Saturday, December 2, 7:30pm
The Riverside Church and New Amsterdam Opera present Handel’s Messiah in the traditional Advent/Christmas format. Join in at the Hallelujah chorus! $35-$45
Reflections Series International
Saturday, December 2, 7:30pm
Goddard Riverside’s Bernie Wohl Center
Come hear internationally renowned violinist Gil Morgenstern and his special guest, cellist Alexis Pia Gerlach in a diverse program of music, ranging from Bach and Handel to today’s contemporary composers (Bruce Saylor, Chen Yi). $15-$30.
MSM Cello and Piano Recital
Sunday, December 3, 11:00am
Manhattan School of Music
Ellen Silver’s former cello student, Laura Melnicoff, will be performing in a student recital with pianist, Andrew King. Start your Sunday morning with works by Beethoven, Clementi, and Grieg. FREE.
BAC Holiday Concert
Sunday, December 3, 3:30pm
If you find yourself in Brooklyn, join the Brooklyn Accordion Club as it presents a holiday concert featuring soloists and an accordion orchestra! You can sing along and spot our program director, Blythe Bonnaffons, in the ensemble. $10
Community Concert for a Cause
Friday, December 8, 7:00pm
Silver Music Tiemann Location
Hear Silver Music Faculty perform a rich program of cello, flute, and piano music at our second Community Concert for a Cause. The concert, Musicians Take a Stand for Refugees, will feature works by composers of different nationalities who emigrated to the United States. $10 suggested donation (all proceeds for this event will be donated to the International Rescue Committee)
Sunday, December 10, 11:00am
92nd Street Y, Upper East Side
The day’s schedule of events is full of crafts, music, and games, including a live Chanukah Game Show and the chance to make your own holiday snacks. Stay for the Israeli folk dance performance and the opportunity to join in a charitable effort for those in need. All ages. $18
Christmas with Manhattan Chorale
Tuesday, December 12, 7:30pm
It will be an evening of Christmas anthems performed by Manhattan Chorale, members of the New York City Chamber Orchestra, brass, and organ. The program will include Britten’s Festival Te Deum, Mendelssohn’s There Shall a Star from Jacob, Tavener’s Ex Maria Virgine, as well as audience caroling and seasonal narration. $7 with the Promo Code: SVN07
Friday, December 15, 7:30pm
Alice Tully Hall
Chamber Music Society features the complete Brandenburg Concertos, a well-known and loved collection of six instrumental works by Johann Sebastian Bach. $45-$90
Carnegie Hall Family Concert: My City My Song
Saturday, December 16, 12 pm & 3 pm
Three NYC-based artists perform in a participatory experience that provides children with the opportunity to discover music from different parts of the world that can be found right in their own city. Children ages 4-8 are exposed to folk songs from the country of Georgia, Freedom Songs from the Civil Rights Movement, and dance tunes from Haiti. $10 + Free pre-concert activities taking place one hour prior to the performance.
Saturday, December 16, 7:30pm
Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Be wowed by a 10 year old violinist played Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor along with Juilliard’s Pre-College Symphony. Also Beethoven’s 5th! FREE
November 25 through December 31
David H. Koch Theater
Embrace the season with the full production of The Nutcracker featuring Tchaikovsky’s iconic score. A few of our Silver Music students will appear on stage too!
Silver Music hosts Community Concerts for a Cause on select weekends at our Tiemann location. The goal of these concerts is to offer affordable, unique performances to our community in Morningside Heights and Upper Manhattan, and to raise money for a worthwhile cause on a larger scale.
2020 Spring Schedule:
Music for Refugees will take place on Saturday, March 21 at 5pm. All proceeds will be donated to Lifting Hands International, an organization the provides humanitarian aid to refugees (including music!). RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org are appreciated. ($10 suggested donation).
Saturday, April 25: Community Concert for a Cause (details coming soon)
Past events 2018-2019:
Music Makes a Difference took place on October 14, and was geared towards young children in an interactive concert. All proceeds were donated to the ACLU.
Music for the Earth took place Friday, May 17th and proceeds were donated to the Environmental Defense Fund.
See our past events from 2017-2018:
Our first concert, Giving Bach to Puerto Rico took place on Friday, November 3rd and we are thrilled to announce we raised $4,320 through Americares, a relief and development organization working with officials in Puerto Rico to stock emergency shelters with medical supplies.
Our second concert, Musicians Take a Stand for Refugees took place on Friday, December 8th and we exceeded our personal goal for contributing to this national movement, donating all our proceeds to the International Rescue Committee.
Our first concert of the new year, Music for the March, took place on January 19th, the eve of the Women’s March on NYC. All proceeds were donated to the Women’s March Alliance.
Our February concert, Cello Sonatas for Social Change, took place on February 23rd to support Musicians Without Borders, an organization that builds connections in areas of conflict using the power of music.
Our March concert, Music For Our Lives, took place on March 16th to support March For Our Lives featuring Silver Music faculty and musicians from the Morningside Heights community.
Our May concert, Tapping the Young Artist, took place offsite, at Goddard Riverside Community Center, on Sunday, May 6th and 2pm. This concert featured music, dance, and theater and all proceeds for this event benefited Goddard Riverside Performing Arts Camp.
We hope you are able to join us for an upcoming Community Concert for a Cause! Space is limited, so please RSVP by emailing email@example.com, or by RSVPing to our Facebook event page. Cash or check donations will be accepted at the door.
Silver Music Faculty present
A BAROQUE RECITAL
with Pre-Show featuring Silver Music students
Saturday, November 18, 2017
6:00-7:00pm Faculty Recital
5:00-5:30pm Student Pre-Show
The DiMenna Center for Classical Music
450 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018$18 in advance/$20 at the door
Concerto for Two Violins in D minor by J.S. Bach
Toccata in C minor BWV 911 by J.S. Bach
Violin Sonata in G minor by Giuseppe Tartini
Concerto for Two Cellos in G minor by Antonio VivaldiPurchase tickets online in advance
*advance tickets will be available until Friday, November 17, 5pm
*ticket price includes pre-show performance and faculty recital
*cash or check required for tickets purchased at the doorgeneral inquiries may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
This recital is designed for children! Children under 4 ~ free