On Thursday, April 22 at 8 PM, the Musicians of Lenox
Hill, under the artistic direction of Soo-Kyung Park, will perform “Chamber Music –
New York Style” at Temple Israel of the City of New York, 112 East 75th Street, New
York City The program includes Three American Piecesfor flute and piano by Lukas
Foss, Gershwin’s Embraceable You and I’ve Got Rhythm arranged for solo piano by Earl
Wilde, Dvořák’s Piano Quartet No. 2 in Eb Major, B 162, Op.87 and Luminaria for
violin and harp by Kenji Bunch, who has been called “a composer to watch” by the New
York Times and is quickly emerging as one of the most prominent American composers
of his generation.
New York Concert Review hailed the Musicians of Lenox Hill as “exemplary throughout”
and “extremely impressive, technically and musically”. The featured performers,
Jae-Hyuck Cho, piano, Cornelius Dufallo, violin, Sean Katsuyama , cello, Wei-Yang
Andy Lin, viola, Sivan Magen, Harp and Soo-Kyung Park, flute and artistic director,
have each won international acclaimperforming with major orchestras and ensembles
and winning many of the world’s most prestigious music competitions. This concert
brings these extraordinary musicians together to perform chamber music written by
some of the world’s greatest composers as well as a new work by an emerging young
star. Each of the composers on the program has been inspired by New York City and,
at important points in their careers, called the City their home.
Says Artistic Director Soo-Kyung Park “I am so thankful to Temple Israel and our
dear friend, the late Muriel Levy, for sponsoring The Musicians of Lenox Hill, and
allowing these exceptional artists to have the opportunity to perform such
beautiful, enjoyable chamber music together, at affordable prices, in the wonderful,
intimate setting of Temple Israel.”
The audience is invited to attend a dessert reception with the artists following the
concert. The concert, which is an annual event now in its 12th year, is made
possible by gift to Temple Israel by the late Muriel Levy in memory of her husband,
Dr.Hyman Levy and their son, Jerrold Levy, fulfilling her vision to continue the
music she and her husband loved and support the Musicians of Lenox Hill.
Single Ticket $20
Seniors (60+) and Full Time Students (with ID) $10
Temple Israel Members FREE
Children under 18 FREE
To order tickets or for more information, call (917) 834-5399, visit
www.LenoxHillMusic.com, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
checks payable to “Temple Israel of the City of New York”. Cash or check accepted at
the door. Temple Israel of the City of New York is located at 112 East 75th Street
between Lexington and Park Avenues, and can be easily reached on the 6 train (77th
Street station). Parking is available in nearby garages.