PREformances: Season of Hope, episode 2 with Allison Charney and Kelly Hall-Tompkins, Thursday, January 14

Season of Hope, Ep 2: Violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins joins series host, soprano Allison Charney, in discussing and performing works by Bach, Shotakovich, Strauss and Bock and exploring the theme of hope – a commodity that feels hard to come by in our current world.

Musical Selections:
C Major Sonata/4th Movement – J.S. Bach
1st Violin Concerto/cadenza – Dimitri Shostakovich
Morgen – Richard Strauss
Miracle of Miracles – Bock/Eldor/Hall-Tompkins
Zueignung –Strauss

In this seven-episode concert and conversation series, Charney continues the PREFORMANCES™ mission of blurring the traditional barriers which exist between classical musicians and their audiences by providing an intimate and personal glimpse into top-level artists’ practices along with her signature “un-Google-able” insights – all with a focus on the series’ theme of hope. In addition, Allison and her guests will perform multiple musical selections on each episode. New episodes will air on Thursday nights at 7pm eastern and be followed by a live-but-virtual meet and greet with Charney, Town Hall Artistic Director, Melay Araya and several of the esteemed guest artists.  Admission is free; but registration is required.

January 14, 2021
7:00 PM
The Town Hall
Save to Calendar 2021-01-14 19:00:00 2021-01-14 19:00:00 America/New_York PREformances with Allison Charney: Episode 2 Season of Hope, Ep 2: Violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins joins series host, soprano Allison Charney, in discussing and performing works by Bach, Shotakovich, Strauss and Bock and exploring the theme of hope – a commodity that feels hard to come by in our current world. Musical Selections: C Major Sonata/4th Movement – J.S. Bach 1st Violin Concerto/cadenza – Dimitri Shostakovich Morgen – Richard Strauss Miracle of Miracles – Bock/Eldor/Hall-Tompkins Zueignung –Strauss In this seven-episode concert and conversation series, Charney continues the PREFORMANCES™ mission of blurring the traditional barriers which exist between classical musicians and their audiences by providing an intimate and personal glimpse into top-level artists’ practices along with her signature “un-Google-able” insights – all with a focus on the series’ theme of hope. In addition, Allison and her guests will perform multiple musical selections on each episode. New episodes will air on Thursday nights at 7pm eastern and be followed by a live-but-virtual meet and greet with Charney, Town Hall Artistic Director, Melay Araya and several of the esteemed guest artists.  Admission is free; but registration is required. New York The Town Hall
Type
Talks & Lectures
Music & Concerts
Free
Virtual