Since the Town Music in Schools program began, more than 1,100 K-12 students have had the chance to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most talented classical musicians.
Just before Town Music’s (literally) jaw-dropping season-opening presentation of Roomful of Teeth, meet Roman, the artistic director of Town Hall’s new-music chamber series, at a special free preview of the upcoming season—complete with special deals.
Town Music Artistic Director Joshua Roman takes the stage with acclaimed Lithuanian pianist Andrius Zlabys in a program featuring Stravinsky’s Suite Italienne (from the Pulcinella ballet), Schnittke Sonata, and more.
Town Hall’s Town Music series kicks off its 2013-14 season with a performance by Roomful of Teeth, which is decidedly not your typical classical ensemble—in name, or in performance: Its eight classically trained vocalists have studied Tuvan throat singing, belting and pop techniques, yodeling, and Inuit throat singing.
Tango meets classical music as Canadian violin virtuoso Karen Gomyo, Latin Grammy-winning pianist Pablo Ziegler and his quartet, and pianist Cory Smythe perform works from Bach, Brahms, Bartok, and Piazzolla.
In this special Town Music finale, be one of the first to hear the premiere of four original compositions. Specifically commissioned by Town Hall and Town Music Artist Director Joshua Roman, these works for voice and ensemble were created by composers Raymond Lustig, Amir Shpilman, Wang Jie, and Roman. Thematically ranging from love and life […]
With a 2010 Grammy nomination for Best Chamber Music Performance, the NYC-based Enso String Quartet is committed to the classics of the string-quartet repertoire as well as strong advocacy for new music.