Thursday afternoon Music In Midtown concerts begin at 1:00 pm All concerts are FREE. No advance registration.
The Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, Elebash Recital Hall, First Floor, New York, NY
Fall 2018 Season
Music in Midtown is a series of free lunchtime concerts spotlighting the highly regarded musical performance program at the CUNY Graduate Center. Presented in the warm, intimate, acoustically rich Elebash Recital Hall, these performances feature the music program’s renowned faculty, alumni, outstanding performers selected from students in the DMA program and noted guest artists. Some concerts are followed by a master class, which the public is invited to observe. Norman Carey is Director and Jacqueline Martelle is Assistant Director.
•SEPTEMBER | 09.27.18 | 1:00 pm
Chamber Music on Fifth II
Music In Midtown presents a chamber music concert featuring a stellar group of musicians from the DMA performance program, including Nora...
Senior Scenes Cultural Calendar | Oct. 2018 - Jan. 2019
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Fri, Sept. 21, 9.45am, NY PHILHARMONIC OPEN REHEARSAL, DAVID GEFFEN HALL, Jaap von Zweden, debuts as new conductor, featuring a new star Daniel Trifonov, piano, Beethoven Piano Concerto #5. $25 TABO.
Tues. Oct 2, 7pm, ORDINARY DAYS, A NEW MUSICAL, KEEN COMPANY, AT THE CLURMAN THEATER, 410 WEST 42ND ST. (BET. 9TH AND 10TH AVES.) ADAM GWON is ‘one of musical theaters most exciting new composers’ NYTimes. Four New Yorkers search for their futures. $28.50.
Mon. Oct. 22, 8.30pm, GALA SEASON OPENING FOR THE YOUNG CONCERT ARTISTS, HANZHI WANG, ACCOMPANIED BY THE ZORA STRING QUARTET. Bach, Mozart, Piazzolla. Zankel Hall, 7thave. and 56th st. comp tkts., $3.50 svc chg per tkt. Pick up kts at Carnegie Hall B.O.
Thur. Oct. 25, 9.45am. NY PHILHARMONIC OPEN REHEARSAL....
We want to share the blood drive results with you!
This year out of about 85 people who signed up in advance with appointments, 56 potential donors actually presented themselves to donate. Out of the 56 presenting donors there were 21 deferrals (those unable to donate that day). Out of those, 34 whole blood pints were collected along with 1 (=2 pints) double red donation, bringing the total blood donations to 36 pints. Over 110 lives were positively affected with our blood drive collection!
The RISA Board of Directors wants to extend it's thanks to all those RISA and RIRA members who volunteered to sign-up donors at the four Saturday's of "tabling" on the Good Shepherd Plaza prior to the actual drive, and, as well, to those in our community who signed up to be donors on June 16. We also want to thank RIOC for providing the table and chairs we needed as well as the tent coverage to help give our volunteers some shade f...