SAVE THE DATE!
please join us in the fall for a special concert at the Farmstead Arts Center!
Sunday - November 10, 2019 - 2:00pm
Farmstead Arts Center - info: https://farmsteadartscenter.org
450 King George Road - Basking Ridge, NJ
Past Season - 2018-2019 CONCERTS
“PV CELEBRATES NJ”
Sunday - March 10th, 2019 - 3:00pm
WORLD PREMIERE of “PATERSON” by JEFFREY KAUFMAN
based on poetry by William Carlos Williams
other works by JS Bach, Amy Beach, Patrick Finley John Lampkin, Ron Levy and Godfrey Schroth
HACPAC - Hackensack Performing Arts Center - 102 State St. - Hackensack, NJ
Sunday - December 2nd, 2018 - 2:00pm
World Premiere of “Pentagrams” by Benjamin Yarmolinsky
Previous Season Archive
PV'S 15th Anniversary Season - 2017-18
Saturday April 7th, 2018
8:00 PM - Pre Concert Talk at 7:15 PM
Our 15th Season!
We will perform PV's 15th commissioned work on this program and also our 80th (!) new piece for flute, clarinet & piano - a brand new work by renowned composer and tubist, Mike Forbes! Visit him at http://www.mikeforbesmusic.com
Other works will include several #15 pieces: Music by Burgmuller, Chopin, Dvorak, Ewazen, and Mouquet among others.
Don't miss our popular Pre-Concert talk at 7:15pm and the reception with artists and composer following the performance!
8:00pm Concert - 7:15pm Pre Concert Talk
Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, 113 Cottage Place, Ridgewood, NJ
John J. Cali School of Music Faculty Recital Series
MSU Faculty Members Ron Levy & Barbara Dever
guest artist, Kristin Plumley, soprano
THURSDAY - FEBRUARY 15TH - 8:00PM
The Faculty Recital Series at Montclair State University presents MSU faculty members Ron Levy & Barbara Dever with Palisades Virtuosi in a recap of PV's fall program, "PV Goes to the Opera". The program also features guest artist Kristin Plumley, soprano.
PV will present its recently commissioned work for flute, clarinet & piano with voice; "Songs of the Laurel Tree" by NJ composer, Thomas Juneau. Also featured are songs by Ron Levy based on Yeats, Shakespeare, and Edna St-Vincent Millay. Other works on the program are by Purcell, Chopin, Weber, Mozart, Saint-Saens, Offenbach, Joplin. Don't miss this very special evening!
Admission is FREE! Come one, come all!
"Holiday Gala Concert"
Sunday December 10th, 2017
PV is thrilled to bring its Holiday Gala Concert back to the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood. Our Guest Artist will be Katy Wong, harp.
Works on the program will include the premiere of a Newly Commissioned trio by PV composer, Steve Perillo, the Overture to The Nutcracker, "Variations on an Appalachian Carol" , one of PV's commissioned works from their first season and performed in memory of the composer, Godfrey Schroth who passed away earlier this year, Trio, op. 25 by Howard Blake for flute, clarinet & harp, Harp's Lullaby by Julie Greller and holiday favorites and carols.
Delectable refreshments will be served at our post-concert reception.
Please note, earlier start time for this concert!
KATY WONG - HARP
Photo by Andres Acosta
"PV Goes to the Opera"
Saturday October 7th, 2017
8:00 PM - Pre Concert Talk at 7:15 PM
with Metropolitan Opera Star - BARBARA DEVER, Mezzo
Palisades Virtuosi celebrates its 15th Season of concerts in Bergen County with a return to their original home, the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood in Ridgewood, NJ. Don't miss this very special evening with Metropolitan Opera star, Barbara Dever, mezzo. PV will present its very first newly commissioned work for flute, clarinet & piano with voice; "Songs of the Laurel Tree" by NJ composer, Thomas Juneau. Other works on the program are by Bizet, Puccini, Rossini, Verdi & Delibes. Come early for the Pre-Concert talk by artists and composer at 7:15pm. A post-concert reception will give audience members the opportunity to meet the composer and artists. Don't miss this very special evening! Purchase in advance for discounted tickets!
PV's commissioned works are sponsored in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, through grant funds administered by the Bergen County Department of Parks, Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs.