Museum of Arts and Design: Music at MAD
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
On select Thursdays and Saturdays, live music activates the galleries of the Museum. Performances take place Thursdays 6–8 pm and Saturdays 2–4 pm and are free with museum admission.
Meant to be enjoyed informally as visitors explore the art on view, performances from an international roster of celebrated instrumentalists take place in accordance with the Museum’s safe social-distancing practices.
ARTISTS AND SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES Shenghua Hu, principal second violin, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Sat, Jan 23, 2–4 pm
Stella Chen, violin, international soloist, 2019 Queen Elisabeth Competition winner Thu, Jan 28, 6–8 pm
Andrew Yee, cello, member of Grammy-winning Attacca Quartet Sat, Jan 30, 2–4 pm
Nathan Vickery, cellist, New York Philharmonic Sat, Feb 6, 2–4 pm
Qianqian Li, principal second violin, New York Philharmonic Thu, Feb 11, 6–8 pm
Molly Carr, viola soloist, faculty of the Juilliard School and Bard College Conservatory of Music Sat. Feb 13, 2–4 pm
Monica Davis, violin, member of the orchestra for the Broadway production of Hamilton Sat, Feb 20, 2–4 pm
For More Information: https://madmuseum.org/learn/music-mad
Venue: Museum of Arts and Design
2 Columbus Circle
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