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EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK - Frederick Renz, Director
~ Spring Events 2013 ~
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Notes - April 26, 2013Early Notation

The Artists -

Soloists:
Stephanie Corwin – bassoon
Immanuel Davis
– flute
Laura Heimes
– soprano

Strings:
Dongmyung Ahn – violin
David Bakamjian – principal cello
Aaron Brown – violin
David Chapman – violone
Rachael Evans – principal viola
Richard Hsu – violin
Marc Levine – principal violin
Christopher Nunn – viola
Heidi Powell – concertmaster, violin
Jason Prisettheorbo & guitar
Beth Wenstrom
– violin
Benjamin Wolff – cello
Margaret Ziemnicka – violin

Volunteers Welcome -

Interested parties wishing to assist at these upcoming EM/NY events -  ushering in our new venue and attending performances gratis -  please contact Aaron Smith at 212-749-6600 or via our website contact page ...

Become a Friend of Early Music -

Only with your extraordinary support, do we continue our mission - fostering historically informed performances of early music in New York City - despite severe Federal, State and City cut backs. We are grateful for your tax deductible contribution that can be made by calling us directly at 212-749-6600 or on line via our Events & Tickets page at ...
EarlyMusicNY.org

Your Comments -

Join our mailing list, request information, or send us a comment at ...
EarlyMusicNY.org


EMF's concert series is made possible in part with public funds from the
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New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
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New York State Council on the Arts,



with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature,


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The E. Nakamichi Foundation,


and the generosity of EMF's Friends of Early Music.

EM/NY Classical Chamber Orchestra

 

London's Musical Bridge

Frederick, Prince of Wales, and his sisters

The Enlightened English


Saturday May 4, at 8 PM


First Church of Christ, Scientist
Central Park West at 68th St.



EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK’s Orchestra of Original Instruments performs repertoire of England’s 18th-century greats side by side with their Austro-German émigré counterparts. 


Karl Friedrich Abel, virtuoso & impresario, collaborated with J.C. Bach in 1764 to present the first subscription concerts in London – Flute Concerto with Immanuel Davis soloist 


Thomas Augustine Arne, composer of “Rule Britannia”, “God Save the King” and “A-Hunting We Will Go”, was the leading British theatre composer of his day – Cantata “The Morning” with Laura Heimes soprano


Johann Christian Bach, Sebastian's youngest son, also referred to as ‘the London Bach’ - "Song for Vauxhall Gardens" with Laura Heimes soprano


William Boyce, appointed “Master of the Kings Musick” under George II & George III – Overture 


Capel Bond, one of England's noted provincial composers - Bassoon Concerto with Stephanie Corwin soloist 


Sir Frederick William Herschel, musician, astronomer and discoverer of the planet Uranus – Symphony in D major

 

For more information visit EarlyMusicNY.org
TICKETS:
  • Single reserved seating: $40
  • Student Rush (w/ current ID) at the door: $20
Box office: 212-280-0330
Secure website: EarlyMusicNY.org


The Venue -

Introducing a new, "best kept secret," Lincoln Square performance venue...

First Church of Christ, Scientist
 
FCCS - Photograph by Elliot Kaufman - Renovation by Sydness Architects     FCCS interior - Photograph by Elliot Kaufman - Renovation by Sydness Architects   
     Central Park West at 68th St.
     New York, NY 10023



Near Lincoln Center, the First Church of Christ, Scientist faces Central Park at 68th St. and is reached via the M72, M10 and Columbus Ave. M7 & M11 bus lines; subways B & C to 72nd at CPW (70th St. exit) & #1 to 66th at Bdwy. Parking garages are available along W. 68th and W. 66th Streets.

For information regarding disability access 212-280-0330


Early Music Foundation, 10 West 68th St, NY, NY 10023   Tickets: 212-280-0330 or EarlyMusicNY.org



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