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For more than thirty years, the Society has presented many and various programs. Under Jack Diether’s presidency, from 1977 to 1987, there were annual chamber concerts of song, piano transcriptions and other arrangements, including some premieres (tapes of the concerts from 1977 to 1984 are part of the Jack Diether collection and may be heard at the Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound at the New York Public Library of the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center; www.nypl.org/research ). Lectures by renowned Mahler authorities Henry-Louis de La Grange and Donald Mitchell enlightened members.

 

Since 1987, the Society has presented many more lectures, concerts, video presentations, and has visited the archives of the New York Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall and the Morgan Library for private viewings of manuscripts, annotated scores, and letters. Lectures have been presented on musical history, biography and interpretation, and a series on each of Mahler’s works. Speakers have included Society President Lewis M. Smoley, David Aldeborgh, Charles Zachary Bornstein, Leon Botstein, Jerry Bruck, Uri Caine, William Carragan, Riccardo Chailly, Sedgwick Clarke, Glen Cortese,  Harold Farberman,  Stephen Hefling, David Hurwitz, Michael Jameson, Joel Lazar, Norman Lebrecht, Yoon Jae Lee, Andrew Litton, Marilyn McCoy, Dennis Rooney, Thomas Sanderling, Sybille Werner, Mark Wigglesworth, Benjamin Zander; the late Jonathan Carr, Stuart Feder, Susan Filler,past GMSNY president Gerald S. Fox, Henry-Louis de La Grange, Gilbert Kaplan, and Ted Reilly.

 

Suggestions for speakers, programs or activities are welcome. Please contact the Society by letter or via email: gmsny@yahoo.com 



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Event Date: May-02-2018
Title: Leonard Bernstein and Vienna panel discussion
Location: Remarque Institute, 60 Fifth Avenue, NYC
 
Description:

Leonard Bernstein and Vienna: A Centennial Discussion

 

The Remarque Institute will be making its own contribution to the Leonard Bernstein centennial year with a European-oriented symposium on "Bernstein and Vienna," including a number of musicians who worked closely with Bernstein himself.  The date is Wednesday May 2, from 4 pm to 6 pm, with a reception to follow; we'll talk about what it meant for Bernstein to become a conducting sensation in Vienna, and also to bring Mahler's music back to Vienna.

Please join us!

 

Panel:

Michael Beckerman, NYU: Leonard Bernstein Scholar, New York Philharmonic

Jon Deak, Bassist, New York Philharmonic

Barbara Haws, Archivist and Historian, New York Philharmonic

Peter Kazaras, Operatic Tenor and Stage Director, Music Dept., UCLA

John Mauceri, Conductor, Producer, Writer

Marilyn McCoy, Music Dept., Columbia University

Tamsin Shaw, Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, NYU

Larry Wolff, Remarque Institute, NYU

 

Remarque Institute

60 Fifth Avenue, 8th floor

Wednesday, May 2, 4 pm - 6 pm

 

RSVP to remarque.institute@nyu.edu.





 

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