January 30

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Bernstein's "Romeo and Juliet"

Friday | 1.30.15 | 8:30 PM
St. Paul's Church

January's concert series showcases several exciting collaborations. Erich Schoen-René performs the Caprice for Cello and Orchestra by TCS co-founder Yaniv Segal, and the orchestra teams up with TCS Resident Composer Aaron Dai for Overture alla Marcia, a festive instrumental world premiere. Emanouil Manolov performs the solo in Sibelius's dramatic Violin Concerto. Selections from West Side Story, Leonard Bernstein's beloved reinterpretation of Romeo and Juliet, complete the program.

Conductors: Reuben Blundell, Julie Desbordes, Matthew Aubin

Tickets are available at the door for a suggested donation of $20

All concerts take place at St. Paul's Church, 315 West 22nd Street (between 8th + 9th Avenues), NYC

Program

Yaniv SegalCaprice for Cello and Orchestra
Jean SibeliusViolin Concerto
Aaron DaiOverture alla Marcia
Leonard BernsteinSymphonic Dances from West Side Story

Featured Artists

Emanouil Manolov
Violin

Friday, 1.30

Jean Sibelius: Violin Concerto


Violinist Emanouil Manolov made his debut playing on Bulgarian National Television at the age of ten. Since then he has gone on to concertize throughout his native Bulgaria, Germany, Japan, and the U.S. Solo and chamber recitals include performances at the Kennedy Center, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian, the Embassy Series, and Weill Hall. Mr. Manolov has collaborated in chamber music performances with members of the Emerson Quartet, the Berlin Philharmonic, and the Chamber Music Society at Lincoln Center. …

Erich Schoen-René
Cello

Friday, 1.30

Yaniv Segal: Caprice for Cello and Orchestra


Erich Schoen-René was born into a musical family and began playing cello at the age of four. He is the recipient of a double undergraduate degree in music performance and German from Bard College, a master’s degree from Manhattan School of Music, and considers himself very lucky to have studied with cellists Maxine Neuman, Luis Garcia-Renart, and David Geber. Erich has played extensively in the New York area, as well as in Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, and Croatia, and can be …

Conductors

A passionate advocate for American and contemporary music, Matthew Aubin has conducted and performed internationally from Carnegie Hall to the Musikverein and many stops in between. Currently in his third season as Music Director of the Jackson Symphony Orchestra, Aubin also serves as Artistic Director for The Chelsea Symphony in New York City. He regularly serves as a conductor and consultant for film and television including collaborations with the Golden Globe award-winning television series Mozart in the Jungle and Younger …

The 2018-19 season is Reuben’s seventh conducting The Chelsea Symphony, where he’s also a violinist and sometimes concertmaster. It’s his fifth season as Music Director of the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra in Pennsylvania, where guest soloists include Philadelphia Orchestra concertmaster David Kim. He’s also Music Director of the Riverside Orchestra on New York’s Upper West Side, collaborating with soloists from across New York including members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and New York Philharmonic.

At the Eastman School of Music in …

Originally from Limoges, France, Julie Desbordes is a fast rising conductor known for her engaging style, energetic interpretations and emotional communication with her musicians and audiences. Currently Artistic Director of QUO (the Queer Urban Orchestra) in New York City, her recent international appearances as a guest conductor include concerts in Venezuela, Canada, Hong Kong and Macau. She is also Associate Conductor of Education and Outreach for The Chelsea Symphony (NYC).

Julie’s love for music began from the moment she picked …