SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 7:15PM
Silver Music 72nd St
Silver Music will be hosting a violin recital for Lucy Frucht, an 11th grader at Hunter currently attending Juilliard Precollege. Lucy is the daughter of Rachel Riggs, of our violin faculty. The program will be about 45 minutes in length. FREE, but please RSVP as seating is limited.
THE BERLIN PHILHARMONIC
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 8:00PM
Stern Auditorium, Carnegie Hall
The Berliner Philharmoniker led by Sir Simon Rattle will be performing Éclat by Pierre Boulez and Symphony No. 7 by Gustav Mahler. The orchestration in both works is full of unusual timbres and percussion, including mandolin and guitar. Ticket prices begin at $36.50.
FRIENDS OF MOZART
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 7:30PM
Christ & Saint Stephens Episcopal Church
Friends of Mozart presents the second program in a two-concert series exploring the remarkable achievement of Mozart’s sonatas for piano and violin against the varied background of 18th-century music and the stylistic models of Mozart’s contemporaries. FREE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2:00PM
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House
Our piano teacher, Wenhan Anderson, will be performing in the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Second Sundays Series with a program exploring the distinctive relationships between Brahms, Robert and Clara Schumann, and Joseph Joachim. Featured pieces include Brahms Sonata in A Major, Clara Schumann Romances, Intermezzo from the FAE Sonata and Kreisler’s arrangement of Brahm’s Hungarian Dance No. 17. Suggested donation is $5, children under 12 are admitted for free.
MEET THE MUSIC! LEAPING LEOPOLD
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2:00PM
Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio, Jazz at Lincoln Center
“Mozart’s father appears in our time to tell the world that he is really responsible for his son’s genius!” This event features the music of Mozart and is appropriate for children ages 6 and up. $10-$30.
DQ FACULTY CONCERT
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 7:00PM
The Diller-Quaile School of Music
Our violin teacher, Sage Cole, and piano teacher, Wenhan Anderson, will be performing together on the Diller-Quaile Faculty Concert. This event is FREE and open to the public.
NOVEMBER 25 THROUGH DECEMBER 31
David H. Koch Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center
Embrace the season with the full production of The Nutcracker featuring Tschaikovsky’s iconic score. A few of our Silver Music students will appear on stage too!
Bach At One
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra perform Bach cantatas weekly with period instruments and baroque-style vocal technique. FREE.
This old coffee barge docked on the Brooklyn side of the East River has been converted into a classical music venue. On weekends throughout the year you can pay to see performances in its confines; on Saturdays at 4pm, however, there’s a free one-hour recital that’s geared toward drawing in kids.
Sundays at 12:30pm and 3pm; Mondays at 10:30am
Merkin Concert Hall
This coming season ensembles of strings, brass, and woodwinds are presented playing music ideal for the youngest listeners. Each concert will explore basic musical ideas through movement, singing, and humor. Subscription prices range from $72 to $87.