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Lunch, Concert, and Learn – Thomas Martin

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During Mr. Martin’s online concert, he will present an engaging inside view of his compositions for violin and synthesizers, as well as select movements for solo violin by J.S. Bach.

Free

BAE Concert Hall | Women’s History Month: Kamala Sankaram

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BAE (Bronx Arts Ensemble) is excited to celebrate Women’s History Month with an online concert presentation of “60 Words” and Bombay Rickey(band) featuring Bronx-Based composer Kamala Sankaram.

Free

Lunch, Concert, and Learn | Why Music? Featuring BAE Teaching Artists

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“Why Music?” features an introduction to the violin, french horn, and bassoon, and explores the importance of music as a personal or cultural expression, from Dvorak’s “New World” Symphony to the Cuban hit song “El Manisero” by Moises Simons. It is appropriate for elementary and middle school audiences.

Free

Lunch, Concert, and Learn | Music of Home: Featuring BAE Teaching Artists

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“Music of Home” celebrates local New York composers and music that explores themes of home and identity, from the joy of classic jazz tunes, to the longing for a better home expressed in Harry Burleigh’s setting of “Deep River” and Leonard Bernstein’s Broadway hit “Somewhere.” It is appropriate for audiences of all ages.

Free

Lunch, Concert, and Learn | Music for Unity: Featuring BAE Teaching Artists

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“Music for Unity” explores how music can bring people together, in celebration, solidarity, and struggle, through repertoire like the African American spiritual “Balm in Gilead,” Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy,” and “7 PM,” a new work by BAE artist Evelyn Petcher based on the nightly applause during NYC’s April 2020 lockdown. It is appropriate for late elementary through high school audiences.

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Lunch, Concert, and Learn | Music For Social Change Featuring BAE Teaching Artists

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"Music For Social Change" shows how music has been used all over the world in many cultures as a vehicle for social change, whether as a public expression of protest (“We Shall Overcome”), an expression of outrage (Shostakovich, String Quartet No. 8), or a way to imagine a better world (Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy,” now an anthem for hope and change worldwide). It is appropriate for late elementary through high school audiences.

Free

Concert on the Lawn | French Music for Winds

Van Cortlandt House Museum 6036 Broadway, Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, NY

The Bronx Arts Ensemble(BAE) is Proud to return to in-person concertizing with a charming collection of 20th century French works– Germaine Tailleferre’s Choral et Deux Variations, Claude Arrieu’s Quintette en Ut, and the monumental Tombeau De Couperin by Maurice Ravel.

Free

In Partnership with WQXR Classical Kids Fair: Bronx Edition

Oscar Comras Memorial Mall 2180 Boston Road, Bronx, NY

BAE is proud to partner with WQRX for this very special event. 

Listen, look, and play alongside WQXR for our first Classical Kids Fair in the Bronx! Families can experience live performances, an instrument "petting zoo," arts and crafts, dance workshops, and more. This event is outdoors and admission is FREE! No RSVP or tickets required—just show up and have fun!

Concert on the Lawn | Incidental Music for Strings

Van Cortlandt House Museum 6036 Broadway, Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, NY

Join the Bronx Arts Ensemble string quartet for an afternoon of music. The quartet will perform both classical and contemporary favorites from Mozart’s masterful string quartet number 17, “The Hunt,” to William Grant Still’s “The Sentimental One”, along with a piece from Joe Hisaishi, the celebrated composer of Studio Ghibli.

Free

Honor and Praise: Celebrating the influence of the African Diaspora on Global Culture

Van Cortlandt House Museum 6036 Broadway, Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, NY

Join us for an evening of music and discussion on the intersection of music, culture, and Black identity. Featuring members of Bronx Arts Ensemble and The New York Philharmonic alongside an interdisciplinary panel of Black scholars—Dr. Fredara Hadley, ethnomusicologist; Dr. Trevor Weston, composer; and Dr. Raymond Codrington, cultural anthropologist.

Free

Virtual Concert Hall | French Music for Winds

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A virtual performance of a charming collection of 20th century French works-- Germaine Tailleferre’s Choral et Deux Variations, Claude Arrieu’s Quintette en Ut, and the monumental Tombeau De Couperin by Maurice Ravel.

Free

Joy and Love for the Holidays | Bartow Pell Mansion Museum

Join Bronx-native and rising opera star Linda Collazo with crowd-favorite Pablo Zinger in a concert featuring holiday favorites, broadway tunes, Latina American songs, opera, and a special tribute to Irving Berlin.

Museum Admission

Joy and Love for the Holidays | Woodlawn Cemetery

Join Bronx-native and rising opera star Linda Collazo with crowd-favorite Pablo Zinger in a concert featuring holiday favorites, broadway tunes, Latina American songs, opera, and a special tribute to Irving Berlin.

Museum Admission