Music for the Holidays: The Symphony Space All-Stars Perform Bach's Brandenburg Concertos
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The last date listed for Music for the Holidays: Basically Brandenburg with The Symphony Space All-Stars was Sunday December 20, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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Bach is Back! Chosen from among New York City's finest musicians, the triumphant Symphony Space All-Stars celebrate the holidays with a festive and joyous performance of the complete Brandenburg Concertos of J.S. Bach. Among Bach's most often-performed and best-loved works, the six joyful, exuberant Concertos make for a holiday treat for friends and family alike!
Featuring Eugenia Zukerman, Tara Helen O'Connor (flute); Robert Ingliss (oboe); Alan Kay (E-flat clarinet); Daniel Phillips, Emily Smith, Laurie Smukler and Calvin Wiersma (violin); Elizabeth Weisser, Ira Weller (viola); Julia Lichten, David Geber and Melissa Meell (cello); Timothy Cobb (bass); Bradley Brookshire (harpsichord) as well as others to be announced.
Mingle with fellow music lovers, enjoy light food and drinks, and join in conversation at 6:30pm as Associate Artistic Director and composer Laura Kaminsky moderates Underscore: Cocktails and Conversation.
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