Chamber Orchestra Of New York Continues 10th Anniversary Season With Schubert's 5th, And Mozart's Concerto For Flute And Harp

Chamber Orchestra Of New York Continues 10th Anniversary Season With Schubert's 5th, And Mozart's Concerto For Flute And Harp

The Chamber Orchestra of New York, Salvatore Di Vittorio, Music Director and Conductor, will be in concert on Thursday, June 7 @ 7:30 PM, performing Schubert's 5th, and Mozart's Concerto for Flute and Harp, the fourth concert of its 10th Anniversary 2017-2018 Masterworks series at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, 57th St. at Seventh Avenue in Manhattan.

Maestro Di Vittorio and Chamber Orchestra of New York closes its Carnegie series with Italian flutist Tommaso Benciolini and harpist Emily Levin in Mozart's Concerto for Flute and Harp. Music Director Di Vittorio conducts the program, which includes the world premiere of composer Piergiorgio Ratti's Red Fireworks and Schubert's Symphony No. 5. Program notes and more concert information at

Single tickets are $45 and $50, with Senior/Student Tickets only available at the box office. Students must show ID. Tickets available at CarnegieCharge - 212-247-7800 or More about this concert at

VIP Tickets with post-concert reception information is available at All Chamber Orchestra of New York Carnegie Hall concerts are ADA accessible. For MTA transportation information, visit

Chamber Orchestra of New York is the city's premier young professional's orchestra. Founded to advance the careers of extraordinary artists, the orchestra presents works that bridge the classical and modern traditions. Internationally recognized for its championing of the Italian repertoire, the orchestra aims to cultivate a wider audience for the future of classical music. They have recorded four CDs for the Naxos label. For more about them, visit

Born in Palermo, Italy, composer and conductor Salvatore Di Vittorio has been hailed "a lyrical musical spirit, respectful of the ancient Italian tradition, following in the footsteps of Ottorino Respighi" - Luigi Verdi, Philharmonic Academy of Bologna. He was first noticed when Italian chamber orchestras programmed his works alongside Respighi, and later gained considerable attention with his completion of the first Violin Concerto (in A) and other works of Respighi - a commission from the great nieces and archive curator. With La Villa d'Este a Tivoli in 2016, Di Vittorio reached a significant milestone when he became the first composer to dedicate a work to The Morgan Library & Museum, and the first Italian composer during his lifetime to be invited to donate an autograph manuscript to the museum's world-renowned music archive. Much more about him at

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