Events by type: Concert

Arnold Schönberg: Blaues Selbstportrait, 1910

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LBI is proud to co-present the concert “Silent Moons and Brahmsian Schoenbergs” in conjunction with the Chelsea Music Festival. Featuring works by Brahms, Schoenberg, Mendelssohn and the New York Premiere of Augusta Read Thomas’ “Silent Moon.”

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The orchestra takes its name from the Jakobsplatz Jewish Cultural Center in Munich, and is dedicated to fostering the presence and resurgence of Jewish culture in Europe, specifically in Germany.

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Orchestra Jakobsplatz Munich, directed by Daniel Grossmann, makes its New York debut at Symphony Space on Monday October 21, 2013. The concert features music by Mendelssohn, Klein, Mahler, and Schulhoff. LBI is proud to be a cultural sponsor of this concert.  Unfortunately, the ticket giveaway is now closed. Founded by conductor Daniel Grossmann in 2005, the orchestra takes…

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“Transcending Tradition” presents the life and work of Jewish mathematicians in Germany. Join us for the exhibit opening featuring mathematician Peter Lax, historian Moritz Epple, and a performance by the Momenta Quartet.

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The Chelsea Music Festival returns to LBI with an evening of music devoted to the Mendelssohn siblings that focuses on their music and their unique friendship as reflected in their letters.

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Cantor Schmuel Barzilai

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The Austrian Cultural Forum, in collaboration with the Leo Baeck Institute, is pleased to present the Chief Cantor of the Viennese Jewish Community, Shmuel Barzilai, in recital with pianist Daniel Gildar.

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YIVO and LBI present a concert of masterpieces by Jewish composers who were influenced by German musical culture: Mendelssohn, Mahler, Kurt Weill, Schoenberg, Louis Lewandowski, Anton Rubinstein, Joel Engel, Paul Ben Haim and Tzvi Avni.

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Emerging stars like the American Baritone Thomas Megliorenza, French Violinist Fanny Clamigirand, and German Violinist Augustin Hadelich perform works by Milhaud, Debussy, Ravel, and Felix Mendelssohn as well as a world-premiere of a piece by Somei Satoh.

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J.S. Bach by Elias Gottlob Haussmann (1748)

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Vassa Shevel and Inessa Zaretsky of the Phoenix Chamber Ensemble and a guest pianist, Ellen Braslavsky, will perform music for one and two pianos by J.S. Bach, Robert Schumann, Franz Schubert, Witold Lutoslavsky, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Astor Piazzola and Inessa Zaretsky.

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The Loewenberg Trio is Ilya Movchan, Hannah Loewenberg-Harnest, and Jordan Gregoris

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These three young graduates of London’s Royal College of Music have a passion for chamber Music. Ilya Movchan (violin) was born in Russia; Jordan Gregoris (cello) was born in France; Hannah Loewenberg-Harnest (piano) was born in New York and raised in Germany and England. At LBI, they performed works by Shostakovich, Bloch, Beethoven, and Suk.

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