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Vista Lirica is Greenwich House Music School's resident chamber orchestra, performing three annual concerts as well as providing mentorships for GHMS students.
Vista Lirica is a New York City-based chamber music ensemble with a special purpose. Through concerts and events Vista Lirica seeks to strengthen the link between music and an awe for the native planet. In the works of the great 19th-century Romantic composers, the chamber group discovers a full range of expression in which Nature’s power and emotions take center stage. Vista Lirica's performances refer back to the way that Romantic movement considered mankind: always a part of the exuberant, rolling spectacle of Nature, not apart from it.
The artists of Vista Lirica comprise a collective, with core members who have garnered recognition as soloists and seasoned chamber musicians in the United States and abroad. In addition to traditional chamber music concerts, Vista Lirica has also presented events with prominent environmentalists.
Solo piano works based on Schubert songs by David Del Tredici performed by Beth Levin and Dalit Warshaw; and
Schubert’s epic and rollicking octet performed by Neil Rynston, clarinet; Olivia Oh, bassoon; Eric Davis, French horn; Eric Grossman and Johna Paolino, violins; Zara Ahmad-Post, viola; Lawrence Zoernig, cello; and David Arend, double bass
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