Friday | 9.15.17 | 8:30 PM
Saturday | 9.16.17 | 7:30 PM
The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 West 37th Street
The Chelsea Symphony is thrilled to return to The DiMenna Center for Classical Music for the opening series of its twelfth season, Sea Change, featuring music inspired by the natural world. This season showcases compelling works with a focus on nature and environmental stewardship.
TCS welcomes back two soloists to the stage: Phil Rashkin is the featured performer on the Ralph Vaughan Williams' Oboe Concerto on Friday's concert and Elise Frawley solos on Sally Beamish's Viola Concerto No. 2, "The Seafarer," on Saturday's concert. Both concerts open with the world premiere of TCS composer Tim Kiah's Endangered Song, a concerto for orchestra inspired by the desperate survival of endangered animals, and close with Claude Debussy's lush tour-de-force La Mer.
Concerts will be held at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 West 37th Street
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Photo by Matt Howard
Tim KiahEndangered Song (World Premiere)
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsConcerto for Oboe and Strings in A Minor
Phil Rashkin Oboe
Sally BeamishViola Concerto No. 2 ("The Seafarer")
Elise Frawley Viola
Claude DebussyLa mer, trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre
Sally Beamish: Viola Concerto No. 2 ("The Seafarer")
Elise Frawley enjoys playing viola in a variety of venues, from Carnegie Hall to Rockwood Music Hall. She has performed with such ensembles as the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra at the Metropolitan Opera House, the Albany Symphony Orchestra, the American Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber …
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Concerto for Oboe and Strings in A Minor
Phil Rashkin, a Los Angeles native, performs dynamically as a conductor, symphonic, and solo musician and maintains an active schedule as music director for Opera Upper West and The Special Music School's Wind Ensemble. Mr. Rashkin also coaches music with Face the Music and is currently an …