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12 unmissable digital concerts from 92Y in New York

Livestreamed from the stage of New York City’s reowned 92Y! Twelve starry, all-new digital concerts

From the historic hall where music legends Andrés Segovia, the Budapest String Quartet, Yo-Yo Ma, Angela Hewitt, the Emerson String Quartet, Daniil Trifonov and many more gave and give landmark performances, comes a new season of concerts featuring the classical world’s most celebrated artists. Hear them in state-of-the-art livestreams and experience the magic of NYC’s treasured space for chamber music and recitals!

All concerts listed below are available via livestream and for 72 hours from time of broadcast, so take a look at what’s coming up and book your viewing now!

Richard Goode and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

19 October, 7.30pm ET

Richard Goode and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra play Mozart’s Concerto in C major, K503 – a work in which a grandiose opening movement is complemented with one of his most serenely beautiful slow movements – coupled with one of the Austrian composer’s greatest symphonies, the Linz.

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Garrick Ohlsson and the Takács Quartet

23 October, 8.00pm ET

Garrick Ohlsson and the Takács Quartet perform two of Brahms’s greatest masterpieces of chamber music: the noble yet tenderly expressive Piano Quartet in D major, Op. 26; and the powerfully haunting Piano Quintet, Op. 34.

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Lawrence Brownlee and Michael Spyres

27 October, 7.30pm ET

Lawrence Brownlee and Michael Spyres sing Rossini: two of America’s greatest tenors reunite to sing the vocal fireworks which so impressed critics when they recorded this repertoire in their album Amici e Rivali (Friends and Rivals).

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Seth Parker Woods and Andrew Rosenblum

30 October, 8.00pm ET

Cellist Seth Parker Woods, widely acclaimed as a highly versatile and gifted artist, makes his 92Y debut with pianist Andrew Rosenblum. They imaginatively programme well-loved early Romantic masterpieces by Mendelssohn (Sonata No. 2 in D major) and Schumann (Fantasy Pieces, Op. 73) with African-American George Walker’s exciting and expressive Cello Sonata of 1957, together with other overlooked gems by Florence Price and Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson.

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Aizuri Quartet

3 November, 7.30pm ET

The Grammy Award-nominated Aizuri Quartet, known for imaginative programming of repertoire masterpieces with works of our own time, will play two madrigals by 17th Century composer Barbara Strozzi, followed by the first of Beethoven’s great late quartets, No. 12 in E flat, and the by turns energetic and serenely beautiful String Quartet No. 1 by contemporary Jamaica-born British composer Eleanor Alberga.

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The Jerusalem Quartet

6 November, 8.00pm ET

The internationally acclaimed Jerusalem Quartet will perform a programme including works by Brahms and Dvořák. Details of works to be performed to be confirmed – check online at www.92y.org/concerts.

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Richard Goode

10 November, 7.30pm ET

Richard Goode returns to present a solo recital, starting with two late Schubert masterpieces: the Six Moments Musicaux, D780, and the darkly atmospheric Piano Sonata in A minor, D783. Then follow two suites of fleeting miniatures: Schumann’s Papillons, evocative of a masked ball, and Bartók’s spicy and evocative 15 Hungarian Peasant Songs, Sz.71.

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Berta Rojas

20 November, 8.00pm ET

Guitarist Berta Rojas pays homage to two of her great 20th-century forebears, French guitarist and composer Ida Presti and Argentine guitarist and composer María Luisa Anido. Rojas performs works either composed by those guitarists or written for them by some of the greatest composers for guitar, including Joaquin Rodrigo and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco.

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Ana Vidović

5 December, 3.00pm ET

Croatia-born guitarist Ana Vidović came to attention as a child prodigy, and by the age of 18 had won first prizes in several international competitions, including the Fernando Sor Competition in Rome. She subsequently studied under Manuel Barrueco at his own invitation at the Peabody Conservatory, and launched her US career on our stage – to which she returns this season. Programme details to be confirmed – check online here.

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The Knights

11 December, 8.00pm ET

The critically acclaimed Brooklyn-based orchestral collective, The Knights – 92Y’s ensemble in residence for the 2021-22 season – offer what promises to be a profoundly moving evening, performing Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony and Vaughan Williams’s well-loved The Lark Ascending, as well as Jessie Montgomery’s modern masterpiece Records from a Vanishing City and Gottschalk’s charming Second Symphony.

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Marc-André Hamelin

12 December, 3.00pm ET

One of the greatest pinnacles of piano literature, Beethoven’s Hammerklavier Sonata, will be performed by the phenomenal Marc-André Hamelin in a typically eclectic yet attractive programme that includes CPE Bach’s Suite in E minor, and late-romantic Russian composer Georgy Catoire’s beautiful and brilliant Quatre Morceaux, Op. 12.

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Conrad Tao

18 December, 8.00pm ET

Both a prodigiously gifted concert pianist and an adventurous award-winning composer, Conrad Tao will perform a wide-ranging programme from John Adams’s China Gates to Beethoven’s late Sonata in A flat, Op. 110, together with Schumann’s charming Kinderszenen, Bach’s tender chorale prelude Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein, BWV 641, and short works by Jason Eckardt, Fred Hersch, and Tao himself.

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