Camerata New York, one of New York's most distinguished chamber ensembles, returns to the Kosciuszko Foundation. The group's music director, Richard Owen, will conduct and introduce the program.
Founded in Vienna and reconstituted in New York, Camerata New York has completed eight highly successful seasons in the city, with concerts in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and Merkin Hall; they have collaborated with many noted artists, including soprano Aprile Milo, cellist Nathaniel Rosen, and film star Alec Baldwin. Their recordings have also been heard on WQXR.
Tickets: $20/ $15 KF Members and students