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It’s a Date

Some ideas for a musically memorable Valentine’s Day.

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  1. 1. New York Festival of Song

    Merkin Concert Hall, 129 W. 67th St., nr. Broadway; 212-501-3330

    The evening’s program, “All Together Now,” showcases music written expressly for group performance, from Monteverdi to the Beach Boys.

  2. 2. St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble

    Zankel Hall, Seventh Ave. at 57th St.; 212-247-7800

    Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik is the centerpiece of a romantic program that also includes Schoenberg’s Transfigured Night, and Debussy and Chopin.

  3. 3. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

    Carnegie Hall, Seventh Ave. at 57th St.; 212-247-7800

    The excellent ensemble is in from Amsterdam; on the 14th, it will play Shostakovich’s heartfelt Seventh Symphony (“Leningrad”).

  4. 4. “Valentine’s Day Massacre”

    Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard St., nr. Broadway; 212-219-3132

    Performance artist Diamanda Galás’s “spellbinding night of tragic love and homicidal songs” should appeal to those with a gimlet eye toward the holiday.


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