We are back! Musica Solis Productions together with Charles R Hale Productions presents another season of Classically Exposed. This season is called "Musical Crossroads," in honor of the confluence of musical genres that make up the series. Our goal is simple: To present outstanding music at a great value. Accordingly, we have assembled a fabulous collection of artists who will be performing a variety of musical genres including classical, jazz, theatrical and more. This is a "one-of-a-kind” series here in New York.
Individual tickets are $25. Purchase a subscription, which includes six concerts, and save 20%.
Nov 20, Anderson Bros
Dec 18, Igor Lipinski: Piano Illusions
Jan 8, Rossano Sportiello
Jan 29, Empire Wild
Feb 11, 12, WWII & New York City: Connecting Time and Place
“Classically Exposed: Musical Crossroads" is a series co-created by clarinetist, Seunghee Lee and New York historian, Charles R. Hale, both avid supporters of the arts and music culture in New York City. Ms. Lee has multiple solo albums to her credit and currently is the founder and director of Musica Solis, a classical record label, sheet music publisher and artist consulting company dedicated to guiding and mentoring classical musicians of all levels to become entrepreneurial leaders of their generation.
Charles R. Hale is a cultural and musical historian by education, who focuses on blending, imagery and performance art to create uniquely New York experiences. His historically-themed shows incorporate story, music, imagery and dance. These can be experienced in his productions, such as “Crossing Boroughs,” which was performed at the Museum of the City of New York, “The Musical History of the Lower East Side,” and “New York City: A Shining Mosaic”. For more information, please visit their websites.