The Orchestra Of The Bronx Kicks Off Its 53rd Season

Posted on October 20, 2019, 12:14 pm
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The Orchestra of the Bronx kicks off its 53rd Season today with a concert at Lehman College, Lovinger Theater today at 03:00 p.m.

The fabulous program includes:

  • Ravel, Pavane;
  • Haydn, Symphony No.101, “Clock”;
  • Beethoven, Piano Concerto No.5 in E-flat Major, “Emperor” with pianist Shawn Chang.

The concert is free for all and no tickets are required.

The concert is under the direction of Maestro Michael Speirman and will include over 50 professional musicians from all over the area, many who live in Bronx. The Orchestra is the only professional orchestra to call the Bronx home and are regularly recognized for excellent productions, bringing more classical music opportunities to the borough.

The next exciting performance of the season is a staging of Handel’s “Messiah”, on Sunday, December 15th at 03:00 p.m. at the Bronx Community College, with the Orchestra, Soloists and The Bronx Opera Chorus. Michael Speirman, Conducting with 23 speakers representing community leaders and well known people from Bronx.

The next performances include The Bronx Opera’s productions of Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” in January and Smetana’s “The Bartered Bride” which will be in May, both at the Lovinger Theater at Lehman College.

So make your way to Lehman College for Ravel, Haydn and Beethoven this afternoon and enjoy some wonderful music, close to home and close your your heart. There is nothing like being swept away by beautiful music and the opportunity to enjoy a top quality performance so close to home.

Tickets are free and everyone is welcome!

Location:

Lehman College Lovinger Theater
250 Bedford Park Boulevard W.
Bronx, NY 10468

Tel.: 718-960-8495

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