OCTOBER MUSICAL EVENTS IN NYC
The Philadelphia Orchestra
October 10, 8:00pm
Come hear one of America’s most incredible orchestras perform Mahler’s 6th Symphony. The program will be approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
October 15, 11:00am-3pm
Madison Square Park
This daylong event for children 0-12 years old and their families will feature a variety of hands-on activities and performances including music, dance, theater, puppetry, magic, and storytelling. FREE
October 16, 4:00pm
Brooklyn Public Library
Enjoy a neighborhood concert featuring a late string quartet by Haydn as well as new music. FREE.
Fair Trade Trio
October 16, 5pm
178 Bennett Avenue
Come hear our cello teacher, Jeanette Stenson, perform Beethoven, Brahams, and more with her trio, The Fair Trade Trio. FREE.
Silver Music Faculty Recital
October 22, two performances at 5:30* and 6:30pm
Support our teachers and take part in an interactive performance of Baroque music! Performers include Karolyn Bethke, Blythe Bonnaffons, Sage Cole, Molly Goldman, Ellen Silver, and Marko Stuparevic. $12/advance purchase, $15/at the door. Children under 2 ~ Free
October 27, 7:30
Alice Tully Hall
Hear the Julliard Orchestra perform works by Bruch, Dvorak, and Ravel. The Julliard School is the alma mater of cello teachers, Jane Pae and Reenat Pinchas, and violin teacher, Molly Goldman. Tickets to the concert are $30.
Sherpard School Symphony Orchestra
October 28, 8pm
Rice University’s Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra performs at Carnegie Hall this October! The Shepherd School is among the youngest of the country’s elite collegiate music schools, both cello teachers, Reenat Pinchas and Ellen Silver earned their Master of Music degrees from the Shepard School!
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.