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The 92nd Street Y presents Avi Avital, mandolin, and Brooklyn Rider play Boccherini, Golijov, and more

March 15, 2022

The 92nd Street Y, one of New York’s leading cultural venues, presents Avi Avital, mandolin, and Brooklyn Rider play Boccherini, Golijov, and more as part of its Spring Classical Concert Season on March 15, 2022 at 7:30pm. Concerts are for fully vaccinated audiences. For more information, including purchasing tickets and COVID-19 protocols for in-person performances, please visit 92Y.org/Concerts.

AVI AVITAL, mandolin
Tuesday, March 15, 2022, 7:30 PM

Grammy-nominated Israeli mandolinist Avi Avital teams up with the string quartet Brooklyn Rider (two of its four members are also with The Knights) for a program that traverses late 18th century Spanish-inflected Boccherini, a powerful contemporary statement about the US-Mexico border crisis by Matan Roberts, selections by Bach, a world premiere by internationally renowned Argentine composer Osvaldo Golijov and more, concluding with a tarantella by Lev “Lyova” Zhurbin,

BOCCHERINI: La Musica Notturna Ritratta di Madrid 
SOLLIMA: Prelude for solo mandolin
MATANA ROBERTS: borderlands… 
COLIN JACOBSEN: Time and Again
BACH: selected Sinfonias and Inventions
GONZALO GRAU: Cazon’s Revenge, world premiere for mandolin and string quartet 
OSVALDO GOLIJOV: Arum der Fayer, world premiere for mandolin and string quartet
LEV ZHURBIN: Love Potion, Expired

About 92nd Street Y: The 92nd Street Y (92Y) is a world-class center for the arts and innovation, a convener of ideas, and an incubator for creativity. 92Y offers extensive classes, courses and events online including live concerts, talks and master classes; fitness classes for all ages; 250+ art classes, and parenting workshops for new moms and dads. The 92nd Street Y is transforming the way people share ideas and translate them into action all over the world. All of 92Y’s programming is built on a foundation of Jewish values, including the capacity of civil dialogue to change minds; the potential of education and the arts to change lives; and a commitment to welcoming and serving people of all ages, races, religions, and ethnicities. For more information, visit www.92Y.org.


March 15, 2022