On February 7, TŌN’s music director Leon Botstein led the orchestra in a streaming concert from the Fisher Center at Bard that featured Bach’s third Brandenburg Concerto and Schoenberg’s romantic tone poem Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night). Also on the program were works for string orchestra by Polish composer Witold Lutosławski and Venezuelan composer, pianist, and singer Teresa Carreño, who played for Abraham Lincoln at the White House in 1863. Scroll down below the video for basic program info and timings, or click here to read the full concert program.
1:00 Introductory remarks by TŌN cellist Cameron Collins
5:44 Witold Lutosławski Funeral Music
Read concert notes by TŌN violinist Adam Jeffreys by clicking here.
22:03 Introductory remarks by TŌN violinist Esther Goldy Roestan
24:40 Teresa Carreño Serenade for Strings
Read concert notes by TŌN violinist Yada Lee by clicking here.
47:03 Introductory remarks by TŌN violinist Tin Yan Lee
49:00 Remarks from TŌN Music Director Leon Botstein
52:14 Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
Read concert notes by TŌN violist Celia Daggy by clicking here.
1:06:58 Introductory remarks by TŌN violist Sean Flynn
1:10:10 Arnold Schoenberg Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night)
Read concert notes by TŌN cellist Jordan Gunn by clicking here.