Friday 21st September 2018
St John's in the Village
218 W 11th St
New York NY 10014
Baritone James Dargan and I are gonna take you away from the hustle and bustle, into a place where we can concentrate on how much we all have in common, and how love has enough room for all who love.
There will be music by Brahms and Mahler, arrangements and originals written by James, some piano solos, and maybe a spiritual or two.
The church is air conditioned, fully accessible, and close to Union Square and many subway lines. Intermission will be a wine reception in the church's lovely courtyard.
Tickets should be bought on Eventbrite, and are 20 dollars. Click here!
Tickets are FREE for seniors, but calling or emailing in advance is essential, so you can get on our list: call 212 243 6192, or email email@example.com. Check out St John's whole fall season here: http://stjvny.org/arts-at-st-johns-autumn-winter-2018/.
Come, let us sing to you!
I am super excited to be making my Lincoln Center debut, teaming up once again with the Mark Morris Dance Group and their music director, pianist Colin Fowler in Brahms' Liebeslieder-Waltzer.
“Indisputably the most musical choreographer alive” (New York Times), Mark Morris illuminates music by Monteverdi, Brahms, and Schubert with his kinetic, witty, poetic dancemaking. The program opens with two dances that reveal the intricacies of romantic love—1989’s buoyant Love Song Waltzes set to Brahms’s Liebeslieder-Walzer for voice and piano four hands, and 1996’s I Don’t Want to Love, a revelatory exploration of some of Monteverdi’s most lovelorn madrigals. The performance culminates with a highly anticipated world premiere that brings new life and lift to Schubert’s enchanting chamber-music masterpiece, the “Trout” Quintet.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
New York City
1 hour and 50 minutes, including intermission
For more information, and to purchase tickets, please click here.
Classic songs by Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, and others with ravishing piano solos and some historical and cultural introduction to this great period of the flourishing of American song. The recital, in the air-conditioned church, is in two parts with a sparkling wine reception at interval in the beautiful St Benedict's Courtyard, a hidden garden in the heart of Greenwich Village. The two Australian performers, Richard Symons and Amir Farid, take no fees. Proceeds are in aid of Ads-Up (ads-up.org) assisting with the resettlement of refugees.
DATE AND TIME
Tue, July 31, 2018
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
St John's in the Village
218 West 11th Street
W 11th Street and Waverly Place
New York, NY 10014
Please click here for more info and ticket bookings
Saturday 28 July 2018 | 3pm and 6pm
Melbourne Recital Centre
31 Sturt St, Southbank VIC 3006
Claude DEBUSSY - Trio in G major
Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH - Piano Trio No.2 in E Minor Op.67
$39 ($29 Concession)
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Friday 20 July 2018 | 8pm
Hawthorn Arts Centre
360 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122
The knockabout Benaud Trio present a concert of blockbusting new music from Australia and the United States. From epic cinematic vistas to smoky jazz clubs, Night Flight takes the pulse of modern life with music that grooves as much as it swings.
$36 and $30 concession
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I am thrilled to be the collaborative pianist for New York City-based choral group Tapestry. Conducted by artistic director Billy Janiszewski and assistant conductor Christopher Wasko, This dynamic choir will be presenting a program of choral music from Latin America in 2 concerts only.
Wednesday, May 30 @ 8PM
Church of St. Thomas More
65 East 89th Street
Saturday, June 2 @ 8PM
Saint John's in the Village
224 Waverly Place
$20 (includes reception)
All tickets at the door
Please visit www.tapestrychoir.org for more info about the group!
I am so excited to be collaborating with one of USA’s great rising star tenors, Joshua Blue, for his Juilliard graduation recital. Winner of the 2017 Oratorio Society of New York competition, this program will be a tour de force display of Joshua’s outstanding ability, and the opportunity to hear some scarcely heard masterpieces. There will also be a very exciting world premiere not to be missed!
Date: Thursday May 10th
Venue: Paul Hall, The Juilliard School, New York City
Featuring works by Rachmaninoff, Britten, Ravel, Korchmaryov, Koval, Kartsev, and a world premiere work by young US composer Andrew Seligson for tenor, piano, electric guitar and drum kit.
One of the most celebrated dance companies in the world, the Mark Morris Dance Group will be presenting a special week of performances at their very own Brooklyn headquarters.
I am thrilled to be teaming up with pianist and MMDG music director Colin Fowler in Pas de Poisson, choreographed by the one and only Mark Morris, with music by Erik Satie,
Dates and times:
- Thursday April 26th 2018, 7.30pm
- Sunday April 29th 2018, 3pm
- Wednesday May 2nd 2018, 7.30pm
- Saturday May 5th 2018, 7.30pm
Venue: James and Martha Duffy Performance Space, Mark Morris Dance Center, Brooklyn, New York
Tickets and enquiries: Please click here to visit the relevant page on the MMDG website.
I am deeply honored to be the official pianist for the prestigious 42nd annual Lyndon Woodside Oratorio Solo Competition Finals, presented by the Oratorio Society of New York.
Held at the Weill Recital Hall @ Carnegie Hall New York City, this competition showcases the next generation of soloists in concert, and is the only competition devoted exclusively to the art of oratorio singing.
Date: Saturday April 14, 2018
Venue: Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York City
Admission and enquiries: $25 - book online at carnegiehall.org, via CarnegieCharge by calling (212) 247-7800, or at the Carnegie Hall Box Office @ 57th St and 7th Ave.
Please visit the OSNY website at oratoriosocietyofny.org for more information.
It is a tremendous honor to be a part of New York City's New Year's celebrations in the monumental Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, playing in the U.S. premiere a new choral work directed by the one and only Kent Tritle.
Founded by Leonard Bernstein in 1984, the annual New Year's Eve Concert for Peace is a signature Cathedral event, gathering old friends and new for more than a quarter of a century. This year we begin with Haydn's glorious Te Deum and continue with the U.S. premiere of See the Wretched Strangers by Lucas Wiegerink. A series of songs about our shared Earth continues the theme of neighborly compassion and the renewal of hope for the coming year. Wrapping up this year's performance, we celebrate the concert's founder by performing chorales from Leonard Bernstein's own Mass.
A limited number of general admission seats are free and open to the public, on a first-come, first-served basis. Ticketed seating is also available, starting at $40.
For more detailed program information, and to secure your tickets (if you wish to purchase ticketed seating), please visit stjohndivine.org