Since its debut in 2003, the Metropolitan Museum Artists in Concert have garnered rave reviews for their vibrant performances and imaginative programs. "What makes this group's concerts the most consistently satisfying chamber-music series in New York is the zeal with which the musicians go about their work," said Steve Smith in the
New York Times in 2008.
Reiko Aizawa, piano
Colin Jacobsen, violin
Nicholas Cords, viola
Edward Arron, cello
Kurtag— Jelék for Solo Viola, Opus 5
Dvořák—Piano Quartet in D Major, Opus 23
This series is generously supported by the Brodsky Family Foundation.
Listen to a sample of Metropolitan Museum Artists in Concert.
Bring the Kids!
Selected concerts have $1 tickets available for children ages 7–16 when accompanied by an adult with a full-price ticket. Available by phone (212-570-3949) or at the box office.
Above: Photo of Metropolitan Museum Artists © Rahav Segev for The New York Times
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