From their latest album, Babel, the award-winning Calidore String Quartet performs quartets by Robert Schumann and Dmitri Shostakovich that demonstrate how music substitutes for language in the deepest human experiences. Filmed by Zac Nicholson from Gymnopedie in Brooklyn, NY.
The flute, violin, viola, and harp make up this program that takes you to reverie. Featuring works by Beethoven, Debussy, and Saint-Saëns. Filmed by Tristan Cook and Zac Nicholson in New York, NY.
Two luscious string sextets from the late-romantic period complete this colorful program of music by Richard Strauss and Arnold Schoenberg. Filmed by Tristan Cook at the DiMenna Center in New York, NY.
Join clarinetist Yoonah Kim as she shares why she loves the clarinet and the journey she has taken with her instrument. Hear live performances, fascinating discussions on life as a clarinetist, and much more.
Special guest: Stefan Jackiw, violin
Violist Melissa Reardon shares her multifaceted career as a violist, the challenges and beauty of playing in her practice room, and why she loves the viola.
Join acclaimed harpist, Bridget Kibbey, as she shares how she got started on the harp, where she gains her inspirations from, and how she’s changing the face of the harp.
Join Sandbox Percussion as they discuss their lives as a percussion quartet, the multifaceted art of playing percussion, and a world premiere performance of Pillar 1 from Seven Pillars by Andy Akiho.
Join violinist Sean Lee as he performs selections from the virtuosic 24 Caprices written by Niccolò Paganini, and hear his in-depth knowledge on the pieces and techniques necessary to perform them.