Great Music at St. Bart's to Welcome Apple Hill Chamber Players & Dorian Quintet, 3/23
Great Music at St. Bart's will present The Apple Hill Chamber Players and the Dorian Quintet in Concert on Sunday, March 23 at 2:30 pm.
The Apple Hill Chamber Players are resident artists of Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music in New Hampshire and have won international praise for vital and elegant performances of chamber music literature, from 18th century masterpieces to new and commissioned works by leading composers. They serve as performing artists and core faculty for the internationally celebrated Summer Chamber Music Workshop held annually at Apple Hill. During the regular concert season, they travel across the United States, Europe, Middle East, and other areas performing concerts, conducting educational activities, and awarding scholarships to musicians of diverse backgrounds as part of the acclaimed Playing for Peace Project. They will be joined by the Dorian Wind Quintet, who are recognized globally for their vibrant and engaging performances.
Tickets at $25 with a $15 for students and senior citizens may be purchased at the concert office at 325 Park Ave. between the hours of 9 am and 6 pm or by calling (212) 378-0248 or online at www.mmpaf.org.
The Great Music Series, presented by the Mid-Manhattan Performing Arts Foundation, Inc., (MMPAF) offers a diverse variety of concerts from large scale choral works and organ concerts in the church to chamber music and jazz in the acoustically remarkable chapel. Crucial to the musical programming of the series is St. Bartholomew's Choir, a fully professional choir, and the Boy and Girl Choristers, renowned as one of the finest children's choir in the metropolitan area. The church also possesses an Aeolian/Skinner pipe organ of 168 stops, the largest in New York City and considered to be one of the greatest examples of the American Classic Organ of the 20th century.