North/South Chamber Orchestra winter/spring season includes new works by Elizabeth Bell and Andrew Thomas, April 24th


Apr 24 2017 - 8:00pm
The continuation of North/South Consonance 2016-17 season has already delivered an astonishing number of rare and amazing works, by composers including Carson Cooman, Claudio Santoro, Margarita Zelenaia, Hilary Tann, Edmund Cionek, and  more.  On April 24 (now re-scheduled from the March blizzard date),  hear a world premiere violin concerto by Andrew William Thomas (Claudia Schaer, violin), and a chamber concerto by Elizabeth Bell, plus music director/conductor Max Lifchitz. Since 1980, North/South Consonance has garnered widespread praise for its eloquent performances of music by composers of our time. Under the leadership of Max Lifchitz, its founder and director, this adventurous ensemble has brought to the attention of the New York public over 750 different works by composers from every corner of the world.
"Spring Premonitions"
Christ & Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church
120 W. 69th St. between Broadway and Columbus
Monday, April 24
ELIZABETH BELL - Chamber Concertino and "Kaleidoscope" on June 9th.
MAX LIFCHITZ  -  Yellow Ribbons No. 40
ANDREW THOMAS - Premonitions

The North/South Chamber Orchestra
Max Lifchitz, conductor