Passion Through Orchestral Performance
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Since 2007, ACMA has provided performance opportunities for NYC musicians in a variety of settings. During an evening featuring larger ensemble performances, the ACMA Chorus will interpret Samuel Barber's Agnus Dei and the ACMA Orchestra will perform selections from Mozart, Delibes and Beethoven. Various soloists will provide the talent, including Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 with three different pianists. ACMA is geared towards creating a supportive environment for mostly non-professional musicians to channel and express their artistic impulses.
Venue: Carnegie Hall
881 7th Avenue
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