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New York Classical in March 2015

Our selection of the best classical in New York for the month of March 2015

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Bergen Performing Arts Center : 27th March

From amazing child prodigy to breathtaking virtuoso, Joshua Bell has performed with every major orchestra worldwide. He came to national attention at the age of 14 in a highly acclaimed orchestral debut with Riccardo Muti and the Philadelphia Orchestra. A Carnegie Hall debut, the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, and a recording contract further confirmed his presence in the music world. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium : Closes 12th March 2015

Sir Andras Schiff is playing a series of concerts in Los Angeles and New York in 2015, celebrating the works of four great masters: Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven and Haydn. This is a once in a lifetime chance to see one of the world's finest pianists tackle these formidable pieces, one after another. More info

Best Buy Theater : 3rd March

This classical crossover singer gained wide recognition at an early age and, since 2009, has released five albums, including a platinum and gold album and three Billboard 200 top 10 debuts. Having collaborated with the legendary Barbra Streisand, and pop singer Susan Boyle, as well as working with producer David Foster, Evancho has achieved monumental success despite her young age. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium : Closes 14th May 2015

The Philadelphia Orchestra journeys to New York as part of Carnegie Hall's Joyce DiDonato: Perspectives and the Beethoven and Brahms series. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium : Closes 10th April 2015

The New York Pops 2014/2015 Season boasts their greatest line-up ever. It's a series of concerts which includes everything from The Fab Four to some festive sing a-longs, to the tunes of Old Blue Eyes. New York's favourite orchestra will be joined throughout the season by a starry roster of guest performers, including Glee's Matthew Morrison and Broadway phenomenon Sutton Foster. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium : 31st March

The Grammy- and Emmy Award-winning Israeli-American is renowned as the pre-eminent violinists of the 20th century after coming to prominence at the tender ages of 13 on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1958. Despite losing the use of his legs due to polio, he has overcome the odds to become one of the most successful violin virtuosos in the world and his haunting music work has featured in movies including Schindler's List and Memoirs of a Geisha. More info

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