HALL PROGRAM UPDATES FOR 2010–2011 SEASON
Please note the following updates to Carnegie Hall’s 2010–2011 schedule,
reflecting major updates made since we announced the concert season last
January. For complete details and full updates, please see the attached updated
2010–2011 season chronological listing.Please discard previously-issued season chronological listings. Thank
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Nikolaus Harnoncourt,
will perform Smetana’s Má Vlast on September 30, replacing the
previously announced Bruckner’s Symphony No. 8 in C Minor.
and 30 Rock star Cheyenne Jackson joins Michael Feinstein
and a 17 piece swing band on October 29 for a concert titled The Power of
Two. Other guest artists are to be announced.
Chatterjee will be performing tabla with the
trio Ghazal on November 12, instead of previously announced tabla
player Sandeep Das.
programs for the Risør Chamber Music Festival performances on December
1 and 2 have been switched. The program originally announced for December 1
will now be heard on December 2. The program originally announced for
December 2 will now be heard on December 1. For complete listings, click the
Maya Beiser will be featured with the American Composers Orchestra,
led by Music Director George Manahan, on December 3 for the world
premiere of Douglas Cuomo’s Black Diamond Express to Hell.
, a 14-day series of movies scored by the legendary
Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996) will take place from December
3–December 16 at JapanNYC partner Film Forum as part of Carnegie
Hall’s citywide festival. Included will be Masaki Kobayashi's Hara Kiri
(1962), Hiroshi Teshighara's Woman of the Dunes (1964), and Akira
Kurosawa's Ran (1985).
JapanNYC partner the Brooklyn Botanic Garden will present Graceful
Perseverance, an exhibition of trees selected from the C.V. Starr
Bonsai Museum’s collection of nearly 400 bonsai, from February 1–May 1 as
part of Carnegie Hall’s citywide festival.
complete program has been announced for pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet’s
all-Liszt recital on February 2, and will include Légend No. 1: St
François d’Assise, and Légend No. 2: St. François de Paule marchant sur
les flots, Meine Freuden from Chants polonaise (after Chopin).
2011 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt and the 125th
anniversary of his death. For this concert’s complete program, click the link
Drummers will perform at Avery Fisher Hall
on March 20 as part of JapanNYC, presented by festival partners
Absolutely Live Entertainment and New Audiences.
annual Asian Contemporary Art Week will this year be presented
from March 24–March 31 as part of Carnegie Hall’s citywide JapanNYC
festival by festival partners Asian Contemporary Art Consortium in
association with Asia Society.
Making Music: Christopher Rouse program on April 15 will now
begin at 7:00 p.m.
Hall’s 120th Anniversary Concert
on May 5 with the New York Philharmonic, Alan Gilbert, Audra
McDonald, Emanuel Ax, Gil Shaham, and Yo-Yo Ma will
now begin at 8:00 p.m.
For up-to-date concert listings
throughout the season, visit carnegiehall.org
or contact us at:
Carnegie Hall Public Affairs
Public Relations Officepublicrelations@carnegiehall.org
212-903-9750Monday–Friday, 9:30 AM–5:30 PM