This 5th Anniversary Season is lovingly dedicated to the memory of our founder, Patti Cadby Birch.

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Here are the artists who will be performing in our 2007 series:

Sunday, April 29, 2007 at 5 pm
Only New York Recital
“In today’s commercialized musical world. Upshaw is a voice apart. She’s one of music’s most celebrated sopranos, but with her calm radiance, you wouldn’t think of her as a diva… Though she sings at the world’s great opera houses, she has a passion for bringing surprising, and fascinating, music to the public…”
—Mary Kunz Goldman, Buffalo News

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Sunday, May 13, 2007 at 5 pm
Only New York Appearance
“Are you ready for some trumpet playing? Very few trumpeters can fashion a career as a soloist, but Alison Balsom, a young Englishwoman, is doing so… The trumpet is a wonderful—wonderfully musical—instrument, in all periods: from the Baroque (certainly) to jazz. We should hear it more often, particularly in solo form…”
—Jay Nordlinger, The New York Sun
Alison Balsom is one of Grammophone Magazine’s hot picks for tomorrow’s classical music superstars. She will perform works by Bach, Handel, Purcell, deFalla, and Piazolla — Great music for Mother’s Day!
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Sunday, May 20, 2007 at 5 pm
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Only New York Appearance

Brahms: The Three Sonatas for Violin and Piano, Op. 78, 100 and 108
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Sunday, May 27, 2007 at 2 pm and 7 pm (Memorial Day Weekend)
Only New York Appearance
Bach’s Well-Tempered Klavier Books I and II in Two Concerts
“Some pianists take music and deliberately interpret it: “Look what I am doing with this piece.” Some use music as a showcase for their own technical abilities: “Look what the piece shows off in me.” And some, like Konstantin Lifschitz, simply play the music and through their playing reveal it. …having heard two concerts in a row on a sunny Sunday, one would have been happy to sit through them all over again.”
—Anne Midgette, The New York Times
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All concerts take place at Town Hall. Tickets only at the box office, 123 West 43rd Street between 6th Avenue and Broadway, starting at noon the day of the concert. Two tickets per person; first come, first served. While many people do line up in advance for tickets, only very rarely have supplies run out before concert time.

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