Grab the best seats before they’re gone! Tickets are now on sale for TŌN’s Season 2 concerts at the following venues:
FISHER CENTER at Bard College
Highlights include Elgar‘s Enigma variations, Bartók‘s Miraculous Mandarin, a semi-staged concert performance of Bernstein‘s Candide, and a special Memorial Day-weekend concert led by Fabio Luisi.
In December, music by Russian composers (including Prokofiev) whose works were denounced in the 1948 Zhdanov decree. And in March, two orchestral suites by Respighi and a one-act opera-in-concert, Susanna’s Secret.
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
Conductor and musical historian Leon Botstein and the orchestra explore the places where musical and visual expression meet, pairing orchestral works with masterpieces from The Met’s collection. Includes a discussion, performance, and Q&A.
ROSE THEATER at Jazz at Lincoln Center
In November, an all-American concert featuring works by Bernstein & Copland, including the latter’s Appalachian Spring Suite. In May, Oleg Caetani leads a program of works by Schoenberg, Schubert, and Shostakovich.
THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER at Purchase College
James Bagwell leads a concert that includes Bernard Herrmann‘s Prelude from North by Northwest and Philip Glass‘ Symphony No. 1, Low, based on David Bowie’s album of the same name.
We’ll see you at a concert soon!
Photo by Jito Lee