Brandon performs at New York's renown Metropolitan Museum of Art on 6.15.18
At 6PM Join Brandon for Flutes of Versailles, featuring works by Jean-Baptiste Lully, Jacques-Martin Hotteterre, Michel de la Barre, and Elisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre; Gallery 735, The American Wing, Panoramic View of the Palace and Gardens of Versailles. At 7PM Brandon presents French Impressionists, with compositions by Claude Debussy and Jean Cras. He will be joined by Jordan Dodson on guitar, and Mélanie Genin on harp. Inspired by the exhibitions Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence, on view at The Met Fifth Avenue through July 29, and Visitors to Versailles (1682- 1789), also on view at The Met Fifth Avenue through July 29.
Following the performances, join curator Bradley Strauchen-Scherer for a tour of one of the newly reopened Musical Instruments Galleries, Gallery 684.
6 Musical Instruments That Broke Auction Records
In this story BPG discusses his recording project featuring the platinum Powell flute #365, and is heard performing music by Kalevi Aho HERE
NY Magazine: The 10 Best Classical-Music Performances of 2016
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NY Times: The Best Classical Music of 2016
The New York Times counts the International Contemporary Ensemble's performances of Louis Andriessen's De Materie among the best classical music performances of 2016. The article can be found HERE
Brandon George, Andy Lin, and Bridget Kibbey @ Richmond Cathedral
"New York City-based artists Brandon George, Andy Lin, and Bridget Kibbey will present a concert at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart tailored to the unique chamber ensemble of flute, viola, and harp. They have received stellar reviews in the New York Times, and are active performers throughout the country and abroad. They are regularly featured with such renowned ensembles as the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and International Contemporary Ensemble." More HERE
NY Times Review: ‘De Materie,’ of Matter, Spirit and Sheep 3.23.16
"the brilliant International Contemporary Ensemble, expanded with extra players — was colorful, exciting and, during reflective episodes, raptly beautiful. Peter Rundel was the assured conductor." More HERE