February 12, 2018
Bask in the “warm glow” of the East Coast Chamber Orchestra (New York Times), the “passionate and refined” conductor-less band of strings (Washington Post). This all-star assembly of major orchestra principals, soloists, and leading chamber musicians doesn’t happen often, so don’t miss their only New York performance this season—they perform classics by Dvořák and Shostakvich as well as the New York Premiere of Derek Bermel’s Murmurations. “Everything the group touched felt balanced and bright... And the orchestra, as always, play luminously” (New York Times).
Dvořák — Nocturne in B Major for String Orchestra, op. 40
Derek Bermel — Murmurations (New York Premiere)
Shostakovich — Chamber Symphony, op. 110a
Bartók — Divertimento
Watch & Listen
ECCO performs Mozart
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