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.

Met Soprano Jennifer Zetlan and pianist David Shimoni present "A Life Cycle in American Song" on Friday's (6/23) Noontime Concert from last year's Golandsky International Piano Festival.  You'll hear songs by Foster, Poulenc, Debussy, Turina, Granados, Bernstein and much more.

From last year's Golandsky International Piano Festival we'll hear pianist Ilya Itin in music of Claude Debussy in Thursday's Noontime Concert on June 22rd.

In Friday's Noontime Concert (6/16)  pianist Fabrizio Chiovetta, in his performance from the 2016 Golandsky Festival, plays music by Bach, Schubert and George Crumb. Join host Carl Hemmingsen for this concert broadcast.

Join us for Thursday's Noontime Concert (6/15) from Gotham Early Music Scene  as harpsichordist Gavin Black plays music by Johann Jacob Froberger and Dietrich Buxtehude.

On the Tuesday Noontime Concert (6/13), The Classical Network continue its partnership with Gotham Early Music Scene (GEMS), with a concert from Saint Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in midtown Manhattan.

Violinist Rolf Schulte, cellist Hakuro Mori and pianist Kumi Ogano present "An Evening of Trios" on Friday's (6/9) Noontime Concert.  The program includes Haydn Trio Hob.XV No. 1, Brahms op 87 and Ravel's 1914 Piano Trio.

Join us Thursday, 6/8 at noon for a concert from Gotham Early Music Scene titled "Hors d'oevres: Sound Bites of 17th c. France" with Duo Seraphim: Niccolo Seligman, viola  da gamba & soprano Sarah Hawkey.

This Tuesday and next, on its Noontime Concerts, the Classical Network renews its partnership with Gotham Early Music Scene (GEMS).  Join Ross Amico today at 12 pm for a recital from the Chapel at St. Bartholomew’s Church in midtown Manhattan of works by Girolamo Frescobaldi.  The performer, harpsichordist Gavin Black, is founder and director of the Princeton Early Keyboard Center.

Join us Friday, 6/2 at noon for a concert titled "Four x 4" from the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra and their Music Director, Mark Hyczko. We'll hear music for string orchestra  by Judd Greenstein, Jinsil Lee, Mohammed Fairouz and Alberto Ginastera.

Time again to hit the Slope.  Join Ross Amico for Tuesday’s Noontime Concert, when he will introduce music from Concerts on the Slope, from St. John’s Episcopal Church, located in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY.  On the program will be music by Princeton University Ph.D. candidates Andy Akiho and Caroline Shaw (recipient of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Music), John Cage, and the series’ composer-in-residence Ke-Chia Chen.

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