Last Concert of the Year for Washington Square Music Festival Friday, November 14th at St. Joseph’s Church in the Village, Free Performance

Soloist David Oei
Soloist David Oei
Soloist David Oei

Following three summer concerts at Washington Square Park, the Washington Square Music Festival will perform one final concert for 2014 this coming Friday, November 14th at St. Joseph’s Church in the Village.

Details:

A CELEBRATION OF SOUND, MUSIC FOR PIANO AND STRING ENSEMBLE
A FREE CONCERT
with soloists David Oei, piano; Mayuki Fukuhara & Eriko Sato, violin

Friday, November 14 at 8 p.m., the Washington Square Music Festival offers a pre-holiday gift to music lovers – a free concert of music by Schnittke (20th C.), Bach (18th C.) and Ockeghem (15th C).  Musicians are: pianist David Oei, violinists Mayuki Fukuhara and Eriko Sato, and the Festival String Ensemble conducted by Lutz Rath.

Washington Square Music Festival String Ensemble
Lutz Rath, conductor

Johannes Ockeghem: Instrumental Motet
Johann Sebastian Bach:  Double Concerto for two violins
Mayuki Fukuhara and Eriko Sato, soloists
Alfred Schnittke:  Concerto for piano and strings
David Oei, soloist
Bach: Shepherd Symphony from his Christmas Oratorio

Location: St. Joseph’s Church in Greenwich Village
371 Sixth Avenue at Washington Place
Trains: – West 4th St stop: A, B, C, D, E, F, M
Christopher St. on 1 train

Washington Square Music Festival hot line: #212-252-3621

Photo: Sally J. Bair

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