Nov
16
12:00 PM12:00

House of Time plays Viennese Masters: Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven

Join us in the Guggenheim atrium for a special appearance by acclaimed ensemble House of Time.

From Mozart's mercurial grace, and the endless wit of Haydn, to the explosive, revolutionary strains of Beethoven, this concert brings together the three giants of late eighteenth century Vienna. The arrangement of Haydn's Opus 50, No.5 quartet by Mozart's oboist Joseph Fiala serves as the model for Gonzalo X. Ruiz's new arrangement of Beethoven's String Quartet Opus 18, No. 1. The program is rounded out with Mozart's Adagio and Fugue in D minor and Flute Quartet K. 285 arranged for oboe in C major. 

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Oct
23
12:00 PM12:00

Doctor's Orders: Bach and Vivaldi every day

Our season opener brings you a delightful program of baroque orchestra favorites, featuring Tatiana Daubek as the soloist on Vivaldi's Autumn from the Four Seasons. You'll also hear Bach's beloved Brandenburg Concerto #3 plus chamber music to round out the afternoon. We talked with your doctor- she ordered a big dose of music! Get it here!

In the meantime, enjoy this excerpt from the Concerts for Patients Orchestra's 2016 Bach Birthday concert.

1190 5th Ave @ E 101st St. in the Guggenheim Atrium of the Mount Sinai Hospital

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Aug
17
4:00 PM16:00

Opportunity Music Project Returns!

Opportunity Music Project's youth orchestra program returns to the community of Mount Sinai with orchestral and chamber music. OMP provides access to free instruments, lessons, and ensemble work to children and teenagers in NYC.

"Every child needs the opportunity to experience music. They also need a supportive family environment. Finally, to enter the world as outstanding citizens and leaders, they need the first hand experience of sharing their talent to benefit society. Opportunity Music Project works towards giving our students these crucial tools."

Don't miss this chance to see these talented kids offer their gift of healing music to Mount Sinai Hospital!

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Jun
7
6:00 PM18:00

Opportunity Music Project at Mount Sinai Hospital

We are thrilled to present Opportunity Music Project's youth orchestra program to the community of Mount Sinai. OMP provides access to free instruments, lessons, and ensemble work to children and teenagers in NYC. From their website:

"Every child needs the opportunity to experience music. They also need a supportive family environment. Finally, to enter the world as outstanding citizens and leaders, they need the first hand experience of sharing their talent to benefit society. Opportunity Music Project works towards giving our students these crucial tools."

Don't miss this chance to see these talented kids offer their gift of healing music to Mount Sinai Hospital!

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Jan
27
12:00 PM12:00

Happy Birthday Mozart

Don't miss Mozart's Birthday party at Mount Sinai Hospital! We'll feature hours of orchestral, vocal, and chamber music to brighten your day. 

The day begins at noon with an orchestra concert led by conductor Will Crutchfield featuring some of New York's brightest period instrument performers. You'll hear soloists Cynthia Roberts, Dongsok Shin, Samina Aslam, and Nadir Aslam backed by this sparkling ensemble. Stay for the afternoon as we hear chamber music on all instruments from all periods of Mozart's life. 

Read below to see the full program!

12:00pm:

from Symphony #39, K. 543: IV: Allegro

from Piano Concerto #22 in Eb, K.482: II. Andante. Dongsok Shin, fortepiano

from Violin Concerto #4 in D, K. 218 I. Allegro. Nadir Aslam, violin

from The Marriage of Figaro,  "Dove Sono", Samina Aslam, Soprano

from Violin Concerto #3 in G major, K. 216, II. Adagio, Cynthia Roberts, violin

from Cosi fan Tutti, "Come Scoglio", Samina Aslam, Soprano

Orchestra Conducted by Will Crutchfield

 

1:15: Chamber music begins!

Quintet in A major, K.581

I. Allegro II. Larghetto III. Menuetto IV. Allegretto con variazio

Thomas Carroll, Clarinet            

Edson Scheid, Violin

Francis Liu, Violin

Zoe Kemmerling, Viola

Sarah Stone, Cello

1:45

Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Op. 9, Fernando Sor (1778-1839)

Adagio for Glass Armonica in C-Major, KV 617a, W.A. Mozart, arr. Schulman

Andrew Schulman, 8-String Guitar

2:00

Duo No.3 in G major, Op.70 Vol.1: I.Adagio - Allegro molto; II.Tema con Variazione

Duo No.9 in C major, Op.70 Vol.3: I.Allegro; II.Andante cantabile; III.Allegro

Anna Tsukervanik and Pearl Sasanuma, violin

2:20

Six variations over the Andantino “Helas, j’ai perdu mon amant” in g minor, KV 360

Theresa Solomon, Violin

Dongsok Shin, fortepiano

2:30

Serenade No. 11 in Eb Major, K. 375

I. Allegro maestoso

II. Menuetto

III. Adagio

IV. Menuetto

V. Finale: Allegro

Kristin Olson and David Dickey, Oboe

Thomas Carroll and Elise Bonhivert, Clarinet

Allen Hamrick and Joe Jones, Bassoon

Yoni Kahn and Linda Dempf, Horn

3:00

String Quintet No. 4 in G Minor, K. 516

I. Allegro

III. Adagio ma non troppo

IV. Adagio - Allegro

Edson Scheid, Violin

Karen Dekker, Violin

Stephen Goist, Viola

Dan McCarthy, Viola

Arnie Tanimoto, Cello

3:30

Sonata in B-flat Major for fortepiano and violin, K. 454

Largo/Allegro – Andante – Allegretto

Leah Nelson, Violin

Dongsok Shin, Fortepiano

*15 min break*

4:15

Sonata in F major KV332

I. Allegro

II. Adagio

III. Allegro assai

Shiz'ka, piano

4:35

Trios for Basset Horns:

from Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492

Non piu andrai farfallone amoroso

Voi, che sapete

from Die Zauberflöte, K. 620

Hm Hm Hm / Drei Knaben

Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen

from Don Giovanni, K. 527

Madamina, il catalogo é questo

Ed Matthew, Elise Bonhivert, and Thomas Carroll, Basset Horn

4:55

 

Piano trio K. 548 in C Major (July, 1788) Allegro

Andante cantabile

Allegro

Sarah Stone, Cello

Francis Liu, Violin

Dongsok Shin, fortepiano

5:10

Dirk Homann, Piano

Lacrimosa (from the Requiem in D minor, K.626), Mozart-Saltykov

5:15:

*break 15 min*

5:30

Quartet Op. X No. 3 in B-flat Major 'The Hunt' K. 458 (1784)

I. Allegro vivace assai

II. Menuetto and Trio. Moderato

III. Adagio

IV. Allegro assai

Edson Scheid, Violin

Francis Liu, Violin

Zoe Kemmerling, Viola

Sarah Stone, Cello

6pm:

Quintet in E-flat major, K.452

Largo - Allegro moderato

Larghetto

Allegretto

 

Kristin Olson, oboe

Thomas Carroll, Clarinet

Allen Hamrick, Bassoon

Yoni Kahn, Horn

Dongsok Shin, Fortepiano

 

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Dec
20
12:00 PM12:00

Bach Choir of Holy Trinity, directed by Donald Meineke

The Grammy-nominated Bach Choir of Holy Trinity will transport you to another place with their holiday program of hand-picked unaccompanied choral works. You won't find a more comforting, uplifting, and moving musical experience anywhere.

Tuesday, December 20th at Noon

The Atrium of the Guggenheim Pavilion

Mount Sinai Hospital

1190 5th Avenue @ E 101st St

FREE

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Nov
3
12:00 PM12:00

Grand Harmonie with Cynthia Roberts, Violin

We are thrilled to welcome world-renowned violinist Cynthia Roberts and members of Grand Harmonie to the Mount Sinai Concerts series!

Grand Harmonie, a classical and romantic period instrument ensemble co-founded by our very own Kristin Olson, will present excerpts from their upcoming Gods and Mortals program, featuring the divine musical powers of Cynthia Roberts, violin and leader. The program includes Mozart's Jupiter Symphony and Mozart's Violin Concerto #5. Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear an entire classical period instrument orchestra in the Guggenheim Atrium! As a special bonus, the entire program will be performed again the following night on the UWS. Click for details!

November 3rd @ Noon, 1190 5th Ave @ E 101st St.

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Oct
12
3:00 PM15:00

Special Event: Vivaldi Bonanza at Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

We are pleased to bring the Mount Sinai Concerts orchestra on the "road" for a special appearance at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Due to the special nature of this concert inside a closed cancer care ward, we are not able to open our invitation up to the general public. We will repeat this concert at another time for our fans and wider audience at Mount Sinai! In the meantime, know that we are doing our best to uplift and inspire the patients who need it the most.

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