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This concert, presented by the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, is a commitment to rekindle what was done in 1890s America by Antonin Dvorak and Jeanette Thurber's National Conservatory of Music. The National Conservatory aimed to advance what was referred to by Dvorak as "a great and noble art". Today, the Foundation seeks to revive, in America, that outlook, and especially the desire, on the part of the very young, to know the power of Classical music, through performing it. This concert brings an important chapter of world history to "full circle". Though Isaac Stern is deceased, the Carnegie Hall Stern auditorium in which Mr. Tian Jiang will play, bears his name.No one knows for sure, but somewhere in that audience, in May, will be sitting someone, or even many someones, who can do the same thing, as Isaac Stern and Tian Jiang do, for some other group of people, in some other nation, in some other time. Thus, the circle of the song of gratitude goes on. Dialog Across Time:Bach-Busoni: Organ Toccata in C major, BWV564Mozart: Fantasia in C minor, K475Beethoven: Sonata #23 in F minor, Op. 57, "Appassionata"Brahms: Handel Variations Op.24Chopin: Scherzo in B Flat minor, Op.31

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Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue,
New York, NY 10019