Starting September 28, 2018, TŌN debuts on WWFM – The Classical Network. Live stream online or listen in NJ and eastern PA on 89.1 FM or 91.1 FM. To see the schedule of future TŌN appearances on WWFM, visit the Watch & Listen page on this website and click on “Radio Schedule.” >MORE INFO ON […]
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Entries by Brian Heck
We are proud to debut our newest video series, 60-Second Thumbnails. In each video, TŌN oboist Kelly Mozeik gives you a quick rundown of all the essential information you might want to know before hearing a piece performed in concert. Watch for new videos in this series before each TŌN concert at Bard’s Fisher Center, […]
Performances Continue at Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Three Programs at the Fisher Center at Bard College, and Three Free Concerts in Manhattan and Beyond U.S. Premiere of Tan Dun’s Cello Concerto: Intercourse of Fire and Water Guest Artists to Include Conductor Tan Dun, Pianist Orion Weiss, Cellist Jing Zhao, Tenor Eric Carey, and Baritone […]
TŌN’s Fourth Season to Present Five Concert Series at Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Fisher Center at Bard College, and Free Concerts in New York City and Beyond Guest Artists to Include Conductors Tan Dun and Fabio Luisi; Violinist Vadim Repin; Pianists Orion Weiss and Alessandro Taverna; Soprano […]
Appearances Include Guest Pianists Peter Serkin and Anna Polonsky at Carnegie Hall, Performances at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Two Free Concerts at the Great Hall at Cooper Union and City College Center for the Arts Plus an All-Stravinsky Program at the Fisher Center at Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson, […]
Elias Rodriguez, winner of The Orchestra Now’s 2017 Concerto Competition, performed Weber’s Clarinet Concerto No. 1 with the orchestra on February 17 and 18, 2018. Below are his thoughts on this piece. There is no doubt that the clarinet was Carl Maria von Weber’s favorite wind instrument. Weber’s contributions to clarinet literature are significant and […]
Curious about our series Sight & Sound at The Metropolitan Museum of Art? Now you can watch a full concert online! At Shostakovich, Michelangelo & The Artistic Conscience, conductor and music historian Leon Botstein explored the parallels between Shostakovich’s Suite on Verses of Michelangelo and the artwork of Michelangelo. On-screen artworks were discussed alongside musical excerpts, followed by […]
Get to know the outstanding musicians of TŌN on our YouTube channel! Some of our finest oboe, viola, bassoon, and violin players share their personal stories to give audiences some insight into the musicians’ experience.
Appearances Include Two NYC Performances: A Program on Shostakovich and Michelangelo at The Metropolitan Museum of Art And a Free Concert at Peter Norton Symphony Space Plus Two Programs at the Fisher Center at Bard College Featuring Gershwin’s American in Paris and Mahler’s 7th Symphony Annandale-on Hudson, New York, January 10, 2018 – The Orchestra […]
Find out which pieces our musicians love to play in TŌN’s performance series on YouTube. Enjoy performances of works by Beethoven, Holst, Bach, and others as performed by TŌN musicians on solo oboe, viola, bassoon, and violin.