2017 Year in Review

2017 was quite a year. Through it all, The Chelsea Symphony let music speak for our values as we presented affordable concerts for audiences of downtown Manhattan and beyond. We hope that we provided a place for you, our dedicated supporters, to enjoy music from today and yesterday that reflects the world around us.

Welcome to 2017-18: SEA CHANGE

Artistic Directors Matthew Aubin and Mark Seto welcome you to The Chelsea Symphony's 2017-18 season SEA CHANGE.

TCS at Rikers Island: April 2

Members of The Chelsea Symphony performed a series of chamber music concerts at two facilities on Rikers Island on April 2. Hear from the performers about this powerful experience as we look forward to our May 7 return to Rikers with full orchestra.

Soloist Spotlight: Mira Magrill

Flutist Dr. Mira Magrill performs the world premiere of Dr. Samuel Magrill's Concerto fantastique - Friday, April 21, at 8:30pm!

Soloist Spotlight: Stephen McDougall Graham

Stephen McDougall Graham performs Vieuxtemps' Fifth Violin Concerto on Friday, April 21, at 8:30p - read about Stephen and this piece before hearing this one-night only event!

Soloist Spotlight: Sarah Haines + Gizem Yücel

The March concert series features two solo violists: Sarah Haines on the world premiere of Michael Boyman's Concerto for Viola and Orchestra and Gizem Yücel on Astor Piazzolla's Adiós Nonino in a new arrangement by Antonio Truyols and Le Grand Tango. Hear the music March 10 and 11!

Soloist Spotlight: Jason Smoller

Jason Smoller performs the Pēteris Vasks English Horn Concerto with The Chelsea Symphony on Saturday, January 28, at 7:30pm! Read more about Jason and the Vasks and join TCS for the NYC premiere of the piece!

Soloist Spotlight: Emily DiAngelo

Emily DiAngelo performs L'Horloge de Flore (The Flower Clock) by Jean Françaix on Saturday, October 22, at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music in Cary Hall. Read about Emily before hearing the music!

Soloist Spotlight: Rachel Seiden

Rachel Seiden performs the Strauss Oboe Concerto with The Chelsea Symphony Friday, September 10 – read about Rachel, the arts, advertising, and this historic piece before hearing the concert!
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