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  • February 19    
    Maestro Jean-Sébastien Vallée, Head of Choral Studies at McGill University, leads the Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Choir representing five countries in Maurice Duruflés greatest choral...
  • February 19    
    Jeffrey Milarsky, conductor Alice Ivy-Pemberton, violin
  • February 21    
    An ensemble dedicated to cultivating curious listeners in New York City and around the world through the curating and performance of cutting-edge musical experiences, championing today’s composers...
  • February 22    SOLD OUT
    Peter Martins’ staging of this eternal classic, set to Prokofiev’s glorious accompaniment, embraces naïve excitement, betrayal, despair, and steadfast resolution, emphasizing the innocence...
  • February 23    
    Lyrical, dramatic, and light-hearted aspects of Brahms’s music are showcased by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • February 24    
    Photo by Chris Owyoung
  • March 1    SOLD OUT
    Charismatic Yuja Wang (“She seems to have everything” — The New York Times) performs Brahms’s First Piano Concerto — symphonic, virtuosic, and thrilling.
  • March 1    
  • March 3    SOLD OUT
    Throughout his prolific career, Balanchine’s affinity for Stravinsky’s compositions remained constant, making him one of the choreographer’s favorite collaborators.
  • March 4    
    The Finnish, Estonian and Hungarian tongues share common roots despite the countries being separated by 1,200 miles. Explore their affinities and their dissimilarities through their singular musical...


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