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Miklós Perényi, cello & András Schiff, piano perform Beethoven

0 Miklós Perényi, cello & András Schiff, piano perform Beethovenhttp://92Y.org/Concerts

Duration : 0:8:30

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Benjamin Verdery plays Bach, Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012

0 Benjamin Verdery plays Bach, Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012http://92Y.org/Concerts

Benjamin Verdery, guitar
Bach: Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012 — Prelude; Sarabande; Gavottes
Jan 30, 2010 at 92nd Street Y

Duration : 0:12:44

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Jennifer Koh plays Chaconne from Bach, Partita No. 2 in D minor

0 Jennifer Koh plays Chaconne from Bach, Partita No. 2 in D minorhttp://92Y.org/Concerts

Jennifer Koh, violin
Bach: Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004 — Chaconne
Jan 30, 2011 at 92nd Street Y

Duration : 0:16:4

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Péter Esterházy Reads Celestial Harmonies at the 92nd Street Y

0 Péter Esterházy Reads Celestial Harmonies at the 92nd Street Y92Y Reading Series: http://www.92y.org/shop/category.asp?category=Interests+-+Literature888Interests+-+Literature+-+Events888Main+Reading+Series888&ev_ads=YouTube_MainReadingSeries&xad=YouTube_MainReadingSeries

A rare U.S. appearance by one of Europe’s leading writers. “Peter Esterházy is one of the most interesting and original writers of our time,” wrote Mario Vargas Llosa. “And his ambitious magnum opus, Celestial Harmonies, is a masterwork.

Duration : 0:10:1

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Los Angeles Guitar Quartet & Philip Proctor: The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote at 92nd Street Y

0 Los Angeles Guitar Quartet & Philip Proctor: The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote at 92nd Street Yhttp://92Y.org/Concerts

Los Angeles Guitar Quartet & Philip Proctor, actor

The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote (based on Cervantes Don Quixote, translated by Edith Grossman, and music from Medieval and Renaissance Spain)

Stage adaptation and musical arrangements by William Kanengiser

November 11, 2009 at the 92nd Street Y

Duration : 0:3:38

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Los Angeles Guitar Quartet & Philip Proctor: The Death of Don Quixote at 92nd Street Y

0 Los Angeles Guitar Quartet & Philip Proctor: The Death of Don Quixote at 92nd Street Yhttp://92Y.org/Concerts

Los Angeles Guitar Quartet & Philip Proctor, actor

The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote (based on Cervantes Don Quixote, translated by Edith Grossman, and music from Medieval and Renaissance Spain)

Stage adaptation and musical arrangements by William Kanengiser

November 11, 2009 at the 92nd Street Y

Duration : 0:4:24

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Chopin: Piano Sonata Nr.3, Op.58 – Claire Hunagci (11.2006)

0 Chopin: Piano Sonata Nr.3, Op.58   Claire Hunagci (11.2006)Claire Huangci
Hamamatsu International Piano Competition, Thrid Round, Nov 21, 2006

Frederic Chopin: Piano Sonata Nr.3 in B minor, Op.58
III. Large

Born in Rochester, New York in 1990, this young lady pianist Claire Huangci is coming from a Chinese American family of scientists.

Claire Huangci performed on Concerto Winderstein Munchen’s acclaimed ‘Klassik Vor Acht’ Series at the Herkulessaal, in Ludwigshafen’s Matinee, at the Morocco Festival both solo and concerto appearances with the National Orchestre du Morocco, at the Goslar Festival of Germany, twice at the Salle Cortot of Paris, Yamaha Paris and in other European venues. She also made a radio recording for the Bayerische Rundfunk Station of Germany. In March, Claire returned to China where she replaced pianist Yundi Li in performances with the China Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of noted pianist/conductor Shi Shucheng, performing Grieg’s Piano Concerto, which were broadcast nationwide on CCTV. She was also invited to perform with the Sudwestdeusche Philharmonie Orchestre in Konstanz Germany and Schaffhausen, Switzerland the Prokofiev Piano Concerto no. 2 in April of 2007. In May 2007, Claire participated in the Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition where she was the youngest contestant present. American performances include debuts with the New York Sinfonietta Orchestra, Helena Symphony, and Springfield Symphony and recitals at the Yamaha Artists Salon, choenberg Hall, and Kaufmann Center on NYC’s 92nd street Y, among many others. Upcoming performances include extensive tours throughout different cities in Japan, China, and Israel, recitals in Hanover, Salzburg, Frankfurt, and Baden-Baden Germany, and concerts in Warsaw, Poland, Bruges, Belgium, and Paris, France.

Duration : 0:9:12

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Crazy_Girl_92nd_Street-Y.wmv

0 Crazy Girl 92nd Street Y.wmvKomeda Project at 92 Street Y Festival – NYC with Jeremy Pelt, Krzysztof Medyna, Andrzej Winnicki, Michael Bates and Michael Winnicki.
Concert sponsored by Polish Cultural Institute in New York.

Duration : 0:11:22

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Claude Debussy – En Bateau – Harpist, YOLANDA KONDONASSIS.

0 Claude Debussy   En Bateau   Harpist, YOLANDA KONDONASSIS.YOLANDA KONDONASSIS, Harpist – 15 CDs for TELARC

Yolanda Kondonassis is celebrated as one of the world’s premiere solo harpists and is widely regarded as today’s most recorded classical harpist. Hailed as “an extraordinary virtuosa” and “sheer luminescence at the harp,” she has performed around the globe as a concerto soloist and in recital, bringing her unique brand of musicianship and warm artistry to an ever-increasing audience.

Since making her debut at age 18 with the New York Philharmonic and Zubin Mehta, Ms. Kondonassis has appeared as soloist with numerous major orchestras in the United States and abroad such as The Cleveland Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Houston Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Dallas Symphony, New York Chamber Symphony, Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfonica de Puerto Rico, Phoenix Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, New World Symphony, and Florida Orchestra, to name a few. Other solo appearances include engagements at Lincoln Center, the 92nd Street Y and Taiwan’s National Concert Hall.

Ms. Kondonassis’ extensive discography includes her recent Grammy-nominated release of music by Takemitsu and Debussy entitled Air, as well as Salzedo’s Harp, Debussy’s Harp, The Romantic Harp, her own (and the first-ever) harp transcription of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons with the Orchestra of Flanders, an all-Hovhaness album, featuring the world premiere recording of his Spirit of Trees, Quietude, A New Baroque, Pictures of the Floating World, Dream Season, Sky Music, and her debut album, Scintillation. Her recording of Mozart’s Concerto for Flute and Harp, with flutist Renée Krimsier and the English Chamber Orchestra, was released on the Channel Classics label.

Chamber music is a passion for Ms. Kondonassis and she enjoys every opportunity to indulge, including a recent tour of New Zealand with the Still/Chase/Kondonassis Trio and frequent appearances on chamber music series throughout the United States. She has appeared at numerous festivals such as the Marlboro, Spoleto, Tanglewood, Vail, Bay Chamber, Strings in the Mountains, Innsbrook, Great Lakes, and Mainly Mozart Festivals and has collaborated with members of the Alban Berg, Guarneri, Shanghai, Rossetti, Biava, and Vermeer string quartets.

As an author, composer, and arranger, Ms. Kondonassis has published three books to date: On Playing the Harp, a comprehensive guide to harp technique and methodology that has quickly become a standard in the harp pedagogy literature, The Yolanda Kondonassis Collection, a compilation of her many original transcriptions, arrangements and compositions for the harp, and The Yolanda Kondonassis Christmas Collection, featuring Ms. Kondonassis’ most popular arrangements from her acclaimed disc, Dream Season: The Christmas Harp. All of Ms. Kondonassis’ works are published by Carl Fischer Music.

Her long list of national and international honors includes top prizes in the Affiliate Artists National Auditions in New York and the Maria Korchinska International Harp Competition in Great Britain. The first harpist to receive the Darius Milhaud Prize, she is committed to the advancement of contemporary music through both the performance and commissioning of new works for the harp. The recipient of two Solo Recitalists Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Ms. Kondonassis has been featured on CNN and PBS television as well as National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, St. Paul Sunday Morning, and Performance Today. In addition to her active performing and recording schedule, Ms. Kondonassis heads the harp departments at The Cleveland Institute of Music and Oberlin College Conservatory, and has presented master classes around the world.

Ms. Kondonassis carries her passionate artistic commitment to issues regarding the protection of natural resources, air quality, and climate change. Royalties from several of her projects are donated to earth causes and she is the founder and director of Earth at Heart, a non-profit organization devoted to earth literacy and inspiration through the arts. Her first children’s book, entitled Our House is Round: A Kid’s Book About Why Protecting the Earth Matters was released on Earth Day, 2010.

Ms. Kondonassis was born in Norman, Oklahoma and attended high school at Interlochen Arts Academy. She continued her education at The Cleveland Institute of Music, where she received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees as a student of Alice Chalifoux. Yolanda Kondonassis plays a Lyon & Healy Salzedo Model harp.

For more information on Yolanda Kondonassis, visit:YolandaHarp.com

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“I Rise Again” – Josh Grisetti

0 I Rise Again   Josh GrisettiJosh Grisetti sings “I Rise Again” from ON THE 20TH CENTURY at the 2011 92nd Street Y Lyrics & Lyricists concert series. This material is copyrighted and prohibited from being reproduced, broadcast or redistributed in any way; it is used here for demo purposes only.

For more videos, audio clips and photos, visit www.joshgrisetti.com

Duration : 0:2:45

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Agitato from Due Canzoni Lidie

0 Agitato from Due Canzoni LidieAdam Brown performs the Agitato from Nuccio D’Angelo’s Due Canzoni Lidie live in Los Angeles.

Guitarist Adam Brown has performed throughout Europe, the United States and South America. His many concert appearances have included recitals at Lincoln Centers Alice Tully Hall (NY), the 92nd St.Y-Tisch Center for the Performing Arts (NY), St. Martin-in-the-Fields and the Wigmore Hall (London) as well as appearances at such renowned music festivals as Aspen (USA), Spoleto (Italy), Accademia Chigiana (Italy), Amsterdam International Guitar Festival (Holland), Bath International Guitar Festival (England) and the Musica y Danza Festival (Peru).

Born in Scotland to American parents, Adam Brown studied with Carlos Bonell as a Foundation Scholar at the Royal College of Music in London, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree with Honours and where he received several prestigious awards. He continued his studies with Sharon Isbin at the Juilliard School in New York City, earning his Masters of Music degree and subsequently becoming the first guitarist to complete the Juilliards distinguished Artist Diploma. He went on to earn the Doctorate in Musical Arts at the University of Southern California, where he studied with celebrated guitarists William Kanengiser and Pepe Romero.

His first commercially available solo album, The Rebels Within, has recently been released on the AB Matrix label and features the music of Benjamin Britten, Frank Martin, Nuccio DAngelo, and Lennox Berkeley.

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Noga and S’madar

0 Noga and SmadarLive at the Jews’cappella at the 92nd St. Y

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Chopin Waltz op. 62, no. 2 in B min. – Elisha Abas

0 Chopin Waltz op. 62, no. 2 in B min.   Elisha AbasWaltz op. 62 no. 2 in B minor by Frédéric Chopin
Elisha Abas, piano
Recorded live in New York City

From a recital in New York City of Israeli concert pianist Elisha Abas. He was a prodigy who, during his youth, shared the stage with Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern at Carnegie Hall, and performed in a televised concert with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra under Zubin Mehta. During a visit to Israel, Artur Rubinstein encountered the young Elisha and, upon hearing him play, sought to mentor him. Elisha still has the engraved watch Rubinstein gave him to commemorate their rapport. But, despite this brilliant beginning, Mr. Abas has only recently returned to the world of music after wanting to withdraw from it at age 14. Among other endeavors, he has been a professional soccer player in Israel’s Premiere League, and he is also the great-great grandson of Russian composer and pianist Alexander Scriabin. He was a life-long student of the legendary Israeli piano teacher Pnina Salzman, who was a pupil of Alfred Cortot. Mr. Abas’s Russian debut took place in Saint Petersburg in October 2008. Recently, his recording of Brahms’s First Piano Concerto was released and he performed in Caracas with the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela. In April 2012 he will perform Chopin’s Second Piano Concerto at New York’s 92nd Street Y.

Duration : 0:3:51

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Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis: Donna Karan

0 Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis: Donna Karanhttp://www.92y.org/Uptown/Events/Lectures.aspx?page=0&utm_source=YouTube_92Y&utm_medium=YouTube_AllTalks_Jan1112&utm_campaign=Adult_Lectures
Donna Karan speaks with fashion industry leader Fern Mallis about Karan’s foundation, Urban Zen, at 92Y on January 12, 2012

Duration : 0:11:21

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4 Things You Can Right Now To Prolong Your Life – Dr. David Agus with Connie Chung: Ending Illness

0 4 Things You Can Right Now To Prolong Your Life   Dr. David Agus with Connie Chung: Ending Illnesshttp://www.92Y.org/92YU Dr. David Agus talks Connie Chung on four things you can do to prolong your life — take baby aspirin, a statin (like Lipitor), get your flu shot and wear better shoes.

92YU unites the best minds from universities and organizations all over the world and welcomes them to 92Y! Lecturers from the Ivy League and beyond take on the most extraordinary ideas, people and creations of our time.

Every session includes not just a lecture, but a chance for each class to share ideas and perspectives. Join us this fall to enjoy the best of the university experience … without the exams! See all 92YU events: http://www.92Y.org/uptown/events/lectures/All-92YU-Talks.aspx?utm_source=YouTube_92Y&utm_medium=YouTube_92YPKrugmanJGreenfield_Jan1112&utm_campaign=Adult_Lectures

Duration : 0:10:17

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Chopin Nocturne KKIVa No. 16 in C-sharp min. – Elisha Abas

0 Chopin Nocturne KKIVa No. 16 in C sharp min.   Elisha AbasNocturne KKIVa No. 16 in C-sharp minor by Frédéric Chopin
Elisha Abas, piano
Recorded live in New York City

From a recital in New York City of Israeli concert pianist Elisha Abas. He was a prodigy who, during his youth, shared the stage with Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern at Carnegie Hall, and performed in a televised concert with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra under Zubin Mehta. During a visit to Israel, Artur Rubinstein encountered the young Elisha and, upon hearing him play, sought to mentor him. Elisha still has the engraved watch Rubinstein gave him to commemorate their rapport. But, despite this brilliant beginning, Mr. Abas has only recently returned to the world of music after wanting to withdraw from it at age 14. Among other endeavors, he has been a professional soccer player in Israel’s Premiere League, and he is also the great-great grandson of Russian composer and pianist Alexander Scriabin. He was a life-long student of the legendary Israeli piano teacher Pnina Salzman, who was a pupil of Alfred Cortot. Mr. Abas’s Russian debut took place in Saint Petersburg in October 2008. Recently, his recording of Brahms’s First Piano Concerto was released and he performed in Caracas with the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela. In April 2012 he will perform Chopin’s Second Piano Concerto at New York’s 92nd Street Y.

Duration : 0:4:3

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Chopin: Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op.22 – Claire Hunagci (11.2006)

0 Chopin: Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op.22   Claire Hunagci (11.2006)Chopin: Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante in E Flat Major, Op.22
II. Polonaise: molto allegro

Claire Huangci
Hamamatsu International Piano Competition, Second Round, Nov 17 2006

Born in Rochester, New York in 1990, this young lady pianist Claire Huangci is coming from a Chinese American family of scientists.

Claire Huangci performed on Concerto Winderstein Munchen’s acclaimed ‘Klassik Vor Acht’ Series at the Herkulessaal, in Ludwigshafen’s Matinee, at the Morocco Festival both solo and concerto appearances with the National Orchestre du Morocco, at the Goslar Festival of Germany, twice at the Salle Cortot of Paris, Yamaha Paris and in other European venues. She also made a radio recording for the Bayerische Rundfunk Station of Germany. In March, Claire returned to China where she replaced pianist Yundi Li in performances with the China Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of noted pianist/conductor Shi Shucheng, performing Grieg’s Piano Concerto, which were broadcast nationwide on CCTV. She was also invited to perform with the Sudwestdeusche Philharmonie Orchestre in Konstanz Germany and Schaffhausen, Switzerland the Prokofiev Piano Concerto no. 2 in April of 2007. In May 2007, Claire participated in the Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition where she was the youngest contestant present. American performances include debuts with the New York Sinfonietta Orchestra, Helena Symphony, and Springfield Symphony and recitals at the Yamaha Artists Salon, choenberg Hall, and Kaufmann Center on NYC’s 92nd street Y, among many others. Upcoming performances include extensive tours throughout different cities in Japan, China, and Israel, recitals in Hanover, Salzburg, Frankfurt, and Baden-Baden Germany, and concerts in Warsaw, Poland, Bruges, Belgium, and Paris, France.

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Rhapsody Kioulaphides Sebastiaan de Grebber & Eva v.d. Dool

0 Rhapsody Kioulaphides  Sebastiaan de Grebber & Eva v.d. DoolThe Rhapsody for mandolin and piano by Victor Kioulaphides shown here was filmed during a concert by the Dutch mandolinist Sebastiaan de Grebber and Eva van den Dool. The performance took place in the Concert Hall of the Centre for the Arts – De Muzerie – in Zwolle on Saterday July 5th, 2008. The Rhapsody was composed by Kioulaphides for and dedicated to Sebastiaan de Grebber after the latter had premièred Kioulaphides ‘Diferencias sobre Morenika’, a wonderful composition for mandolin solo. The Rhapsody, equally beautiful, but with a more impressionistic and – towards the end – haunting character, was premièred in the presence of the composer during a concert on March 18th, 2005 in Zwolle, Netherlands. Since then the work has found its rightful place in the mandolin music literature.

Sebastiaan de Grebber is one of the leading musicians of the youngest generation of mandolinists. He studied the mandolin at the musicschool De Muzerie and ArtEZ Music Conservatory in Zwolle (Netherlands) under the guidance of Alex Timmerman, in Italy at the Conservatorio C. Pollini in Padova, with the famous Italian mandolinist Mr. Ugo Orlandi, and at the Messiaen Academie/Highschool for the Arts in Zwolle. To complete his music studies at the Messiaen Academie Sebastiaan gave a final concert after which the jury, enlarged for the occasion with Maestro Ugo Orlandi, unanimously in their opinion granted him the highest possible predicate: Master of music with distinction. Besides being a real ambassador for the virtuosic and original Italian mandolin repertoire of the 20th Century, Sebastiaans’ interest lies in the Modern music of our own time. A wonderful example of the outcome of that interest is this video with Victor Kioulaphidess Rhapsody. Here Sebastiaan plays a Luigi Embergher/Giannino Cerrone 5bis concert mandolin made in 1956.
The score and parts of the Rhapsody by Victor Kioulaphides can be ordered by Wolfhead Music (USA). Here is a direct link to the catalogue of their website:

http://www.wolfheadmusic.com/catalog.htm#mandolin

For more information about Sebastiaan de Grebber, his concerts and CDs, please visit his website: http://www.degrebber-mandolin.com/ or the Dutch Mandolin Chamber Orchestra of which Sebastiaan de Grebber is the Concert master:

http://www.mandolineorkest.nl/enwelkom.htm

Victor Kioulaphides was born in Athens, Greece, and moved to New York in 1979 where he studied double bass and composition at The Juilliard School and The Manhattan School of Music. Today he is a Member of ASCAP, American Music Centre, American Federation of Musicians and his compositions are i.e. published by the Liben Music Publishers and the New York Classical Guitar Society. Besides his busy activities as a classical double bass player Kioulaphides, a former faculty member at the Brooklyn Conservatory and a faculty member at the Lucy Moses School for Music and Dance, is a Staff member at Mannes College The New School for Music in New York.
As a composer Victor Kioulaphides received of one of ASCAP’s Special Awards every year since 1993, as well as two Margaret Fairbank Jory Copying Assistance grants in 1999 and 2001. In the past he was commissioned by the New York Classical Guitar Society, Trinity Lutheran / St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, The Diller-Quaile School, Davka Dances, and by numerous individual performers. In the US his compositions have been performed at the i.e. Carnegie Recital Hall, Merkin Hall, the 92nd Street Y, The Salon Theatre, CAMI Hall, and the Norwalk Youth Center; St. John the Divine, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Japanese-American, St. Mary of the Highlands and at the Trinity Church, Wall Street, while performances of his compositions outside the US, were given in among other countries: Argentina, Romania, Netherlans, France, England, Bolivia, Belgium, Spain and Germany. More information about the compositions, concerts with music by Victor Kioulaphides etc. you can find at Kioulaphides home page:

http://home.earthlink.net/~vkioulaphides/

This video was made by Mr. van den Dool at a concert given at the concert hall of the Centre for the Arts De Muzerie in Zwolle on Saterday July 5th, 2008. The release of this video is authorized by Victor Kioulaphides and published by Het CONSORT, Zwolle, Netherlands, 2008.

Duration : 0:7:9

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Bach. Sonata for cello and piano D major. HELED-FELDMAN, LIVE 1.wmv

0 Bach. Sonata for cello and piano D major. HELED FELDMAN, LIVE 1.wmvBACH: SONATA No. 2 IN D MAJOR Part 1. LIVE
Simca Heled – cello, Jonathan Feldman – piano.
1. Adagio 2. Allegro
From a concert in the 92nd St. Y in New York
Recorded in 1989

Duration : 0:5:39

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From the Poetry Center Archive: Four Irish Poets: More Than A Bit Of Craic

0 From the Poetry Center Archive: Four Irish Poets: More Than A Bit Of Craic92y Poetry: http://www.92Y.org/Uptown/Tisch-Center-for-the-Arts/Unterberg-Poetry-Center.aspx?pid=75912&utm_source=YouTube_92Y&utm_medium=YouTube_92Y_92YPoetry_Dec2811&utm_campaign=poetry_center

The Unterberg Poetry Center presented for Four Irish Poets on October 31, 2011; an evening of readings by Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Leontia Flynn, Caitriona O’Reilly and Rita Ann Higgins.

Head over to the 92Y Blog to download this audio, as well as a guest post on the event by poet Erica Wright, author of Instructions for Killing the Jackal, poetry editor at Guernica Magazine and writing instructor at 92YTribeca.
http://blog.92Y.org/index.php/weblog/item/from_the_poetry_center_archive_four_irish_poets_more_than_a_bit_of_craic/

Duration : 0:5:12

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92Y Share Your Story™ – David S. Rose

0 92Y Share Your Story™   David S. RoseLearn more about the Share Your Story video series, and view more videos, here: http://92Y.org/ShareYourStory

Contact us if you’d like to share your story or interview your grandparents, your daughter or your friend from painting class about his or her story: http://www.92Y.org/email.aspx?recipient=92

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Bill Charlap on Jazz in July

0 Bill Charlap on Jazz in Julyhttp://www.92y.org/shop/category.asp?category=888Jazz+In+July+2010888&ev_ads=YouTube_JazzinJuly

Pianist Bill Charlap, Creative Director for Jazz in July 2010, sat down with us to discuss his vision and history with this special series.

For more information on the series and the individual concerts, please visit 92Y.org/Jazz online: http://www.92y.org/shop/category.asp?category=888Jazz+In+July+2010888&ev_ads=YouTube_JazzinJuly

Follow 92Y on Twitter: http://Twitter.com/92Y
on Facebook: http://Facebook/92ndStreetY
Read more on the 92Y Blog: http://Blog.92Y.org

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92Y Share Your Story™ – Shirley Henschel

0 92Y Share Your Story™   Shirley HenschelLearn more about the Share Your Story video series, and view more videos, here: http://92Y.org/ShareYourStory

Contact us if you’d like to share your story or interview your grandparents, your daughter or your friend from painting class about his or her story: http://www.92Y.org/email.aspx?recipient=92

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El Ten Eleven – My Only Swerving

0 El Ten Eleven   My Only SwervingLive at 92nd Street Y in Tribeca – NYC, NY
November 28. 2008

LA duo El Ten Eleven stitch sonic snips and scraps into something altogether planetary and prismatic.

http://www.myspace.com/elteneleven

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92Y Orchestra: Mendelssohn Symphony No. 3 “Scottish” Adagio

0 92Y Orchestra: Mendelssohn Symphony No. 3 Scottish Adagio92Y Orchestra
Sean Kubota, Conductor
Mendelssohn Symphony No. 3 “Scottish” Adagio

February 13th, 2011 at 92nd Street Y

Kubota recently won the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s first International Sir Georg Solti Conducting Competition and Apprenticeship: http://bit.ly/gTB9NM

We have an audition for the 92Y Community Orchestra this Sunday, February 27 starting at 1:30 pm. Interested applicants need to call 212-415-5580 to schedule an audition: http://bit.ly/i2pNum

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Prelude and Air from Quatre Pieces Breves by Frank Martin

0 Prelude and Air from Quatre Pieces Breves by Frank MartinAdam Brown performs the Prelude and Air from Frank Martin’s Quatre Pieces Breves live in Los Angeles.

Guitarist Adam Brown has performed throughout Europe, the United States and South America. His many concert appearances have included recitals at Lincoln Centers Alice Tully Hall (NY), the 92nd St.Y-Tisch Center for the Performing Arts (NY), St. Martin-in-the-Fields and the Wigmore Hall (London) as well as appearances at such renowned music festivals as Aspen (USA), Spoleto (Italy), Accademia Chigiana (Italy), Amsterdam International Guitar Festival (Holland), Bath International Guitar Festival (England) and the Musica y Danza Festival (Peru).

Born in Scotland to American parents, Adam Brown studied with Carlos Bonell as a Foundation Scholar at the Royal College of Music in London, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree with Honours and where he received several prestigious awards. He continued his studies with Sharon Isbin at the Juilliard School in New York City, earning his Masters of Music degree and subsequently becoming the first guitarist to complete the Juilliards distinguished Artist Diploma. He went on to earn the Doctorate in Musical Arts at the University of Southern California, where he studied with celebrated guitarists William Kanengiser and Pepe Romero.

His first commercially available solo album, The Rebels Within, has recently been released on the AB Matrix label and features the music of Benjamin Britten, Frank Martin, Nuccio DAngelo, and Lennox Berkeley.

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Rosanne Cash Interviewed by A.M. Homes

0 Rosanne Cash Interviewed by A.M. HomesPurchase the full program on FORA.tv: http://fora.tv/2010/10/07/92Y_Rosanne_Cash_The_Lyricists_Voice

92Y Poetry Center Schools Project: http://bit.ly/92YPoetryCenterSchoolsProject

Did you hear the news? Time Warner Cable’s New York Region and Ovation joined forces to support the 92nd Street Y Poetry Center Schools Project. The literary education program reaches 1,500 public high-school students annually and combines in-class creative writing workshops with the opportunity for students to meet leading contemporary writers and hear them read live in 92Y’s concert hall—all free-of charge to students and schools.

Last week, Time Warner Cable and Ovation celebrated the new partnership with a kick off reception followed by a conversation with singer-song writer Rosanne Cash hosted by novelist A.M. Homes in 92Y’s concert hall. No worries if you missed it, check out photo highlights on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=243200&id=6422138883) and video from the evening, including Rosanne singing Bob Dylan’s “Girl from the North Country”, on the 92Y Blog: http://bit.ly/ae8IXp

In the video, Ms. Homes asks Cash about her spiritual life and her multiple roles as a mother, wife and touring artist. Trying a number of religions, Cash confided Buddhism is the only religion that makes sense to her. “It’s about compassion, non-violence and self-awareness. What else,” she asked, “should religion be about, than those three things?”clip of Rosanne will bring you up to date on the festivities.

On her competing roles as a touring artist, mother and wife: “Becoming a mother changed me fundamentally…if you’re prioritizing, [you're children are] first, and then a record and a tour, and all of the other things that you fit in. Women can not have it all, that was the biggest myth that they fed us back in the 70s. It’s just not true. Nobody can have it all. You have to make choices, you have to make sacrifices.”

The partnership between Time Warner Cable, Ovation and 92Y will provide the opportunity for you to experience the Poetry Center Schools Project firsthand through a series of short documentary videos that will be free to Time Warner Cable customers on Channel 1111 using On Demand. If you would like to be notified when the first video airs, please join the Poetry Center’s eNews: http://bit.ly/PoetryCenterEnews

For more information on the full 2010/11 Poetry Center Reading Series, please visit: http://bit.ly/PoetryCenterMainReadingSeries

Unterberg Poetry Center webcasts and access to our archive are made possible in part by the generous support of the Sidney E. Frank Foundation.

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Flamenco – Tangos

0 Flamenco   TangosJoDe Romano’s Beginning Flamenco Class at the 92nd Street Y Adult Student Concert 2010.

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The Way I Am

0 The Way I Am“The Way I Am,” from Abby’s 11/13/11 concert at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan, with Ruby Froom and Nathaniel Sabat

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Nina’s concert

0 Ninas concertNina playing flute at the 92nd Street Y

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