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SAM SUGGS at Hudson View Gardens

You won’t want to miss the captivating double bass player SAM SUGGS, only the third double bassist to receive the prestigious DMA from the Yale School of Music, the first solo double bassist in a generation to join the roster of Concert Artists Guild and the first prize winner in the International Society of Bassists Solo Competition performing his own pieces. Sam will present Voyage Alone, a selection of transcriptions of both old and new music, traditional alphorn music and intimate, beautiful original compositions and commissions for solo double bass.  We hope to see you here!

Please forward this email to friends who you think might enjoy this concert and if you’d like to post the flier for your building, it is attached.

Suggested donation of $15 ($12 for students & seniors; free for kids under 8) includes post concert reception and a chance to mix and mingle with Sam and your friends and neighbors.
The Lounge is located one block west of Ft. Washington Avenue at Pinehurst Avenue & West 183rd St.  (A or #1 train to 181st St. or M4 bus to 183rd St.)

Don’t forget our next presentation – Sat., Feb. 22 at 7:30:  jazz singers Louise Rogers and Suzanne Lorge with pianist Mark Kross … and don’t forget to check out and “like” our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/HVGPAG) for more information.

SAM SUGGS at Hudson View Gardens

You won’t want to miss the captivating double bass player SAM SUGGS, only the third double bassist to receive the prestigious DMA from the Yale School of Music, the first solo double bassist in a generation to join the roster of Concert Artists Guild and the first prize winner in the International Society of Bassists Solo Competition performing his own pieces. Sam will present Voyage Alone, a selection of transcriptions of both old and new music, traditional alphorn music and intimate, beautiful original compositions and commissions for solo double bass.  We hope to see you here!

Please forward this email to friends who you think might enjoy this concert and if you’d like to post the flier for your building, it is attached.

Suggested donation of $15 ($12 for students & seniors; free for kids under 8) includes post concert reception and a chance to mix and mingle with Sam and your friends and neighbors.
The Lounge is located one block west of Ft. Washington Avenue at Pinehurst Avenue & West 183rd St.  (A or #1 train to 181st St. or M4 bus to 183rd St.)

Don’t forget our next presentation – Sat., Feb. 22 at 7:30:  jazz singers Louise Rogers and Suzanne Lorge with pianist Mark Kross … and don’t forget to check out and “like” our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/HVGPAG) for more information.

Carnegie Hall Citywide Concerts at Our Saviour’s Atonement: Bridget Kibbey, Bach to Brazil

When you hear Bridget Kibbey, you’ll toss aside everything you thought you knew about harp music. Praised for her “bravura and sensitivity” (The Washington Post), her daring and diverse programming spans the Baroque era—her performance of Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor is a YouTube sensation—to explorations of Brazilian dance music. She regularly performs with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, is a passionate advocate for living composers, and has toured and recorded with such superstars as Plácido Domingo and Dawn Upshaw.

PERFORMERS
A celebration of Nuevo Latino Culture, Bridget as assembled an all-star cast of musicians merging the jazz and classical worlds, including percussion giant Samuel Torres, and guitarist João Luiz Rezende.

About Carnegie Hall Citywide
Carnegie Hall is honored to partner with local community organizations to present free concerts that are sensational celebrations of sounds from across the country and around the globe. At a Carnegie Hall Citywide concert, you can revisit your favorite music or try something new, stay in your home borough or journey farther afield. Whatever you choose, you’ll experience everything that makes New York City so vibrant.

SAM SUGGS at Hudson View Gardens

You won’t want to miss the captivating double bass player SAM SUGGS, only the third double bassist to receive the prestigious DMA from the Yale School of Music, the first solo double bassist in a generation to join the roster of Concert Artists Guild and the first prize winner in the International Society of Bassists Solo Competition performing his own pieces. Sam will present Voyage Alone, a selection of transcriptions of both old and new music, traditional alphorn music and intimate, beautiful original compositions and commissions for solo double bass.  We hope to see you here!

Please forward this email to friends who you think might enjoy this concert and if you’d like to post the flier for your building, it is attached.

Suggested donation of $15 ($12 for students & seniors; free for kids under 8) includes post concert reception and a chance to mix and mingle with Sam and your friends and neighbors.
The Lounge is located one block west of Ft. Washington Avenue at Pinehurst Avenue & West 183rd St.  (A or #1 train to 181st St. or M4 bus to 183rd St.)

Don’t forget our next presentation – Sat., Feb. 22 at 7:30:  jazz singers Louise Rogers and Suzanne Lorge with pianist Mark Kross … and don’t forget to check out and “like” our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/HVGPAG) for more information.

NY Chamber Collective presents The Musical Melting Pot

PROGRAM NYCC explores past and present cultural influences on composers of chamber works from the Americas.

FEATURING Andy Bhasin, violin Artie Dibble, violin Philip Carter, violin/viola Drew Vella, viola David West, cello

ABOUT NY CHAMBER COLLECTIVE
NY Chamber Collective seeks to showcase top-notch chamber music concerts in intimate settings; allowing the audience an up close look at what makes great music. With a flexible instrumentation NYCC adapts the ensemble to make the most engaging and meaningful concert experiences for their fans.