Noontime Concert

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at Noon

Our Noontime Concerts are part of our Celebrating Our Musical Community series and bring you orchestral, chamber music and recital performances from venues around our listening area and include performances by both emerging and established world-class artists.

Friday's Noontime Concert: John Adams

Apr 28, 2017

Join Carl Hemmingsen for the Friday Noontime Concert (April 28) from National Sawdust.  The Attacca Quartet performs Adams' String Quartets 1 & 2 and "Book of Alleged Dances."  Hear John Adams, himself introduce the music.

This month's live organ concert broadcast from Princeton University Chapel features Daryl Robinson, Assistant Professor of Organ at Westminster Choir College. The concert will take place at 12:30 pm and will feature works by living composers - Jean Guillou, Jason Roberts, David Conte and Aaron David Miller. Join host David Osenberg for this final organ concert program of the season.

Our Noontime Concerts this week celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Cutting Edge Concerts New Music Festival, which takes place at SymphonySpace in New York City and is curated by composer/conductor Victoria Bond. Ross Amico is your host on Tuesday for performances of music by Pauline Oliveros, Brian Ferneyhough, Harold Meltzer, Kyle Gann, Joan Tower and Victoria Bond. Ms. Bond's music will also be featured in Thursday's Noontime Concert, hosted by Carl Hemmingsen, along with music by Ben Johnston, Margaret Brouwer and Valerie Coleman, flutist with the Imani Winds.

Join host Carl Hemmingsen today at noon for music of JS Bach, Rameau and Handel from the Lenape Ensemble.

Friday's Noontime Concert - Tango Dreams/Serenity

Apr 6, 2017

Join host Carl Hemmingsen Friday for a Noontime Concert from Symphony Space featuring music of Ray Luedeke & Giya Kancheli for clarinet, accordion and strings.

We invite you to join us for The Classical Network In Concert, part of our on-going Celebrating Our Musical Community concert series, Tuesday at 10 am. Philadelphia-based Astral Artists will present the 2014 Astral National Auditions Winner, cellist, Gabriel Cabezas.

 

The Signum Quartett performs music by Mozart, Beethoven and Jörge Widmann, as well as some of the works created through its #quartweet program, which invites people to submit compositions of 140 notes or less. This concert was presented by the Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem.

Our Thursday Noontime Concert comes to you from National Sawdust in Brooklyn with a chamber recital featuring bass baritone Eric Owens and oboist Pedro Diaz. The program will include JS Bach's Cantata BWV 82 "Ich habe genug" and George Frideric Handel's Sinfonia for the Queen of Sheba from Solomon.