Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival

Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival features piano quartets in Norton Chapel at Keuka College. Concert features the festival’s artistic director, Richard Auldon Clark, and an ensemble from the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra and guest artists performing Brahms’ “Piano Quartet in G minor and Faure’s “Piano Quartet in C minor”. Venue is wheelchair accessible and includes a reception at intermission. Tickets are $25 for Adults and free for Students. Though tickets are usually available at the door, advance purchase is recommended by accessing our website at www.FingerLakes-Music.org.

Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival

The Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival celebrates Independence Day and Berstein’s 100th Birthday with a concert of American Song and Bernstein favorites at the Glenn Curtiss Museum in Hammondsport. Arrive a little early and tour the museum. Richard Auldon Clark, FLCMF Artistic Director with a string quartet from the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra and guest vocalist perform Bernstein, Gershwin, Copland, Stephen Foster and other favorite American composers. Venue is wheelchair accessible and includes a reception at intermission. Tickets are $25 for Adults and free for Students.

Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival

The Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival invites you to an afternoon of Beethoven and Brats in the Barn at Ravines Wine Cellars on Seneca Lake, 400 Barracks Road, off Pre-emption Rd. in Geneva. Authentic German fare and paired wines available for purchase prior to concert from 11:30-1:00. Concert features a string trio from the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra with Richard Auldon Clark, Artistic Director performing Beethoven’s “Opus 9, No. 1” and “Opus 9, No 2”.

Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival

Come celebrate the 16th Season of the Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival with this Opening Concert at Hunt Country Winery in Branchport featuring the festival’s artistic director, Richard Auldon Clark on viola and guest artists, the Abel Family String Quartet. They will perform Mozart’s ” Quintet in D major, K.593″ and Mendelssohn’s “Quintet in B flat major, Opus 87”. Venue is wheelchair accessible and includes a reception at intermission. Tickets are $25 for Adults and free for Students. Though tickets are usually available at the door, advance purchase is recommended.

DuoMotive Debut Recital!

Fresh from Night of Stars III: Finale Extravaganza, BU graduates Michael McAndrew and Michelle Li debut as a brand new contemporary flute and piano duo, DuoMotive. Several different pieces will be featured from the unconventional and virtuosic to the more intimate and introspective. This concert is open to the public and a freewill offering will be taken to benefit Broome County Council of the Arts.

Drama is on the BPO Program

The Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra presents music of Franz Joseph Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in a concert on May 19th in the Forum on Washington Street in downtown Binghamton.  The new Music Director, Daniel Hege, joins us to talk about this dramatic program featuring trumpet soloist Frank Campos.  

Photo credit: Alice G. Patterson

The Binghamton Philharmonic Celebrates the Variety of Music by ‘Magnificent Mozart’

The Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Principal Guest Conductor Daniel Hege presents ‘Magnificent Mozart’ on Saturday, May 5 at 7:30 in the Forum, on Washington Street in downtown Binghamton.  Maestro Hege talks about the great variety of music that Mozart wrote and one astonishing harmonic discovery he made while preparing this concert.  

Photo credit: Alice G. Patterson

Hear Here! Episode 3 | From Kid to Musician

Brian Manker went to school in upstate New York in the Endwell, Vestal, and Binghamton communities. He wanted to be a football player, but then he discovered

the cello.  Now he’s the principal cello for the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Produced by Bill Snyder. Post-Listen Discussion Questions:

Where did Brian Manker grow up?