Broadway Bach Ensemble Performing Free Classical Concert On Sunday February 7
The Broadway Bach Ensemble will be putting on another free concert this Sunday, February 7. The no cost classical concert will feature music from Bach, Beethoven, Milhaud and Poulenc. The event will also feature special guest violinist Yaegy Park. Park got her start at the age of 4 when became the youngest member to every join the Houston Young Artist foundation. The Broadway Bach Ensemble’s Principal Conductor and music director Michael F. Tietz conducts the 50-piece orchestra of community chamber professionals.
The afternoon's entertainment includes Darius Milhaud’s “La Création du Monde,” Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Violin Concerto in E Major,” Beethoven's "Symphony No. 7 in A Major," and Francis Poulenc’s “Overture.”
The Broadway Bach Ensemble puts on three main concerts in New York each year, including a winter (Feb), Spring (May) and Fall (Oct) concerts. The organisation does not charge for admission to their concerts. Instead they ask for donations as their official website explains:
“We don't charge admission for our concerts. We rely on the kindness of friends and strangers to finance the innovative concerts that we offer to the public for free. Even though all our musicians generously volunteer their time, a typical season costs thousands of dollars to put on. Our costs include rehearsal and performance space, insurance, music and instrument rentals, printing and postage, and more.”
If you would like to donate to the Broadway Bach Ensemble, you can by following the link here.
Broadway Bach Ensemble’s free Winter 2016 concert is this Sunday, February 7, at 2016 at 2:00 p.m. located at Broadway Presbyterian Church, 114th Street and Broadway (opposite Columbia University).© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.