Sunday Morning Coffee Concerts: Afiara Quartet

Sunday morning. Coffee. Great music.

The former resident quartet of The Juilliard School, Afiara Quartet sojourns from its current home in Toronto to New York to present an early piece by free-spirited Danish composer Carl Nielsen. The work is paired with Dvořák’s String Quartet No. 10, known for its folk-inspired Slavic themes. Join the artists for coffee and refreshments following the performance. Learn more here about this concert on Sunday, March 16: http://bit.ly/P5vuUs

Sunday Morning Coffee Concert with Calefax Reed Quintet

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)

Start off your Sunday morning with bagels, coffee and a live performance by two great pianists, Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung, here at Lincoln Center, as they perform works by Stravinsky and Piazzola. This Sunday’s concert begins at 10:30am, find out more here.

Start off your Sunday morning with bagels, coffee and a live performance by two great pianists, Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung, here at Lincoln Center, as they perform works by Stravinsky and Piazzola. This Sunday’s concert begins at 10:30am, find out more here.

Sunday Morning Coffee Concerts Return

imageLincoln Center’s Sunday Morning Coffee Concert series returns with the first offering of the 2013-14 concert season. This Sunday morning, enjoy a concert by the Dublin Guitar Quartet in their New York debut. The quartet is known for their concerts of original arrangements of new music, and this weekend, they’ll perform works by Philip Glass, Gyorgy Ligeti, Leo Brouwer and more.

Check out this video of their performance of Philip Glass’s Sting Quartet No. 3 “Mishima”….all on acoustic guitars of course!

 

"Spontaneous, impulsive, young, and fresh, the violinst Ibragimova and the pianist Tiberghien make an electrifying partnership." - Times (London)

Violinist Alina Ibragimova and pianist Cedric Tiberghien bring their emotive and expressively dazzling duo to the Walter Reade Theater this Sunday morning, March 17th.

Join us for a Sunday Morning Coffee Concert followed by coffee and refreshments with these charismatic artists

(Photo of Ibragimova: Sussie Ahlburg, Photo of Tiberghien: Benjamin Ealovega)

 

Watch this video to learn more about the Calder Quartet. Today, at 11am, the Calder Quartet performs works by Stravinsky,Adès and Beethoven, in a Sunday Morning Coffee Concert. This popular Great Performers season series takes place in the Walter Reade Theater and includes a one-hour concert followed by coffee and refreshments with the artists. Come start your day with great music and of course, coffee! 

 

(Photo of Andreas Brantelid by Sussie Ahlburg. Photo of Shai Wosner by Marco Borggreve.)

JUST RELEASED: Cellist Andreas Brantelid and pianist Shai Wosner will perform sonatas by Debussy, Kodály, and Brahms, as part of Lincoln Center’s 2012 Great Performers series.

This “Sunday Morning Coffee Concert” will take place on Sunday, March 18, at 11:00 a.m. in the Walter Reade Theater. “Sunday Morning Coffee Concerts” bring rising artists to Lincoln Center for engaging one-hour music programs that are followed by receptions with refreshments in the Walter Reade Theater’s Furman Gallery, where audience members are able to mingle with the performers.

(Read the entire press release here.)

  

JUST RELEASED: The Parisii Quartet will perform works by Ibert and Ravel on March 18 at Lincoln Center as part of the 2012 Great Performers series
Works by Ibert and Ravel will be featured when the Parisii Quartet from France performs at a “Sunday Morning Coffee Concert” at Lincoln Center on Sunday, March 18, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. in the Walter Reade Theater.Formed in 1984 by four prize-winning graduates of the Conservatoire National Superieur de Paris – Arnaud Vallin, violin; Jean-Michel Berrette, violin; Dominique Lobet, viola; and Jean-Philippe Martignoni, cello – the Parisii Quartet won early acclaim with its triumphs at three major international competitions: Banff (1986), Munich (1987), and Evian (1987). Invitations followed from the major concert halls and festivals of Europe, and since then, the Parisii has since toured regularly throughout Europe and the United Kingdom. Highlights of the Parisii’s recent European seasons include concerts in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Edinburgh, Lausanne, Barcelona, and Madrid.
(Read the entire press release here.)

JUST RELEASED: The Parisii Quartet will perform works by Ibert and Ravel on March 18 at Lincoln Center as part of the 2012 Great Performers series

Works by Ibert and Ravel will be featured when the Parisii Quartet from France performs at a “Sunday Morning Coffee Concert” at Lincoln Center on Sunday, March 18, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. in the Walter Reade Theater.

Formed in 1984 by four prize-winning graduates of the Conservatoire National Superieur de Paris – Arnaud Vallin, violin; Jean-Michel Berrette, violin; Dominique Lobet, viola; and Jean-Philippe Martignoni, cello – the Parisii Quartet won early acclaim with its triumphs at three major international competitions: Banff (1986), Munich (1987), and Evian (1987). Invitations followed from the major concert halls and festivals of Europe, and since then, the Parisii has since toured regularly throughout Europe and the United Kingdom. Highlights of the Parisii’s recent European seasons include concerts in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Edinburgh, Lausanne, Barcelona, and Madrid.

(Read the entire press release here.)