Season Five Now On Sale!

Tickets are now on sale for The Orchestra Now’s 2019–20 concert season. Highlights include:

  • 7 concerts at the Fisher Center at Bard, including a U.S. premiere with guest conductor Hans Graf (Nov 2–3), a celebration of the genius of Beethoven (Feb 8–9), and a performance of Mahler’s massive Resurrection Symphony with the Bard Conservatory Orchestra (May 9–10)
  • 2 concerts at Carnegie Hall, including Stravinsky’s ballet score from The Fairy’s Kiss (Nov 14), and the NYC premiere of the first symphonic poem ever written (Apr 30)
  • The popular Sight & Sound series at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, delving into Strauss’ chivalric Don Quixote (Oct 27), and Haydn’s syncopated Clock Symphony (Feb 23), plus the first NYC performance of Honegger’s Symphony No. 1 in 58 years (Dec 8)
  • 2 Sunday matinees at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater, with Academy Award-winning composer and conductor Tan Dun (Dec 15), and the world-renowned Leonard Slatkin conducting his own elegy to his late parents (Mar 22)
  • 4 free concerts for the whole family: two at Hudson Hall in Hudson, NY, and two at Peter Norton Symphony Space on the Upper West Side of Manhattan

Subscription packages are also available for our concerts at the Fisher Center at Bard, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Get extra savings when you book at least three concerts!

>Browse the season

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Season Five of “Sight & Sound” is now on sale!

Tickets are now available for the 2019–20 season of The Orchestra Now’s popular series Sight & Sound at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. At each event, conductor and music historian Leon Botstein explores the parallels between orchestral music and the visual arts. First, a discussion is accompanied by musical excerpts performed by The Orchestra Now, and on-screen artworks. Then, a full performance and audience Q&A.

In season five we’ll look at the connections between chivalry and StraussDon Quixote, 18th century technology and Haydn‘s The Clock, and the music of Arthur Honegger and the artwork of Félix Vallotton.

3-concert packages start at just $75. Single tickets from $30. All tickets include museum admission.

>EXPLORE THE SEASON

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Subscriptions Now Available for Season Five at the Fisher Center

Subscription packages for the 2019–20 season of concerts at Bard’s Fisher Center for the Performing Arts are now available. Single concert tickets go on sale in July.

Our 5-Concert Series includes symphonies by Beethoven, Copland, Schubert, Shostakovich, and others.

With our Choose Your Own Series you can choose 3 or more of these concerts, or either of our special event concerts, which feature Stravinsky’s The Fairy’s Kiss, and a performance of Mahler’s massive Resurrection symphony.

For more information on subscription packages, visit our Subscriptions page.
Or visit the Fisher Center Series page to explore the concerts.

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Calling All Strings!

The Orchestra Now is still accepting applications for all string positions. If you are interested in joining this innovative graduate-level training orchestra and pursuing either a 3-year Master’s Degree or 2-year certificate in Curatorial, Critical, and Performance Studies, we want to hear from you!

Don’t delay, apply today!

For more info on the program, click here.
To apply, click here.

Photo by David DeNee

TŌN’s Musicians Preview Upcoming Performances

Find out what the musicians of The Orchestra Now think about their upcoming performances in our video series This Season With TŌN.

Watch for these enlightening videos before each of our concerts at Bard’s Fisher Center, Carnegie Hall, and Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater.

Hear TŌN on “Performance Today”

The Orchestra Now will once again be featured on America’s most popular classical music radio program, Performance Today, this Wednesday, November 14, with our performance of Jennifer Higdon’s blue cathedral . Listen online starting at 9 AM Wednesday. Hudson Valley residents can also tune in to WMHT-FM 89.1 or WRHV-FM 88.7 at 8 PM Wednesday evening.

To keep up on all of TŌN’s radio appearances, visit the Watch & Listen page on this website and click on “Radio Schedule.”

>MORE INFO ON PERFORMANCE TODAY

TŌN Begins a New Season on WMHT Live!

The Orchestra Now is thrilled to once again have our concerts broadcast on WMHT Live! Tune in to WMHT-FM 89.1/88.7, serving Eastern New York and Western New England, to hear our concerts recorded live at the Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College.

For a full schedule of upcoming broadcasts, visit the Watch & Listen page on this website and click on “Radio Schedule.”

>MORE INFO ON WMHT LIVE

Meet the Musicians of TŌN

All season long we’ll be introducing you to our fabulous musicians in the video series Meet the Musicians of TŌN.

Get to know a little more about their journeys and what it’s like to pursue music as a career.

TŌN Debuts on WWFM

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 WWFM

New Video Series: 60-Second Thumbnails

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, Carnegie Hall, and Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater.