January 2012 Highlights
featuring musicians of The Academy—a program of Carnegie Hall, The
Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute in partnership with the
New York City Department of Education—performs at Juilliard’s Paul Hall
January 13 at 8:00 p.m. with a program of Dutilleux’s Les
Citations; J.S. Bach’s “Brandenburg” Concerto No. 5 in D Major;
Kurtág’s Wind Quintet; and Adès’s Chamber Symphony.
Music Director James Levine
leads The MET Orchestra on Sunday, January 15
at 3:00 p.m. in a program of Barber, Herrmann, and Mahler songs
performed by Renée Fleming, Aaron Copland’s Clarinet
Concerto performed by Anthony McGill and Corigliano’s
Clarinet Concerto by Stephen Williamson.
ACJW performs again this month on Sunday, January 22
at 1:00 p.m. in a Carnegie Hall Family Concert presented by the
Weill Music Institute. Program is to be announced. Pre-concert
activities will take place one hour before each performance and are free
to all ticket holders.
Carnegie Hall presents a Making
Music program on Friday, January 27
at 6:00 p.m., focusing on the music of composer David Lang.
The all-Lang program features the New York premiere of a new work
(co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall) as well as the composer’s 2008
Pulitzer Prize-winning work, the little match girl passion.
Moderated by Carnegie Hall’s Director of Artistic Planning Jeremy
Geffen in conversation with the composer, the evening features
performances by Theatre of Voices led by Artistic
Director Paul Hillier as well as guitarists Bryce
Dessner and Shara Worden, violinist/vocalist Owen
Pallett, and Nico Muhly on keyboards.
In partnership with WFUV as part of
the WFUV Live at Zankel series, Carnegie Hall presents the
Oscar and Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter Aimee Mann,
performing her beautiful solo work that often highlights the inner
lives of people living far from the bright lights of success or fame, on
January 28 at 10:00 p.m.
American Composers Orchestra—back
in Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage for this special event—is led by
Conductor Laureate Dennis Russell Davies in a
celebration of composer Philip Glass’s 75th birthday on
January 31 at 8:00 p.m. The evening includes the US premiere of
Glass’s Symphony No. 9 (co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall) as well as the
New York premiere of Arvo Pärt’s Lamentate with pianist Maki
SA/PS : Stern
Auditorium/Perelman Stage ZH : Zankel Hall WRH
: Weill Recital HallPH : Paul HallFor
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