ABOUT THE EVENT
Sunday Music Series | Justin Kolb
The NBMAA’s longstanding monthly concert series, featuring local & regional performances from a variety of musical genres.
Twilight Fantasies…………………..Robert Starer (1924-2001)
A Faded Old Photograph
Shades of Blue
Excursions, #2………………………Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
Troubled Water………………….Margaret Bonds (1913-1972)
Tango quasi una Fantasia……….. Robert Cuccinotta((1949)
The Cat and the Mouse…………Aaron Copland(1900-1990)
El Salon Mexico……………..Copland / Bernstein(1918-1990)
About Justin Kolb:
As a pianist he has premiered compositions by: Robert Starer, (Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie-NYC) John Downey, (Lobero Theatre-Santa Barbara, CA) Peter Schickele, (Performing Arts Center- Rhinebeck, NY) Paul Alan Levi, (Merkin Concert Hall-NYC) William Ferris, (Lobero Theatre-Santa Barbara, CA), Giles Malkine, SUNY- New Paltz, Robert Cucinotta, Mohawk Mountain House- New Paltz NY and Tim Mukherjee, Roxbury-NY).
Solo engagements: Chicago Symphony Orchestra, NW Indiana Symphony, Hambourg Philharmonic [Germany] Northshore Concert Band Chicago, United States Military Concert Band, Trophy Point, WestPoint NY
The NY Times [Alex Ross] and Chicago Tribune [John von Rhein] laud his American music performances and Albany Records retains Kolb on its roster. A Co-Founder, Justin serves as Chairman Emeritus, "Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice", Executive Secretary of the American Liszt Society. An Army veteran, and recipient of the Army Legion of Merit he is also a recipient of Distinguished Alumni Award, from DePaul University.
Please note: The Mother's Day promotion (free admission for moms on May 14) does not apply to this program. Also, Library Passes are not valid for programs, classes, or musical performances.
We are excited to announce that "Members Sit First" at select music programs, including this one! Members, please have your Membership card handy at the entrance to the performance space. Once Members are seated, the doors will open for the general public, and seating will be first come, first served. Seating capacity is limited to 120.
Concert attendees must register at the Front Desk upon arrival. Museum Members are free, and Museum guests are welcome with purchase of a Museum admission ticket.
All shows begin at 3 p.m.; doors to event space will open at 2:30 p.m.