Early Music's Masterpieces From Juilliard415

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Julliard 415 performing in at WQXR in The Greene Space. (The Greene Space)

Join us at 1 pm on the first Wednesday of every month in The Greene Space at WQXR to hear some of classical music’s best-loved composers performed by rising stars from The Juilliard School. Leave the emails, phone calls and stress behind and settle in for an hour of musical serenity. 

On Wednesday, Nov. 2, Juilliard415, the school's principal period-instrument ensemble, will performed works by early music's masters.

Program details:
Dario Castello: Sonata decimasesta, a 4 per stromenti d’arco from Sonate Concertate in Stil Moderno, Libro II (Venice, 1629)
Giovanni Legrenzi: Sonata in D, Op. 10 No. 18 from La Cetra; Libro Quarto di Sonate a due, tre o quattro stromenti (Venice, 1673)
Alessandro Stradella: Trio Sonata in D Minor from 6 Sinfonie à due, o à tre
Tomaso Albinoni: Trio Sonata no. 1 in D minor from Suonate a tre (Venice, 1694)
Antonio Vivaldi: Chamber Concerto in G Minor "La Notte" RV 104

Not in New York City or can't make it to The Greene Space? No worries, we will be streaming these events live each month right here on the website. Share your comments on Twitter during the concert using #MiddayMasterpieces.

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Comments [5]

Jeanne from Madison, WI

Brava, MIli on the Vivaldi! Wicked key, and you did a fabulous job. Great sound! Doesn't the last movement end oddly? I couldn't be more proud of you!!

Nov. 06 2016 01:58 AM
Dr. Girton from Fishkill Ny

Rather than "nerd out" as one reviewer says, it is fantastic to see in this day and age, young professionals who will get their Bachelors and Masters and spend seven hours a day practicing plus continue with all the requirements and obligations in order to become the next generation of Bach's, Verdi's and Mozarts. Some of these young adults will go on to be the decision makers and artists of this civilization. There is a young man 6 feet 3 inches playing the violin in the third presentation whose great grand parents played in vaudeville and had a silent movie theater, his grandfather played 12 different. Instruments and he has worked his entire life to be where he is now, on the journey of his lifetime to perform and fulfill his heritage. Professionals and artists in the making, YES. "Nerds" ?, not in the real world.

Nov. 05 2016 12:41 PM
Benjamin Preston from Greene Space

My wife and I came to see this amid a busy work day, and I think we were the youngest there by 30 years). The hour-long "rest" was worth every minute of "lost productivity." These young musicians are both extremely talented and inspiring. It's good to know that there are people out there (at Juilliard, anyway) who nerd out and preserve this historical music. Plus, there's no better way to see it than live.

Nov. 03 2016 09:53 PM

Great program of a lesser known music, nicely presented from a historical perspective. Thanks!

Nov. 03 2016 12:38 AM
Rev Leslie from East Northport, L.I.

Lovely!! I live & work out East on Long Island, so I appreciate the Greene Space concerts very much. Makes good company!!

Nov. 02 2016 10:06 PM

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