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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

 

This email is being sent to all members of the Baruch College faculty.

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From:  Ted Altschuler, Managing Director, BPAC

Twice a semester, The Aaron Silberman Concert Series presents a free chamber music concert at Baruch Performing Arts Center. 

 

Next Tuesday don’t miss:

CHRISTIANE TRIO
Scott St. John
(violin), James Sommerville (horn), and Peter Longworth (piano)

James Sommerville, principal horn player of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, is joined by acclaimed violinist Scott St. John and pianist Peter Longworth for an evening of familiar repertoire by Brahms and Dukas, lesser known work by John Harbison, and an American Premiere by Vivian Fung.

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November 29, 2016, 7:30pm
Engelman Recital Hall

Tickets are free but reservations are strongly suggested.  Click here to RSVP

Ted Altschuler

Managing Director

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2016-17 BPAC Season:

 

11/16 & 18 – Alexander String Quartet“Dream-come-true performances” The Boston Globe

New York premieres by Cindy Cox and Tarik O’Regan  with works by Haydn and Schubert and guest cellist Jay Campbell

 

11/18 – Gabrielle Lamb & Pigeonwing Dance – premiere of a new work and Tessellations (2016) performed by the Joffrey Ensemble. 

 

11/21 – Israel Story: That's What She Said’ - Israel Story podcasts showcase the plurality of ‘Israeliness.’ A live podcast featuring stories of Israeli women.

 

11/29 – Aaron Silberman Recital Series: James Sommerville, horn; Scott St. John, violin; and Peter Longworth, piano play Brahms, Dukas, Harbison, and an American premiere by Vivian Fung.