Concert Season

2020/2021 SEASON

Our new season harks to sounds of renewal and includes our regular three-concert Carnegie Hall Masterworks Series with additional productions around the New York area. During the Spring, we will celebrate the release of two Naxos albums and a new recording with a Special Event videotaped performance and reception at DiMenna Center’s Cary Hall.

Note: Our Carnegie Hall and Adelphi University concerts have been postponed to next season 2021/2022 due to venues closing as a result of Covid-19. More soon.

Season Subscription and Group Tickets for Carnegie Hall, and VIP Tickets for DiMenna Center

Enjoy 15% off our Carnegie Hall Masterwork Series, by purchasing either a two (2) concert subscription or three (3) concert subscription. Group Tickets are available for groups of four (4) or more. Under 40 Circle of Friends will also receive discounted tickets.

VIP Tickets, including a post-concert reception, are available for our Friday, April 23, 2021 “SPECIAL EVENT Respighi’s Songs and Late Violin Concerto” program.

Piazzola’s Four Seasons with Elena Urioste, Respighi’s Botticelli Pictures and Di Vittorio’s Tivoli

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 7:30pm
Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall

ARTISTS

Salvatore Di Vittorio, conductor
Elena Urioste, violin

Purcell’s Dido’s Lament, Bach’s First Harpsichord Concerto and Corelli

Friday, February 19, 2021 at 7:30pm
Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall

ARTISTS

Salvatore Di Vittorio, conductor;
Jonathan Salamon, harpsichord

SPECIAL EVENT:
Respighi’s Songs and Late Concerto, and a Verdi Suite

Friday, April 23, 2021 at 7:30pm
DiMenna Center’s Cary Hall

ARTISTS

Salvatore Di Vittorio, conductor
Alessandra Visentin, contralto; Irene Abrigo, violin

Bizet’s Carmen, Copland’s Appalachian Spring and Mozart

Monday, May 31, 2021 at 7:30pm
Adelphi University Performing Arts Center’s Concert Hall

ARTISTS

Salvatore Di Vittorio, conductor
Christopher Goodpasture, piano

Bizet’s Carmen, Copland’s Appalachian Spring, and Castelnuovo-Tedesco

Thursday, June 3, 2021 at 7:30pm
Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall

ARTISTS

Salvatore Di Vittorio, conductor
Flavio Nati, guitar

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  • Welcome from Music Director

    Dear Friends,
    We are excited to announce our 2020/2021 Season which opens to sounds of renewal and springtime through Respighi’s sparkly masterpiece Trittico Botticelliano (Botticelli Pictures). Our new season includes our regular three-concert Carnegie Hall Masterworks Series with additional productions around the New York area.

    Our season opener will also showcase the return of American violinist Elena Urioste in Piazzola’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, together with my own Villa d’Este at Tivoli – originally premiered at The Morgan Library and Museum. Masterworks such as Respighi’s Trittico (which begins with “Spring”) will be matched by such works as Purcell’s Dido’s Lament (as orchestrated by Stokowski), Bach’s First Harpsichord Concerto featuring our new Principal Harpsichordist Jonathan Salamon, Bizet’s Carmen Suite No. 1, and Copland’s Appalachian Spring – rounding out a season echoing renewal and renaissance.

    Join us on April 23, 2021 as we’ll celebrate the orchestra’s next Naxos recording of Respighi’s music with a festive evening featuring the Tre Liriche (Three Art Songs) [orchestration completed by Di Vittorio] and Il Lamento di Arianna (Ariadne’s Lament), and Respighi’s last violin concerto Poema Autunnale (Autumn Poem). The program ends with my own Suite Verdiana – a free transcription capturing Verdi’s most famous operas. This special event, an open rehearsal and performance, will be videotaped before a live audience surrounding the orchestra and conclude with a post-concert drinks reception with the artists present, sponsored by Marchese Antinori wines. Our guest artists from Italy include contralto Alessandra Visentin and violinist Irene Abrigo.

    We will return to Adelphi University Performing Arts Center for a Memorial Day concert with an encore of Copland’s Appalachian Spring and Respighi Prize winner, American pianist, Christopher Goodpasture performing Mozart’s 12th Piano Concerto.

    Our season finale concert on June 3, 2021 at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall includes Bizet’s Carmen Suite and showcases Respighi Prize winner, guitarist Flavio Nati in Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s first Guitar Concerto. We are honored to have the composer’s granddaughter Diana Castelnuovo-Tedesco present who will say a few words before the performance.

    For more information about the new Season, including Single and Subscription Tickets, visit: https://chamberorchestraofnewyork.org/concert-season/

    Hope to see you in the lobby after the concerts.
    Warm wishes,
    Salvatore Di Vittorio, Music Director & Composer

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