7:00pm - Sharq Attack 8:00pm - Sons of Pitches 9:00pm - Sarah Alden
Barber Violin Concerto featuring Giora Schmidt Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 8pm Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church Internationally acclaimed violinist Giora Schmidt returns to the SOB to perform Samuel Barber’s lyrical and moving Violin Concerto. Rounding out the program are Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 and Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture (also titled Fingal’s Cave). MendelssohnThe Hebrides Overture (1832) Barber Violin Concerto (composed 1939, premiered 1941) Giora Schmidt, violin Beethoven Symphony No. 8 in F major (1812)
A night of ouds and violins (and singing and percussion and bass) at the Owl Music Parlor, Thursday, Jan 19.
Dolunay: Turkish soul with an audacious urban flourish Jenny Luna, voice and percussion Adam Good, oud Eylem Basaldi, violin http://dolunaynyc.com/
Sharq Attack: Classic and new music drawing on the Arabic tradition Marandi Hostetter, 5-string violin Brian Prunka, oud Josh Murchison, bass Simon Moushabeck, accordion and percussion Philip Mayer, percussion
Come get your dance on with Tipsy Oxcart at Barbes. Premium music. NEW JOINTS. #BalkanBootyBump
10 - midnight.
FRIDAY November 18th 7pm (6:30 doors) Grace Cathedral 1100 California Street, San Francisco
Classical Revolution 10 Year Anniversary Concert Beethoven Symphony No. 9 Musical Art Quintet: CD Release "Chamber con Alma" FREE admission ($5-20 suggested donation collected at the door) $10-30 reserved seats $40 VIP tickets (includes pre-concert reception with the musicians) Tickets: http://classicalrevolution.org/events/beethoven9grace Radio sponsor: Classical KDFC
The Toledo Symphony partners with the National Arab Orchestra to present an evening of cultural celebration. Sara Jobin, Toledo Symphony Resident Conductor, joins Maestro Michael Ibrahim of the National Arab Orchestra to present a concert program featuring world renowned opera singer and Syrian refugee Lubana Al-Quntar among a variety of exciting and distinctive musical styles. The performance features the piece “Dialogue,” which has only been performed in public once before, and includes a student chorus of singers from Toledo Public Schools.
The entire audience is invited to attend a reception following the performance to enjoy more music, dancing and food from well-known restaurants across the community in the tradition of Toledo’s ethnic festivals.
Tickets for this event start at just $25. Mideast by Midwest November 12, at the Valentine Theatre, Toledo, OH.
SHARQ ATTACK at Barbés NOVEMBER 9th at 8pm $10 (strongly) suggested donation 376 9th St. (corner of 6th Ave.) Park Slope, Brooklyn 347 422 0248
TICKETS AVAILABLE VIA THE LINK ABOVE UNTIL 10AM ON THE DATE OF THE EVENT. ADDITIONAL TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. DOORS OPEN 2:30PM. The Bil Afrah Project, a diverse group of New York City musicians from New York's Arabic Music community, presents a concert celebrating the 40th anniversary of the landmark Lebanese album that is the group's namesake. Joined by Michel Merhej, the original percussionist from the record, now in his 80s, who has performed with nearly every significant Arab musician of the 20th century, the group will perform the festive music from the now-legendary album in its entirety. The performance is presented in conjunction with the Brooklyn Arts Council and the NY Department of Cultural Affairs. For more info on the concert and the group's performers, visit http://www.artonthecorner.org/concerts.html For more info about Bil Afrah Project, visit http://bilafrah.com/
Music of Bach, Takemitsu, Webern, and Rodriguez Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 8:00 Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church The SOB returns to Bargemusic to present a wide-ranging concert of works for string orchestra from Bach to the present day. The orchestra will be joined by our good friend Adam Golka to perform Bach’s Piano Concerto in d minor. Bach: Piano Concerto in d minor BWV 1052 Toru Takemitsu: Three Film Scores Anton Webern: Langsamer Satz Arturo Rodriguez: Introducción, Canción de Cuna y Fiesta
We are also performing this concert the previous night at Bargemusic on the Brooklyn waterfront. Click here for more info.
September 11 Memorial Concert Sunday, September 11, 2016 at 4:00 Bargemusic
On September 11 we join a diverse roster of artists to honor the victims of 9/11 for the annual Bargemusic memorial concert overlooking lower Manhattan. We’ll be performing Barber’s famous Adagio for Strings. Free and open to the public.
William Brittelle Album Release @LPR Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 7:30 Le Poisson Rouge The SOB joins William Brittelle and special guests Jenn Wasner (Wye Oak/Flock of Dimes), Aaron Roche & Michi & Paul Wiancko at Le Poisson Rouge for a special record release event for William Brittelle’s singles “Dream Has No Sacrifice” + “Canyons Curved Burgundy,” out 7/29 on New Amsterdam Records. $20 advanced seated tickets // $15 advanced standing tickets
Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 7 PM - 9 PM Barbès 376 9th St, Brooklyn, New York 11215 SHARQ ATTACK is a Brooklyn based ensemble playing original music composed by oudist Brian Prunka, as well as traditional favorites from the Middle East. With Marandi Hostetter, 5 string violin; Brian Prunka, oud; John Murchison, double bass and Philip Mayer, percussion.
An Evening for Tony ConradMonday, April 18, 7:00 p.m.Museum of Modern Art 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019, United States Polymath artist, filmmaker, and composer Tony Conrad's (1940–2016) recent composition Empire for Strings(2015) will be performed live by the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, followed by a screening of two of Conrad's most iconic films, The Flicker (1966, 30 min.) andStraight and Narrow (1970, 10 min.)
Sherine Khatoun, Kaeshi Chai, Zuri, Zavivah, Myra Atesh, Annelise Aziz, Pamela Rose and more will be sharing their dancing talents.
Sharq Attack will provide live music Marandi Hostetter - Violin Brian Prunka - Oud Rami ElAaser - Percussion Philip Mayer- Percussion
Jebon Sushi and Noodles, 15 Saint Marks Place, downstairs, between 2nd and 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003 www.jebonusa.com $15 entry, $10 minimum food or drinks
CHELSEA SYMPHONY Friday, April 15 at 8:30pm St. Paul’s Church, 315 West 22nd Street
FRIDAY 4.15.16 Caroline Shaw — Entr'Acte (NYC Premiere) WA Mozart — Oboe Concerto in C Major, K. 314 (285d) Phil RashkinOboe WA Mozart — Bassoon Concerto in B-flat Major, K. 191/186e Colin MannesBassoon Igor Stravinsky — Pulcinella Suite
SATURDAY 4.16.16 Caroline Shaw — Entr'Acte (NYC Premiere) Kent Kennan — Night Soliloquy Anna UrreyFlute WA Mozart — Per questa bella mano, K. 612 Morton CahnDouble Bass Hans TashjianVoice Igor Stravinsky — Pulcinella Suite Howard Hanson — Serenade for Flute, Harp, and Strings Anna UrreyFlute Ashley JacksonHarp
SHARQ ATTACK returns to Barbès 3/29 playing traditional Arabic favorites as well as some Brian Prunka originals. come see what the buzz is all about!
marandi hostetter - 5 string violin brian prunka - oud john murchison - bass rami el aasser- percussion
BRASS TACKS with Tipsy Oxcart & Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band 3/12/16
We're breaking it down to the brass tacks- bringing back the essentials of big instrumental sound. Raw heat played to the room and fine libations to warm the winter nights.
At the Industry City Distillery, a working distillery and Tasting Room bar in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
Views of lady liberty, get your body movin' music & high spirits.
INDUSTRY CITY DISTILLERY 33 35th st 6th floor BROOKLYN D/N/R 36th street subway stop
**** ALL AGES Doors at 8p $10 Only 100 presale tickets
*Special* get in the door early and enjoy one 1/2 off one drink from the Industry City Distillery Tasting Room Bar (including our 'Analog' non-alcoholic concoction). Offered until 8:30pm.
**** TIPSY OXCART plays electric, sweaty, bumpin Balkan music, channeling the spirit of 36 hour weddings to keep the crowds dancing until the sun comes up. Serving up originals and fresh, upbeat arrangements of urban dance tunes, the band deviously infuses the sounds of South-Eastern Europe with elements of funk, rock, and jazz. Dig naughty violin solos, atomic accordion grooves, freak-out clarinet, and the baddest rhythm section this side of the Mediterranean. A party with Tipsy Oxcart is guaranteed to shake the dance floor all night long! www.tipsyoxcart.com
TIPSY OXCART Electric, sweaty, bumpin' Balkan music from New York City ROCKWOOD MUSIC HALL SEPTEMBER 30TH 11:15PM
Santa Cruz Symphony 58th Season! 'Inventing America'
CLASSIC EVENING 8PMSaturday, Oct 10TH 2015 hosted at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium in Downtown Santa Cruz, CA
ENCORE MATINEE 2PMSunday, Oct 11TH 2015 hosted at the Mello Center for the Performing Arts in Watsonville, CA
COPLAND Fanfare for the Common Man
SEVERIANO BRISEÑO ARR. BY OSWALDO GOLIJOVEl Sinaloense
GERSHWIN Rhapsody in Blue with Jon Nakamatsu, Piano
DVOŘÁKSymphony No. 9 "New World"
Verklärte Nacht Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 8PMSt. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church [ Map ]The SOB contemplates a darker side of fall with a concert of introspective works. Revisiting one of our original String Theories premieres from 2011, we’ll be giving a second performance of Alex Mincek‘s Ebb and Flow, paired with masterful works by Kenji Bunch, Kaija Saariaho, and concluding with Arnold Schoenberg’s critical early workVerklärte Nacht
Alex Mincek: Ebb and Flow (an SOB commission from 2011) Kaija Saariaho: Misterioso from Nymphea Reflection Kenji Bunch: Nocturne Arnold Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht
Tickets $15, Students & Seniors $10
The Michigan Philharmonic and The National Arab Orchestra will bring music lovers together this concert season for the first-ever HAFLAH! Arab Fusion Festival at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 19, at Detroit’s Music Hall.
Sunday May 3rd Piano quartets with Marandi Hostetter, Eleanor Norton, Karen Waltuch and Arlene Hajinlian Barbés 376 9th St. (corner of 6th Ave.) Park Slope, Brooklyn 347 422 0248
Come see the National Arab Orchestra play some traditional favorites. Friday, May 8th at 8pm at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, MI
The Bil Afrah Project. Friday June 5th, private house concert. Email me for reservations.
This is a big deal for me. The Bil Afrah Project, an ensemble of New York City musicians from diverse ethnic backgrounds, presents a live performance of Bil Afrah, the classic 1972 album by the legendary Lebanese composer/performer, Ziad Rahbani.
Empire City Men's Chorus
Sunday, May 10 at 5 pm Holy Apostles Church (28th & 9th, Manhattan)
Tuesday, May 12, 7:30 pm St. Paul's (Brooklyn)
This will be my first time performing with this group. I am excited to work with Vince Peterson and to be featured in a string quartet alongside members Anna Brathwaite, Eric Lemmon, and Peter Pearson. Empire City Men's Chorus' spring 2015 concert series Transfigurations will be a love song to the art of loving ourselves, with the musical reflections of Stephen Paulus, Kyle Randall, Mahalia Jackson, Francisco Guerrero, Orlando diLasso, Harry Belafonte, Michael Jackson and more!
The Near East Ensemble May 13th at Muchmores 9-12pm Muchmore's 2 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn, New York 11211
Looking forward to playing here again with Brian Prunka, Bridget Robbins, Sprocket Royer and Mark Katsaounis.
Kane Mathis will be sharing the bill- don't miss his awesomeness!