Juilliard Pre-College Recitals
Saturday, May 6, 11am-5pm
Hear Juilliard Pre-College Students perform each hour from 11am through 5pm. Performances include solo violin, trumpet, french horn, voice, and cello. FREE.
Great Piano Trios
Sunday, May 7, 5pm and 7pm
Alice Tully Hall
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents two concerts featuring piano trios by Mozart, Brahms, and Dvořák. Tickets start from $32.
Monday, May 8, 7:30pm
Alice Tully Hall
Juilliard’s 2016-17 Graduate Resident String Quartet performs works by Mozart, Beethoven, and Shostakovich. Tickets are $20.
The Philadelphia Orchestra
Tuesday, May 9, 8:00pm
Hear one of the nations’ greatest orchestras perform works be Mozart, Schumann, and Bernstein. Tickets from $21.50.
ISO Anniversary Concert
Thursday, May 11, 8:00pm
Several of our Silver Music students participate in the Interschool Orchestras of New York and will be performing a series of well-known works at Carnegie Hall! Guest artists include Canadian Brass, Tito Muñoz, and Helen Little. Tickets start at $25.
Silver Music Faculty Recital
Saturday, May 20th, 5:00pm, 6:15pm
218 W 72nd St
Join us for our faculty recital featuring music from the Modern era! Cost is $12/person online in advance or $15/person at the door (children under 2 attend for free). We will be offering two showtimes at 5:00pm and 6:15pm. Come hear works by Bartók, Kabalevsky, Shostakovich and more!
Sunday, May 21st, 5:00pm
Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church
Enjoy two masterworks of the Classical era by Mozart and Beethoven, Mozart String Quintet in C Major, K. 515 and Beethoven’s Septet in E-flat Major, Op. 20. FREE.
The MET Orchestra
Wednesday, May 31st, 8:00pm
This all Mahler program features selections from Des Knaben Wunderhorn as well as Mahler’s first symphony. See if you can spot a few Silver Music parents in the orchestra! Tickets from $27.50.
The Art of Music
Select weekdays at 11:15am
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Highlighting the connections between the musical traditions of different peoples, places, and time periods, this tour gives visitors an appreciation of the Museum’s global holdings of instruments selected for social significance, technical virtuosity, tonal quality, and visual beauty.