Our 28th Anniversary Season
September 2015 - May 2016


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April Concert Schedule

Wednesday, April 6, 12:10PM

The A.W. Duo: Cellist James Waldo and pianist Alyona Aksyonova return to Downtown Music to play a program which includes the Chopin Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor, Op. 65. Of the Duo, Ellen Dressler Moryl, founder of the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston says, “These gifted young players are true artists who can transport the listeners in their audience straight to heaven!”  Free Admission
This concert is made possible with the generous support of Hudson Grille and Lilly’s, White Plains, New York.  

Sunday, April 10, 5PM

28th Anniversary concerto concert
Chelsea Wang and Larry Weng, Piano
Downtown Sinfonietta
Vincent Lionti, Conductor
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Wednesday, April 13, 12:10PM

Described by the New York Times as “an accomplished and intrepid young player” violinist Brian Krinke has appeared as soloist with the Buffalo Philharmonic and the Minnesota Orchestra. He returns to Downtown Music accompanied by pianist Anna Vinnitsky who has played recitals at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig and Orchestra Hall in Chicago. Free Admission


Wednesday, April 20, 12:10PM

Black Marble: Violin Duo Jörg-Michael Schwarz & Karen Marie Marmer, co-directors of the internationally acclaimed REBEL Ensemble for Baroque music play Opera for Two: works by Leclair, Barbella, Guignon, Shield and Mozart. Free Admission

Wednesday, April 27, 12:10PM

Cellist Samuel Magill has been a member of the Met Orchestra since 1991. Praised by the New York Times for his "...unimpeachable reading" of the Poulenc Cello Sonata, he has had a rich and varied career as soloist and chamber musician. His first Naxos CD of the Vernon Duke Cello Concerto was hailed as "flat-out magnificent" by the American Record Guide. He is joined at the piano by Babette Hierholzer who has appeared as soloist with the Berlin Philharmonic and with renowned conductors Sir Colin Davis, Klaus Tennstedt, Leopold Hager and Semyon Bychkov. She made her American debut with the Pittsburg Symphony playing the Liszt Concerto No. 1. The all Viennese program will include Joseph Marx, Zemlinsky, and Beethoven. A Downtown Music debut. Free Admission

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