GatherNYC presents The Overlook + James Shields
Guests at GatherNYC are served exquisite live classical music by New York's most celebrated artists, a taste of the spoken word from storytellers who are NYC-based winners of the Moth StorySLAM and other prestigious competitions, and a brief celebration of silence.
The entire experience lasts one hour and evokes the community and spiritual nourishment of a religious service - but the religion is music, and all are welcome. This fall GatherNYC's Sunday morning concerts are held at the series' new home at the Museum of Arts and Design in Columbus Circle, in The Theater at MAD, fully restored to its original mid-century design.
On Sunday, December 12, GatherNYC presents fast-rising new string quartet The Overlook with Oregon Symphony principal clarinetist James Shields in a program centered around Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's masterful clarinet quintet.
Presented by GatherNYC
Venue: Museum of Arts and Design (MAD)
2 Columbus Circle
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