CONCERTS & TICKETS

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SEASON DEDICATED TO EVELYN BRENZEL

2022-2023 SEASON CONCERTS
All performances in-person only

VOICES RAISED!

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2023, 7:30 PM

NOTE: Lincoln Middle School, 1613 James St., Syracuse

 

SFCM celebrates that most expressive of instruments, the human voice, in chamber works featuring Central New York's own singers and instrumentalists. Included in the program are songs by Ravel for mezzo-soprano, cello, flute, and piano; Delibes Flower Duet for soprano and mezzo; a piece by Barber for string quartet and baritone; a duet by Bizet for tenor and baritone; a trio for Soprano, violin, and piano; and Brahms' beloved Liebeslieder Waltzer for piano four hands and vocal quartet.

Ravel: Chansons madécasses

Barber: Dover Beach, op. 3

Delibes: Flower Duet from Lakmé

Bizet: The Pearl Fishers (duet)

Eric Whitacre: Hebrew Love Songs

Brahms: Liebeslieder Walzer, op. 52

Edgar Degas

HUB NEW MUSIC

SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 2023, 7:30 PM

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 310 Montgomery St., Syracuse

Hub New Music is a Boston-based ensemble forging new paths in 21st century music. The Boston Globe called its four innovative members (on violin, cello, flute, and clarinet) “contemporary chamber trailblazers.” Their program includes a piece they commissioned from Daniel Thomas Davis—a world premiere. How cutting-edge is that!.

Nathalie Joachim: They Found Me in Pieces

Angélica Negrón: New Work for Hub New Music

Daniel Thomas Davis: New Work for Hub New Music—world premiere

James Diaz: Lines on Acid Dreams

Michael Ippolito: Capriccio

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Photo: Robert Torres

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PACIFICA QUARTET with ANTHONY MCGILL

SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 2023, 7:30 PM

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 310 Montgomery St., Syracuse

The celebrated Pacifica Quartet returns for its sixth SFCM concert, joined by New York Philharmonic principal clarinetist Anthony McGill. Their program of ”American Stories”  will include music by three African American composers. Dvořák’s “American” quartet was written while the composer was in the United States, and may well reflect the Negro Spirituals he so much appreciated.

James Lee III: Quintet for Clarinet and String Quartet

Dvořák: String Quartet no. 12, op. 96, “American”

Florence Price: String Quartet in G major: Andante

Valerie Coleman: Shot Gun Houses

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Photo: Eric Rudd

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Buy tickets to this concert. (Full-time students free)

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FRAUTSCHI-MANASSE-NAKAMATSU TRIO

SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2023, 7:30 PM

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 310 Montgomery St., Syracuse

Sponsored by Andrew Russo

 

Van Cliburn gold-medal winner and CNY favorite Jon Nakamatsu will be joined by two other enormously gifted musicians: violinist and Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient Jennifer Frautschi, and Jon Manasse, called by the New York Times an “absolutely first rate clarinet soloist.” We will enjoy their artistry in several combinations: solo, duo, and trio.

Shostakovich: Five Pieces for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano

Weber: Grand Duo Concertante for Clarinet and Piano

Chopin: Fantasie in F Minor, op. 49

Bartók: Contrasts for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano