STAY TŌNED

Concerts may be cancelled, but you can’t stop the music! The Orchestra Now is pleased to bring our audiences a variety of musical options that you can enjoy from home:

We can’t wait to perform live for you again, but in the meantime, Stay TŌNed! 

Music From Home: Esther Goldy Roestan

TŌN violinist Esther Goldy Roestan – “Social distancing practice with Wieniawski Etudes”

Music From Home

Music From Home: TŌN violinist Esther Goldy Roestan – “Social distancing practice with Wieniawski Etudes”

Posted by The Orchestra Now on Monday, March 30, 2020

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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Music From Home: Leonardo Pineda

Leonardo Pineda, TŌN ’19 & Christopher Beroes, Bard Conservatory ’16 perform Beroes’ arrangement of Venezuelan composer Antonio Lauro‘s Natalia.

Music From Home: Leonardo Pineda, TŌN '19 & Christopher Beroes, Bard Conservatory '16 perform Beroes' arrangement of Venezuelan composer Antonio Lauro's "Natalia."

Posted by The Orchestra Now on Friday, March 27, 2020

Music From Home: Tianpei Ai

TŌN violinist Tianpei Ai in an audition prep class with Nancy Wu, playing the 3rd movement of Beethoven‘s 9th Symphony.

Music From Home

Music From Home: TŌN violinist Ai Tianpei in an audition prep class with Nancy Wu, playing the 3rd movement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony.

Posted by The Orchestra Now on Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Concert Notes and music for March 22

Though we can’t perform today’s scheduled concert, we did want to share with you the concert notes, written by our talented musicians, as well as performances of the music by other ensembles.

The music is all related to the family of conductor Leonard Slatkin. First up was to be the NYC premiere of Double Play, written by Slatkin’s wife, Cindy McTee. Then we were to perform the NYC premiere of Slatkin’s own Kinah, an elegy to his late parents. (An off stage cello solo was to be performed by Slatkin’s brother, Frederick Zlotkin.) This would have been followed by three short works by his father, Felix Slatkin: Fisher’s Hornpipe, Wistful Haven, and Carmen’s Hoe-Down. And finally, the concert would have concluded with Rachmaninoff‘s 2nd Symphony, which was given its American premiere in 1901 by the Russian Symphony Orchestra Society led by Slatkin’s great-uncle, Modest Altschuler.

You can access the concert notes and music recordings by clicking here. We hope that you enjoy these notes, and that we’ll be able to perform these works for you at some point in the future.

TŌN Courses: Leonard Slatkin webinar

Many thanks to Leonard Slatkin, who spent a couple of hours on webinar with our musicians this afternoon, sharing his insight and answering questions. We covered everything from Rachmaninoff and Beethoven to Frank Sinatra and Vincent Price!

Music From Home: Elias Rodriguez

Former TŌN musician Elias Rodriguez performing from his window in Paris earlier this evening.

In solidarity with the health care professionals fighting Covid 19.

From my window in Paris – for the health care professionals fighting Covid 19. Cité International Universitaire de Paris 2019-2020#Fêteauxbalcons #France #Paris #USEmbassyFrance @U.S. Embassy France @Fondation des Etats-Unis #feusa

Posted by Elias Rodriguez, clarinetist. on Friday, March 20, 2020