A highly individualistic musician, “revelatory” (Independent, UK) renowned German pianist Christian Zacharias presents a one-night only recital of beloved repertoire encompassing two Beethoven sonatas, Schubert’s sparkling Moments musicaux, and the fantastical Kreisleriana, Schumann’s aural portrait of E.T.A. Hoffman’s fictitious mad conductor.
Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall
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Tomorrow, we’ll unveil the 2014-15 season of Great Performers concerts and events at Lincoln Center. Stay tuned….
Have a favorite Brandenburg Concerto? There’s a good chance that the the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra will perform them at Alice Tully Hall on February 5.
The Gramophone Award–winning Freiburg Baroque Orchestra returns to Lincoln Center to perform Bach’s complete Brandenburg Concertos, perhaps the finest compositions of the Baroque era. True to 18th-century performance practice, the conductorless ensemble employs authentic period instruments to construct the six concertos’ daring scoring, unveiling trumpet flourishes, robust woodwinds, and soaring solo violin along the way.
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(Photo: Marco Borggreve)
Kick off your Sunday morning with a little music, some reed music in fact. This weekend, Lincoln Center’s Great Performers series presents its next Sunday Morning Coffee Concert, featuring the Amsterdam-based Calefax Reed Quintet, performing Bach’s Goldberg Variations. Learn more here.
(Photo: Oliver Boekhoorn)