Loss: Works by Mozart and ProkofievPart of the three-part video streamed music series with Musicivic Inc - Join the award-winning Shea-Kim Duo for Loss, a program of sonatas for violin and piano by W.A. Mozart and Sergei Prokofiev that contemplate the loss of something irreplaceable. The sonatas were completed at times when both composers were grappling with loss; Mozart wrote his E minor sonata around the time that he lost his mother, while Prokofiev composed his F minor violin sonata over a period of eight years, completing it shortly after the end of the World War II. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Sonata No. 21 in E minor Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953): Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 80
Ladies of Liberty: “100 Years Strong Celebration the Centennial Suffrage and the History of Woman’s Rights in America”This pre-recorded musical revue, featuring NYC award winning cabaret artist, Valarie diLorenzo, celebrates the 2020 Centennial of woman’s right to vote and traces the of history woman’s rights in America. She will start in the beginning, with connections to the early Civil Rights movement, and then brings us all the way to the modern feminist legacy, #MeToo movement and female empowerment, through exuberant, lively, sometimes humorous – often touching – songs.
Songs of Love: Lost and FoundPart of the three-part video streamed music series with Musicivic Inc - Join us for this week's performance, featuring Christopher Reames, tenor, and Kanako Reames, piano. Songs of Love: Lost and Found invites us through two complete song cycles: Robert Schumann's Dichterliebe ("A Poet's Love") and Francis Poulenc's Tel jour, telle nuit. Replete with lush imageries of springtime and nature, these two song cycles reflect on the poignant complexities of love lost and found.
Quartet SalonnièresPart of the three-part video streamed music series with Musicivic Inc - Devoted to historical performance, Quartet Salonnières is a newly formed ensemble that performs classical repertoire on original instruments using gut strings. The quartet is named for the women who hosted salons in the 18th and 19th centuries, known as the Salonnières, who through providing artistic and intellectually themed evenings in their homes, allowed the culture of the arts and philosophy to thrive. Join them in performances by Mozart, Haydn, and Boccherini!
Harp Music with a TwistWith heart and humor Kate Saxton is guaranteed to delight with traditional and modern music played on her concert harp.
Music of the West African Kora (Harp): A Filmed ConcertSean Gaskell will play the West African Kora, a melodic 21 string harp from Gambia in this filmed concert. You will hear traditional Gambian music dating back hundreds of years ago along with some of Sean’s own modern orchestrations. At times during this concert you may feel as though you are sitting in a symphony hall in NY City. Sean is a celebrated musician from Seattle who currently lives in North Carolina. He has been featured in music festivals in the United States and in Gambia and Senegal.
Musical Adventure from Piano Solos to Four-Hands Duets: A Filmed ConcertOlga Vinokur performs in this filmed concert as a Soloist and with Daniel Gnip in Four Hands Piano. "New York Times has described her playing as “an exquisite performance” and BBC magazine called Olga “superlative.” Olga Vinokur will present program of piano masterpieces by Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Gershwin among others. Her son Dan will join her for some exciting piano four-hands duos."
Gail Storm: A Filmed ConcertGail Storm, Long Island’s celebrated blues pianist, singer/songwriter, known for her blues stylings and treatment of the boogie woogie will perform a filmed concert of boogie woogie, traditional jazz, swing tunes, pop and originals. This concert is brought to NSPL through a East End Libraries Collaborative Project.
Harp Music with a TwistWith heart and humor Kate Saxton is guaranteed to delight with traditional and modern music played on her concert harp in this live-streamed mini concert.
The Ackley DuoAlison Ackley and Taylor Ackley are partners in life and in music. They have been performing together since 2015 when they founded the Deep Roots Ensemble. Taylor’s background in traditional American music and Alison’s extensive experience as a classical chamber musician come together to form the foundation of all the music they make together. The rich sound of their two-part harmony singing brings songs old and new to life in a way that feels both timeless and remarkable. In their five years of collaborating they have performed in festivals, concerts and recitals across the United States. The Deep Roots Ensemble's first album Songs from the Bitterroot was released in 2018 by 4Tay records and the next Hard Tellin’ is now available. While Taylor and Alison primarily perform with the Deep Roots Ensemble, their duo concerts always bring a special, intimate character to their well-loved style.
Broadway Café - Musical Appreciation featuring Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s: Oklahoma!
Enjoy a fun loving and interesting romp through Classic Broadway Musicals complete with music, singalong, backstage stories and more via Zoom.
Music Civic BaroquePerformed on historical instruments and recorded virtually, Musicivic Baroque continues to share their love of Baroque music with listeners around the world. Reserve your free tickets today and enjoy this eclectic program of Visée, Couperin, Stradella, and Fontana recorded for the North Shore Public Library patrons.
- This Concert Is Presented By NSPL & Musiciviv INC. Partnership