Past Events
Special Concert
Paul Dwyer, cello: "A Suite Ride through NYC"
June 13, 2014
5:00 P.M.
 
Cellist Paul Dwyer performs Johann Sebastian Bach's Suite No. 1 in G Major and Suite No. 3 in C Major at 5:00 P.M. in the Sanctuary of Saint Peter's Church. This performance in the final of a day-long tour in which Paul will play all six Cello Suites across New York's five boroughs, and is a collaboration between Early Music Festival NYC and Five Boroughs Music Festival.

"A Suite Ride through NYC"
Five Boroughs Music Festival
Friday, ​June 13

9:00 AM Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
Park Slope, Brooklyn

11:00 AM Staten Island Arts Culture Lounge
St. George Ferry Terminal, Staten Island

1:00 PM Sweetleaf Espresso Bar
Center Boulevard, Long Island City, Queens

3:00 PM An Beal Bocht Café (with ClassicalCafé)
445 West 238th Street, Riverdale, Bronx

5:00 PM Saint Peter's Church
619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street, Manhattan
About Paul Dwyer

Cellist Paul Dwyer brings to life everything from early music on baroque cello to brand new works by young composers. He has appeared as soloist and chamber musician at Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art and has performed chamber music with Jordi Savall, Menahem Pressler, and artist-faculty of the Juilliard School and Aspen Music Festival. A prize-winner of numerous competitions, Paul is also the recipient of the Javits Fellowship, Presser Award and a Fulbright Fellowship for studies with Anner Bylsma and Frances-Marie Uitti in Amsterdam. Paul holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and the University of Michigan, where he was teaching assistant to Richard Aaron. He recently completed additional graduate studies in historical performance at The Juilliard School.

About Early Music Festival NYC

The summer of 2014 will see a whirlwind of activity in New York City with the first Early Music Festival: NYC. This unprecedented festival will take place from June 13 – June 19, 2014
and promises to offer a remarkable intersection of sights and sounds for the senses.

The inaugural year is packed with a variety of offerings for the public including concerts celebrating Jean-Philippe Rameau and C.P.E. Bach in honor of both their anniversary years, intimate chamber music events, recitals, two performances by the acclaimed Green Mountain Project, choral master pieces, and so much more.

Co-Directors Jolle Greenleaf and Donald Meineke invite you to be part of this unique experience in the greatest city on earth! Please mark your calendars now and be sure to check back as we will continue to update our content with new information.