Dvořák’s Sixth Symphony

Sun, Dec 2, 2018, 4 PM
Part of the series Free Concerts

at Peter Norton Symphony Space, Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
in NYC

  • Conducted by James Bagwell
    associate conductor of The Orchestra Now
  • Emmanuel Chabrier España
    Britten Les illuminations
    Dvořák Symphony No. 6
  • with tenor Eric Carey
    a winner of the 2017 Bard College Conservatory Concerto Competition

More About the Music

Emmanuel Chabrier España
A Spanish dance, full of color of rhythmic energy

Britten Les illuminations
Enchanting and ethereal

Dvořák Symphony No. 6
Brooding and passionate, filled with energy and sensitivity

Timings & Concert Order

Emmanuel Chabrier España
7 min

Brief remarks by TŌN violinist Coline Berland

Benjamin Britten Les illuminations
Eric Carey, tenor
21 min

Intermission
20 min

Brief remarks by TŌN tuba player Dan Honaker

Antonín Dvořák Symphony No. 6
41 min

All timings are approximate.

More About the Artists

JAMES BAGWELL, conductor
James Bagwell maintains an active international schedule as a conductor of choral, operatic, and orchestral music. He was most recently named associate conductor of The Orchestra Now (TŌN) and in 2009 was appointed principal guest conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra. From 2009–15 he served as music director of The Collegiate Chorale.
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ERIC CAREY, tenor
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Sample the Music

Emmanuel Chabrier España

Britten Les illuminations

Dvořák Symphony No. 6

Photo by David DeNee

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