We’re happy to announce our 2016–17 season of concerts at the Fisher Center at Bard College. In our subscription series, we’ll be performing five concerts filled with outstanding music from all over the world, from the U.S. to Europe to China. Highlights include a suite from Bartók’s once-banned ballet The Miraculous Mandarin, Elgar’s greatly-loved Enigma Variations, and a clarinet concerto by Aaron Copland.
TŌN will also be performing two special events next season. In February, James Bagwell will conduct the orchestra and soloists from Bard’s Graduate Vocal Arts Program in a concert performance of Leonard Bernstein’s Candide. Then in May, Grammy winner Fabio Luisi, principal conductor of the Metropolitan Opera, will come to the Fisher Center to lead a special Memorial Day-weekend concert.
New subscriptions and subscription renewals are available now. Single tickets go on sale August 8.
Check back soon for more information on the new season, including concerts at Carnegie Hall, The Met Fifth Avenue, and more!
Photo by Matt Dine