The Broadway Presbyterian Church
Photos, and a short video!
The Broadway Bach Ensemble presents a summer concert of chamber music, featuring members of the orchestra.
Samuel Barber completed his Violin Concerto, Op. 14, in 1939. It is a work in three movements, lasting about 22 minutes.
One of the last pieces written by Béla Bartók.
With sword-fight scenes from “Combattimente!”
Michael F. Tietz leads the orchestra in Mozart's Symphony No. 39, and more.
Music director Mike Tietz leads the orchestra in Dvorak's beautiful Eighth Symphony, and more.
Guest conductor Christopher Hisey returns with soprano Stephanie Gregory, in a program of Richard Strauss and Shostakovich.
In 1936, after a performance of “Lady MacBeth of the Mtsensk District,” an article in “Pravda,” the Russian newspaper of the time, publically denounced Shostakovich. The article, often attributed to Joseph Stalin, entitled “Muddle or Music,” claimed that Shostakovich...
Guest conductor Brandon Keith Brown and flute soloist Brandon Patrick George join the Ensemble in music of Ibert, Wagner and Mozart.