Join soprano and series founder, Allison Charney, as she breaks down the traditional barriers between performers and audience members in her innovative concert series. Hear celebrated classical musicians in anticipation of their upcoming performances on the world's most prestigious stages.
New York City Opera mezzo-soprano Hyona Kim will sing the Judgment Scene from Verdi's Aida in preparation for her first Amneris at Germany's Opera Dortmund and will sing Puccini's tragically beautiful "Flower Duet" from Madama Butterfly with series founder and curator, soprano Allison Charney.
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic cellist Kajsa William-Olsson will play Martinu's Cello Concerto, No. 1 as she prepares to perform it with full orchestra later this season.
Orchestra of St. Luke's principal flutist Elizabeth Mann will play Prokofiev's Flute Sonata with pianist Donna Weng in advance of their upcoming concert at Princeton.
The ARK trio will perform Michael Ching’s reimaginings of five of Schubert's classic songs in his cycle “Arrangements and Derangements: Interpretations of Schubert.”
A portion of the proceeds from all ticket sales supports the cutting-edge cancer research of the Basser Center for BRCA.