Volume 75, Number 49 | April 26 - May 2 2006

Music

Amato Opera, 319 Bowery at 2nd St., 212-228-8200, www.amato.org: AIDA, in Italian, music by Verdi; Begins Sat., Feb. 18 at 7:30 pm and continues thru Sun., March 19 at 2:30pm; Call or go online for specific times and dates; $30, $25 seniors, kids and students.

The Church of Saint Luke In the Fields, 487 Hudson St. 212-678-1725: THE MOETS OF BACH, The 2006 Grammy nominated vocal ensemble The Tiffany Consort will perform four moets by Bach. Tues., Feb 28 at 8 pm. $30, $20 students and seniors.

greenwich village bistro, 13 Carmine St., 212-206-9777: WHIRLED MUSIC, Nightly music with no cover charge at any time, call for a given evening’s schedule.

nyu Frederick Loewe Theater, 35 W. 4th St.: Two concerts celebrate the music of composers from the internationally acclaimed Groupe de Recherches Musicales. Sun., Feb. 26 at 8pm enjoy Daniel Teruggi and friends playing works by Daniel Teruggi and includes the U.S. premiere of “Nature contre nature.” Mon., Feb. 27 at 8pm enjoy François Bayle and friends for a retrospective of the music of Bayle. Free.

Open Music Circle, A self-directed improvisatory gathering of acoustic instrument players and vocalists. The event begins and ends in silence. In between, participants experiment with playing in the moment. Second and fourth Sunday of each month. $5-10 donation per person suggested. Bring your own instrument or instruments will be provided. RSVP to 212-988-3306. The New York Insight Meditation Center, 28 W. 27th St., 10th floor, Ring buzzer to enter.

tribeca Performing Arts Center, Borough of Manhattan Community College, 199 Chambers St., bet Greenwich and West Sts. 212- 220-1460: I LOVE A PIANO, New York’s longest running jazz concert series featuring Barbara Carroll with Jay Leonhart & Joe Ascione and the Eric Reed Trio. Thurs., March 9 at 8 pm. $30, 27.50 for students.

Washington Irving High School, 16th St. & Irving Place. 212-586-4680: www.pscny.org. Enjoy the music of Vladimir Feltsman, the noted pianist in recital with two of his signature works, Beethoven’s Pathetique Sonata and Schumann’s Carnaval in the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts series for families and music-lovers on a budget. $9 at the door starting at 6pm.

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