Time Out says
Posted: Tue Mar 27 2012
This former coffee-bean barge usually presents four chamber concerts a week (plus one jazz program) set against a panoramic view of lower Manhattan. It’s a magical experience, and the programming has recently grown more ambitious. When the weather is warm, enjoy a drink on the upper deck during intermission.
Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing
What's on at Bargemusic
Violinist Mara Milkis and pianist Francine Kay open the weekend's doings on Brooklyn's most famous barge, offering sonatas by Telemann, Prokofiev, Schubert and Schumann on Mar 7. On Mar 8, the Horszowski Trio plays Haydn, Tchaikovsky and Joan Tower, and...
Song recitals, Early music (500 - 1400), Renaissance music (1400 – 1600)
- Critics' pick
The barge hosts a weekend filled with big-name performers, starting tonight with the duo of David Del Tredici and Marc Peloquin, who'll set out a sassy saucerful of Del Tredici's sly piano works. On Sat 15, erstwhile Bang on a Can cellist Wendy Sutter...