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  • Fairy Tales: Israeli Chamber Project

    Fairy Tales: Israeli Chamber Project

    Thu, Sep 10 2015, 19:30

    Merkin Concert Hall
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    All-time favorites of the chamber music literature alongside a few unknown gems.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Fairy Tales: Israeli Chamber Project Merkin Concert Hall's unparalleled acoustics, intimate scale and innovative programming have earned its reputation as one of New York City's finest concert venues. Twice a winner of the ASCAP/Chamber Music America prize for Adventurous Programming, Merkin has also been honored with numerous awards for the quality of its offerings.

    Recent renovations have made important changes to the hall design, which provides the best possible acoustic support to Merkin Concert Hall's presentations. Known for its superb acoustics, Merkin also has state-of-the-art audio visual capabilities, including updated infrared listening systems for the hearing impaired and a professional recording studio.

    The concert hall is completely wheelchair accessible from concert entrance to concert seat, as are the restrooms. Patrons requiring wheelchair locations or aisle seats should mention this to the Classictic Customer Service when ordering tickets.
    Merkin Concert Hall 129 West 67th Street New York 10023 USA
  • The String Orchestra of Brooklyn: Masterworks Series

    The String Orchestra of Brooklyn: Masterworks Series

    Sat, Sep 12 2015, 20:00

    Bargemusic
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Enjoy works by Bach, Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Shostakovich under the baton of Eli Spindel.

    INFO & TICKETS

    The String Orchestra of Brooklyn: Masterworks Series Since 1977, Bargemusic has presented chamber music in an unlikely and startlingly beautiful venue - a floating barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Both established and emerging musicians perform at Bargemusic on a small stage with the dramatic backdrop of the East River and lower Manhattan skyline.

    Bargemusic Mission
    From its inception, Bargemusic has been committed to attracting local audiences and enhancing the cultural life of New York by offering frequent, year-round performances of chamber music in a fittingly intimate setting - the type of setting in which chamber music is meant to be heard. To make that unique musical experience available to as many people as possible, Bargemusic presents 220 chamber music concerts annually - four days a week, 52 weeks a year!

    The Bargemusic Story
    Founder Olga Bloom was 57 years old in 1976 when she gave up her career as a violinist and violist to create Bargemusic. For her 'floating concert hall', she chose a 100-foot steel barge that had been built in 1899 and had served much of the last century as a working vessel in the New York harbor, delivering hand-loaded sacks of coffee for the Erie Lackawanna railroad. Back then the barge was a somber railroad green; now it is painted white, and the last vestige of its prior life hauling coffee is the 'EL 375' embossed in the diamond plate steel deck facing the East River.
    Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing New York Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA
  • The String Orchestra of Brooklyn: Masterworks Series

    The String Orchestra of Brooklyn: Masterworks Series

    Sun, Sep 13 2015, 16:00

    Bargemusic
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Enjoy works by Bach, Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Shostakovich under the baton of Eli Spindel.

    INFO & TICKETS

    The String Orchestra of Brooklyn: Masterworks Series Since 1977, Bargemusic has presented chamber music in an unlikely and startlingly beautiful venue - a floating barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Both established and emerging musicians perform at Bargemusic on a small stage with the dramatic backdrop of the East River and lower Manhattan skyline.

    Bargemusic Mission
    From its inception, Bargemusic has been committed to attracting local audiences and enhancing the cultural life of New York by offering frequent, year-round performances of chamber music in a fittingly intimate setting - the type of setting in which chamber music is meant to be heard. To make that unique musical experience available to as many people as possible, Bargemusic presents 220 chamber music concerts annually - four days a week, 52 weeks a year!

    The Bargemusic Story
    Founder Olga Bloom was 57 years old in 1976 when she gave up her career as a violinist and violist to create Bargemusic. For her 'floating concert hall', she chose a 100-foot steel barge that had been built in 1899 and had served much of the last century as a working vessel in the New York harbor, delivering hand-loaded sacks of coffee for the Erie Lackawanna railroad. Back then the barge was a somber railroad green; now it is painted white, and the last vestige of its prior life hauling coffee is the 'EL 375' embossed in the diamond plate steel deck facing the East River.
    Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing New York Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA
  • 150th Anniversary Celebration of Sibelius: Masterworks Series

    150th Anniversary Celebration of Sibelius: Masterworks Series

    Fri, Sep 18 2015, 20:00

    Bargemusic
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Enjoy piano trios by Sibelius, Mozart, and Schubert in celebration of Sibelius' 150th anniversary.

    INFO & TICKETS

    150th Anniversary Celebration of Sibelius: Masterworks Series Since 1977, Bargemusic has presented chamber music in an unlikely and startlingly beautiful venue - a floating barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Both established and emerging musicians perform at Bargemusic on a small stage with the dramatic backdrop of the East River and lower Manhattan skyline.

    Bargemusic Mission
    From its inception, Bargemusic has been committed to attracting local audiences and enhancing the cultural life of New York by offering frequent, year-round performances of chamber music in a fittingly intimate setting - the type of setting in which chamber music is meant to be heard. To make that unique musical experience available to as many people as possible, Bargemusic presents 220 chamber music concerts annually - four days a week, 52 weeks a year!

    The Bargemusic Story
    Founder Olga Bloom was 57 years old in 1976 when she gave up her career as a violinist and violist to create Bargemusic. For her 'floating concert hall', she chose a 100-foot steel barge that had been built in 1899 and had served much of the last century as a working vessel in the New York harbor, delivering hand-loaded sacks of coffee for the Erie Lackawanna railroad. Back then the barge was a somber railroad green; now it is painted white, and the last vestige of its prior life hauling coffee is the 'EL 375' embossed in the diamond plate steel deck facing the East River.
    Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing New York Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA
  • 150th Anniversary Celebration of Sibelius: Masterworks Series

    150th Anniversary Celebration of Sibelius: Masterworks Series

    Sat, Sep 19 2015, 20:00

    Bargemusic
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Enjoy piano trios by Sibelius, Mozart, and Schubert in celebration of Sibelius' 150th anniversary.

    INFO & TICKETS

    150th Anniversary Celebration of Sibelius: Masterworks Series Since 1977, Bargemusic has presented chamber music in an unlikely and startlingly beautiful venue - a floating barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Both established and emerging musicians perform at Bargemusic on a small stage with the dramatic backdrop of the East River and lower Manhattan skyline.

    Bargemusic Mission
    From its inception, Bargemusic has been committed to attracting local audiences and enhancing the cultural life of New York by offering frequent, year-round performances of chamber music in a fittingly intimate setting - the type of setting in which chamber music is meant to be heard. To make that unique musical experience available to as many people as possible, Bargemusic presents 220 chamber music concerts annually - four days a week, 52 weeks a year!

    The Bargemusic Story
    Founder Olga Bloom was 57 years old in 1976 when she gave up her career as a violinist and violist to create Bargemusic. For her 'floating concert hall', she chose a 100-foot steel barge that had been built in 1899 and had served much of the last century as a working vessel in the New York harbor, delivering hand-loaded sacks of coffee for the Erie Lackawanna railroad. Back then the barge was a somber railroad green; now it is painted white, and the last vestige of its prior life hauling coffee is the 'EL 375' embossed in the diamond plate steel deck facing the East River.
    Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing New York Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA
  • Songs & Sonatas: Masterworks Series

    Songs & Sonatas: Masterworks Series

    Sun, Sep 20 2015, 16:00

    Bargemusic
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Enjoy sonatas and art songs by Handel, Schubert, and Beethoven in this program for violin, soprano, and piano.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Songs & Sonatas: Masterworks Series Since 1977, Bargemusic has presented chamber music in an unlikely and startlingly beautiful venue - a floating barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Both established and emerging musicians perform at Bargemusic on a small stage with the dramatic backdrop of the East River and lower Manhattan skyline.

    Bargemusic Mission
    From its inception, Bargemusic has been committed to attracting local audiences and enhancing the cultural life of New York by offering frequent, year-round performances of chamber music in a fittingly intimate setting - the type of setting in which chamber music is meant to be heard. To make that unique musical experience available to as many people as possible, Bargemusic presents 220 chamber music concerts annually - four days a week, 52 weeks a year!

    The Bargemusic Story
    Founder Olga Bloom was 57 years old in 1976 when she gave up her career as a violinist and violist to create Bargemusic. For her 'floating concert hall', she chose a 100-foot steel barge that had been built in 1899 and had served much of the last century as a working vessel in the New York harbor, delivering hand-loaded sacks of coffee for the Erie Lackawanna railroad. Back then the barge was a somber railroad green; now it is painted white, and the last vestige of its prior life hauling coffee is the 'EL 375' embossed in the diamond plate steel deck facing the East River.
    Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing New York Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA
  • Viva Vivaldi: Tuesday Matinees

    Viva Vivaldi: Tuesday Matinees

    Tue, Sep 22 2015, 14:00

    Merkin Concert Hall
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    This Vivaldi extravaganza celebrates some of the great Baroque composer’s most famous works.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Viva Vivaldi: Tuesday Matinees Merkin Concert Hall's unparalleled acoustics, intimate scale and innovative programming have earned its reputation as one of New York City's finest concert venues. Twice a winner of the ASCAP/Chamber Music America prize for Adventurous Programming, Merkin has also been honored with numerous awards for the quality of its offerings.

    Recent renovations have made important changes to the hall design, which provides the best possible acoustic support to Merkin Concert Hall's presentations. Known for its superb acoustics, Merkin also has state-of-the-art audio visual capabilities, including updated infrared listening systems for the hearing impaired and a professional recording studio.

    The concert hall is completely wheelchair accessible from concert entrance to concert seat, as are the restrooms. Patrons requiring wheelchair locations or aisle seats should mention this to the Classictic Customer Service when ordering tickets.
    Merkin Concert Hall 129 West 67th Street New York 10023 USA
  • The Six Solo Cello Suites by Bach in Two Concerts, Part I

    The Six Solo Cello Suites by Bach in Two Concerts, Part I

    Fri, Sep 25 2015, 20:00

    Bargemusic
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Cellist Inbal Segev presents the six solo cello suites by Bach in two concerts at Bargemusic's Masterworks Series.

    INFO & TICKETS

    The Six Solo Cello Suites by Bach in Two Concerts, Part I Since 1977, Bargemusic has presented chamber music in an unlikely and startlingly beautiful venue - a floating barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Both established and emerging musicians perform at Bargemusic on a small stage with the dramatic backdrop of the East River and lower Manhattan skyline.

    Bargemusic Mission
    From its inception, Bargemusic has been committed to attracting local audiences and enhancing the cultural life of New York by offering frequent, year-round performances of chamber music in a fittingly intimate setting - the type of setting in which chamber music is meant to be heard. To make that unique musical experience available to as many people as possible, Bargemusic presents 220 chamber music concerts annually - four days a week, 52 weeks a year!

    The Bargemusic Story
    Founder Olga Bloom was 57 years old in 1976 when she gave up her career as a violinist and violist to create Bargemusic. For her 'floating concert hall', she chose a 100-foot steel barge that had been built in 1899 and had served much of the last century as a working vessel in the New York harbor, delivering hand-loaded sacks of coffee for the Erie Lackawanna railroad. Back then the barge was a somber railroad green; now it is painted white, and the last vestige of its prior life hauling coffee is the 'EL 375' embossed in the diamond plate steel deck facing the East River.
    Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing New York Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA
  • Jeewon Park, piano: Masterworks Series

    Jeewon Park, piano: Masterworks Series

    Sat, Sep 26 2015, 20:00

    Bargemusic
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Pianist Jeewon Park performs sonatas by Beethoven and Schubert at Bargemusic.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Jeewon Park, piano: Masterworks Series Since 1977, Bargemusic has presented chamber music in an unlikely and startlingly beautiful venue - a floating barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Both established and emerging musicians perform at Bargemusic on a small stage with the dramatic backdrop of the East River and lower Manhattan skyline.

    Bargemusic Mission
    From its inception, Bargemusic has been committed to attracting local audiences and enhancing the cultural life of New York by offering frequent, year-round performances of chamber music in a fittingly intimate setting - the type of setting in which chamber music is meant to be heard. To make that unique musical experience available to as many people as possible, Bargemusic presents 220 chamber music concerts annually - four days a week, 52 weeks a year!

    The Bargemusic Story
    Founder Olga Bloom was 57 years old in 1976 when she gave up her career as a violinist and violist to create Bargemusic. For her 'floating concert hall', she chose a 100-foot steel barge that had been built in 1899 and had served much of the last century as a working vessel in the New York harbor, delivering hand-loaded sacks of coffee for the Erie Lackawanna railroad. Back then the barge was a somber railroad green; now it is painted white, and the last vestige of its prior life hauling coffee is the 'EL 375' embossed in the diamond plate steel deck facing the East River.
    Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing New York Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA
  • Cassatt Quartet: Masterworks Series

    Cassatt Quartet: Masterworks Series

    Sun, Sep 27 2015, 16:00

    Bargemusic
    USA, New York

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    The Cassatt Quartet will be joined by pianist Ursula Opens.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Cassatt Quartet: Masterworks Series Since 1977, Bargemusic has presented chamber music in an unlikely and startlingly beautiful venue - a floating barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Both established and emerging musicians perform at Bargemusic on a small stage with the dramatic backdrop of the East River and lower Manhattan skyline.

    Bargemusic Mission
    From its inception, Bargemusic has been committed to attracting local audiences and enhancing the cultural life of New York by offering frequent, year-round performances of chamber music in a fittingly intimate setting - the type of setting in which chamber music is meant to be heard. To make that unique musical experience available to as many people as possible, Bargemusic presents 220 chamber music concerts annually - four days a week, 52 weeks a year!

    The Bargemusic Story
    Founder Olga Bloom was 57 years old in 1976 when she gave up her career as a violinist and violist to create Bargemusic. For her 'floating concert hall', she chose a 100-foot steel barge that had been built in 1899 and had served much of the last century as a working vessel in the New York harbor, delivering hand-loaded sacks of coffee for the Erie Lackawanna railroad. Back then the barge was a somber railroad green; now it is painted white, and the last vestige of its prior life hauling coffee is the 'EL 375' embossed in the diamond plate steel deck facing the East River.
    Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing New York Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA