Last week, the NoHo/East Village-based Sheen Center for Thought and Culture announced its 2017 Spring Classical Series, as made up of three unique concerts curated by Marc Kaplan of SubCulture. These events explore the gamut of chamber music from the classical to the contemporary eras.
The series begins on Apr. 24 with violinist Anthony Marwood and the acclaimed chamber orchestra Les Violins Du Roy performing works by Strauss, Mozart, and Enescu. The second concert, on May 6, features cellist, composer, and curator Joshua Roman and several guest musicians in a far-ranging recital program. A final Jun. 5 concert rounds out the season with the world premiere performance of Gregg Kallor’s piano quintet, performed by Kallor and The Attacca Quartet.
For more information about these and other Sheen Center events, please visit www.sheencenter.org.