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Punk, Funk, and Circumstance: Carnegie Hall debut part II

  • Carnegie Hall - Weill Recital Hall 881 7th Avenue New York, NY, 10019 United States (map)

Decoda invites you to explore the alternative world of classical music off the beaten path! From the dark trapeze world of Prokofiev’s Quintet to Marsalis’ A Fiddler’s Tale, which reimagines Stravinsky’s Soldier’s Tale for the modern age - infused with jazzy and funky elements. Then a quick dip into the pomp and circumstance of Britten’s Oboe Quartet, before arriving at the final stop in the world of Victorian England, with David Bruce’s Steampunk.

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Punk, Funk, and Circumstance

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

6:30pm Pre-concert drinks in the Jacobs Room, Carnegie Hall

7:30pm Concert in Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall

Followed by a reception with the artists in the Jacobs Room

Ticket levels below are SOLD OUT.

Please contact Carnegie Hall at 212-247-7800 to inquire about ticket availability.


Discover Decoda & Pay It Forward

We believe that great artistry and civic engagement go hand in hand. On this occasion, we are proud to feature one of our anchor programs, Building Bonds, Decoda's partnership with the New York Police Department and the Police Athletic League that brings NYC teens and police officers together for collaborative after school workshops exploring topics of adversity, prejudice, community, and hope through music.

Reserve your seats today and a complimentary Pay It Forward ticket will be gifted to a NYC teen or police officer from Building Bonds. See options below.

Pay It Forward
150.00

• One (1) reserved seat, plus one (1) Pay It Forward ticket

• Priority reservations for Building Bonds final showcase on Feb 16 at Carnegie Hall

(tax-deductible contribution is $80)

SOLD OUT

Ticket Only
40.00

One (1) reserved orchestra seat (includes processing fees)

SOLD OUT

Decoda Artists
James Austin Smith, oboe - ToniMarie Marchioni, oboe - Alicia Lee, clarinet
Brandon Ridenour, trumpet - Shelley Monroe Huang, bassoon
Laura Weiner, horn - *Stephen Dunn, trombone
Owen Dalby, violin - Anna Elashvili, violin - Meena Bhasin, viola
Claire Bryant, cello - Caitlin Sullivan, cello - Evan Premo, double bass
*Jared Soldiviero, percussion
*guest artist


Program
PROKOFIEV
Quintet
MARSALIS Selections from A Fiddler’s Tale

- INTERMISSION -

BRITTEN Phantasy Quartet
DAVID BRUCE Steampunk

Earlier Event: December 17
Decoda returns to South Korea