Orchestra of St. Luke's Performs a New Work and its Inspirations
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Concert tickets include pre-concert admission to the museum, which features Pierpont Morgan’s restored 1906 library, along with a vast collection of drawings and prints, including early children’s books.
Purcell: Sonata in Four Parts No. 9 in F Major, Z. 810
Stravinsky: Three Pieces for String Quartet
Harbison: Crossroads for mezzo-soprano, oboe, string quartet, and double bass (New York Premiere)
Purcell: Sonata in Four Parts No. 7 in C Major, Z. 808
Stravinsky: Concertino for String Quartet
Respighi: Il Tramonto for mezzo-soprano and string quartet, P. 101