Keyboard Music from and Inspired by La Serenissima

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This Saturday, February 4, at 2 p.m., Daniel Hyde performs keyboard music from and inspired by La Serenissima featuring the Loening-Hancock organ. Please join us as Daniel Hyde, Organist and Director of Music, performs an organ recital with works ranging from luminaries such as Giovanni Gabrieli – the organist of Venice’s venerable San Marco Basilica for nearly three decades – Merula, and Vivaldi (as arranged by J.S. Bach and J.G. Walther) to 20th century re-imaginings by Ligeti and Tippett.

This recital is part of La Serenissima: Music and Arts from the Venetian Republic, a citywide Carnegie Hall festival celebrating the dazzling artistic legacy of Venice. You can read more about the festival and all of its musical offerings here.

No Tickets Required, Donation Requested.

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