The Cellists of Lincoln Center

Sunday, April 23, 5:00 PM at Alice Tully Hall
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$58.00–$98.00
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"...a clever, entertaining idea and proof, if any was needed, that the soulful cello can attract a crowd and satisfy it." -The New York Times

Lincoln Center is home to the world’s finest musicians, and this ensemble of cellists from CMS, The Juilliard School, the Metropolitan Opera, and the New York Philharmonic knows no equal. Having stormed the CMS stage three seasons ago with an unforgettable program of music ranging from the Renaissance to modern times, The Cellists of Lincoln Center return to offer an evening of unmatched sonority, beauty, and fun.

Program

  • Gabrieli Canzon XVI a 12 for Cellos, C. 209 (Pub. 1615)
  • Purcell “Nymphs and Shepherds Come Away” for Four Cellos from The Libertine (arr. Michael Finckel) (1695)
  • Victoria O Magnum Mysterium for Four Cellos (arr. Michael Finckel) (1572)
  • Obrecht “Tsaat een Meskin” for Four Cellos (arr. Michael Finckel)
  • Finckel The Red Cow is Dead for Four Cellos and Narrator (1964)
  • Dean Twelve Angry Men for Twelve Cellos (1996)
  • Ligeti Sonata for Cello (1948, 1953)
  • Glière Selections from Ten Duos for Cellos, Op. 53 (1911)
  • Tavares Ladainha for Eight Cellos (2009)
  • Villa-Lobos Bachianas brasileiras No. 5 for Soprano and Eight Cellos (1938, 1945)