The CSI campus roadways will be under construction at the time of our October 22nd concert. The front of our concert hall, building 1P, will not be accessible by car. The usual parking lots for 1P should still be available. For those performers and audience members with limited walking ability, it may be best to be dropped off at the backstage door beside the Concert Hall. The handicapped parking lot beside 1P should still be available, by going behind 1P and driving a short distance on the sidewalk. However, it is a rather long hike from there to the Concert Hall. Please review the map of the CSI road closures to help you plan for your visit.
Please join us for a world premiere by Howard Fox, Jeannine Otis and Anthony Turner singing selections from Porgy & Bess, Joyce Chung performing Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, and Katherine Liu presenting the Staten Island premiere of Gwyneth Walker’s American Concerto for Violin. You can’t miss this one!
Sunday, October 22, 2017, 3 pm
Springer Concert Hall, College of Staten Island.
Tickets: 917-545-8266 or 718-982-ARTS (2787)
Join SI Philharmonic, Viva Voce Chorus, and Brooklyn’s Dyker Singers for a free concert of music from the British Isles, including the Beatles, Queen, Andrew Lloyd Webber, PLUS the world premiere of “The Mis-Match March,” by Staten Island composer Michael Sirotta.
Saturday, Sept. 2, 4 pm, Alice Austen House.
Sunday, Sept. 3, 4 pm, Conference House Park
Free, and great for families–kids are welcome to wander, dance along, and sing along. Bring a lawn chair. Conducted by Dr. Raymond Wheeler. See you there!
More info: email@example.com or 917-545-8266
Please join us this Saturday, August 26, 6pm, at Fort Wadsworth, for a concert celebrating America’s national parks and more! We’re going everywhere from the redwoods and Mt. Rushmore to big bands and the Beatles. It’s FREE, and outdoors, so the kids can wander and dance and sing along. See you there!
Join us for these free, family-friendly concerts of patriotic and popular favorites, along with the world premiere of “Wrong Note Polka”, by Dr. Howard Fox. Conductor is Dr. Raymond Wheeler, music department chair, Stuyvesant High School.
Bring a lawn chair, bring a picnic, bring the whole family! Saturday, July 1, 4 pm, Carousel at Willowbrook Park; Sunday, July 2, 4 pm, Conference House Park; Tuesday, July 4, 6 pm, Alice Austen House. See you there!
Brahms’ wonderful German Requiem presented by SIPhilharmonic, Richmond Choral Society, Arcadian Chorale, and the Brookdale Concordia Chorale. Our beloved music director, José Alejandro (Alex) Guzmán is dedicating this performance to his dear, departed friend Louis Flaim. We are dedicating it to him. Alex has conducted orchestras throughout NYC for more than forty years. He is one of a very rare breed of conductors whose skill far exceeds his ego, which has made him a favorite of all of us who work with him. Please join us for this very special event.
Staten Island friends, don’t miss your chance to hear the Brahms Requiem locally before we take it to Manhattan!
Staten Island Philharmonic Presents Brahms Requiem (a concert for Louie)
Monday, June 12, 2017, 8pm
Tribeca Performing Arts Center
199 Chambers St. @ West St.
Tickets $20 (212) 220-1460
Conducted by José Alejandro Guzmán
Richmond Choral Society, Marina Alexander, Musical Director
Arcadian Chorale, Marina Alexander, Musical Director
Brookdale Concordia Chorale, John Balme & Cynthia Springsteen Balme, Directors