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park avenue armory presents

Season Program

the xx March 19 — 29

“A triumph of radical choreography and staging … [while] retaining the mystery of a unique, extraordinary experience.” — The Guardian (London)

The xx has made big noises across the pop landscape while barely raising their voices above an ear-grazing whisper. Their poignant, minimalist music is a tribute to their unflinching drive for originality, which has ensured their position as one of the most in-demand bands of our time.

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Photo: Jamie James Medina

After headlining major festivals and huge outdoor venues like Coachella and Lollapalooza and sold-out runs at quintessential venues like Radio City Music Hall, the Mercury Prize-winning trio comes to the Armory for a much more intimate experience. Defying perceptions of a traditional concert, the xx creates a site-specific environment to delve into uncharted levels of depth in their sound where dark and light collide as the memory of the outside world falls away. This uniquely voyeuristic and deeply personal setting is the perfect oasis for the band to perform, while in the process redefining their music and their relationship to the audience that surrounds them.



wednesday, march 19 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm

march 20–29 see the season-at-a-glance on page 16 for details. tickets: $55

Originally commissioned by Manchester International Festival

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kenneth branagh and alex kingston in

M ac b e t h may 31 — june 22

“«««««” “A triumph … which will go down as one of the Scottish Play’s great revivals.” — The Daily Telegraph (UK)

“Fast, furious and unstoppable … this Macbeth [knocks] the breath out of everyone, audience included.” — The New York Times Shakespeare’s classic tale of ambition and treachery gets a thrilling new life in the U.S. premiere of the electrifying production by Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh, following its acclaimed sold-out run at the Manchester International Festival in England. Kenneth Branagh, in his first Shakespeare performance in more than a decade, is joined by Alex Kingston, in their highly-anticipated New York stage debuts, as the once great leader and his adored wife, who incites him to sell his soul in the quest for greater power. Utilizing the Armory’s unique space and military history, this audacious staging brings to life one of Shakespeare’s most powerful tragedies in an intensely physical, fast-paced production that places the audience directly on the sidelines of battle. Blood, sweat, and the elements of nature can be directly felt as the action unfurls across a traverse stage, with heaven beckoning at one end and hell looming at the other.



saturday, may 31 at 8:00pm monday, june 2 at 7:00pm tuesday, june 3 at 7:00pm wednesday, june 4 at 7:00pm

june 5–22 see the season-at-a-glance on page 16 for details.

for ticketing information, visit Support for this production has been provided by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and by Susan and Elihu Rose. Commissioned and produced by Park Avenue Armory and Manchester International Festival

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Th e Pass e nge r july 10 —13

“In Mieczyslaw Weinberg’s holocaust opera The Passenger, we have one of the most unflinching engagements with this subject ever made.” — The Daily Telegraph (UK) An encounter between two women — one a former Auschwitz guard, the other a former inmate of the female barracks — aboard an ocean liner plunges them both back into the horrors of the Holocaust, pitting perpetrator against victim in a moral battle between guilt and denial, retribution and absolution. Based on the semi-autobiographical novel Pasazerkaby by Auschwitz survivor Zofia Posmysz, exiled Polish-Jewish composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg’s opera is an astonishing account of the horrors of World War II and the unshakable hold that memories and torment from that time can have, even today. Visionary director David Pountney brilliantly stages this landmark work, taking audiences on a voyage from the stylish deck of the luxury liner to the squalor of a Nazi death camp where cruelty, despair, and unspeakable courage are evident in equal measure. Conductor Patrick Summers leads the Houston Grand Opera Orchestra and Chorus through Weinberg’s emotionally-searing score, which had been banned by Soviet authorities upon its completion in 1968, resurfacing for its first full staging some 40 years later and only now makes its eagerly-awaited New York premiere.

performances thursday, july 10 at 7:30pm saturday, july 12 – sunday, july 13 at 7:30pm tickets start at $45 Nightly prelude concerts of Weinberg’s chamber music will be performed by the ARC Ensemble at 6:00pm in the Board of Officers Room. Free to ticket holders of that evening’s performance. Co-presented by Park Avenue Armory and Lincoln Center Festival The Passenger is a co-production of Bregenzer Festispiele, Teatr Wieki, English National Opera and Teatro Real.

Photo: Karl Forster

Houston Grand Opera’s performances of The Passenger in New York are generously underwritten by Bill and Sara Morgan and Amanda and Morris Gelb.

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s t. m at t h ew Pas s i o n october 7 — 8

“Astonishing … I challenge you not to be an emotional wreck by the end of it.” — The Guardian (London) Regarded as one of the quintessential masterpieces of classical sacred music, Bach’s revered account of Christ’s Passion from the Gospel of Matthew is detailed through sublimely beautiful music that is eloquent and profoundly moving, both in its humanity and spirituality. While a highlight of concert seasons and festivals around the world for more than 150 years, Bach’s final and most dramatic Passion was never intended to be staged. Renowned for his highly original takes on operatic works, Peter Sellars ritualizes this magnificent masterpiece to create a communal grieving process while illuminating Bach’s unmatched gift for presenting both deep hardship and the possibility of transcendence. This radically inclusive approach eliminates the separation between artist and audience — there are no spectators, only observers and participants —with musicians and singers moving amongst each other. Hailed as “the single most important thing we ever did here” by Simon Rattle when the production premiered at the Berlin Philharmonie in 2010, Rattle again leads the Berliner Philharmoniker, a cast of superb singers including Mark Padmore and Christian Gerhaher, and extensive choral forces for the U.S. premiere of this epic production.

Performances tuesday, october 7– wednesday, october 8 at 7:00pm for ticketing information, visit Co-presented by Park Avenue Armory and Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival The Berliner Philharmoniker residency in New York City is made possible by a leadership gift from the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation, and Marina Kellen French.

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douglas gordon & hélène grimaud

tears become… streams become… december 9 — january 4

“[Douglas Gordon is] … one of the most prominent artists of his generation.” — The Guardian (UK) “[Hélène] Grimaud doesn’t sound like most pianists: she is a rubato artist, a reinventor of phrasings, a taker of chances.” — The New Yorker Turner Prize-winning artist Douglas Gordon and acclaimed pianist Hélène Grimaud come together to explore the beauty of water, a primal force of nature that can change like the tides and has long been a muse for artists throughout history in a wide array of art forms. Gordon takes this elemental inspiration to create a large-scale installation utilizing the great expanse of the Wade Thompson Drill Hall, on which Grimaud will perform a program of water-themed works by Debussy, Ravel, Liszt, and others, creating a confluence of live music and visual art that allows audiences to experience this celebrated music in a refreshingly new way. The installation will be open to the public in addition to performance times for further reflection.



december 9– january 4 tuesday– wednesday: 12:00pm– 6:00pm thursday: 12:00pm– 8:00pm friday­– saturday: 12:00pm– 6:00pm sunday: 11:00pm– 5:00pm

december 9– 21 tuesday at 8:00pm wednesday at 8:00pm friday at 8:00pm saturday at 8:00pm sunday at 7:00pm

see the season-at-a-glance on page 17 for holiday hours.

tickets start at $45

tickets: $15 (free for Park Avenue Armory members Photo Credit: Mr. Doomits/Shutterstock

and ticket holders of that day’s performance)

Commissioned by Park Avenue Armory With support of the British Council

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Photo: Stephanie Berger.

Vilde Frang and Michail Lifits perform in the Board of Officers Room

r e c i tal series “With the exquisite renovation of the Board of Officers room … [Park Avenue Armory] now has a space for chamber music, which marries excellent acoustics and an austerely elegant Gilded Age interior… [creating] an atmosphere of luxury and concentration.” — The New York Times

A subtle environment that dramatically counters the awe-inspiring proportions and vast space of the Wade Thompson Drill Hall, the newly reopened Board of Officers Room is the latest achievement in Park Avenue Armory’s ongoing restoration that “seems destined to set a new standard, not so much for its scale, but for its level of respect and imagination” (The New York Times). This splendid space is the ideal setting for performances of chamber works, with the pristine acoustics and intimate scale originally intended by many composers. This season, we feature signal works from the classical music repertoire spanning more than 250 years, performed by intrepid interpreters from New York and abroad.


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I gor L evit, piano March 12 ­— 13

“Levit’s recital revealed the links between Beethoven’s [sonatas] and hailed the emergence of an exciting new talent.” — The Guardian (London)

Photo: Felix Broede / Sony Classics

All-Beethoven Program Piano Sonata in E, Op.109 Piano Sonata in A flat, Op.110 Piano Sonata in C minor, Op.111

With a recent five-star performance at Queen Elizabeth Hall that “shows he is set to be one of this century’s big names” (The Telegraph, UK), pianist Igor Levit makes his North American recital debut with a program of Beethoven’s most cherished sonatas performed in the most intimate of settings. Wednesday, March 12 at 8:00pm Thursday, March 13 at 8:00pm tickets: $35

F LU X Q uartet APRIL 26

“The Flux members approached their work with utmost seriousness, performing with painstaking care and utter conviction… proof that Feldman’s legacy is in good hands.” — The New York Times

Photo: Iannis Delatolas

Morton Feldman String Quartet No. 2

The FLUX Quartet has “established its credentials as one of the most fearless and important new-music ensembles around,” playing with “precision and tenderness” (San Francisco Chronicle). Hailed by Alex Ross as “legendary for its furiously committed, untiring performances,” the intrepid ensemble brings their remarkable skill and passion to Morton Feldman’s String Quartet No. 2, a six-hour feat of endurance and transcendence for both performers and audience alike. Saturday, April 26 at 3:00pm tickets: $40

I S T VÁ N VÁ R D A I , C E L LO MAY 21 ­— 22

“István Várdai is a special kind of genius... with perfect intonation, ample interpretation, impeccable tempo — in short, he is an incredible virtuoso.” — Parlando

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All-Bach Program Cello Suite No.1 in G Major, BWV 1007 Cello Suite No.5 in C Minor, BWV 1011 Cello Suite No.6 in D Major, BWV 1012

Thought to be some of the most beautiful and important compositions ever written for cello, Bach’s suites for unaccompanied cello are a collection of dances, each prefaced by a searching prelude. Cellist István Várdai makes his North American recital debut in a survey of these lauded works, from the open serenity of the G major to the powerful radiance of the D major, known as a “symphony for solo cello.” Wednesday, May 21 at 8:00pm Thursday, May 22 at 8:00pm tickets: $25

A nna Lucia R ichter , soprano october 2 ­— 6

“A wonderfully light, floating, luminous intonation with tender expressiveness. Singing as in a prayer: making one want to bend down on one’s knees in adoration.” — Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) All-Wolf Program

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The songs of Hugo Wolf offer some of the greatest challenges in the entire lieder repertory for rising singers and vocal veterans alike, both for their nuanced musical subtlety and their complex interaction between prose and music. German soprano Anna Lucia Richter comes to the Board of Officers Room to interpret these glittering vocal works in her U.S. recital debut. Thursday, October 2 at 8:00pm Saturday, October 4 at 8:00pm Monday, October 6 at 8:00pm tickets: $25

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o t h e r h a p p e n i n g s at t h e a r m o r y UNDER CONSTRUCTION SERIES “The moment I learned I’d been granted an Armory residency, I felt like Little Orphan Annie when she first arrives at Daddy Warbucks’s mansion.” — former Artist-in-Residence Young Jean Lee Get an inside look into the creative process of the Armory’s artists-in-residence, who set up studios and offer intimate public previews of works-in-progress, including dance, theater, music, and visual art. The Armory’s period rooms provide a unique backdrop for their workshops, serving as both inspiration and as a collaborator in the development of their work. Previous artists-in-residence have included director and designer Julian Crouch, choreographer Faye Driscoll, soprano Lauren Flanigan, artist Ralph Lemon, maverick musician and composer Meredith Monk, post-classical string quartet ETHEL, playwright and director Young Jean Lee, performance artist Okwui Okpokwasili, Shen Wei Dance Arts, and singer/songwriter Somi.

ARMORY AFTER HOURS Salon culture has enlivened art since the 19th century, when friends gathered in elegant chambers to hear intimate performances and share artistic insights. Join us following performances for libations with fellow attendees as we revive this tradition in our historic period rooms. You may also get to talk with the evening’s artists, who often greet friends and audience members following their performances.

FAMILY PROGRAMS Park Avenue Armory invites parents and children to participate in interactive art-making workshops in our historic rooms. Drawing upon the Armory’s castle-like setting and unique programmatic offerings, these programs are offered monthly during the school year and designed to spark the imagination of children of all ages.

Artist Talks Held in our historic period rooms, these insightful dialogues give audiences the opportunity to hear directly from the artists, and explore the inspirations, ideas, and themes behind their work.

MALKIN LECTURE SERIES Each fall, the popular Malkin Lecture Series presents scholars and experts on topics relating to the Armory and the civic, cultural, and aesthetic life of New York City in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Lecture topics have ranged from history makers like Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt to Gilded Age society’s favorite restaurants and the Hudson River painters.

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Tim Crouch performs his I, Peaseblossom in the Board of Officers Room for young audiences

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2014 se a son at-a- g l a nce IGOR LEVIT, PIANO


March 12—13 Board of Officers Room

may 31— June 22 Wade Thompson Drill Hall

wednesday, march 12 at 8:00pm thursday, march 13 at 8:00pm

saturday, may 31 at 8:00pm (preview)

tickets: $35

the x x march 19— 29 Wade Thompson Drill Hall wednesday, march 19 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm (previews) thursday, march 20 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm friday, march 21 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm saturday, march 22 at 6:00pm, 8:00pm & 10:00pm sunday, march 23 at 6:00pm, 8:00pm & 10:00pm monday, march 24 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm tuesday, march 25 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm wednesday, march 26 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm thursday, march 27 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm friday, march 28 at 8:00pm & 10:00pm saturday, march 29 at 6:00pm, 8:00pm & 10:00pm tickets: $55

FLUX QUARTET April 26 Board of Officers Room saturday, april 26 at 3:00pm tickets: $40


monday, june 2 at 7:00pm (preview) tuesday, june 3 at 7:00pm (preview) wednesday, june 4 at 7:00pm (preview) thursday, june 5 at 6:30pm friday, june 6 at 8:00pm saturday, june 7 at 8:00pm sunday, june 8 at 2:00pm tuesday, june 10 at 7:00pm wednesday, june 11 at 7:00pm thursday, june 12 at 7:00pm friday, june 13 at 8:00pm saturday, june 14 at 8:00pm sunday, june 15 at 2:00pm tuesday, june 17 at 7:00pm wednesday, june 18 at 7:00pm thursday, june 19 at 7:00pm friday, june 20 at 8:00pm saturday, june 21 at 8:00pm sunday, june 22 at 2:00pm for ticketing information, visit

the passenger july 10 —13 Wade Thompson Drill Hall thursday, july 10 at 7:30pm saturday, july 12 at 7:30pm sunday, july 13 at 7:30pm

May 21—22 Board of Officers Room

tickets start at $45

wednesday, may 21 at 8:00pm thursday, may 22 at 8:00pm

Anna Lucia R ichter, soprano

tickets: $25

october 2—6 Board Of Officers Room thursday, october 2 at 8:00pm saturday, october 4 at 8:00pm monday, october 6 at 8:00pm tickets: $25

how to buy

st. matthew passion october 7 — 8 Wade Thompson Drill Hall (212) 933–5812

tuesday, october 7 at 7:00pm wednesday, october 8 at 7:00pm

monday–friday, 10:00am–6:00pm

for ticketing information, visit

Tickets on sale now for The xx, Macbeth, tears become … streams become …, and the Recital Series. Visit, for additional information about The Passenger and St. Matthew Passion.

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A per-ticket service fee applies to all phone and web sales. All tickets for performing arts events will incur a facility fee of $2.00 per ticket which is used to maintain and preserve Park Avenue Armory.

douglas gordon & hélène grimaud december 9 — january 4 Wade Thompson Drill Hall installation tuesday–wednesday: 12:00pm–6:00pm thursday: 12:00pm–8:00pm friday–saturday: 12:00pm–6:00pm sunday: 11:00pm–5:00pm wednesday, december 24: 12:00pm–4:00pm wednesday, december 31: 12:00pm–4:00pm closed christmas day tickets: $15 (free for Park Avenue Armory members and ticket holders of that day’s performance)

performances tuesday, december 9 at 8:00pm wednesday, december 10 at 8:00pm friday, december 12 at 8:00pm saturday, december 13 at 8:00pm sunday, december 14 at 7:00pm tuesday, december 16 at 8:00pm wednesday, december 17 at 8:00pm friday, december 19 at 8:00pm saturday, december 20 at 8:00pm sunday, december 21 at 7:00pm tickets start at $45

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Leonardo’s Last Supper: A Vision By Peter Greenaway DECEMBER 2010-JANUARY 2011

“The most impressive interior in New York City.” — New York Magazine Photo: James Ewing


“The wonder of the armory is that its installations can become ecosystems of their own within its massive chamber.” Photo: Stephanie Berger

— The Economist

Merce Cunningham Dance Company final performance, December 2011

“Subtle, no; Awesome, yes.” — The New Yorker Stephanie Berger

Ann Hamilton’s the Event of a thread DECEMBER 2012-JANUARY 2013

“Park Avenue Armory has arrived as the most important new cultural institution in New York City.” Photo: James Ewing

— The New York Times

Massive Attack V Adam Curtis, September – October 2013

“A favored space for grand avant-garde productions.” — The New Yorker Stephanie Berger

Shen Wei Dance Arts responds to Ernesto Neto’s anthropodino, June 2009

“The drill hall has lately become a playground for artists of outsized imaginations.” Photo: James Ewing

— The Financial Times (London)

Die Soldaten, presented by Lincoln Center Festival and the Ruhr Triennial in association with the Armory, July 2008

“Impresarios, directors and conductors are salivating at the possibilities.” Photo: James Ewing

— The New York Times

di scov e r t h e a r mory Part industrial shed, part American palace, Park Avenue Armory is dedicated to the development and presentation of work in the visual and performing arts that can not be mounted in traditional museums and performance halls and would otherwise not be seen in New York City. These unconventional works shatter traditional expectations by allowing artists to freely create and audiences to freely consume their work in an entirely new way.

historic interiors TOURS “[The Armory contains] the single most important collection of nineteenth century interiors to survive intact in one building.”

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— New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission


Get an insider’s look at the Armory with a guided walking tour of the building with our staff historian. From the soaring 55,000-square-foot Drill Hall to the extraordinary interiors designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Stanford White, Herter Brothers, and others, see rooms not regularly open to the public and learn about the design plans by acclaimed architects Herzog & de Meuron.

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v i s i t t h e a r mory LOCATION


Park Avenue Armory is located at 643 Park Avenue between 66th and 67th Streets. The wheelchair accessible entry is on Lexington Avenue.

All performances have wheelchair-accessible seating. Call (212) 933-5812 for more information and to make accommodations.

To Get Here by Subway: You can reach Park Avenue Armory on the 6 train at 68th Street/Hunter College or the F train at 63rd Street/Lexington Avenue.

For individuals requiring assisted access, a sidewalk level entrance is available on Lexington Avenue, midway between East 66th and 67th streets. Arrangements can be made prior to your arrival by calling the main security desk at (212) 616-3950 ext 1.

To Get Here by Bus: You can take the M101, M102, or M103 (limited and local) to 68th Street and Lexington Avenue; M66 to Park Avenue and 68th Street.

PARKING There are several parking garages within the vicinity of the Armory. Go to for details.


Support for Park Avenue Armory’s artistic season has been generously provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Booth Ferris Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Marc Haas Foundation, the Leon Levy Foundation, the May and Samuel Rudin Foundation, the Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation, and the Isak and Rose Weinman Foundation.

joi n t h e a r mory MEMBERSHIP


Become a member of Park Avenue Armory and support the presentation of epic, unconventional arts and educational programming in the Armory’s landmarked building. Members have access to the best seats for Armory productions during exclusive presales, and are invited to experience the Armory and its artists through preview parties, open rehearsals, membersonly viewing hours, building tours, and open houses.

All benefits of the Supporter membership plus:

FRIEND $100 » Exclusive access to the best seats for Armory performances through members-only presales

» Free admission for two additional guests to Armory visual art installations » Access to VIP lounge in one of the Armory’s historic rooms during performance intermissions » Recognition in Armory printed programs » One additional complimentary pass to an art fair**

BENEFACTOR $1,000 All benefits of the Associate membership plus:

» Invitations to opening night previews for Armory visual art installations

» Members concierge ticket service

» Free admission to Armory visual art installations

* for same production; subject to ticket availability **certain restrictions apply

» Discounts on tickets for Artist Talks » Invitations to select open rehearsals » Special members-only viewing hours for select installations » Invitation to the annual Members event » 10% discount on merchandise sold during Armory productions » Discount on tickets to the Malkin Lecture Series » Free admission for guided tours of the Armory

» Two complimentary tickets to the Under Construction Series

ARMORY AVANT-GARDE $350 or $600 This exciting group invites forward-thinking individuals in their 20’s through early 40’s to experience new, surprising, and innovative ideas in art, and provides access to the Armory and its artists through exclusive events designed for younger supporters.

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE Starting at $2,500

FAMILY CIRCLE $225 All benefits of the Friend membership plus: » Pre-registration for educational workshops » Special access to Artist Talks and tours Benefits extend to children in household under 18 years of age.

Members of this exclusive group are provided unique and intimate opportunities to experience the Armory, including invitations to private tours and VIP receptions with world-class artists; priority seating and concierge ticket service; and an invitation for two to the annual Chairman’s Circle reception. Memberships are subject to various levels of tax deductibility. For more information about membership, please email, call (212) 616-3952 or visit

SUPPORTER $250 All benefits of the Family Circle membership plus: » Up to two ticket exchanges per season* » One complimentary pass to an art fair** Alex Poots, Artistic Director board of directors Co-Chairman Elihu Rose, PhD. Co-Chairman Adam R. Flatto President and Executive Producer Rebecca Robertson

Marina Abramović William A. Ackman Harrison M. Bains Kent L. Barwick Wendy Belzberg Carolyn Brody Cora Cahan Hélène Comfort Renaud Dutreil Sanford B. Ehrenkranz Michael Field

David Fox Marjorie L. Hart Karl Katz Edward G. Klein Ken Kuchin Stephen Lash Pablo Legorreta Ralph Lemon Burt Manning Heidi McWilliams David S. Moross

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Gwendolyn Adams Norton Joel I. Picket Joel Press Genie H. Rice Janet C. Ross Jeffrey Silverman Emanuel Stern Angela E. Thompson Donald J. Toumey Founding Chairman, 2000-2009 Wade F.B. Thompson


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Igor Levit, piano March 12—13

The xx

March 19­­— 29

flux Quartet april 26


Macbeth may 31 ­­­­—june 22 The Passenger July 10­­— 13

Anna Lucia R ichter , soprano october 2­­—6 St. Matthew Passion October 7­­— 8

tears become… streams become… December 9­­— january 4

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2014 Season Brochure  

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