Enjoy Mozart and more at FREE classical music concerts at the Bloomingdale School of Music, which has been training talented young musicians for more than 50 years in NYC. The free concerts by students, teachers and guest professionals are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays in October.
All the performances are at 7pm, at the Bloomingdale School of Music, 323 West 108th St. (#1 train to 110th). There are no reservations or tickets, so arrive early enough to get a seat.
Here’s the schedule:.
- Friday, October 9th
Michael Cochrane Trio Plays the Music of Bud Powell Join the Michael Cochrane Trio in paying tribute to Bud Powell, the father of modern jazz piano, in a concert of his Bebop compositions.
- Friday, October 16th
Mozart for Two Faculty artist Jeremy Blanden showcases Mozart’s lyricism and love for the violin and viola with the Duo in G Major and Sinfonia Concertante.
- Tuesday, October 20th
Faculty Focus: Kevin Farrell Faculty artist Kevin Farrell celebrates his latest trio recording “The Brooklyn Label Sessions,” a mix of originals and jazz standards.
- Friday, October 23rd
Koshka Piano Duo: Company of TwoFaculty artist Laurie Merchant and guest Mina Kusumoto demonstrate the piano’s unrivaled ability to realize orchestral masterworks.
- Friday, October 30th
Classic Forms, Romantic ExpressionJoin flautist Kaoru Hinata for iconic woodwind quintets by Felix Mendelssohn and Carl Nielsen balancing classical forms and personal, individual expression.
photo courtesy Bloomingdale School of Music