austin, Jeff Hertzberg

Elgar Howarth Fanfares for Brass Ensemble
Giovanni Gabrielli Canzon Septimi Toni No. 2
and Canzon Primi Toni
Bruce Kung, Jen Luzzo, Brian Metcalf, Dan Sugarman, Trumpet
Stan Corfman, Leah Van Doornik, French Horn
Phil Mayer, Carl Reinlib, Trombone

Winter Concert 2017

Winter Concert 2017

Our 2016-17 season continues featuring a performance of Schumann’s virtuosic Konzertstück for 4 Horns, plus music of Purcell and Dvořák’s Fifth Symphony.

Spring Concert 2016

Spring Concert 2016

‘Cellist Maxine Neuman returns with music director Mike Tietz in the Dvorak ‘Cello Concerto, and works by Haydn, Weber, and Marquez.

Winter Concert 2016

Winter Concert 2016

Music Director Mike Tietz leads the orchestra with violin prodigy Yaegy Park in music of Bach, Beethoven, Milhaud and Poulenc.

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