Carnegie Hall Presents

The Originals


Michael Feinstein
Cheyenne Jackson

Music of Steve Reich

Quintessential James Taylor and his Band

Michael Feinstein
Cheyenne Jackson

THE POWER OF TWO AT CARNEGIE HALL

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Friday, October 29, 2010 | 8 PM

Performers

Cheyenne Jackson
John Oddo, Musical Director and Pianist
Michael Feinstein

Program

Program is approximately 1 hour, 50 minutes, including one intermission
One is the foremost interpreter of American song and host of a primetime PBS series on the American Songbook. The other is a star of Glee and 30 Rock, making his Carnegie Hall debut. Together, Feinstein and Jackson are what The New York Times calls “passionate, impeccably harmonized, and groundbreaking.”

Listen

“Someone to Watch Over Me” from The Power of Two


Michael Feinstein and Cheyenne Jackson  
Harbinger Records

Music of Steve Reich

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Saturday, April 30, 2011 | 8 PM

Performers

Bang on a Can All-Stars and Friends
·· Robert Black, Electric Bass
·· David Cossin, Percussion
·· Vicky Chow, Piano
·· Evan Ziporyn, Clarinet and Piano
·· Bryce Dessner, Guitar
·· Taylor Levine, Guitar
·· Derek Johnson, Guitar
·· Mark Stewart, Guitar
·· Glenn Kotche, Drums
·· Kelli Kathman, Flute
·· Todd Reynolds, Violin
·· Ashley Bathgate, Cello
·· Gregg August, Bass
·· Andrew Cotton, Sound Engineer
eighth blackbird
·· Tim Munro, Flute
·· Michael J. Maccaferri, Clarinet
·· Matt Albert, Violin and Viola
·· Nicholas Photinos, Cello
·· Matthew Duvall, Percussion
·· Lisa Kaplan, Piano
Kronos Quartet
·· David Harrington, Violin
·· John Sherba, Violin
·· Hank Dutt, Viola
·· Jeffrey Zeigler, Cello
So Percussion
·· Eric Beach
·· Josh Quillen
·· Adam Sliwinski
·· Jason Treuting

Program

ALL-STEVE REICH PROGRAM
Mallet Quartet (NY Premiere)
WTC 9/11 (NY Premiere, co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall)
2 x 5 (NY Premiere)
Double Sextet
Carnegie Hall celebrates the 75th birthday of one of America’s greatest living composers with a concert that features three New York premieres of his recent works, including WTC 9/11, a Carnegie Hall co-commission. Plus, hear his Double Sextet—the piece that earned him a much-deserved Pulitzer Prize in 2009.

Listen

Reich Eight Lines (Octet) (1979)


Bang on a Can
Nonesuch
Reich Triple Quartet (Third Movement)


Kronos Quartet and Friends
Nonesuch

Quintessential James Taylor and his Band

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Monday, May 9, 2011 | 8 PM

Performers

Andrea Zonn, Vocals and Fiddle
Arnold McCuller, Vocals
Chad Wackerman, Drums
David Lasley, Vocals
James Taylor, Guitar and Vocals
Jimmy Johnson, Electric Bass
Kate Markowitz, Vocals
Larry Goldings, Piano, Organ, and Keyboards
Lou Marini, Jr., Horns
Luis Conte, Percussion
Michael Landau, Electric Guitars
Walt Fowler, Horns

Program

James Taylor
James Taylor and his legendary band perform his greatest hits at Carnegie Hall.

Listen

“Shed a Little Light”


James Taylor
Sony