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Lincoln Center Tours

Since the early 1970s the School of Music has sponsored nine different concerts at Lincoln Center, a world-renowned performance venue in Manhattan. In 1992, the concert featured five world-premiere performances of compositions commissioned by the School of Music to celebrate the centennial of Ithaca College. Ten years later, the concert celebrated the 80th birthday of Karel Husa, and, in 2005, Carl Orff’s Carmina Buranafilled Avery Fisher Hall.

Lincoln Center Tour 2017

“The Exquisite Hour: MusIC of Love and Rapture.
Ithaca College Choir, Chamber Orchestra, and Symphony Orchestra

Ithaca College Lincoln Center Performance
Saturday April 29th | 8:00 PM l Alice Tully Hall

Lincoln Center Preview Concert
Sunday April 23 | 4:00 PM | Ford Hall
▶ Free & open to the public | Live Streamed at ithaca.edu/music/live

Program

Richard Wagner: Siegfried Idyll
Chamber Orchestra
Calvin Wiersma, director | Tucker Davis, stage director

Dominick DiOrio (B.M. in Music, Ithaca College, 2006): Solaris: A Choral Symphony in Three Movements (World premiere commissioned work)
Samuel Barber: Prayers of Kierkegaard
Choir and Symphony Orchestra
Janet Galván, conductor

Lincoln Center Tour 2015

“MusIC of Our Time”
Ithaca College Choir, Contemporary Ensemble, and Wind Ensemble

Ithaca College Lincoln Center Performance
Friday, April 17 | 8:00 PM | Alice Tully Hall

Lincoln Center Preview Concert
Tuesday, April 14 | 8:15 PM | Ford Hall
▶ Free & open to the public | webstreamed at ithaca.edu/music/live

The Ithaca College Choir, Contemporary Ensemble, and Wind Ensemble—conducted by Janet Galván, Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann, and Stephen Peterson respectively—present an adventurous program of contemporary and new works.

The concert features the world premiere of IC 2006 alumnus Dominick DiOrio’s We Dance—commissioned by the School of Music for this exciting evening. The program also includes the New York City premiere of André Previn’s Music for Wind Orchestra (No Strings Attached).

Ithaca College gratefully acknowledges the financial support of Charles Hack ’69 and Angella Hearn in helping to make this concert possible.