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.

Thursday's (6-14) Noontime Concert from NJ Master Chorale includes Mozart's Gand Mass in c minor, KV 427 and the Andante con Moto from Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 5, "Reformation."

Thursday's (6-7) Noontime Concert by the Princeton Chapel Choir & Orchestra includes Ralph Vaughan Williams' Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus and Joseph Haydn's Mass for Troubled Times.  Penna Rose conducts.

Mark Hyczko leads the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra in Friday's (5-18) Noon Concert with music by Dmitri Shostakovich, John Corigliano, Sebastian Currier, Alexa Canales & Michael Daugherty.

Thursday's (5-17) Noontime Concert from Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra Tempesta di Mare includes J.S. Bach's Cantatas 161 & 173a along with two orchestral suites by Telemann.

Friday, 5-11 at noon we present a concert from Mélomanie, the Delaware-based Baroque & contemporary ensemble. We'll hear music by Carl Abel, Marin Marais, Johann Quantz, Mark Hagerty, Jean-Baptiste Lully, & Christopher Braddock.

Piffaro The Renaissance Band presents "Back Before Bach - Musical Journeys" on this Thursday's Noontime Concert (5/10).

The Bach Choir of Bethlehem performs John Rutter's Gloria on Tuesday's Noontime Concert. The broadcast opens with Walton’s uplifting “Coronation Te Deum,” written for the 1952 coronation of Elizabeth II.

Friday's Noontime Concert from the Kaufman Music Center presents Musicians From Ravinia with violinist Miriam Fried in Mendelssohn's String Quintet No. 1 and Beethoven's String Quartet, op. 130.

Thursday (5/3) at noon in a performance by Sinfonietta Nova we'll hear Brahms' First Symphony, Schubert's Overture to Rosamunde, and Young Artists Competition winners in Poem by Charles Griffes and the first movement of Saint-Saens' Violin Concerto.

This Friday (4-27) we present Musical Games, a performance from Parthenia viol consort.  The program charts a tour through 300 years of music featuring various incarnations of bowed string instruments, from vielles to viols and violins.

Thursday's (4-26) noon concerto from Cantus Novus includes the choir singing music by Finzi, Gibbons, Whitacre, Dello Joio & more!

This Friday, 4-20 in the noon concert we'll hear members of the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra in music by J.S. Bach,  Ives, Beethoven, David Wolfson, Terry Riley, and Shostakovich.

Join The Classical Network for a broadcast of the Princeton University "After Noon" Organ Recital Thursday (4/19) at 12:30 pm with Spanish organist Loreto Aramendi, main organist of the Cavaillé-Coll organ (1863) of the Santa Maria Basilica, San Sebastian, Spain.

This Friday's (4/13) Noontime Concert fromt the Dryden Ensemble includes 3 cantatas by J.S. Bach: "Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit," "Ich bin ein guter Hirt," & "Warum betruebst di dich, mein Herz?"

Thursday's (4/12) Noontime Concert from Concerts on the Slope in Brooklyn features the Merz Trio in Beethoven's Piano Trio in G, op. 1, no. 2, Schubert's Notturno in E-flat & Shostakovich's Piano Trio No. 2

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