Cueing Up 2012

Reflecting on 2011 and Stepping into the New Year

This is the final Cued Up of 2011. Next week's show will be a repeat from earlier in the season.

« previous episode | next episode »

Sunday, December 25, 2011

This year was filled with countless, captivating moments of music-making around New York City, from solo recitals at intimate, dimly lit venues to international ensembles making splashy debuts at major institutions. Join us for this special holiday episode of Cued Up as we pay homage to the waning moments of 2011 with live in-concert recordings of music about remembrance, commemoration and reflection.

Featured live performance include pianist Alexei Lubimov's compelling and mysterious Valentin Silvestrov and C.P.E. Bach from Lincoln Center's Kaplan Penthouse, members of the Wordless Music Orchestra performing Ingram Marshall for a September 11 memorial concert at the Metropolitan Museum, and Crash Ensemble playing music of Donnacha Dennehy at (Le) Poisson Rouge.

Thanks for tuning into Cued Up this year, and we're looking forward to 2012 and renewing our commitment to bringing you the most beautiful, curated assortment of music from cutting-edge venues, passionate, young musicians and vibrant composers!

Hosted by:

Gity Razaz

Comments [1]

Elizabeth from NY

I think this show is improving and I've been enjoying it more. Thanks

Dec. 28 2011 01:35 AM

Leave a Comment

Email addresses are required but never displayed.

The WQXR e-newsletter. Show highlights, links to music news, on-demand concerts, events from The Greene Space and more.