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11 July 2013

Visit with Dvořák in New York

Principal Cello Carter Brey plays Dvořák’s Cello Concerto for our Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks programs throughout the five boroughs this week. The work has a direct connection to our fair city, as Dvořák composed the piece here during his tenure as director of the National Conservatory of Music (1892–95). He and his family lived in a townhouse at 327 E. 17th Street, near the conservatory, and a statue in his honor stands in Stuyvesant Square, with the street alongside named Dvořák Place. 

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    well, looks like I have another thing to see the next time I’m in New York!
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    Fun fact: I used to live on this very street when I was a kid! In fact, only a couple of buildings away from where the...
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