BRONX, N.Y.— Members of the Lehman College Chamber Players will be performing works by Handel, Frank Poulenc, Ravel and others on Sunday, March 17, at 7 p.m. in the Music Building’s Recital Hall. This event is free and open to the community. Seating is limited.
Critically acclaimed violinist Alexander Meshibovsky and pianist Diana Mittler-Battipaglia will perform sonatas by Cesar Franck and Meshibovsky, as well as Ravel’s Tzigane. Oboist Alan Hollander will present works for oboe and piano by Handel, Poulenc and Godard.
Meshibovsky studied with Heifetz and has appeared as soloist with major European and American orchestras. Hollander is professor of music at Lehman College where he conducts the Lehman College and Community Band, and performs with the Lehman Woodwind Quintet. Diana Mittler-Battipaglia is professor of music and Choral Director. Professors Battipaglia and Hollander also serve as co-chairs of the Music Department.
A senior college within the City University of New York, the Lehman campus is located on Goulden Avenue and Bedford Park Boulevard West in the Northwest Bronx, and is accessible by bus as well as the #4 and “D” subway lines. Parking is available for a $5 fee.
For more information about this concert, contact Lehman College’s Music Department at 718 960-8247.
Lehman College Media Contact: Yeara Milton/ 718-960-7963