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Sunday, April 1, 2001  |  Alice Tully Hall  |  Presented by Lincoln Center


The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center plays host to From the Top this week in an all ensemble program recorded at New York’s Lincoln Center.

You’ll hear five wonderfully different chamber groups all from schools in the New York area, and From the Top works hard to convince a 14-year-old clarinetist that it would be good for him to see the Rockettes.

Performers and Repertoire:

The Monroe-Woodbury High School Octet (clarinetists Miyako Tomimasu and Greg Caporale, bassoonists Linette Springhorn and Brian McLaud, French horn players Karlie Goldstein and Lisa Abrams, and oboists Matt Caldwell and Amy Bonnaffons) from Central Valley, NY, performs Serenade in C Minor, K 388 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Bayside High School Piano Quartet (cellist Pamela Sohn, violinist Cecee Pantikian, pianist Ji Young Kim, and violist Stacy Chang) from Queens, NY, perform Piano Quartet in A Minor, Op. 67, 3rd mvt. by Joaquín Turina

Pianist Christopher O’Riley performs Prelude in F-sharp by Frédéric Chopin

The St. Ann’s School Trio (cellist Susanna Mendlow, clarinetist Oliver Hagen, and pianist Tracy Cheung) from Brooklyn, NY, performs Trio, Op. 114 Allegro by Johannes Brahms

The Ridgewood High School Percussion Quartet (percussionists Caroline Mitgang, Paul Cigolini, Andrew Haderthauer and Audrey Birnbaum) by Ridgewood, NJ, performs Marimba Spiritual, 2nd mvt. by Minoru Miki

The Stuyvesant High School Piano Quintet (violinists Joseph Puglia and Daniel Lee; pianist Thomas Pastuszak; violist Ari Lee, and cellist Nicholas Candellakis) from New York, NY, perform Piano Quintet in A, Op. 81, 1st mvt. by Antonín Dvorák

Release Dates

  • Monday, October 1, 2001
  • Monday, May 28, 2001

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