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TOURING ARTISTS & ENSEMBLES

2018 2019 OPUS3ARTISTS.COM


NEW PROJECTS

JUDY GARLAND IN CONCERT “An astonishing achievement, both technically and artistically…the Symphony Hall audience was riveted.” The Boston Globe

RASCASUELOS TANGOS VIVOS

“Powerful, dynamic, lyrical” (La Nación), Rascasuelos presents an explosive visual spectacular combining the ferocity of its seven-piece band with the virtuosity of contemporary tango dancers.

TREY MCLAUGHLIN & THE SOUNDS OF ZAMAR With their expressive vocals and i­ntricate arrangements of c­ ontemporary gospel, Trey McLaughlin and The Sounds Of Zamar is one of the brightest new groups on the gospel scene.


THE VOICE NEW YORK POLYPHONY

“…singers of superb musicianship and vocal allure” The New Yorker

CHANTICLEER

“The singing of Chanticleer is breathtaking in its a­ ccuracy of i­ntonation, purity of blend, ­variety of color and s­ wagger of style.” The Boston Globe

VIENNA BOYS CHOIR

“a superb musical ensemble…[with] clarion sound” Seattle Post-Intelligencer

THE TEN TENORS

“Their sound, though, is what’s truly sexy. The cluster of high voices generates pure electricity and undeniable drama.” Los Angeles Times

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CHRISTMAS IN VIENNA

A program from the beloved Vienna Boys Choir featuring Austrian folk songs, classical m ­ asterpieces, p­ opular songs and holiday favorites.

VOCES8

“Impeccable...They bring a new dimension to the word ‘ensemble’.” Gramophone


THE KNIGHTS

LES VIOLONS DU ROY

August & October, 2018 June 2019

October 11-21, 2018

Colin & Eric Jacobsen, Co-Artistic Directors Eric Jacobsen, Conductor Program BERNSTEIN Candide

PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA September 25-30, 2018 Midwest only

Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Music Director & Conductor Lisa Batiashvili, Violin Program TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto RACHMANINOV Symphonic Dances

NASHVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Jonathan Cohen, Music Director & Conductor

October 15-21, 2018

Anthony Roth Costanzo, Countertenor

Giancarlo Guererro, Music Director & Conductor

Program Handel/Glass Vocal Works Additional orchestral works to be announced HANDEL Amadigi di Gaula, HWV 11: “Pena tiranna” Flavio, Re de’ Langobardi, HWV 16 : “Rompo i lacci” Tolomeo, HWV 25: “Inumano fratel … Stille amare” Regina de’ Langobardi, HWV 19: “Vivi tiranno” GLASS 1000 Airplanes on the Roof: “The Encounter” Monsters of Grace: “In the Arc of Your Mallet” Songs from Liquid Days: Liquid Days, Part 1 Fall of the House of Usher: “How All Living Things Breathe”

Béla Fleck, Banjo

West coast only

Program 1 FLECK “The Imposter”­Concerto for Banjo and Orchestra Commissioned by the Nashville Symphony Orchestra JOHN ADAMS Harmonielehre Program 2 FLECK “The Imposter”­Concerto for Banjo and Orchestra Commissioned by the Nashville Symphony Orchestra BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique, Op. 14

ORCHESTRE RÉVOLUTIONNAIRE ET ROMANTIQUE AND THE MONTEVERDI CHOIR October 8-20, 2018

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Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Music Director & Conductor

2018

All programs subject to change. Photos: Chris Owyoung, Lukas Beck, Michael Garnier, Andy Staples, Paola Evelina, Shai Skiff, Angie Kremer, Simon Fowler, Shervin Lainez, Anima Mundi Festival, Sim Canetty-Clarke, Matthu Placek, Luc Delisle, Sussie Ahlburg. Lisa Batiashvili appears courtesy of HarrisonParrott Ltd. Kirill Karabits appears courtesy of Askonas Holt.


ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

KREMERATA BALTICA

ORCHESTRE D’AUVERGNE

March 7-17 2019

April 1-14, 2019

Feb 2-9, 2019

Gidon Kremer, Artistic Director & Soloist

Roberto Forés Veses, Conductor

Program “Pictures from the East” DESYATNIKOV Wie der Alte Leierman SCHUBERT Fantasy in C Major for Violin and Strings

Program First Half CANTELOUBE Chants d’Auvergne (Songs of the Auvergne) Second Half Option 1: All-French ROUSSEL Sinfonietta Op. 52 HONEGGER Symphonie No. 2 Second Half Option 2: European Composers in America STRAVINSKY Concerto in D KORNGOLD Symphonic Serenade in B-flat Major Second Half Option 3 TCHAIKOVSKY Serenade in C

Zubin Mehta, Music Director & Conductor

RUSSIAN NATIONAL ORCHESTRA Feb 8-March 4, 2019 Mikhail Pletnev, Music Director & Conductor Kirill Karabits, Conductor George Li, Piano Program 1: Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Rachmaninov coming to the United States Opening work TBD RACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 2 RACHMANINOV Symphonic Dances Program 2 Opening work TBD CHOPIN Piano Concerto No. 1 TCHAIKOVSKY Romeo & Juliet

arr.Viktor Kissine

R. SCHUMANN “Bilder aus Osten,” Op. 66 (“Pictures From The East”) arr. F. Herrmann K. STOCKHAUSEN Melodies from “Zodiac”

PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA March 8-20, 2019 Esa-Pekka Salonen, Principal Conductor

Joélle Harvey, Soprano

ACADEMY OF ST. MARTIN IN THE FIELDS February 21 – March 10, 2019 Jeremy Denk, Piano

2019


DANCE

ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER

AILEY II

“During the course of its nearly six decades as a cultural phenomenon, Ailey has created a unique and enduring bond with its audiences.” Chicago Sun-Times

“The entire company looks terrific. Clearly, the future is theirs.” The New York Times

BALLETBOYZ

BILL T. JONES/ARNIE ZANE COMPANY

“This is dance at its most riveting and fearless. “ The Independent

“Moment by moment the Jones/Zane choreography knows how to grab your attention. Pronounced contrasts of dynamics, space, direction and scale proliferate.” The New York Times


Photos: Alvin Ailey’s American Dance Theater’s Michael Jackson, Jr. by Andrew Eccles; Ailey II’s Jessica Amber Pinkett by Kyle Froman; BalletBoyz by Elliott Franks; Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company by Lois Greenfield; Ballet Preljocaj by Jean-Claude Carbonne; New York City Ballet’s Lauren Lovette & Chase Finlay in Polyphonia by Paul Koknik; Joffrey Ballet’s Christine Rocas & Rory Hohenstein by Cheryl Mann; John Carrafa & Sara Rudner in Twyla Tharp’s Nine Sinatra Songs by Richard Avedon, Courtesy of The Richard Avedon Foundation

BALLET PRELJOCAJ

NEW YORK CITY BALLET

“With The Painting on the Wall (La Fresque), one sees how skilled Angelin Preljocaj is at telling stories without compromising any choreographic demands…This well-composed ­metaphor reveals an imagination of b­ eautiful poetic force.” La Terrasse

“The foremost creative ballet troupe in the world.” The New York Times

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JOFFREY BALLET

TYWLA THARP DANCE

“Balletgoing rarely gets more rewarding, and the dancers reach for — and often grasp — new levels of achievement.” Chicago Tribune

“She is an American original. And, for all their hip edginess and carefree lines, her dances at once celebrate and create the best of the American dream.” Kennedy Center Honors


RASCASUELOS TANGOS VIVOS

At the vanguard of the tango ­renaissance is Rascasuelos, a seven-piece orchestra empowered by four dancers who transcend tango, ballet and contemporary dance. It is ­unapologetically raw and emerges from deep within the chaos and recovery that encapsulates the social-historical narrative of Argentina. “Powerful, dynamic, lyrical.” La Nación

TREY MCLAUGHLIN

BRANFORD MARSALIS

AND THE

SOUNDS OF ZAMAR With their expressive vocals and i­ntricate arrangements of ­contemporary gospel, Trey McLaughlin and The Sounds Of Zamar is one of the brightest new groups on the gospel scene.

IMAGO THEATER LA BELLE

BUMPER JACKSONS

This brand new production meshes steam automata “If youpunk, like Dan Hicks and and the His classic Hot tale of Beauty and the Beast. Licks, Asleep at the Wheel and Squirrel Nut Zippers, you’d be wise to check out Bumper Jacksons.” No Depression

AARON DIEHL “Aaron Diehl is an aficionado of the early tradition of jazz piano.” Broadway World

A saxophonist bringing new energy and new audiences to the jazz art, he has refined and expanded his talents and his horizons as a musician, ­composer, bandleader and educator – a 21st Century mainstay of artistic excellence. “Saxophonist Marsalis leads one of the most cohesive, intense small jazz ensembles on the scene today.” Associated Press


EMN Led by classically trained composer/ pianist JooWan Kim, Ensemble Mik Nawooj (EMN), the ten-piece HipHop orchestra, with MCs/lyricists Do D.A.T. and Sandman, injects classical compositional techniques into hip-hop. The result makes “the Kronos Quartet…or the Roots, feel like they’re afraid of their own voice.” Pitchfork

MARIACHI LOS CAMPEROS

HUGH MASEKELA THE HUGH MASEKELA SEXTET 80TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION TOUR

“The performance was a f­estival of sound and color, much like ­mariachi music itself...Mariachi Los Camperos has raised the ­standards of that music to an art form that nonetheless attracts a large f­ollowing of a­ dmirers.”

“...a musician of phenomenal grace and power: intricate and fiery on flugelhorn and still blessed with a voice that can strip the leaves from the trees.” The Independent

The Capital Times

CRISTINA PATO “[LATINA from The Cristina Pato Quartet] explores all kinds of great sounds, textures and rhythms from the Latin world...highly unusual, enormously vital.” NPR

KAYHAN KALHOR “Kalhor is a great master who ­embodies the core principles of this style of music...but then [takes] that tradition to new places.” NPR

JAZZ, CONTEMPORARY & WORLD MUSIC


ROSANNE CASH BLACK LIST RIVER

“Cash matches styles to stories, showing her mastery of Southern music’s many dialects...The overall effect of the album’s gentle turns is rich and deep, like the rivers that define Cash’s trajectory.” NPR Music

PATTI LUPONE

STORM LARGE

DON’T MONKEY WITH BROADWAY

KISS! KISS! BANG! BANG! HOLIDAY ORDEAL

FAR AWAY PLACES

“Storm Large and her band, Le Bonheur, delivered a bold and memorable set of songs that you would be highly unlikely to hear anywhere else...Large dramatically interprets classic jazz, rock, and punk songs with her body, her eyes, her devilish smile, and a truly remarkable voice.” Louisville.com

MATTERS OF THE HEART THE LADY WITH THE TORCH

“The American musical theater’s greatest living star.” San Francisco Chronicle

SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE “Joyously rollicking cross-cultural collaboration” All Songs Considered

ASSAD BROTHERS “…deep musicality, and supple, almost telepathic, guitar duo performances.” San Francisco Classical Voice

JAZZ, CONTEMPORARY & WORLD MUSIC


BÉLA FLECK “Béla Fleck has taken banjo playing to some very unlikely places — not just bluegrass and country and “newgrass,” but also into classical concertos, jazz and a documentary about the banjo’s deep African roots... He’s also baffled the Grammy awards, winning for country and jazz in the same year and also winning in pop, world music, classical crossover and, yes, folk. That’s a lot of t­ erritory for five strings.” The New York Times

THE CHIEFTAINS

MNOZIL BRASS

“Music this beautifully articulated allows cultures to talk to one ­another across time, space,­­language, and other divides.”

“Mnozil Brass is one of the funniest, and most creative, chamber groups on the planet.” Classicalite

AllMusic

IMAGO THEATRE FROGZ

Masters of mime, dance and acrobatics… sure fire…inspired fun! The New York Times

DAN ZANES “...­uncompromising vocal and ­instrumental artistry and a muscular pop beat with an all-embracing, down-style...” Los Angeles Times

Photos: Tibor Bozi, Kevin Kelly, Jon Okon, Fritz Liedtke, Paola Evelina, Palma Kolansky, Michael O. Snyder, Brett Rubin, Ellwyn Kauffman, Greg Sykes, Xan Padron, Clay Patrick McBride, Laura Domela, Axel Dupeux, Fadi Kheir, Liz Linder

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2018-2019 Chamber Music

Duos

All programs subject to change. Žlabys courtesy of Aranjuez Artistic Services, Fellner courtesy of Colbert Artist Management, Tao courtesy of IMG Artists, Weiss courtesy of MKI Artists, Pace courtesy of Nymus Artists.

BENJAMIN BEILMAN ORION WEISS

JOSHUA ROMAN ANDRIUS ŽLABYS

SÉRGIO & ODAIR ASSAD

JOHANNES MOSER TILL FELLNER

BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 1 in D Major, Op. 12 BARTOK Sonata No. 2, Sz. 76 RZEWSKI Music Accord Commission BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 10 in G Major, Op. 96

DEBUSSY Sonata BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 3 ROMAN/ŽLABYS Only Once (An Improvisation) MESSIAEN Louange a l’eternite de Jesus JANÁCEK Pohadka PÄRT Fratres PIAZZOLLA Le Grand Tango

ALBENIZ Cordoba GRANADOS Ocho valses poeticos PIAZZOLLA Bandoneon PIAZZOLLA Zita GISMONTI Palhaco GISMONTI Baiao malandro PERNAMBUCO Interrogando JACOMINO Abismo de rosas SARDINHA Medley POWELL Tempo Feliz BELLINATI Jongo ASSAD Tahhiyya li Ossoulina

“BEETHOVEN VS THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY”

Violin & Piano

OCT 1-21, 2018 MARCH 25-31, 2019

Cello & Piano

Guitar Duo

MARCH 1-12, 2019

NADJA SALERNOSONNENBERG & ANNE-MARIE MCDERMOTT

Cello & Piano

STRAVINSKY Suite Italienne WEBERN Little Pieces for Cello & Piano, Op. 11 BEETHOVEN Cello Sonata No. 4, Op. 102, No. 1 in C Major DEBUSSY Sonata for Cello and Piano WEBERN Little Pieces for Cello & Piano, Op. 11 (Repeated) BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 5, Op. 102, No. 2 in D Major

FEBRUARY 25-MARCH 6 2019

SHAI WOSNER JENNIFER KOH

ALEXI KENNEY RENANA GUTMAN

STEFAN JACKIW CONRAD TAO

SAMPLE PROGRAM

DEBUSSY Sonata in G minor, L. 140 KURTAG Tre Pezzi RAVEL Sonata for Violin and Piano SAARIAHO Tocar FAURÉ Sonata No. 1 in A Major, Op. 13

BACH Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006 GEORGE CRUMB Four Nocturnes (Night Music II) SCHUBERT Fantasy in C Major, D. 934 SALONEN Lachen verlernt RESPIGHI Violin Sonata in B Minor

STRAVINSKY Suite Italienne LUTOSLAWSKI Partita SAARIAHO Nocturne in Memory of Lutoslawski (solo violin) BRAHMS Sonata No. 1

KATIA & MARIELLE LABÈQUE

SIMONE PORTER HSIN-I HUANG

GIL SHAHAM AKIRA EGUCHI

SHAI WOSNER ORION WEISS

STRAVINSKY The Rite of Spring BERNSTEIN West Side Story for 2 Pianos and Percussion

MOZART Sonata for Violin and Piano in F Major, K 376 JANACEK Sonata for Violin and Piano SALONEN Lachen Verlernt (Solo Violin) BRAHMS Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108

KREISLER Preludium and Allegro PROKOFIEV 5 Melodies, Op. 35 FRANCK Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano BACH Partita No. 3 in E Major for Solo Violin SAINT-SAENS Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso DORMAN Nigunim

DAVID LANG Gravity SCHUBERT Grand Duo in C Major for Piano, Four Hands DAVID LANG After Gravity BRAHMS Sonata in F minor for 2 Pianos

Violin & Piano

BACH Sonata in F minor, BWV. 1018 STRAVINSKY Suite Italienne BACH Sonata in E Major, BWV. 1016 STRAUSS Sonata in E-flat Major, Op. 18

Piano Duo

NOVEMBER 11-18, 2018

Piano & Violin

Violin & Piano

SARAH CHANG JULIO ELIZALDE

LEONIDAS KAVAKOS ENRICO PACE

BARTOK Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 56 BRAHMS Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108 FRANCK Sonata in A Major, FWV 8

A classical program that will also incorporate romantic and contemporary repertoire.

Violin & Piano

Violin & Piano

Violin & Piano

Violin & Piano

JANUARY 14 - FEBRUARY 3, 2019

Piano Duo

MARCH 1-10, 2019

Violin & Piano

JANUARY 23-FEBRUARY 9, 2019

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2018-2019 Chamber Music

Chamber Orchestras

All programs subject to change.

THE KNIGHTS

AUGUST & OCTOBER, 2018 JUNE 2019

COLIN & ERIC JACOBSEN, CO-ARTISTIC DIRECTORS ERIC JACOBSEN, CONDUCTOR

CANDIDE

SEMI-STAGED AND CONCERT VERSIONS AVAILABLE

The Knights reimagine Bernstein’s b­aroque romp as a one-ring circus tent, where the ­glamour and underlying pathos of the ­carnival world provides a new context in which to ­explore the humor in violence, the hope in ­tragedy, and the blurred line b­ etween p­ erformance and reality. Featuring the d ­ ynamite ­collaborative team of director ­Alison Moritz, ­choreographer John ­Heginbotham, production ­ designer Aaron Copp, and ­ costume designer Amanda Seymour, ­under the r­ ingmaster himself, Eric Jacobsen. “It is a joy to see such deeply committed music making” Washington Post

LES VIOLONS DU ROY

OCTOBER 11-21, 2018

JONATHAN COHEN, MUSIC DIRECTOR ANTHONY ROTH COSTANZO, COUNTERTENOR HANDEL/GLASS VOCAL PROGRAM

ADDITIONAL ORCHESTRAL WORKS TO BE ANNOUNCED HANDEL

Amadigi di Gaula, HWV 11: “Pena tiranna” Flavio, Re de’ Langobardi, HWV 16 : “Rompo i lacci” Tolomeo, HWV 25: “Inumano fratel … Stille amare” Regina de’ Langobardi, HWV 19: “Vivi tiranno” GLASS

1000 Airplanes on the Roof: “The Encounter” Monsters of Grace: “In the Arc of Your Mallet” Songs from Liquid Days: Liquid Days, Part 1 Fall of the House of Usher: “How All Living Things Breathe”

KREMERATA BALTICA

MARCH 7-17, 2019

GIDON KREMER, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR AND VIOLIN

“PICTURES FROM THE EAST” PROGRAM

DESYATNIKOV Wie der Alte Leierman SCHUBERT Fantasy in C Major for Violin and Strings arr. Viktor Kissine R. SCHUMANN “Bilder aus Osten,” Op. 66 (Pictures From The East) arr. F. Herrmann K. STOCKHAUSEN Melodies from “Zodiac”

Gidon Kremer has never shied away from ­connecting art and politics. Focused on and around “Pictures from the East” by Robert Schumann, this new ­program offers an unusual encounter with the works of Syrian sculptor Nizar Ali Badr. Short audio-visual inserts placed ­ between movements serve as a modern ­contrast to the classical composition. ­According to Badr, his unique language of pebble sculptures should “spread ­happiness and love amid war, destruction, death, migration, exodus, chaos, poverty and ­injustice.” “It’s a statement for our time,” Mr. Kremer said. “It’s a joint statement of two artists who speak about the same subject: political o ­ ppression, people in power and people in trouble.” Photos: Shervin Lainez, David Cannon, Marco Borggreve, Matthu Placek, Paolo Pellegrin, Michael Wilson, Hayley Young, Fadi Kheir, Sarah Wijzenbeek, Benjamin Ealovega, Kristin Hoebermann, Matteo Trisolini, Juergen Frank, Yang Bao, Giorgia Bertazzi, Jacob Blickenstaff, Umberto Nicoletti, Luke Ratray, Colin Bell, Jeffrey Fasano, Erin Baiano, Christie Goodwin, Chris Gloag, Paul Stuart, Shayne Gray, Sophie Zhai, Chris Lee


2018-2019 Chamber Music

BROOKLYN RIDER

THE MONTROSE TRIO

Trios, Quartets, Ensembles

Hailed as “the future of chamber ­music” (Strings), Brooklyn Rider offers eclectic r­epertoire in gripping performances that a­ttract legions ­ of fans and draw rave reviews from classical, world, and rock critics alike. “They are four classical musicians performing with the energy of young rock stars jamming on their guitars, a ­Beethoven-goes-indie foray into making classical ­music a­ ccessible but also celebrating why it was good in the first place.” Pittsburgh Post-­Gazette

AVITAL MEETS AVITAL

Renowned former members of the Tokyo String Quartet, violinist Martin Beaver and ­ cellist Clive Greensmith, team up with pianist Jon ­Kimura Parker for an exciting piano trio. “Their performance delivered absolutely top-notch ­ music-making...[The Montrose Trio] are poised to become one of the top piano trios in the world…” The Washington Post

CALIDORE STRING QUARTET

Sergey Khachatryan appears courtesy of Askonas Holt. JACK Quartet appear courtesy of Colbert Artist Management. Luca Pisaroni appears courtesy of IMG Artists, New York.

APRIL 1-14, 2019

The classical mandolin player Avi Avital meets an ­ equally b­rilliant p­artner in the jazz bassist and composer Omer A­vital. Avital Meets ­Avital is the fruit of an intensely c­reative ­ musical conversation that draws on their d ­ ­ivergent paths and ­Jewish ­Moroccan roots. This ­music is a ­journey to ­uncover a shared past, in a ­creative blend of ­Moroccan beats, Israeli h­armonies, a ­classical ­sensibility and jazz ­improvisation. Their ­chamber-like interaction, along with jazz piano and ­ percussion, tells a story of self-discovery that is as intimately personal as it is universal.

With a reputation for i­nformed, polished, and passionate ­ performances, the Calidore String Quartet received the 2017 Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Award, the 2016 inaugural M-Prize from the International Chamber Music Competition, and a 2016 ­Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship becoming the first North American ensemble to win the prestigious career grant. In addition to quartet programs they will be ­touring with pianist Inon Barnatan and oboist Cristina Gómez Godoy.


NO TENORS ALLOWED

JOSHUA ROMAN JACK QUARTET

No tenors are needed when Thomas Hampson and Luca Pisaroni are on the stage together! The father and son-in-law duo present an exciting ­evening that combines Pisaroni’s dark p­ owerful bass-baritone with Hampson’s famous l­yrical ­baritone. As diverse as they are entertaining, the duo can offer a full evening of opera aria ­highlights with orchestra or a lighter program of opera and musical theater hits with piano.

TRANSFIGURED NIGHTS

Joshua Roman, “a cellist of bold c­haracter and poetic grace,” (The Cleveland Plain Dealer) and "superheroes of the new music world," ­(Boston Globe) the JACK Quartet p­resent a diverse program that includes a ­ ­ commission from Roman, “Tornado” alongside other works by ­ Julia Wolfe, Carlo Gesualdo, Jefferson ­Friedman and more.

NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC STRING QUARTET

MAY 2-12, 2019

Four transcendent musicians on one ­explosive stage. Pianist Inon Barnatan, ­ Violinist ­ Sergey Khachatryan, Cellist Alisa Weilerstein, and Percussionist Colin Currie, along with two ­ ­additional percussionists, have created a program that explores works by Beethoven, Schoenberg and Shostakovich which have been transcribed. Transfigured Nights ­includes a mix of t­ ranscribers that were ­ either the ­ composers themselves, friends of the c­ omposers, or admirers, including Alisa ­Weilerstein herself.

The New York Philharmonic String ­Quartet comprises four Principal musicians from the ­ Orchestra. The group formed during the ­ Philharmonic’s 175th anniversary s­eason and ­ made its d ­ebut as the solo ensemble in John ­Adams’s ­Absolute Jest in New York in March 2017. All four members are multiple prize winners, have appeared as concerto ­soloists around the world, and have appeared ­frequently in the ­New York Philharmonic’s chamber music ­series.


RECITALS

Instrumentalists and vocalists available for recitals in the 2018-2019 season. For our complete roster of world renowned soloists visit opus3artists.com.

PIANO

Emanuel Ax Sergei Babayan Inon Barnatan Jonathan Biss Yefim Bronfman Jeremy Denk Aaron Diehl Joseph Kalichstein Denis Kozhukhin George Li Nikolai Lugansky Anne-Marie McDermott Garrick Ohlsson Alexandre Tharaud Daniil Trifonov ^ Llyr Williams Shai Wosner

DUO PIANO

Katia & Marielle Labèque

VIOLIN

Adele Anthony Benjamin Beilman Sarah Chang Chee-Yun Isabelle Faust Pamela Frank Miriam Fried Caroline Goulding Stefan Jackiw Leonidas Kavakos Alexi Kenney Jennifer Koh Gidon Kremer Cho-Liang Lin Simone Porter Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg Gil Shaham

CELLO

Yo-Yo Ma Edgar Moreau Johannes Moser Joshua Roman Alisa Weilerstein

Photos: Lisa Cuscuna, Harald Hoffmann, Julien Mignot, Joshua Spencer, Dario Acosta, Matthu Placek, Felix Broede, Juergen Frank, Brigitte Lacombe, Benjamin Ealovega, Marco Borggreve, Simon Fowler, Youngho Kang, Linda Nylund, Manfred Esser-Haenssler

FLUTE

Emmanuel Pahud

OBOE

Cristina Gómez Godoy

SAXOPHONE Branford Marsalis

GUITAR

Sérgio & Odair Assad

MANDOLIN Avi Avital

PERCUSSION Colin Currie

SOPRANOS Lisette Oropesa Patricia Racette

MEZZOSOPRANOS Stephanie Blythe Michelle DeYoung

TENORS

Ian Bostridge Bryan Hymel Brian Jagde Nicholas Phan

COUNTERTENOR Anthony Roth Costanzo

BARITONES Nathan Gunn Thomas Hampson Lucas Meachem

BASS-BARITONE Christian Van Horn

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