The Fair Trade Trio joins forces with Wet Electric for an “electrifying” night of new music including Jennifer Higdon’s String Trio, Missy Mazzoli’s Lies You Can Believe In, and Kaija Saariaho’s Cloud Trio.
Join the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra for Handel’s Messiah like you’ve never heard it before! This jazz/gospel/latin-infused production re-imagines the melodies and orchestration of Handel’s famous oratorio in an electric two-hour concert. For tickets, click here.
The Fair Trade Trio returns to the SAJ for an evening of beloved classics and new hits including Britten’s Phantasy Quartet, Krasa’s Passacaglia and Fugue, and Beethoven’s Op. 9 No. 1 in G Major. For tickets, click here.
The strings of the WHCO perform music inspired by Japan and Japanese-American composers. The concert features works by Kenji Bunch, Toru Takemitsu, Karen Tanaka and Christopher Theofanidis.
The strings of WHCO perform music by Michael Torke, Anna Clyne, Benjamin Britten’s famous Simple Symphony and the beautifully rich Symphonic Serenade by Erich Korngold.
The Fair Trade Trio travels to Smith College to perform works from their upcoming album including Cheryl Frances-Hoad’s The Ogre Lover, based on a poem by Ted Hughes about Smith College graduate Sylvia Plath.
The Fair Trade Trio will present the completed works for string trio by the composers at Smith College as a culmination of their work together during the spring semester workshop.
The Strings of WHCO will take you inside works by Bach, Ravel, David Diamond, Philip Lasser, and more.
For their season finale, the Fair Trade Trio will be presenting the world premiere of Alon Nechushtan‘s Fractured Fairy Tales and will join forces with pianist Taisiya Pushkar for Schumann’s Piano Quartet. For tickets, click here.
The WHCO season concludes with Robert Schumann’s 2nd Symphony, Angélica Negron’s “What Keeps Me Awake,” and a new violin concerto by Chris Whittaker.