Music from Old Vienna.
- The MET Chamber Ensemble performs.
Conductor and pianist James Levine has recovered, and on Sunday, November 16th we get to listen again to a concert by the ensemble he founded, the MET Chamber Ensemble.
All of the music to be performed at this concert is of Viennese origin, and it includes the following:
• Alban BERG: Adagio for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano from the Chamber Concerto
• Alban BERG: Four Pieces for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 5
• Anton Webern: Four Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op. 7
• Anton WEBERN: Three Little Pieces for Cello and Piano, Op. 11
• Anton WEBERN: Variations for Piano, Op. 27
• Arnold SCHOENBERG: “Pierrot lunaire”
- Weill Recital Hall; Carnegie Hall, in New York City.
- Sunday, November 16th, at 5 PM
For tickets, please call: 212-247-7800
Enjoy this concert!
I have admired James Levine for many years. When I watch his face, particularly as he conducts the music of Mozart, his face lights up with pure joy. See if you are able to observe that joy in the following:
Here is James Levine, conducting the Overture to Mozart’s “Le nozze di Figaro”:
Tags: Concert, Event, James Levine, MET Ensemble, Berg, Webern, Strauss, Schoenberg, November 16th 2014