Due to unforeseen circumstances, George Meyer will be unable to perform.
Johnny Gandelsman will step in, and perform his arrangement of the Bach cello suites for violin, and two contemporary works by Tomeka Reid and Christina Courtin.
The son of a musical family from Moscow, by way of Israel, violinist, composer, and producer Johnny Gandelsman combines his classical training with a restless desire to reach beyond the concert hall in exploring contemporary music. As a concert soloist and a founding member of the quartet Brooklyn Rider, Gandelsman has premiered dozens of new works and has released albums by The Knights, the Silkroad Ensemble, Brooklyn Rider, and others on his label, In a Circle Records.
His cello suite project has been praised by the New York Times.
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Members: $20; Non-members $25. Print your confirmation or save it on your mobile device. Seating capacity is limited to 40 guests, and on-line ticket sales ends on Sunday, June 26, 2022, at 9:00am EST. After that the tickets will be available for purchase at the Visitor Center.
No refunds. All proceeds go to support Teatown’s mission of inspiring lifelong environmental stewardship in our community.
Adults only. No dogs allowed.
The event will be held outdoors at the Boathouse (Lakeside Trail). Please dress comfortably for the season. Comfortable shoes are recommended for navigating the grounds.
A parking fee of $5 is not included in the ticket price. Teatown members always park free. The Lakeside Parking Lot on Blinn Road is closest to the Boathouse. (Please follow the directional signs on the roads). You may park at any of the Teatown parking lots. Please be prepared to walk a few minutes to the event venue.
Chairs will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own low-profile lawn chair. Bring your own water. Restrooms are available in the Visitors Center.