Wednesday, November 4, 2020

The Washington Post: 92nd St. Y: "Anthony McGill with the NYPhil String Quartet for"..."Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s...Op. 10 in F-sharp Minor (Nov. 14)"

New York Philharmonic principal clarinet Anthony McGill is one of the artists on the virtual performance slate of New York’s 92nd St. Y. 
 (David W. Finlayson)

92nd St. Y

Keep an eye on New York’s 92nd St. Y, which in lieu of live gatherings is presenting a packed calendar of online artist workshops, classes, readings and performances. Among November’s classical offerings are two performances from the Emerson String Quartet covering dual programs of Beethoven (Nov. 4) and, with pianist Yefim Bronfman, Schumann and Brahms (Nov. 19); a virtual tenorfest in the form of a discussion hosted by Naomi Lewin with Miles Mykkanen, Andrew Stenson and Levy Sekgapane (Nov. 9); and a recital pairing New York Philharmonic principal clarinet Anthony McGill with the NYPhil String Quartet for a pair of clarinet quintets — the fall colors of Brahms’s Op. 115 in B minor and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s enthralling Op. 10 in F-sharp Minor (Nov. 14). (And for you multitaskers, there’s even a class on reading music on Nov. 18.) Tickets required. Visit for a full calendar, tickets (prices vary) and streams. 

1 comment:

Women's Philharmonic Advocacy said...

It's Thu, Nov 12, 2020, 7:30 pm ET, and they are doing Felix Mendelssohn instead of the Brahms. I look forward to hearing the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor!