September 11th Anniversary Concert Calendar

Friday, September 02, 2011

There is a wide selection of cultural events being planned around the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Here's a list of concerts around New York City.

Wednesday, Sept. 8, 6:00 PM
Trinity Youth Chorus under conductor Melissa Attebury gives the first performance of Robert Moran's Trinity Requiem
Trinity Church, 74 Trinity Place, Manhattan
Free
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Thursday, Sept. 8, 8:00 PM
Chiara String Quartet
The Chiara String Quartet performs music by Richard Danielpour and Robert Sirota
Trinity Church, 74 Trinity Place, Manhattan
Free
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Friday, Sept. 9, 8:30 PM
"Remember to Love: Let Us Love One Another With a Sincere Heart "
Six choruses will unite for a performance under the joint direction of their directors
Trinity Church, 74 Trinity Place, Manhattan
Free
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Saturday, Sept. 10, 7:30 PM
New York Philharmonic: In Remembrance and Renwal (A Live WQXR Broadcast)
Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, the “Resurrection”
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
Free tickets, with priority to Victims, Survivors, and First Responders
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Sunday, Sept. 11, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM (Events at multiple times and venues)
"A Day of Remembrance"
The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music leads an event commemorating those lost on September 11, 2001 in collaboration with neighborhood institutions
The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, 58 7th Ave., Brooklyn
The Community Bookstore, 143 7th Ave., Brooklyn
Congregation Beth Elohim, 274 Garfield Place, Brooklyn
Free
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Sunday, Sept. 11, 2:00 PM
A Concert of Commemoration
Karl Jenkins conducts music to commemorate 9/11 including his own choral works The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace and For the Fallen: In Memoriam Alfryn Jenkins (US Premiere)
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
$40 and up
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Sunday, Sept. 11, 3:00 PM
Composers Collaborative: 110 for 911, an extended solo composition for speaking pianist and electronics
Featuring pianist, composer and CCi Artistic Director Jed Distler
The Jazz Gallery, 290 Hudson Street
in New York. 
$15
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Sunday, Sept. 11, 3:30 PM
Remembering September 11
 The Wordless Music Orchestra will perform a world premiere live orchestration of William Basinski's ambient work, The Disintegration Loops, dlp 1.1, as well as three other works of memory and remembrance: Ingram Marshall's Fog Tropes II for strings and tape, Osvaldo Golijov's Tenebrae for string quartet, and Alfred Schnittke's Collected Songs Where Every Verse is Filled With Grief, arranged by David Harrington.
Webcast on Q2

Sunday, Sept 11, 7:00 PM
Musicians for Harmony: Concert for Peace
This concert features the Juilliard String Quartet, Kinan Azmeh & Friends, Kojiro Umezaki, and Bassam Saba with the New York Arabic Orchestra
Merkin Concert Hall, 129 W. 67th Street, Manhattan
$35, $75, $125; Students: $15
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Comments [1]

Robert Horner from Notre Dame, IN

Dear fellow Patriot,

Please find attached (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Az5NOHSjPAM) the most
amazing and moving account of the events of
9 11 ever compiled. It is a striking, spoken time-line of the events and
aftermath of 9 11 entitled "September 11th the Narrative".

It was written and recorded almost ten years ago , during the horrific
events.

To TRULY remind people, we need to remind them EMOTIONALLY, as well as
mentally. This is an astonishing recollection that fuels the American Spirit
and rekindles the American Emotion of the time. Now that's a tribute!

Isn't that what we need right now?

Please reply to let me know that this reached you and especially, let me
know how it moved you.

Thanks so much, God Bless you all.

Robert Horner

P.S. I will be happy to overnight you a hard copy upon request.

574.255.6559
www.LearningWithEaseStore.com
info@learningwithease.com
P.O. Box 488
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Sep. 03 2011 01:10 PM

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