MOZART String Quintet No. 6 in E-flat major, K. 614
Max Tan, violin I
David Bernat, violin II
Lisa Sung, viola I
Joseph Lin, viola II
Samuel DeCaprio, cello
Coached by Joseph Lin
ChamberFest showcases Juilliard students who work during their final week of winter break in a unique chamber music intensive, with unlimited rehearsal time and daily coachings.
“On Wings of Song, Sweetheart, I carry you away ... to ... Where I know the most beautiful place.”—Heinrich Heine, “Auf Flügeln des Gesanges” (On Wings of Song)
Ring in the New Year with this jubilant concert that demonstrates the power of music to unite people around the world. The program features songs from diverse cultures and eras including art songs, operatic arias, spirituals, and instrumental arrangements of folk songs.
Violinist Max Tan, artistic director of the Versoi Ensemble, tours with the group to Sarasota, FL to launch new Music For Food concerts.
Under the auspices of Music For Food, 100% of all ticket and donation proceeds from this performance go directly to benefit the All Faiths Food Bank in Sarasota County.
MOZART Viola Quintet No.4 in g minor, K.516
SALONEN “Homunculus” for String Quartet
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DVORAK String Quintet No.3 in E-flat Major, Op.97
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Hear rising stars from The Juilliard School perform selections from classical music’s best-loved composers. Leave the emails, phone calls and work behind and settle in for an hour of musical serenity.
October's concert features violinist Max Tan. Program to be announced.
Juilliard's acclaimed Focus! festival returns for its 34th season featuring a series of six free concerts exploring the music of composers in China, including seven new commissions by Chinese composers born after 1980.
SANG TONG Night Scenery (1947, presumed U.S. Premiere)
PMP alum violinist Max Tan performs in the Stires-Stark Alumni Recital Series at the Clark Arts Center. $25 tickets are on sale now/ free for children with registration! After the concert, meet the artist at a special reception.
Celebrating British composer Thomas Adès, this evening will feature a conversation between Mr. Adès and Juilliard provost and dean Ara Guzelimian. The discussion will be framed by music which has inspired Mr. Adès, including works by Schubert and Janáček, as well as performances of Mr. Adès's own compositions.
The China Institute presents a concert that celebrates Han Chinese culture. In collaboration with New Asia Chamber Music Society, the concert features Taiwanese composer Hung Ping's works that use Western instruments to convey Oriental color.