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Symphony No 5 under the direction of Jaap Van Zweden

I am lookin to hearing Beethoven most famous Symphony the No 5.  Beethoven was a genius, who went deaf in later life and he never hear his final works, he got a great recognition for this masterpiece of classical music.

The conductor is Jaap Van Sweden, who has been director of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra since 2008.  He was named Musical America’s Conductor of the year 2012 in recognition of his acclaimed work with the Dallas Symphony.

Lang Lang performance October 23rd, 2015

Our group, (Ye Jin, Akeeb, Franz) will be attending a performance by Lang Lang, The megastar pianist performing Bach’s Italian Concerto.

Performance Friday, October 23, 2015 | 8:30 PM : Carnegie Hall


  • Lang Lang, Piano


  • TCHAIKOVSKY The Seasons
  • BACH Italian Concerto, BWV 971
  • CHOPIN Scherzo No. 1 in B Minor, Op. 20
  • CHOPIN Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat Minor, Op. 31
  • CHOPIN Scherzo No. 3 in C-sharp Minor, Op. 39
  • CHOPIN Scherzo No. 4 in E Major, Op. 54


My group and I would be attending this concert on the 10th of October. We are looking forward to enjoy every bit of it. Its suppose to be a concert solely dedicated to the opening of their season led by American conductor and Juilliard faculty member  Jeffrey Milarsky. After researching a bit about Mr. Milarsky, i realize that he is known in New York city. He is also the founding music director of AXIOM. I hope to get to know more about his music leadership skills and every aspect of the music.

Beethoven Encounters Concert October 3, 2015

Good afternoon all,

Our group (Iryna Terletska, Anita Karki and Glenda Savary) will be attending the concert
“Beethoven Encounters: Opus 18 String Quarters Part 1”
on October 3, 2015 at 14:30
at Lincoln Center
10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY

I am looking forward to hearing Beethoven Quarters (Opus 18: nos 6, 3 and 2). After doing some research about creation of these masterpieces, I learn that Beethoven had to work very hard on composing it, since a hundred other works were already projected by Mozart and Haydn prior to that. Beethoven introduces his own of structural complication. The first, the use of small motives that bind material together. The second, a very great expansion of the materials even by comparison with Haydn’s last quarter. And the third, a new importance given to the coda which will take on monumental proportions in his maturity.

This little video gave me some guidance of what to expect on October 3rd, 2015.

For my classmates enjoy!

Group 1: Xijin Zhao, Byron Guillen, Fanzhong Zeng

I’m going to concert “Masaaki Suzuki leads Juilliard415 and Yale Schola Cantorum” with my group on Oct 18, 2015, Sunday at 7:30pm.

The website:


Masaaki Suzuki, conductor
Yale Schola Cantorum
Robert Mealy, concertmaster

BACH Sinfonia from BWV 42
BACH Mass in A Major, BWV 234
BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, BWV 1048
BACH Mass in G Minor, BWV 235

Julliard415 has toured extensively overseas with Yale University’s Institute of Sacred Music under the direction of Masaaki Suzuki. I can’t be more than excited about this up-coming music event! I believe it’s going to be a great experience for me!




Daniel’s personal post

Axiom is led by music director Jeffrey Milarsky. AXIOM is grounded in Juilliard’s curriculum. Students receive a credit in chamber music for performing in the ensemble, and during any four-year period, AXIOM members will have the opportunity to perform works. This group has established itself as a leading ensemble in New York City’s contemporary music scene with performances throughout Lincoln Center. I expect to see their professionalism, to hear fantastic sounds, and to imagine a scene by hearing them performing.

Group#11 Yuling,Mikayla, and Johnson

The concert we are going to see is “Julliard Wind Orchestra” on 10/11/15, Sunday in Paul Recital Hall.

The website:

This concert is conducting by Patricia Rogers, a member of Julliard faculty and principal basso of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Julliard is largest and most visible performing ensemble and also led by numerous world-renowned guest conductors. Since this is the first time for three of us to watch a real orchestra, we are very excited about it and we believe this concert will result a great experience to us.  We can hear the loud vibration by just imagine it.



In 10/10, I plan to go with my group to watch AXIOM concert which lead by music director Jeffrey Milarsky. This group performing the masterworks of the 20th- and 21st-century repertoire. I never watch a concert before. This experiment will be great for me. I can imagine right now that the songs would not make me high, but i think it can really connect the emotion with me.

Group # 2: Luca , Devonte, Ivana, Jean

Masaaki Suzuki leads juilliard415 and Yale schola cantorum

Sunday October 18, 2015 at 7;30pm

Location: Peter Jay sharp Theater

Conductor: Masaaki Suzuki

BACH Sinfonia from BWV 42

BACH Mass in A Major, BWV 234

BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, BWV 1048

BACH Mass in G Minor, BWV 235

Chun Lee, Osipov, Elizabeth Group

Mozart and Beethoven: October 31 at 8:00 Pm

New York Philharmonic:

1 hour and 45 minutes with intermission

Location: Avery Fisher Hall (Directions)

Price Range: $30.00 – $122.00


Sinfonia da Requiem (1940)

Piano Concerto No. 23 (1786)

Symphony No. 5 (1808)