Join us for a one-hour concert of superb music for string quartet and clarinet quintet (including diverse works by Mozart, Brahms, Grieg, and Philip Glass.)
This event is held at a stunning Chelsea penthouse duplex featuring an open champagne bar, a world-class private art collection, and exclusive rooftop access with views of the Empire State Building and downtown. The program is 60 minutes, the champagne bar is open for 2 additional hours after the concert. The musicians—all graduates of New York City conservatory programs—join the attendees after the performance.
Tzu-En Lee - violin
Gabe Smith - violin
Harry Mackenzie Inglis - viola
Elad Kabilio - cello
Eric Umble - clarinet
Program (selections from):
Brahms - Clarinet Quintet
Mozart - Divertimento in B Flat
Grieg - String Quartet no. 1 in G Minor
Mozart - Clarinet Quintet
Glass - String Quartet no. 2 ‘Company’
*seating at this event is limited; views of the concert are possible from the entrance floor and the mezzanine.
Glencorse Music presents a tour de force of smouldering Nuevo Tango music as we journey, beachside at sunset, to Spain and Argentina for the second installment of the Summer Series 2016. Classical guitarist Rupert Boyd teams up with Laura Metcalf for Manuel de Falla's 'Spanish Songs,' and violinists Sarah Whitney and Juliana Pereira showcase the fiery virtuosity of Astor Piazzolla's 'Four Seasons' and the languid melancholy of his ever-popular 'Oblivion.' This concert will be held in Fire Island Pines, and streamed live through @Periscope
Tickets available on: www.fipap.org
Glencorse Music presents the first concert of the Summer Series 2016 with pianist Giancarlo Facchi and mezzo-soprano Stella Crispo. They will be joined by violinists Sarah Franklin and Tzu-En Lee, violist Harry Mackenzie Inglis, cellist Jay Tilton, and double-bassist Allison Job. The program runs for 65 minutes and includes works by Puccini, Debussy, Ursula Mamlok, Schubert, and Mozart.
Tickets availablie on: musicsummer2016.eventbrite.com
In association with the American Friends of the Louvre, and sponsored by Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne and Hine Cognac, this concert features Ravel's string quartet in F major, Quartet for the End of Time (Suzanne Farrin, onde Martenot; Vanessa Perez, piano), and Debussy's 12 songs. The event is available through live Periscope stream--see twitter @glencorsemusic for details and link.