The long-serving concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, violinist Glenn Dicterow will step down from that august position at the end of the current season, bound for a west coast teaching position. Setting the stage for his departure, he presents a recital with his fellow Antonin String Quartet members and pianist Gerald Robbins, performing Korngold's Much Ado About Nothing suite, Dvorak's "American" Quartet and a violin sonata that John Corigliano composed for his father, John Corigliano Sr.—Dicterow's predecessor in the Phil's top chair. Free tickets are available at the Juilliard box office; expect them to disappear fast.
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