Hamlen-Palm Series

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JACK Quartet
Thursday, February 20th

Lisette Oropesa, soprano
Monday, March 2nd

Anthony Roth Costanzo, countertenor
Tuesday, March 24th

Each evening begins with wine and hors d'oeuvres at 6:30 pm. The concert begins at 7:30 pm with a reception following.

Performances will be held at a private home in TriBeCa. The address will be sent with your ticket confirmation. No tickets will be mailed. Your name will be on the guest list at the door.

For more information or any questions please contact Knox Martin, Development Officer at [email protected]

 

Series Supporters

All levels include pre-show cocktail reception and inclusion in series invitation.

Platinum $25,000 
     • 4 reserved premium seats to all three concerts
     • Listing in program and on event website as Platinum supporter

Diamond $10,000
     • 2 reserved premium seats to all three concerts
     • Listing in program and on event website as Diamond supporter

Gold $5,000
     • 2 reserved prime seats to all three concerts
     • Listing in program and on event website as Gold supporter

Silver $2,500
     • 1 reserved prime seat to all three concerts
     • Listing in program and on event website as Silver supporter

JACK Quartet

 

Hailed by The Washington Post as the “go-to quartet for contemporary music,” JACK is known for exploring new styles of rhythm, new harmonies and new aesthetic modes. A New York Times critics pick as the nation’s most important string quartet, JACK brings impeccable musicianship, intellectual ferocity and a take-no-prisoners sense of commitment to every performance.

 

Soprano Lisette Oropesa

 

Wherever in the world Lisette Oropesa performs, critics rave, solidifying her place at the top of her profession. One of the most in-demand lyric coloraturas today, she dazzled audiences last fall in her return to The Metropolitan Opera as the title heroine in Massenet’s Manon. Her Hamlen-Palm debut takes place during her highly anticipated run as Violetta Valéry in The Met’s La Traviata.

 

Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo

 

Fresh off his critically acclaimed performance as the titular role in Phillip Glass’ Akhnaten at The Metropolitan Opera, countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo continues working to create a bridge between classic opera and 21st century audiences. A performer since he was 11, Costanzo’s debut album, ARC, was nominated for a 2019 Grammy Award and he was named Musical America’s 2019 vocalist of the year.

 

If you cannot attend but would like to support the Hamlen-Palm Series, make a donation now.

  Quantity Price Each Ticket Type
$2,500.00 Silver: Each Package Includes 1 Ticket
$5,000.00 Gold: Each Package Includes 2 Tickets
$10,000.00 Diamond: Each package Includes 2 Tickets
$25,000.00 Platinum: Each Package Includes 4 tickets
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