April 3, 2017
Curated by SubCulture’s Marc Kaplan, the three performances explore chamber music from classical to contemporary, including renowned violinist Anthony Marwood and Les Violins du Roy (April 24), cellist Joshua Roman (May 6) and world premiere of a new piano quintet by Gregg Kallor with the Attacca Quartet (June 5)
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 —
For Immediate Release -
The NoHo/East Village based
Sheen Center for Thought & Culture
is proud to announce its 2017 spring classical series made up of three unique concerts curated by Marc Kaplan of SubCulture, exploring the gamut of chamber music from the classical to the contemporary eras.
The series begins on April 24 with violinist
and the acclaimed chamber orchestra
Les Violins du Roy
performing works by Strauss, Mozart, and Enescu. The second concert, May 6, features cellist, composer, and curator
and several guest musicians in a far-ranging recital program. A final June 5 concert rounds out the season with the world premiere performance of
piano quintet, performed by Kallor and
The Attacca Quartet
For more information about the Spring season please visit:
Click here to download a schedule of performances.