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ALICE TULLY HALL : Fri 1/19/18 7:30PM - Fri 4/27/18 7:30PM

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A collection of 7 Friday evening concerts in Alice Tully Hall.


HOMAGE TO SCHUBERT Friday, January 19, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
HOMAGE TO SCHUBERT

The “Prince of Song” takes center stage for a performance of treasured masterpieces. A seamless juxtaposition of Schubert’s most memorable lieder with his quintessential chamber works makes obvious why the shy, diminutive Viennese composer became one of the titans of music.

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THE ALLURING MUSIC OF CÉSAR FRANCK Friday, February 9, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
THE ALLURING MUSIC OF CÉSAR FRANCK

César Franck, acclaimed as “the French Brahms,” composed works of profound depth and unforgettable impact. But Franck’s Belgian roots and Parisian sensibility also color his music with a sensuousness only France can call its own, as experienced in this unique exploration of Franck’s captivating world.

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14th OF MARCH, 1824 Friday, March 23, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
14th OF MARCH, 1824

CMS’s Winter Festival celebrates the dawn of chamber music concert life, with four programs performed in Vienna in the 1820s.

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CALIDORE STRING QUARTET Friday, April 13, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
CALIDORE STRING QUARTET

Two of the world’s most acclaimed young string quartets recently made CMS their New York home, having joined the distinguished CMS Two roster. The high-spirited, American-based Calidore Quartet inaugurates April’s string quartet festivities with a tour-de-force program of quartet classics.

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CLASSICAL EVOLUTION Friday, April 27, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
CLASSICAL EVOLUTION

This program of favorites reveals the multi-dimensional ingenuity of the Classical style. Its intelligent principles of symmetry and logic have enabled composers through the ages to craft aesthetically pleasing works that endure the test of time. Mozart’s pristine Trio, Weber’s electrifying Clarinet Quintet, and Brahms’s magisterial Piano Quintet all owe a nod of thanks to Haydn’s immortal invention.

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