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Chamber Orchestra of New York Announces 2018-2019 Season
Concerts at Manhattan’s Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Cary Hall at DiMenna Center for Classical Music and Long Island’s Adelphi University Performing Arts Center
Through June 27, 2019

The Chamber Orchestra of New York, Salvatore Di Vittorio, Music Director and Conductor, has announced dates for their 2018-2019 Masterworks concert series at Manhattan’s Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Cary Hall at DiMenna Center for Classical Music and Long Island’s Adelphi University Performing Arts Center.

The programs for this season are:

Bach’s Brandenburg, Vivaldi, and Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Friday, November 16, 2018 at 7:30pm Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Avenue in Manhattan

The season opens with principal flutist Ginevra Petrucci joining harpsichordist Aymeric Dupre la Tour and concertmaster Kelly Hall-Tompkins for Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. Maestro Di Vittorio’s own Baroque-inspired composition, Sarabanda Antica, serving as a prelude to the orchestra’s June 2019 Naxos recordings, receives its World Premiere. Principal Stephanie Corwin plays Vivaldi’s Bassoon Concerto RV477, followed by principal Slava Znatchenii’s performance of Marcello’s Oboe Concerto. The program then concludes with Mozart’s ever popular Serenade in G - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.

Single tickets are General Admission: $50 (Orchestra); $45 (Balcony),
Senior/Student: $35. Senior/Student Tickets only available at box office. Students must show ID. Tickets available at CarnegieCharge -
212-247-7800 or
https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2018/11/16/chamber-orchestra-of-new-york-0730pm.

Mahler’s Adagietto, Tchaikovsky and Khachaturian’s Adagio from Spartacus Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 7:30pm Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Avenue in Manhattan

The orchestra’s Valentine’s Day concert presents soprano Sarah Shafer in the World Premiere of Shanan Estreicher’s Songs of Emily Dickinson.
Khachaturian’s Adagio from Suite No. 2 from the ballet Spartacus is followed by Mahler’s Adagietto from his Symphony No. 5. The program concludes with Tchaikovsky’s soaring Souvenir de Florence.

Single tickets are General Admission: $50 (Orchestra); $45 (Balcony),
Senior/Student: $35. Senior/Student Tickets only available at box office. Students must show ID. Tickets available at CarnegieCharge -
212-247-7800 or
https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2019/02/14/chamber-orchestra-of-new-york-0730pm.

Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 and Second Flute Concerto Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 7:30pm Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Avenue in Manhattan

Respighi Prize-winning flutist Tommaso Benciolini returns to play Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 2. Music Director Salvatore Di Vittorio then leads the world premiere of Respighi Prize-winning composer Andrea Montepaone’s Il Sogno del Cielo. The program concludes with Mozart’s Symphony No. 40.

Single tickets are General Admission: $50 (Orchestra); $45 (Balcony),
Senior/Student: $35. Senior/Student Tickets only available at box office. Students must show ID. Tickets available at CarnegieCharge -
212-247-7800 or
https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2019/06/06/chamber-orchestra-of-new-york-0730pm.

Vaughan Williams’s Eighth Symphony and Piano Concerto Friday, June 9, 2019 at 7:30pm Adelphi University Performing Arts Center, 1 South Avenue in Garden City, NY

Music Director Salvatore Di Vittorio presents Vaughan Williams’ Eighth Symphony. Pianist Juan Carlos Fernández-Nieto returns to play Vaughan Williams’ rarely performed Piano Concerto on the Italian piano Fazioli at the Concert Hall of Adelphi University Performing Arts Center in Long Island.

For tickets and information, call 516-877-4000 or visit http://aupac.adelphi.edu/.

Respighi’s Ancient Airs and Di Vittorio’s Temples Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 7:30pm Cary Hall at DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 W 37th Street in Manhattan

This concert celebrates the orchestra’s June recordings of two new Naxos Records albums, featuring the music of Ottorino Respighi and Music Director Salvatore Di Vittorio, who is the recipient of the Respighi family commission. The program highlights works from both recordings, featuring special guest Davide Alogna, who returns to play Respighi’s second Concerto for Violin “All’Antica”. Di Vittorio’s Palermo Overture, Venus and Adonis and the New York Premiere of his Symphony No. 3 “Temples of Sicily” will also be presented. This special evening will be videotaped before a live audience surrounding the orchestra and conclude with a post-concert reception with the artists present.

For tickets and information, visit
https://chamberorchestraofnewyork.org/concert-season-respighis-ancient-airs-and-di-vittorios-temples/.

Season subscription information is available at https://chamberorchestraofnewyork.org/concert-season/.

All Chamber Orchestra of New York Carnegie Hall concerts are ADA accessible. For MTA transportation information, visit http://tripplanner.mta.info/MyTrip/ui_web/customplanner/TripPlanner.aspx.

Chamber Orchestra of New York is the city’s premier young professional’s orchestra. Founded to advance the careers of extraordinary artists, the orchestra presents works that bridge the classical and modern traditions. Internationally recognized for its championing of the Italian repertoire, the orchestra aims to cultivate a wider audience for the future of classical music. For more about them, visit http://www.chamberorchestraofnewyork.org/.

Born in Palermo, Italy, composer and conductor Salvatore Di Vittorio has been hailed “a lyrical musical spirit, respectful of the ancient Italian tradition, following in the footsteps of Ottorino Respighi” – Luigi Verdi, Philharmonic Academy of Bologna. He was first noticed when Italian chamber orchestras programmed his works alongside Respighi, and later gained considerable attention with his completion of the first Violin Concerto (in A) and other works of Respighi – a commission from the great nieces and archive curator. With La Villa d’Este a Tivoli in 2016, Di Vittorio reached a significant milestone when he became the first composer to dedicate a work to The Morgan Library & Museum, and the first Italian composer during his lifetime to be invited to donate an autograph manuscript to the museum’s world-renowned music archive.
Much more about him at
http://www.chamberorchestraofnewyork.org/music_director.html.



 

 

 


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