Bargemusic This Weekend

Tomorrow (Friday, April 15) evening at 8:00 Bargemusic will present “A Mandolin Journey From Ancient to Modern Times”, featuring mandolinist Carlo Aonzo (photo), and including works by Bach, Kioulaphides, De Call, Siegel, Bickford, Calace, Murena, Do Bandolim, and Grisman. On Saturday evening, April 16, at 8:00 the Dorian Wind Quintet will perform works by Ligeti, Berio, Bruce Adolphe, Hindemith, and Karl Kramer. On Sunday afternoon, April 17, at 4:00 the pianists Junghwa Moon Auer and Edward Auer will play works by Debussy, Schumann, Mozart, Schubert, and Liszt.

Saturday afternoon at 4:00 there will be a free, family oriented “Music in Motion” concert, co-sponsored by the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. Doors open at 3:45; first come, first seated. There’s more information and buy tickets for the evening and Sunday concerts here.

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  • Willow Street Watch

    When are they going to have Link Wray there. If they are serious about stringed instrument artists, why isn’t Link Wray the First artist presented?

  • Claude Scales
  • StudioBrooklyn


  • Jeff Raw-Hide Smith…

    I was trying to honor the memory. I saw him perhaps 20 times over the years. I remember he and his wonderful wife (who undoubtedly extended his fragile life for many years) and I standing outside a club at 4:30 waiting for a cab. Just his audio engineering work in his famious three track shack was often amazing and poineering.

    Thinking further, why can’t we invite the entire population of Tuesday and Saturday’s at Otto’s Shrunken Head for a gala?…

    But come on, in honor of Olga, let’s hear some Right Turn, Hang On and Turnpike USA……!!!🔜🔜🔜

  • Jeffrey Smith

    GOOD Thinking, a hologram. I’ll bet we can extract 3-D information out of the many filmed appearances and concerts. We can holograph Vernon Wray and all the Wray men….very good, contact with me is causing you to begin to THINK.

  • StudioBrooklyn

    Never safe to attribute my blog-commenting to thinking of any kind.

  • Claude Scales

    I’m disappointed that RS ranked him only the 45th best guitarist.

  • JS

    Yes, that was my immediate reaction. But of course, look at the demographic of their readership.