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Tickets ($45 each, $40 for members) are available online, or by telephone at 212.547.0715 (publishable number).
Ticket holders may visit the galleries up to one hour before concerts begin. All sales are final; programs, artists, and dates are subject to change.
This fall, The Frick Collection presents its eightieth season of classical music concerts. The 2018–19 series will showcase exceptional musical talent from around the world. Among the most anticipated programs this season are six New York debuts of the German pianist Alexander Krichel; the award-winning German baritone Holger Falk, with pianist Julius Drake; French Quatuor Voce with Metropolitan Opera harpist, Emmanuel Ceysson; British violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen, performing with composer/pianist Huw Watkins; the French Trio Karénine, and the acclaimed Ensemble Correspondances, from France. Other highlights include the return of the ever-popular Dutch wind quintet Califax, and the Italian Quartetto di Cremona.
The Frick concert series also has a long history of reaching audiences far beyond those present for its live performances. Since their debut, the concerts were rebroadcast on the Municipal Broadcasting System, American Public Radio, WNYC, and WQRX. Beginning this fall, programs from the 2017–18 season will be carried on national public radio stations, and later on The Frick Collection website. Concerts from recent years are available on the WQRX website, at wqxr.org/frick. In addition, three concerts from this past season were broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in the United Kingdom. For complete program information and to purchase tickets, visit frick.org/programs/concerts.
Alexander Krichel, piano (New York debut)
Ravel, Le Tombeau de Couperin; Schumann
Holgar Falk, baritone (New York debut), and Julius Drake, piano
Schubert/Seidl; Eisler/Brecht, “Hollywooder Liederbuch”; Poulenc/Apollinaire; Satie/Ludion
Quartetto di Cremona
Boccherini; Ferrero; Wolf; Puccini; Verdi, Quartet in E Minor
Ensemble Correspondances (New York debut), Soprano, baritone, countertenor, recorder, two violins, viola da gamba, theorbo, harpsichord
Campra; Clérambault; Rameau, Anacréon
Trio Karénine (New York debut)
Shostakovitch; Ravel; Schubert, Trio No. 2, Op. 100 in E-flat Major, D. 929
Califax, wind quintet
Locatelli, Franck; Wilms; Janácek; Muhly; Abing; Moondog; Gershwin, An American in Paris
Quatuor Voce (New York Debut) with Emmanuel Ceysson, harp
Caplet, Conte fantastique; Hutilleux; Debussy; Beethoven, Quartet No. 10, Op. 74 “Harp”
Ensemble Caprice, 2 recorders, guitar, cello, percussion
Médard; Rameau; Marais, Les Folies d’Espagne; Corrette; Chédeville; Corbetta; Léclair
Boris Giltburg, piano
Medtner; Beethoven; Rachmaninov; Schumann, Carnaval, Op. 9
Tamsin Waley-Cohen, violin (New York debut), and Huw Watkins, piano
Watkins; Beethoven; Debussy; Knussen; Respighi, Violin Sonata in B Minor
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