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April 2018

29 Sunday
03:00 am
Three Dance Variations from Fancy Free,Overture to Candide
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, New York, United States

Adler & Bernstein Birthday Bash The Empire State Youth Orchestra, led by Music Director Helen Cha-Pyo, salutes Samuel Adler and Leonard Bernstein! ESYO will pay tribute to two of America’s revered composers and conductors, celebrating Samuel Adler at 90 and Leonard Bernstein at 100. For his 100th birthday year, ESYO will raise a toast to Bernstein’s centennial with a rendition of two of his great successes, music to the ballet “Fancy Free," and the Overture to "Candide".

02:00 pm
West Side Story: Film with Live Orchestra
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra/John Morris Russell
Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH, United States
02:00 pm
A Celebration of Bernstein
Great Neck Library, Great Neck, NY, US Helene Williams & Caryn Hartglass, sopranos, with Leonard Lehrman at the piano, perform excerpts from works by and about Bernstein.
02:30 pm
Celebrating Leonard Bernstein at 100 Years!
Shaghoian Concert Hall, Fresno, California, United States

aFresno Master Chorale and Coro Piccolo present their spring concert that includes works by Bernstein, and expands on the “birthday” theme with works of additional composers. Anna Hamre, Artistic Director for Fresno Community Chorus, conducts.

02:30 pm
Leonard Bernstein at 100
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA, USA

Philharmonia Northwest's final concert commemorates the 100th birthday of legendary American composer, conductor, and pianist Leonard Bernstein. His multi-faceted life is reflected in the programming: ragtime rhythms from the musical On the Town, the prayerful Halil for flute and chamber orchestra, and the dramatic Mass, which includes traditional Latin texts as well as English texts written by Bernstein himself, Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz, and Paul Simon.

03:00 pm
Prism
Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York, NY, United States

This season, the NCC remembers the immortal words of Emma Lazarus, inscribed on the Statue of Liberty: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” At Prism, we celebrate diversity—the very fabric of our American identity. Here, being different is not only ok, but cherished; and loving each other for our differences is one of our core values. Musical selections this evening at Carnegie Hall will chant the praises of diversity from across the globe, including a special tribute to Leonard Bernstein as part of Bernstein at 100, the worldwide centennial festival, in a jubilant season finale.

03:00 pm
Chichester Psalms
Los Angeles Philharmonic/ Gustavo Dudamel
David Geffen Hall, New York, NY, USA
03:00 pm
Symphony No.2: The Age of Anxiety
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi/Jader Bignamini/Emanuele Arciuli
Auditorium di Milano Fondazione Cariplo, Milan, Italy
03:00 pm
Symphonic Fireworks
Brockton Symphony/James M. Orent
Christ Congregational Church, Brockton, MA, USA
03:30 pm
BYSO Spring Concert
Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra/Federico Cortese
Symphony Hall, Boston, MA, United States