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UPCOMING EVENTS


FAMILY ORCHESTRA CONCERT
Tuesday, February 28, 7:30 pm
Tickets: $5 • Staller Center | Main Stage
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PROGRAM:
Mozart, Overture to the Magic Flute
Saint-Saens, Danse bacchanale
Bernstein, Selections from West Side Story
Shostakovich, Piano Concerto No. 2 (1st movement)
 
This one-hour concert is an annual favorite of the Stony Brook community and the Stony Brook University’s students, faculty and staff along with their families. Featured soloist is pianist Emily Ramonetti, Winner of the 2016 USB Pre-College Concerto Competition, who will perform the 1st movement of Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 2 made famous in a Disney cartoon.

CONTEMPORARY CHAMBER PLAYERS
Wednesday, March 1, 8 pm
Tickets: Free admission • Staller Center | Recital Hall

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“Young America”: A program of music by American composers, from jazz to minimalism and maximalism. Directed by Eduardo Leandro.


STONY BROOK COMPOSERS
Monday, March 6, 8 pm
Tickets: Free admission • Staller Center | Recital Hall

The talented student composers at Stony Brook work side by side with the stellar performers of the Contemporary Chamber Players to present new music in a colorful range of styles.


starrySTARRY NIGHTS MARCH
Wednesday, March 8, 8 pm
Tickets: $38 • Staller Center | Recital Hall
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The stars of Stony Brook — who are artists in residence, doctors of musical arts and professors of music — have made Starry Nights a popular event. Audiences know to expect beautiful classics and ear-opening treats. Artists for this concert will feature Colin Carr, cello, and Jennifer Frautschi, violin, among others. Program: Vivaldi, Violin Concerto; Schubert, Piano Trio No. 2 in E-flat major; and a new piece for cello and string quartet by Stony Brook composer Perry Goldstein.


BAROQUE SUNDAYS AT THREE
Sunday, March 19, 3 pm
Tickets: Free admission • Staller Center | Recital Hall

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The Stony Brook Baroque Players features Beth Wenstrom, a brilliant young Baroque violinist and Stony Brook alumna. She will present a program of 17th- and 18th-century music from the courts of Europe. You will be amazed at her passion, expressivity and blinding virtuosity. Not to be missed!

 

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