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Musical Storefronts: Jonathan Woody, bass-baritone; Margaret Carpenter Haigh, soprano; Adam Young, viola da gamba & Daniel Swenberg, theorbo

April 16 at 11 am, 12 & 1 pm


Jonathan Woody Bio


Margaret Carpenter Haigh Bio


Daniel Swenberg Bio


Adam Young Bio

Program

JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU  –  Les Amants Trahis
NICOLAS RENIER  –  Ulisse & Pénélope (modern American premiere)
LOUIS-NICOLAS CLÉRAMBAULT  –  L'Amour et Bacchus


MUSICAL STOREFRONTS

January 21-April 28, 2021

Kaufman Music Center brought live music back to NYC’s Upper West Side with a pop-up concert series with 107 performances featuring 202 of our city’s finest performers, including chamber musicians, soloists, Broadway stars from Hamilton, Tootsie and Company, and artists from the Merkin Hall stage. More than 30K passers-by enjoyed the performances. Presented in partnership with the Alphadyne Foundation, Musical Storefronts provided work to artists severely impacted by the cancellation of live performances in a format that took into account all necessary health and safety measures for both artists and audiences.

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Adam Young Bio

Adam Young received his Master's degree in viola da gamba from The Juilliard School where he studied with Sarah Cunningham. A finalist in the 2018 Bach/Abel Wettbewerb in Köthen, Young has performed with many NYC-based early music ensembles as well as concerts in Canada, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Kosovo and Russia.