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Beginner’s Ear: Nature and Music at Teatown
Sunday, June 5 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Gabriel Cabezas, cello
Performing recent and old compositions by composers including Jessie Montgomery, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson and Giuseppe Colombi
Tune Your Ear to Nature and Live Music with Beginner’s Ear, an al fresco concert that tunes your ear to silence, nature, and music, leaving you feeling re-centered and inspired.
The 75-minute event begins with a short, guided meditation before the performance, and concludes with a question-and-answer session for participants with the musician.
Cellist Gabriel Cabezas is a true 21st century musician. A prolific and sought-after soloist and collaborator, he is as comfortable interpreting new works as he is with the pillar scores of the cello repertoire. Gabriel has appeared with America’s finest symphony orchestras, including those of Philadelphia, Chicago, Cleveland and New York, and has premiered dozens of new works by some of the most brilliant composers of his time.
He recently released Lost Coast, a dynamic album of original music composed by Gabriella Smith inspired by her reflections on climate change, which she has seen devastate her home state of California. The album was named one of NPR Music’s “Favorite Albums Of 2021” and a “Classical Album to Hear Right Now” by The New York Times. More about Gabriel can be found on his website:
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Members: $20; Non-members $25. Print your confirmation or save it on your mobile device. Seating capacity is limited to 40 guests, and ticket sales end on Sunday, June 5, 2022, at 9:00am EST. Tickets will be available at the Visitor Center the day of the concert.
No refunds. All proceeds go to support Teatown’s mission of inspiring lifelong environmental stewardship in our community.
Adults only. No dogs allowed.
The event will be held outdoors at the Boathouse (Lakeside Trail). Please dress comfortably for the season. Comfortable shoes are recommended for navigating the grounds.
A parking fee of $5 is not included in the ticket price. Teatown members always park free. The Lakeside Parking Lot on Blinn Road is closest to the Boathouse. (Please follow the directional signs on the roads). You may park at any of the Teatown parking lots. Please be prepared to walk a few minutes to the event venue.
Chairs will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own low-profile lawn chair. Bring your own water. Restrooms are available in the Visitor Center.
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