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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Another field trip last week to Lincoln Center to hear a phenomenal concert by the New York Philharmonic. The brilliant conductor for Dvorak’s “Rusalka Fantasy,” Sibelius’ “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, Op. 47,” and selections from Tchaikovsky’s “The Sleeping Beauty” was Manfred Honeck. The incomparable soloist was virtuoso violinist Nikolaj Znaider. He played the 1741 “Kreisler” Guarnerius del Gesù, on extended loan to him by The Royal Danish Theater.

    “Cendrillon” is the opera running through May 11. I love the advertisement!

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    1. jscott0363 jscott0363, 3 years ago
      Oh Laura, How fortunate you are to live so close the NYC and have the opportunity to see the New York Philharmonic at the Lincoln Center. This must have been an incredible experience!!

      I actually have an Austrian cold painted bronze conductor. I actually spoke to the sculptor who told me the story of how his little conductor came to be.
    2. Newfld Newfld, 3 years ago
      Lincoln Center, I knew it right away, great photos. Sounds like you had an incredible time, the music you heard is classic & beautiful. Did they play that lilting piece from Sleeping Beauty, I think it's a waltz, Disney put it in his cartoon & titled it Once Upon a Dream. Your son is really getting some fantastic cultural experiences!
    3. Brunswick Brunswick, 3 years ago
      So Much Music..of many various Artists have done Justice Here! I watch the Lincoln Centers Honors Annually! Kudos Here!
    4. fortapache fortapache, 3 years ago
      Very classy there. Will you be going to the opera?
    5. antiquerose antiquerose, 3 years ago
      Wow....Thanks for sharing !!!
    6. betweenthelens betweenthelens, 3 years ago
      Thanks so much for the love, Lady_Picker, Michael, antiquerose, Mrstyndall, KKK, Ken, fortapache, T, AnythingObscure, Jenni, Scott, and buckethead.

      Scott, Manfred Honeck is Austrian! Yes, I feel very fortunate to live only 90 minutes from the city. Well, by coach bus with the kids takes quite a bit longer, but again, I do feel fortunate. And oh my goodness! I ADORE your rabbit conductor!

      Thank you so much, Jenni. Yes! They did play the "Sleeping Beauty Waltz" that most people know so well. They also played one of my favorites-- Adagio: Pas d'action or "Rose Adagio," as it is often called. My son has been to the city countless times, with school and with me. We would go in more often when he was younger, and I think we're due to make another mother-son trip. My husband doesn't enjoy being in the city because of the extraversion required so it's mostly my son and me or I'll go in alone and spend the day.

      Thank you, Thomas! So glad you enjoyed my post.

      Fortapache, unfortunately I won't be going to Cendrillon, no matter how much I'd love to go. There are only two performances left, and they're at night. I don't enjoy taking the late train home as there is a certain intimidating element that is on these late trains, and I don't feel safe.

      So glad you like, antiquerose!
    7. AnnaB AnnaB, 3 years ago
      Laura, your knowledge or literature and music is impressive! What time/day were you there? I work around the corner, we could have totally met for a chat! =)
    8. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 3 years ago
      thank you for more vicarious pleasure!
    9. betweenthelens betweenthelens, 3 years ago
      Oh, Anna! I wish I’d known! The concert was at 11. We had about an hour after the performance to get lunch. Most of us ended up at Fluffy’s for pizza and sandwiches as we didn’t want the kids to go too far since we had to be on the bus by two. My friend’s daughter attends Fordham, and we would’ve met her, but she was on the Jersey shore that day. Let’s plan on another time! I’ll let you know when I next come in!

      So glad you enjoyed ho2cultcha!

      Thank you for the love, Roy, Anna, purvis, Judy, and ho2cultcha!
    10. betweenthelens betweenthelens, 3 years ago
      Thank you for the love, Rich.
    11. betweenthelens betweenthelens, 3 years ago
      Thank you for the love, Sean!

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