Harlem Gallery Pop Up: Mitya Nilov, percussion
Winner, 2018 CAG Competition
Talis Gallery | Harlem Pop Up
263 West 132nd Street
Join percussionist Mitya Nilov at the pop up Talis Gallery in Harlem for a reception and performance!
About the Pop Up:
Talis Gallery Harlem Pop Up presents world-class photography in a newly-renovated two-family townhouse on a tree-lined street in the heart of Harlem. While the spectacular townhouse is for sale, the exhibition showcases unique framed and unframed images in a relaxed environment that promotes the elegance, beauty and magic of photography.
5% of sales will be donated to Concert Artists Guild.
About the artist:
For more than five decades, Ralph Gibson has dominated surreal photography. He creates images that incorporate everyday fragments with sensual and mysterious undertones, and through them, he builds narrative meaning. Taking pictures of simple things, he transforms them into something arresting, giving the final product contemplative significance. Gibson’s photographs are in the permanent collections of over one hundred museums, he has published over fifty art books, and his works have been in over two hundred exhibitions worldwide.
Tuesday, December 11, 6pm
FREE | RSVP required
Upcoming in the Series
First Prize Winner, 2018 CAG Comeptition
Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Chinese pianist Yi-Nuo Wang was selected as first prize winner of the 2018 CAG Competition, which is just the latest in a series of impressive first-prize performances, along with the 2017 Wideman International Piano Competition in Louisiana.
Bartók: Piano Sonata
Brahms: 8 Klavierstucke, Op. 76
Piece in D minor
Daisies, Op.38 no.3
Prelude in G-flat major, Op. 23 No. 10
Chen Yi: Ba Ban (2000)
Liszt: Après une lecture du Dante: Fantasia quasi Sonata
Watch Yi-Nuo play Rachmaninoff’s Daisies, Op. 38 No. 3:
Tickets: $30 adults / $15 students
Performances | Sunday, March 8, 4:00 PM & 7:00 PM
Leonard Nimoy Thalia At Peter Norton Symphony Space
Instrumental Storytellers awakens excitement and passion for classical music in young people and inspires traditional concertgoers to experience the music in a new way, featuring storytelling, movement, comic sketches, and poetry. Be taken on an imaginative journey for audiences of all ages!
A co-presentation with Creative Stage Collective.
Featuring the Aizuri and Argus Quartets and Kim Kashkashian, viola
CAG partners with Music for Food, a musician-led initiative for local hunger relief, for this concert, which will raise resources and awareness in the fight against hunger. Featuring Mozart’s Viola Quintet in E-flat Major, K. 614, Garth Knox’s Satellites, and Mendelssohn’s Octet for Strings, Op. 20.
A co-presentation with Music For Food.
Suggested donation at the door is $30/$10 students and seniors. No ticket required.
This concert benefits Broadway Community.