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SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 2024 AT 4 PM

MOZART’S DOUBLE CONCERTOS
MARIKO ANRAKU, HARP     SETH MORRIS, FLUTE    
OLIVER NEUBAUER, VIOLIN    PAUL NEUBAUER, VIOLA

SOLOISTS

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Mariko Anraku, Associate Principal Harp, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

“A manifestation of grace and elegance” — Jerusalem Post

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Seth Morris, Principal Flute Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

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Oliver Neubauer, violin

“His was a captivating performance” — The Epoch Times

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Paul Neubauer, viola

“A master musician.” — The New York Times

2023-2024

SEASON
 

October 15, 2023
Lysander Piano Trio
 

November 12, 2023
Angel Blue, soprano
Bryan Wagorn, piano

December 3, 2023
Brentano String Quartet
Antioch Chamber Choir

January 14, 2024
Goldmund String Quartet

 

February 18, 2024
Candlelit Music of The Spirit

 

March 10, 2024
Richard Goode, Piano
Late Beethoven

April 7, 2024
Jordi Savall, Conductor
Hespèrion XXI

May 12, 2024
Mothers Day Concert

June 2, 2024
Mozart’s Double Concertos

 

Artist Roster
 

Parlance Program Notes
 

LOCATION

At West Side Presbyterian Church
6 South Monroe Street
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
For map and directions, 
click here.
 

CONCERT AMENITIES

       

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Wheelchair Accessible
 

Free Parking for all concerts

FEATURING

MEMBERS OF THE MET ORCHESTRA

Michael Parloff, conductor
Liam Boisset, oboe    Kari Docter, cello    Elaine Douvas, oboe
Bruno Eicher violin    Garrett Fischbach, viola    Katherine Fong, violin
Brad Gemeinhardt, horn    Ming-Feng Hsin, violin        Joel Noyes, cello
Wen Qian, violin        Anne Scharer, horn        Dov Scheindlin, viola
Sarah Vonsattel, violin      Nancy Wu, violin    

ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE

The festive conclusion of Parlance Chamber Concerts’s 16th season will feature two of Mozart’s most joyous works, the Concerto for Flute and Harp, K. 299 and Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola, K. 364. Composed when Mozart was in his early 20s, these uniquely-scored double concertos  reveal the young genius reveling in the unbounded creativity and budding profundity of his early maturity.

The Four charismatic soloists will be supported by fifteen members of the MET Orchestra, conducted by PCC’s Artistic Director, Michael Parloff.

PROGRAM

Mozart:

Concerto for Flute and Harp, K. 299

Program Notes Coming Soon

Mozart:

Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola, K. 364

Program Notes Coming Soon

Watch violist Paul Neubauer as Strolling Gypsy Violist at Parlance Chamber Concerts:

Watch flutist Seth Morris play onstage in the Met’s Magic Flute:

Watch harpist Mariko Anraku perform Debussy’s Sacred and Profane Dances

Watch violinist Oliver Neubauer perform Grieg’s Violin Sonata No. 3

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