May 28—Bach: Virtual Universality

Join us on Zoom next Thursday, May 28, at 7 PM for BACH: VIRTUAL UNIVERSALITY. Conductor James Bagwell, organist Renée Anne Louprette, and musicians from The Orchestra Now perform two Bach chorales—one from St. John Passion and the other from St. Matthew Passion—and answer your questions in a live Q&A. Register to join at tinyurl.com/bach528.

Facebook Watch Party 5/21

THURSDAY at 7: Join us on Facebook to watch our 2018 concert De Profundis, featuring violinist Vadim Repin, soprano Elizabeth de Trejo, and the Bard Festival Chorale, conducted by Leon Botstein and James Bagwell. Live chat with TŌN musicians while you watch! facebook.com/TheOrchNow

The Sanctuary Concert Project

This Sunday afternoon, musicians from The Orchestra Now are producing The Sanctuary Concert Project, benefiting the Columbia County Sanctuary Movement‘s Mano A Mano Mutual Aid Fund. Stream online May 17 at 1 PM Eastern on the project’s Facebook Page, and donate at sanctuarycolumbiacounty.org.

Opportunity Music Project’s Honors Orchestra

This past week, TŌN hosted NYC’s Opportunity Music Project (OMP) Honors Orchestra in a day of online activities, ranging from TŌNer-led small-group coachings, to discussions on music’s ability to bring people together. Some of our third-year TŌN musicians fulfill their Teaching Artist credit by working with these talented young OMP players. Here’s a video from our culminating Bach-Breakdown Dance Party!

Bach-Breakdown Dance Party

This past week, TŌN hosted NYC's Opportunity Music Project (OMP) Honors Orchestra in a day of online activities, ranging from TŌNer-led small-group coachings, to discussions on music's ability to bring people together. Some of our third-year TŌN musicians fulfill their Teaching Artist credit by working with these talented young OMP players. Here’s a video from our culminating Bach-Breakdown Dance Party!#bardmusicconnects

Posted by The Orchestra Now on Thursday, April 23, 2020

Bard High School Early College’s Dean’s Hour

On Wednesday, four TŌN musicians took part in Bard High School Early College‘s Dean’s Hour. Cellist Pecos Singer, flutist Matt Ross, clarinetist Viktor Toth, and oboist Regina Brady performed short pieces by Bach, Mozart, Copland, and Britten, and answered students’ questions. Watch the video to hear the music and see what they had to say!

Tune In: OurConcerts.live

TŌN faculty Bridget Kibbey joins Emanuel Ax, Jon Kimura Parker, J’Nai Bridges, Rachel Barton Pine, Anthony McGill and others for a virtual concert benefiting Artist Relief Tree this Saturday, April 4 at 8 PM Eastern. Tickets are available at OurConcerts.live, with contributions beginning at $5.

Bard Music Connects

Join us at Bard Music Connects, a home for online initiatives and content created by all the musicians at Bard College, including, but not limited to, the Conservatory, the Music Program and The Orchestra Now.
As we all find a way to navigate these strange times, let’s do it together—and with music.

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