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This event is free, no tickets necessary. Please just RSVP, arrive, and take your seats! Seats are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Your RSVP does NOT guarantee admission.
- Works by Sibelius, Gruber, and Haydn
- Conducted by James Bagwell, associate conductor of The Orchestra Now
- With Nathaniel Sullivan, baritone
a winner of the Bard College Conservatory 2016 Concerto Competition
Sibelius: Valse Triste
“This reminds me of the ballroom scene from The Shining. It’s sentimental and dark with a sense of nostalgia which you can hear in the music: it sounds both far away and warm.” –Bonnie Heung, viola
Heinz Karl Gruber: Frankenstein!!
“What an exciting, wild, and incredibly entertaining experience! It grabbed me from the first moment.” –Zachary Silberschlag, trumpet
Haydn: Symphony No. 104, London
“I love Haydn. This symphony has playful and beautiful melodies, making it both tongue-in-cheek and sincerely intimate at the same time.” –Sasha Haft, flute