CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS
Saturday, November 3, 2012 | 4 PM
Neighborhood Concert: Andrew Garland and Warren Jones
With a golden voice and uncanny theatrical instinct, baritone Andrew Garland delivers sparkling, exhilarating performances that will reel you in, from innovative recital collaborations with living American composers to classic, large-scale productions of Don Giovanni, La bohème, and Carmen. Garland brings drama to the stage today with an adventurous program called “The Quest: Don Quixote and Other Wanderers.”
Hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle as “the single finest accompanist now working,” pianist Warren Jones has played with a glittering roster of singers, including Stephanie Blythe, Kathleen Battle, and Carol Vaness. A prominent teacher, collaborative pianist, and chamber musician, Jones performs at all the main concert halls and festivals around the world. Currently teaching at the Manhattan School of Music, he has also served as assistant conductor at the Metropolitan Opera and San Francisco Opera.