When: Sun., March 19, 3-5 p.m. 2017
Join us for musical aviary exploring the journeys of some astonishingly versatile flying, feathered singers. The concert takes its name from a work by Mason Bates, calling it a "a web of short but dense moments from the aviary". Birds of Paradise by former Manhattan School of Music President Robert Sirota evokes the scintillating sounds of the stunningly multi-colored birds that live deep in the rain forests.The program also features Lukas Foss's classic Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird, based on the famous eponymous poem by Wallace Stevens.
Price: $25/$20 friends/$10 students