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One of New York City’s top orchestral organizations, the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony is preparing to perform at the Isaac Stern Auditorium located in Carnegie Hall. The symphonic organization has been dedicated to providing concerts of the highest artistic level to residents of the city. Over the years, the institution has collaborated with world class personalities including Whoopi Goldberg, Jon Manasse and Carter Brey. It is also known to host collaborative shows with young and enthusiastic emerging artists from Mannes, Manhattan School of Music and Julliard. This time the top notch performing arts company is expected to make its way to stage with conductor, David Bernard. Purchase Park Avenue Chamber Symphony tickets now as the seats are limited.
The show is scheduled to present a program that will bring forth Dvorak’s “Carnival Overtune”, Brahms’ “Violin Concerto”, Shostakovich’s “Piano Concerto No. 2” and Tchaikovsky’s “Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overtune”. These compositions will be recreated by Jourdan Urbach playing the violin, Daniela Liebman on piano and David Bernard conducting the orchestra. Apart from being the conductor, Bernard is also the reigning music director of Park Avenue Chamber Symphony. He started his tenure upon the formation of the organization and has been working to provide unique presentations ever since.
Over the years, the orchestral institution has been able to create a name for itself amongst the residents of New York. The company is not only popular for holding regular season performances but also producing recordings that are made available via Naxos, iTunes, Spotify and Amazon.
Some of Park Avenue Chamber Symphony’s most popular records includes Mahler’s Symphony No.1, Rachmaninov’s Symphony No.2, Vivaldi’s 4 Seasons, Brahms’ Symphony No.1, Beethoven’s Symphonies, Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique and Bizet’s Symphony in G Major, to name a few. For its musical works the institution has been awarded the first prize in the American Prize Competition in Orchestral Performance in 2011 and 2012. The symphonic organization has also performed throughout America and was seen touring throughout China performing in cities such as Shenzhen, Dalian, Beijing, Chaoyang, Qingdao, Xi’an, Shenyang and Jinzhou. Their performances have been called as being “polished, triumphant and exquisite” by some of the most notable critics of New York City.
The Park Avenue Chamber Symphony has also collaborated with some of the most famed soloists to present spectacular events that are attended by hundreds. Some of these soloists include cellist Carter Brey of the New York Philharmonic, concertmaster David Chan of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and clarinet player Jon Manasse. The chamber orchestra’s regular season performances take place at the All Saints Church located on New York City’s Upper East Side. Apart from this, the organization is also known to hold shows at the Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and Carnegie Hall.
This time the organization is holding a performance at the Isaac Stern Auditorium that is located in Carnegie Hall. The concert venue that is situated in midtown Manhattan inaugurated back in 1891. The venue offers three performance halls mainly the Zankel Hall, Weill Recital Hall and the Isaac Stern Auditorium. These facilities offer a collaborative seating space for over thirty seven hundred audiences. It has been named after famed violinist, Isaac Stern and has served as home to the New York Philharmonic for seventy years. With extensive renovations that took place in 1986, the auditorium is considered to be one of New York’s prime entertainment facilities.
Fans of classic music now have the opportunity of listening to some of the most popular classic compositions being created live on stage. Grab Park Avenue Chamber Symphony tickets now to confirm your attendance at the facility.