The Chamber Orchestra of New York has announced that its 2014-15 season of three concerts at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall will begin on December 11 with a program featuring works by Respighi as well as Richard Strauss’s Morgen, Nino Rota’s Dances from “The Leopard” (after Verdi), and the world premiere of Daniel Muck’s Oraculum Appolonis. Also planned are a February concert of Baroque music by Rameau (Overture to Castor and Pollux), C.P.E. Bach (Concerto for Harpsichord in A minor), Corrette (Concerto for Organ No. 1 in G), and Vivaldi (Concerto for Two Violins); and a bird-themed program in May featuring Delius’s On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring, Vaughan Williams’s The Lark Ascending, and Respighi’s The Birds. Salvatore Di Vittorio is the music director and founder of Chamber of Orchestra of New York.
Posted August 25, 2014