On November 12, the Chamber Music Society of the Lincoln Center presents its Nielsen Cycle’s performance for live-streaming to the world on the WWW. Nielsen Cycle will perform the String Quartet Cycles in the Rose. The Chamber Music Society states, “Since Beethoven’s lifelong exploration of the string quartet, great composers have embraced the genre to display their finest efforts and reveal their own musical biographies. Experience these remarkable legacies in the Rose Studio, performed by the same ensembles who are presenting the Beethoven cycle this season.” They invite viewers to join them online 15 minutes prior to the concert “…for a screening of an informative, miniature video documentary on the string quartets of Nielsen, curated by Bruce Adolphe.” Further, the Chamber Music Society announces other live-streamed events coming up this year and next. Furthermore, the Lincoln Center announces on November 12, The Veteran Artist Program, another live-streamed event for today, as well as more live-streamed, upcoming, and filmed events.
The Lincoln Center campus is home to the following: the New York Philharmonic, New York City Ballet, The Metropolitan Opera, Lincoln Center Theater, The Chamber Music Society and more. Today, November 12, Special Fathom Features brings Ballet Hispanico to select cinemas around the counttry from the Lincoln Center. This presentation will include a behind-the-scenes look at Ballet Hispanico, exclusive interviews with the artists, and performances of CARMEN.maquia and more. On November 12, Fathom Events also announces its upcoming streamed performance events from the best performance facilities. These special one-time events are in the following categories: Art, Entertainment, Classics, Originals, TV and Radio.
Also, on November 12, The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. announces today’s live-streamed, free performance from its Millennium Stage of “Broadway Tomorrow,” in which ASCAP presents Karen Mason. Ms. Mason has been a star on Broadway, Off-Broadway, on television, as well as in recordings. Further, The Kennedy Center announces many upcoming live-streamed, free performance from its Millennium Stage that include: the National Association of Black Storytellers Family Night, hip hop performances, a spirituals concert, a violin performance and much more. The Kennedy Center presents many live and filmed performing arts events from the following which call it home: National Symphony Orchestra, Washington National Opera, and the Susan Farrell Ballet.
This is all part of the ever-expanding, ever-improving Renaissance of artistry and Reformation of content that is provided and delivered to the globe today due to modern technologies, socially responsible consumers who want excellent quality and content, and due to producers and performers with the highest of moral and artistic standards.