Sunday & Monday, June 2-3, various times
Join Philippe the Penguin and musicians of the New York Philharmonic on a musical playground and share in the fun of music. Explore different speeds of music in an interactive concert designed by New York Philharmonic musicians together with faculty of Columbia University’s Teacher’s College. Tickets start at $26
Tuesday-Friday, June 11-14, 8pm
The New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, Presented by Didi and Oscar Schafer, have become an iconic New York summer experience since they began in 1965, transforming parks throughout the city into a patchwork of picnickers and providing music lovers with an opportunity to hear the best classical music under the stars. FREE
Saturday, June 8, 4pm
Greenwich House Music School
Co-founders Sara Leila Sherman (piano) and Hilary Castle (violin) are thrilled to be presenting Mozart for Munchkins in Greenwich Village with a program inspired by our magnificent natural world. Tickets are $30 (kids under 12 are free)
Saturday, June 8, 6:30pm
The National Opera Center.
Come hear Silver Music students, faculty, and musician parents and friends perform together at the National Opera Center! This will be an exciting program featuring violin, viola, cello, piano, flute, and voice! FREE
Monday, June 17, 8pm
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage
Manhattan Concert Productions presents an evening of choral music with Schumann’s Requiem and Haydn’s Paukenmesse with the Masterwork Festival Chorus, professional soloists, and the New York City Chamber Orchestra. The concert will also feature the National Children’s Festival Chorus. Tickets start at $20
Julliard Chamber Music
Thursday, May 2, 7:30pm
Church of the Blessed Sacrament
Juilliard chamber music ensembles present engaging programs of masterpieces from the chamber music repertoire, steps away from our 72nd St location. Wonderful for our chamber music students! FREE
Brahms, Elgard, and The Brothers Balliett
Friday, May 3, 8pm
See if you can find our viola teacher, Surai Balbesi in the orchestra while hearing the premiere Fifty Trillion Molecular Geniuses and other choral-orchestral works by Brahms and Elgar. Tickets start at $25
Saturday, May 4, various times
NYPL 53rd St
Back-to-back concerts of Beethoven String Quartets! Come hear Julliard students perform these incredible works. FREE
New York Philharmonic & Warner Bros. Present Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II
Friday & Saturday, May 17-18, various times
David Geffen Hall
Classical music gets a fun twist with the Wascally Wabbit and friends. Enjoy classic Looney Tunes projected on the big screen, with their original scores performed live by the Philharmonic. Great for RSP students, or the young at heart. Tickets start at $60
Carnegie Hall Family Concert: My City, My Song
Saturday, May 11, 12pm
Vibrant New York City–based artists perform in My City, My Song, a colorful, 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. Tickets are $10
Community Concert for a Cause
Friday, May 17
Silver Music 72nd St
Join us for an evening of solo flute, viola, and classical guitar–all to support the environment! Works by Bach, Marais, and Sor will be performed by faculty and proceeds will be donated to the Environmental Defense Fund. $10 suggested donation
Little Orchestra Society: The Three C’s…
Thursdays, May 2-23, 3pm and 4pm
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
The Little Orchestra Society is in residence at Brooklyn Children’s Museum for a series of family music workshops. Each session explores music of a different culture, engaging children, parents, and caregivers through movement, song, composition, and an introduction to world instruments. Tickets are $11
Mozart for Munchkins
Sunday, May 12, 4pm
Samuels Teaching Studio
Mozart for Munchkins’ Musical Wilderness: a concert inspired by animals and nature performed by two moms! Co-founders Sara Leila Sherman (piano) and Hilary Castle (violin) are thrilled to present a program inspired by our magnificent natural world. Children under 12 are free
Very Young People’s Concerts: Forte and Piano
Monday, Apr 1, 10:30am
Forte and Piano explores musical dynamics, from LOUD to soft. Tickets are $26-$31
Beethoven! Making the Fifth
Saturday, Apr. 6, 10am
The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College
Performing dynamic repertoire and incorporating multiple art forms with a variety of artists to create meaningful musical experiences for today’s audiences.
Magical Mystical Moonlight
Sunday, Apr. 7, 2pm
Alice Tully Hall
This concert is all music about the moon! With music by Debussy, Beethoven, Schumann, and George Crumb. Tickets are $10-$30
The Little Orchestra Society at BCM
Sunday, Apr 7, 4:15pm & 5:15pm
Brooklyn’s Children Museum
Join us on select Sundays for “Bringing Stories to Life Through Music”, a music & movement workshop that connects famous children’s stories by authors from around the world to everyday sounds, rhythms and melodies. Tickets are $11.
Violin Master’s Recital
Thursday, Apr 11, 4pm
The Juilliard School
Come hear violinist, Emma Frucht (daughter of our viola teacher, Rachel Riggs) perform the music of Bach, Biber, Brahms, Mackey, and Stravinsky for her master’s degree graduation recital at Julliard. FREE
Silver Music Faculty Recital
Saturday, April 13, 5pm
Silver Music 72nd St
Come hear our faculty perform string quartets and solos for classical guitar! This event is interactive and geared towards our students and families. Advance tickets $12, children under 4–free!
Carnegie Hall Citywide: Ensemble Connect
Saturday, April 13, 3pm
Jackson Heights Branch Library
With their refreshing approach to a vast range of music—from the earliest Baroque works to cutting-edge pieces by Missy Mazzoli and Caroline Shaw—Ensemble Connect is entertaining and always inspirational. FREE
Saturday, April 20, 2:30pm
Bruno Walter Theater
Hear our piano teacher, Wenhan Anderson, perform with violinist, Sarah Geller, at Lincoln Center! The program includes Mozart’s A Major Sonata, followed by Romance in D by Szymanowski, Grieg’s Sonata No. 2 and more! FREE
A FACULTY RECITAL
Saturday, April 13, 2019
218 W 72nd St
$12 in advance/$15 at the door
Bach Cello Suite BWV 1012
Haydn String Quartet Op. 20 No. 2
Mendelssohn String Quartet Op. 44 No. 2
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Friday, Mar. 1, 7pm
Third Street Music School
Pianist Vanessa May-lok Lee and puppeteers Jacob Graham and Teddy Yudain perform a musical narrative inspired by the “choose-your-own-adventure” books that May-lok Lee loved as a kid. The audience gets to decide which path the puppets take within the narrative. FREE.
Saturday, Mar. 2, 2pm
David Geffen Hall
How is writing a symphony like playing a video game? In both you get to choose your own adventure! Find out where composers find inspiration, hear how melodies transform, and travel to new sound worlds. Tickets start at $15. Ages 6-12.
Wednesday, Mar. 6, 7:30pm
David Geffen Hall
Cello superstar Yo-Yo Ma and pipa virtuoso Wu Man join the Philharmonic for Zhao Lin’s colorful concerto, A Happy Excursion. The concert concludes with the melancholy sonic landscape of Tchaikovsky’s powerfully haunting Pathétique. Tickets start at $66.
Friday, Mar.8, 7:30pm
Alice Tully Hall
An exciting program performed by Pre-College students collaborating with professional musicians! Works include Tchaikovsky’s Romeo’s and Juliet, Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain, Rossini’s Overture to William Tell and Beethoven’s “Triple” Concerto. Tickets are $10 ($5 for students).
Sunday, Mar. 10, 11am
Shel Silverstein’s timeless thought-provoking children’s book is reimagined set to the beloved music of Tchaikovsky. From Swan Lake to The Nutcracker to Sleeping Beauty, these classics will be performed by a clarinet and cello duo. Tickets are $12.
Sunday, Mar. 10, 4pm
American Academy of Arts and Letters
Hear ALL our string students perform in this incredible hall in traditional “play-down” format. Our youngest beginners and most advanced students will perform Suzuki repertoire as an ensemble, led by our wonderful teachers. Tickets are $10 (student performers receive 4 free tickets).
Saturday, Mar. 23, 4pm
PMT Dance Studio
Cellist Marta Bagratuni and pianist Audrey Abela will be joined by Hilary Castle (violin) and friends to explore all the sounds the city has to offer! Tickets are $30 (kids are free)