The Black Clown at the GWLT

by / Friday, 19 July 2019 / Published in Press and Reviews

Lincoln Center is bringing Mostly Mozart Festival at Gerald W. Lynch Theater this summer 2019. The GWL Theater will proudly host THE BLACK CLOWN July 24th-27th at 7:30 pm. Check our event calendar to reserve your tickets of these outstanding opportunities to experience Mozart.

Read the article on The New York Times regarding the Mostly Mozart Festival by David Allen.

5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend

 

 

On July 25, International Contemporary Ensemble will perform a free concert of works by female composers such as Anna Thorvaldsdottir, above center with members of the New York Philharmonic at David Geffen Hall last year.

CreditCreditHiroyuki Ito for The New York Times

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Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

‘THE BLACK CLOWN’ at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater (July 24-27, 7:30 p.m.). Langston Hughes’s 1931 poem is brought opens in a new window to musical life in this setting by the baritone Davóne Tines and the composer Michael Schachter, combining opens in a new window opera and jazz, spiritual and vaudeville. Directed by Zack Winokur, the piece features choreography by Chanel DaSilva and music supervision by Jaret Landon.
212-721-6500, lincolncenter.org/mostly-mozart-festival opens in a new window

BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA at Tanglewood in Lenox, Mass. (July 19-20 and 23-24, 8 p.m.; July 21, 2:30 p.m.). One of the busiest weeks of the summer in the Berkshires starts with a mostly French program on Friday opens in a new window, with Gautier Capuçon as the soloist in Saint-Saëns’s Cello Concerto No. 1, and includes a French pianist, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, in a starring role on Sunday opens in a new window, playing both Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F and his “Variations on ‘I Got Rhythm.’” In between, on Saturday opens in a new window, comes one of two major premieres: the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Kevin Puts’s “The Brightness of Light,” a setting of letters between Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz that has been written for the singers Renée Fleming and Rod Gilfry. Andris Nelsons conducts all that, and has a hand in the fireworks and festivities of Tanglewood on Parade, on Tuesday opens in a new window. And Fleming returns on Wednesday opens in a new window for the second premiere, “Penelope,” a collaboration between Tom Stoppard and the late André Previn. Fleming is joined by the Emerson String Quartet, the pianist Simone Dinnerstein and the actress Uma Thurman.
617-266-1200, bso.org opens in a new window

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