January 19-20



Friday | 1.19.24 | 8:00 PM
Saturday | 1.20.24 | 8:00 PM

The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 West 37th Street

TCS Artistic Director Mark Seto leads a program that celebrates the cultural heritage of the Americas. Florence Price’s groundbreaking Third Symphony synthesizes European and Black American musical traditions. Apu: Tone Poem for Orchestra by Gabriela Lena Frank is a brilliant evocation of a spirit from Andean Peru. A new concerto for two cellos by Michael Boyman rounds out the program.

Conductor:  Mark Seto


Gabriela Lena Frank

Apu: Tone Poem for Orchestra

Mike Boyman

World Premiere

Sue Rangeley, Cello
Jennifer Shaw, Cello
Florence Price

Symphony No. 3

Featured Artists

Jennifer Shaw

Friday, 1.19, Saturday, 1.20

Mike Boyman: World Premiere

Sue Rangeley

Friday, 1.19, Saturday, 1.20

Mike Boyman: World Premiere


Mark Seto leads a wide-ranging musical life as a conductor, scholar, teacher, and violinist. He is Artistic Director and Conductor of The Chelsea Symphony in New York City, and Senior Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Music at Brown University, where he directs the Brown University Orchestra and teaches courses in music history, theory, and conducting.

Since Mark’s tenure with The Chelsea Symphony began in 2011, the ensemble has strengthened its commitment to new music by programming dozens of …