New York Winter Love Stories

Thursday, February 1, 2018, at 7:00 pm

This is an archived event, not part of the current festival.

Scorca Hall
National Opera Center

330 Seventh Avenue
7th Floor
New York, NY 10001


Robert Voisey Ana Milosavljevic Marisol Gentile Douglas DaSilver
Robert Voisey Ana Milosavljevic Marisol Gentile Douglas DaSilva

The concert opens with "A Manhattan Story: Winter" a unique narrative combined with virtuosic violin works performed by Eiko Kano, with pianist Karén Hakobyan, and narrated by Tadesh Inagaki.

"A Manhattan Story: Winter" will be followed by "New York Winter Love Stories" a lush collection of works featuring living composers from around the world with performances by pianist Sophia Yan, violinist Robert Radliff, voice and guitar by The Bowers-Fader Duo, and flautist A. Lish Lindsey.

These amazingly talented musicians will be performing works by Robert Voisey (NYC), Serban Nichifor (Romania) and Ana Milosavljevic (Serbia/NYC). Marisol Gentile's (Argentina) "Áshram", for violin and piano will be given its world premiere. Douglas DaSilva's "Love Is a Violent Teacher" will be given its world premiere by New York-based wind septet Vent Nouveau.

Doors open at 6:30.

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