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The NY Philharmonic: La Dolce Vita

Please join the Canadian Association and the New York Philharmonic for a summertime classic, La Dolce Vita, on Wednesday, July 7th at Avery Fisher Hall. This evening is hosted and conducted by the charismatic personality, Bramwell Tovey, who tenures as music director of the Vancouver Symphony and Winnipeg Symphony orchestras, among others. Also featured will be acclaimed Soprano, Nicole Cabell, noted as a standout and gifted singer by The New York Times.

7/7/2010
When: July 7, 2010
7:30 PM
Where: Avery Fisher Hall
10 Lincoln Center Plaza #132
New York, NY  10023
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Tickets
CANY Members: $37
Non-Members: $47

Payment is required by Friday, July 2nd. Please note payment does not include post-drinks. Concert tickets will be held at Avery Fisher Hall’s box office in your name.

Description
CANY Concert Series: The New York Philharmonic, La Dolce Vita plus a special meet-and-greet with conductor, Bramwell Tovey. Please join the Canadian Association and the New York Philharmonic for a summertime classic, La Dolce Vita, on Wednesday, July 7th at Avery Fisher Hall. This evening is hosted and conducted by the charismatic personality, Bramwell Tovey, who tenures as music director of the Vancouver Symphony and Winnipeg Symphony orchestras, among others.

Also featured will be acclaimed Soprano, Nicole Cabell, noted as a standout and gifted singer by The New York Times. As a special offer to CANY members, we have been invited to meet the conductor, Bramwell Tovey, after the performance.

Once the concert has concluded, we will meet at the Gift Kiosk on the grand promenade, first floor, where we will be taken to the green room. Socializing will then continue onto the nearby Empire Hotel Lobby Bar for drinks. CANY has secured great discounted mid-orchestra seats for this wonderful evening. Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience great music followed by a meet-and-greet with the conductor, Bramwell Tovey.

Conductor meet-and-greet: Gift Kiosk, Grand Promenade, 1st Floor
Post-performance: The Empire Hotel Lobby Bar, 1st Floor 44 West 63rd Street

Program
Rossini, Overture to La Cenerentola
Mozart, Arias from The Marriage of Figaro
Donizetti, Arias from L'Elisir d'amore
Massenet, Ballet Music from Le Cid
Gounod, Ballet Music from Faust
  

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