Brandon Ridenour, in recital with Peter Dugan Performing at Utsey Chamber Music Series Thursday, September 19 at 7:30 pm Brooks Center for Performing Arts, Clemson, SC more information Dominic Cheli Appears at Washing Performing Arts series, Music in the Country Sunday, September 29th at 5 pm Washington Performing Arts more information #CAGtours On the Road… New […]
Dominic Cheli Performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the San Diego Symphony, Yaniv Dinur conducting Sunday, August 4th at 7:30 pm – Performance at Embarcadero Marina Park South more information Yi-Nuo Wang Makes her David Geffen Hall debut at the Mostly Mozart Festival Pre-concert Recital Friday, August 9 and Saturday, August 10 at […]
PUBLIQuartet Performing at Brooklyn Academy of Music with Doug Varone and Dancers In an intricately woven tapestry of sound, shape, momentum, and stillness, choreographer Doug Varone and his 13-member ensemble contemplate our private and public relationship to faith. in the shelter of the fold / epilogue comprises seven interconnected vignettes, featuring original music by Lesley Flanigan, Julia […]
Images from CAG’s 2019 Rite of Spring gala, held at Tribeca Rooftop on May 13.
CAG’s Rite of Spring gala was held on May 13, 2019 at Tribeca Rooftop. Thank you to all who attended and helped make the event a success! All images: Erika Kapin Photography
At CAG’s gala on Monday, May 13, you have the chance to experience beautiful music in two unique settings – surrounded by the mythic history of Ancient Greece, or in your own home or choice of community venue! THESSALY CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL A Musical Journey to the Land of the Gods Enjoy a nine-night […]
Fei-Fei Carnegie Hall/Stern Auditorium debut, playing with the New York Youth Symphony Music Director Michael Repper conducts Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto with Fei-Fei and this award-winning 90-piece orchestra in a program which includes the Fifth Symphony of Dmitri Shostakovich (preceding a summer 2019 tour of Spain, featuring Fei-Fei as a tour soloist) Sunday, May 12 […]
Flutist Claire Chase describes herself as “a soloist, collaborative artist, curator, and advocate for new and experimental music.” First Prize winner of the 2008 CAG Competition, Claire was named a MacArthur Fellow in 2012, and became the first flutist to ever win the Avery Fisher Prize in 2017. She is the founder of non-hierarchical artist […]
Violinist and 2017 CAG Competition winner YooJin Jang made her Weill Recital Hall debut on April 16, performing with pianist Renana Gutman. The played works by Bach, Corigliano, and Schumann to a packed and appreciative audience. It was a fantastic ending to CAG’s Carnegie Hall series for the 2018-19 season!
Argus Quartet performs at Chamber Music Society of Detroit, joined by Yoonah Kim and the Juilliard Quartet Thursday, April 11 at 12:00 pm- Argus Quartet with Yoonah Seaholm High School, Birmingham MI Saturday, April 12 at 7:00 pm- Argus Quartet and Juilliard String Quartet Schaver Recital Hall, Wayne State University, Detroit more information PUBLIQuartet returns […]
CAG pianist Dominic Cheli performed works by Carl Vine, Scriabin, Brahms, Liszt, and a new commission by David Hertzberg to an audience featuring many of his supporters from all over the US. What a fantastic concert!
Renowned flutist Claire Chase, First Prize winner of the 2008 CAG Competition, went on to win a 2012 MacArthur “genius grant” and became the first-ever flutist awarded the Avery Fisher Prize in 2017. Claire’s impeccable playing, unique collaborative spirit, and devotion to social justice have made her “the most important flutist of our time,” according […]
LISTEN CONNECT JOIN US! March 2019 Calmus returns for Northeast tour, including concerts In Newport, RI; Princeton, NJ and Manhattan Friday, March 1 at 7 pm- Newport Music Festival Chamber Music Series, RI more information Monday, March 4 at 7:30 pm- Music Mondays, NYC Advent Lutheran Church (2504 Broadway) more information Tuesday, March 5 at […]
by Elena Goukassian In the early days of the organization’s existence, Concert Artists Guild offered important career opportunities to some of the most talented African-American opera singers of the postwar era. In the 1950s and early 1960s, several of these extraordinary singers won CAG’s annual competition, going on to perform in opera houses and concert […]