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.

Join us Thursday afternoon at 12:30 for a very special holiday edition of our monthly organ recital broadcasts from Princeton University Chapel. This broadcast will feature Eric Plutz performing the Suite from Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker in an arrangement for organ.

Friday's Noontime Concert (12/8) from Astral Artists, recorded at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Philadelphia, features Debussy's "Ariettes oubliees" and Schoenberg's String Quartet No. 2.

In Friday's (12/1) Noontime Concert from the MidAtlanic Center for the Arts we'll hear clarinetist Alan R. Kay with Susan Rotholz, Andrea Schultz, Eliot Bailen & Benjamin Hochman in music by Amy Beach, robert Muczynski, Belinda Reynolds, George Gershwin & William Bolcom.

Artistic Director Matthew Robertson leads "The Thirteen" choir in a program titled "Bach Reflections.  In Thursday's (11/30) Noontime Concert you'll hear music by J.S. Bach, Giacomo Carissimi, Johannes Brahms, Heinrich Schütz, Philip Stopford & Bo Hansson.

This Friday's (11-24) Noontime Concert from Tempesta di Mare Chamber Players features concertos by Antonio Vivaldi and Alessandro Scarlatti.

This Friday (11-24) our Noontime Concert is "Venetian & Neapolitan Chamber Works by Vivaldi & Scarlatti" from Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra Tempesta di Mare.  We'll hear baroque concertos for flutes, recorders, strings and lute.

Friday's  (11/17) Noontime Concert presents a recital from Freehold's Downtown Concert Series featuring violinist Lara St. John & pianist Matt Herskowitz in music of Beethoven and Gershwin along with traditional music of Macedonia, Armenia, Israel and Hungary.

Organist Robert Poovey performs Leo Sowerby's complete Symphony in G Major on the next Princeton University Chapel organ concert Thursday at 12:30 pm.

Friday's (11-10) Noontime Concert is the "Germantown Poetry Project" from the Network for New Music.  We'll  hear music by Jay Fluellen and Eric Moe.

Thursday's (11/9) Noontime Concert presents a Bach at Noon program from the Bach Choir of Bethlehem.  Artistic Director Greg Funfgeld leads members of the choir and soloists in J.S Bach's Flute Sonata, BWV 1030 and two pieces by G F Handel: "Susse, Stille, sanfte Quelle" and the Coronation Anthem No. 1 from "Zadok, the Priest."

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