St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble comes to Queens Museum as part of its five-borough Subway Series, performing a free one-hour concert featuring music for winds and strings. The series will also host an art supply drive for children in under served communities in partnership with Cool Culture, so if you have colored pencils, water color sets and glue sticks, please bring them! Please click here for information about Cool Culture.
Grab a bite to eat in the neighborhood and treat yourself to a gourmet ice cream sandwich for dessert! Melt Bakery will sell their unique and delicious ice cream inventions before and after the performance.
R Strauss (arr. Hasenohrl) Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks
Nielsen Serenata in vano
Beethoven (arr. Stein) Symphony No. 2
Seats available on a first-come, first-served basis.
About Orchestra of St. Luke’s
Orchestra of St. Luke’s (OSL) is one of America’s most versatile and distinguished orchestras, collaborating with the world’s greatest artists and performing approximately 70 concerts each year – including its Carnegie Hall Orchestra Series, Chamber Music Series at The Morgan Library & Museum and Brooklyn Museum, and summer residency at Caramoor Music Festival. OSL has commissioned more than 50 new works, has given more than 175
world, U.S., and New York City premieres; and appears on more than 100 recordings, including four Grammy Award winners and seven releases on its own label, St. Luke’s Collection. Pablo Heras-Casado is OSL’s principal conductor. OSL began as a chamber ensemble based at The Church of St. Luke in the Fields in Greenwich Village. Today, St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble consists of 21 virtuoso artists who perform a diverse repertoire and make up OSL’s artistic core. Please click here for more information about St. Luke’s Subway Series.
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