Category Archive for: ‘Green Music Center’

Emerson String Quartet, Valentine’s Day and more at the Green Music Center

MasterCard Performance Series

Fri, Feb 6 at 7:30pm | Weill Hall
The Emerson String Quartet claims many honors since their formation in 1976, including nine Grammys, three Gramophone Awards, the Avery Fisher Prize and Musical America’s “Ensemble of the Year.” For their Weill Hall debut, the quartet performs a program of Mozart, Ravel and Beethoven. More Info


MasterCard Performance Series
Sat, Feb 14 at 7:30pm | 
Weill Hall
Led by acclaimed conductor Charles Dutoit, Swiss symphony orchestra Orchestre de la Suisse Romande offers a program comprising Debussy’s Ibéria, Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (with pianist Nikolia Lugansky) and Stravinsky’s Song of the Nightingale.  More Info

MasterCard Performance Series
Sat, Feb 21 at 7:30pm | Weill Hall
Considered one of the most important figures in the historical music movement, Jordi Savall performs Istanbul. Joined by his ensemble Hespèrion XXI, the program highlights the cultural vitality of medieval Istanbul though “music from the Ottoman Empire in dialogue with Armenian, Greek and Sephardic traditions.” More Info
MasterCard Performance Series

Sun, Feb 22 at 7pm | Weill Hall
Duo Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo combine classical compositions with comedy and popular culture in their show A Little Nightmare Music. A one of a kind performance, the twosome bring an energy and playfulness to the stage that is as entertaining as it is innovative.   More Info

Sundays at Schroeder 
Sun, Mar 1 at 3pm | Schroeder Hall
In their second to last performance as Weill Hall Artists-in-Residence, Trio Ariadne consisting of pianist Elizabeth Joy Roe, clarinetist Carol McGonnell and cellist Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir offer a program of Berg, Crumb and Schoenberg.  More info

MasterCard Performance Series
Sat, Mar 7 at 7:30pm | Weill Hall
Murray Perahia acclaimed pianist and Principal Guest Conductor of the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, is a highly sought-after performer recognized for his elegance and polish. In a career spanning more than 40 years, he is known for both his recital work and award-winning recordings.  More Info

MasterCard Performance Series 
Sun,  Mar 15 at 3pm | Weill Hall
Led by widely acclaimed conductor Robert Spano, the Curtis Chamber Orchestra performs three of Spano’s orginal compsitions alongside Profofiev’s Symphony No. 1 “Classical,” and Mozart’s Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter.” Also on the program is a new viola concerto by Curtis faculty member Jennifer Higdon and performed by Curtis President Roberto Díaz.   More Info
Community Performance 

This duo recital by members of Trio Ariadne brings chamber works for cello and piano to Schroeder Hall in a free community performance on Feb. 1 at 2pm.
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Jazz Guitar

John Stowell brings jazz guitar, without the clichés, to SSU Jazz Forum on Wednesday Feb. 4 at 1pm. More Info. 
Operetta – Heroines 

In a world premiere-performance, Heroines  is a dynamic new review exploring women in musical history at the turn of the 20th century. More Info

The Perfect Pairing
Dine at Prelude and pay with your MasterCard to receive a Priceless Surprise! Reservations available online or call 1.866.955.6040 x2. This Month’s Menu 
Best Seats 
MasterCard cardholders receive exclusive access to Best Seats – located in the Front Orchestra in Rows B, C and D – for all concerts in the MasterCard Performance Series. Enter promo code “PRICELESS” to unlock Best Seats. Begin your order
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