Sunday, March 8 (1:00pm) at Sarah Lawrence College (Reisinger Concert
* see YouTube links on 'Our Performances' tab
Mozart Overture to The Magic Flute
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 19 in F major
Copland Quiet City
Beethoven Choral Fantasy (with Sarah Lawrence College
NOTE: The following updates reflect ongoing system-wide health concerns and venue closings.
Tickets sales for upcoming performances will made be available
- Postponed: Saturday, April 25
- Postponed: Saturday, June 13
- Planned Fall 2020 Performances are also postponed until further notice
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$25 General Admission / $10 Students
The Westchester Chamber Soloists, established in January 2020, is a newly-formed chamber
orchestra focused on performing the concerto literature for all solo symphonic instruments and for piano, as well as other
orchestral and selected vocal and choral works. (visit the Performance
Calendar tab for details on our recent and possible upcoming performances)
Based in Westchester County, just minutes from New York City, the ensemble
comprises primarily career professional as well as advanced amateur musicians from the New York metro area, including Connecticut
and New Jersey. Its members are all accomplished solo, chamber and orchestral music performers in addition to being
music educators, many with close ties to conservatories, prominent chamber music ensembles and other artistic institutions
in the greater New York area and worldwide. (read more about
our members on the Meet Our Musicians tab)
to a select group of classical music ensembles, WCS operates as a self-governed enterprise,
with rotating sectional leadership, and performs primarily without a conductor, guided instead by the keen musical instincts
and insights of - and communication between - its performers. We also seek to establish sustainable ongoing relationships
with colleges and other instutions, for example through the involvement of select faculty and advanced music students in our
performances (read more about these initiatives on the Our
Mission & Community Support tab)
And as a concerto-focused
enterprise, the Orchestra draws its soloists from within, enabling its members to share their musical artistry as both ensemble
players and soloists.
Following its inaugural performance in March 2020, WCS looks forward to returning to the stage for performances featuring concertos and orchestral works from
the Classical and Baroque to the Romantic era and 20th century, and to performing in some of Westchester's most elegant and
intimate venues. In its initial programs, WCS - with pianist Alan Murray - expects to embark on Beethoven's
5 Piano Concertos & Choral Fantasy (in recognition of the 250th anniversary of the composer's birth) as well
as Mozart's Concerto cycle for piano and for other solo instruments, complemented by a breadth of other concerto
and orchestral masterpieces from the baroque to the present.
join us for our opening season concert performances!