Tully Scope Festival

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Country and Region United StatesNew York
Type of Festival Music
Location of Festival New York, New York, USA
Festival Description

Winter 2011 will debut the first Tully Scope Festival, a new festival at Lincoln Center, which this year takes place from February 22 through March 18, 2011. Ms. Jane Moss, who directs the Festival, said, “Tully Scope builds on the success of Alice Tully Hall’s Opening Nights Festival, the celebration of an architectural milestone for Lincoln Center that not only reinvigorated the campus, but also inspired extraordinary new collaborations with diverse artists. The dramatically transformed hall, complemented by the welcoming ambience of its public spaces, has become a versatile partner and key component in the expansion of Lincoln Center’s programming.” In its debut season, the Tully Scope Festival offers a dynamic spectrum of distinctive musical presentations spanning centuries, cultures, and genres through unique and multi-faceted performances demonstrating Alice Tully Hall’s new adaptability as a venue.

Festival Dates February 22 - March 18, 2011
Festival Links

http://new.lincolncenter.org/live/index.php/tully-scope-festival-2011

Festival Events:

Programming Highlights 2011:
  • Tuesday, February 22 at 6 pm in the Alice Tully Hall outer lobby
    • International Contemporary Ensemble
      Nathan Davis: Bells (world premiere)
      FREE
  • Tuesday, February 22 at 7:30 pm — For Morton Feldman
    • Chance Encounters
      International Contemporary Ensemble
      Steven Schick, conductor and percussion
      Feldman: The King of Denmark for solo percussion
      Webern: Concerto for nine instruments
      Xenakis: Jalons for chamber orchestra
      Cage: Imaginary Landscape No. 4 for 12 radios
      Feldman: For Samuel Beckett for chamber orchestra
      Tickets: $25/40/50
  • Thursday, February 24 at 7:30 pm — For Morton Feldman
    • Axiom
      Jeffrey Milarsky, conductor
      Lauren Snouffer, soprano
      The Clarion Choir
      Steven Fox, artistic director
      Kurtág: Hommage à R. Sch., Op. 15d
      Feldman: Rothko Chapel
      Feldman: Bass Clarinet and Percussion
      Kurtág: Messages of the Late R.V. Troussova, Op. 17
      Tickets: $25/40/50
  • Saturday, February 26 at 7:30 pm
    • Emanuel Ax, piano
      All-Schubert program —
      Four Impromptus, D.935
      Sonata in A major, D.664
      Sonata in B-flat major, D.960
      Tickets: $45/60/75
  • Friday, March 4 at 7:30 pm
    • Les Percussions de Strasbourg
      Jean-Paul Bernard, artistic director
      Grisey: Le noir de l’étoile (New York premiere)
      Post-performance discussion with Jean-Paul Bernard, Olaf Tzschoppe, and John Schaefer
      Tickets: $35/45
  • Saturday, March 5 at 7:30 pm
    • Les Percussions de Strasbourg
      Jean-Paul Bernard, artistic director
      All-Xenakis program —
      Pléïades
      Persephassa
      Tickets: $35/45
  • Monday, March 7 at 7:30 pm
    • Tyondai Braxton with the Wordless Music Orchestra
      Caleb Burhans, conductor
      John Adams: Road Movies
      Caleb Burhans: In a Distant Place
      Louis Andriessen: Workers Union
      Tyondai Braxton: Selections from Central Market and new compositions Post-performance discussion with Tyondai Braxton, Ronen Givony, and John Schaefer
      Co-presented by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Wordless Music Tickets: $25/40/50
  • Wednesday, March 9 at 7:30 pm
    • Kayhan Kalhor, kamancheh
      Brooklyn Rider
      Shawn Conley, bass
      Shane Shanahan, percussion
      Sollima: Federico II, from Viaggio in Italia Phillip Glass: Suite for String Quartet from Bent (world premiere)
      Colin Jacobsen: Beloved, do not let me be discouraged
      Kayhan Kalhor: Solo improvisation
      Colin Jacobsen: New Work for string quartet and kamancheh (New York premiere)
      Traditional (arr. Jacobsen/Aghaei): Ascending Bird
      Tickets: $35/45/50
      Sponsored by Logicworks
  • Thursday, March 10 at 7 pm (note time)
    • Louis Lortie, piano
      Liszt’s complete Années de pèlerinage (Years of Pilgrimage) —
      Années de pèlerinage, première année—Suisse, S.160
      Années de pèlerinage, deuxième année—Italie, S.161
      Années de pèlerinage, troisième année, S.163
      Post-concert discussion with Louis Lortie and Alan Walker
      Tickets: $45/60/75
  • Friday, March 11 at 7:30 pm/Saturday, March 12 at 7:30 pm
    • Pre-concert discussion on Saturday, March 12 with William Christie and Ara Guzelimian at 6:15 pm
      Les Arts Florissants
      William Christie, conductor
      Emmanuelle de Negri, soprano
      Hanna Bayodi-Hirt, soprano
      Ed Lyon, tenor
      Alain Buet, bass
      All-Rameau program —
      Anacréon
      Pigmalion
      Tickets: $45/60/75
  • Sunday, March 13 at 5 pm
    • Pre-concert lecture by Christopher H. Gibbs at 3:45 pm in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
      Simon Keenlyside, baritone
      Emanuel Ax, piano
      All-Schubert program —
      Lied des Orpheus, D.474
      Der Tod und das Mädchen, D.531
      Auf der Donau, D.553
      Dass sie hier gewesen, D.775
      An den Mond in einer Herbstnacht, D.614
      Piano Sonata in A minor, D.845
      — Intermission
      Der Wanderer, D.489
      Der Einsame, D.800
      Vom Mitleiden Mariä
      Pensa, che questo istante, D.76
      Prometheus, D.674
      Ganymed, D.544
      Gondelfahrer, D.808
      An mein Klavier, D.342
      Im Walde, D.708
      Tickets: $45/60/75
  • Monday, March 14 at 7:30 pm
    • The Route of the New World: From Spain to Mexico (New York premiere)
      The musical dialogue of Old Spain, the Mexican Baroque, and the living Husteca and Jarocho Traditions
      Jordi Savall, vielle and music director
      Tembembe Ensamble Continuo
      Montserrat Figueras, soprano
      La Calpella Reial de Catalunya
      Hespèrion XXI
      Post-performance discussion with Jordi Savall
      Tickets: $45/60/75
  • Wednesday, March 16, 2011 at 7:30 pm
    • Pre-concert discussion with Sir Roger Norrington at 6:15 pm in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
      Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
      Sir Roger Norrington, conductor
      Steven Devine, harpsichord
      Richard Lester, cello
      All-Bach, C.P.E. program — Symphony in G major, Wq 182/1 Harpsichord Concerto in C major, Wq 20
      Symphony in G major, Wq 173
      — Intermission
      Symphony in E major, Wq 182/6
      Cello Concerto in A major, Wq 172
      Symphony in E-flat major, Wq 179
      Tickets: $45/60/75
  • Friday, March 18, 2011 at 7:30 pm
    • Pre-concert discussion with Heiner Goebbels and John Schaefer at 6:15 pm in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
      London Sinfonietta
      Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
      Anu Tali, conductor
      Sound Intermedia, sound projection
      Heiner Goebbels, conception, music, and director
      All-Heiner Goebbels program
      Sampler Suite, from Surrogate Cities
      Songs of Wars I Have Seen (New York premiere)
      Tickets: $45/60/75

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Tickets 2010:
  • Available online at http://new.lincolncenter.org/, or by calling CenterCharge at +01 212-721-6500, or at the Avery Fisher or Alice Tully Hall box offices, Broadway and 65th Street.
  • Purchase one full-price ticket to any Tully Scope event, and you’ll receive a code to buy tickets to all other Tully Scope events for just $20.

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