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Tickets are now available...

Jim Graseck will play the Khachaturian Violin Concerto in concert this fall at Symphony Space in New York.

Thursday, November 6, 2014
7:00 P.M.

James Graseck, Violinist
U.N. Symphony Orchestra
Predrag Vasić, Music Director
Symphony Space
95th & Broadway, New York City

Program:
Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte
Khachaturian: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 ("From the New World")

Tickets:
Purchase online (symphonyspace.org), by phone at 212-864-5400, or directly at Broadway & W. 95th St.
Adults: $22; Seniors/students: $18; Children: $12; Day of show: $25
Special Cash Discount: $15 (prime location, limited number); contact un.orchestrany@gmail.com to get them



At Grand Central, NYC. Photo: Kelly Clark.

Jim Graseck is known and loved by New Yorkers for his solo violin performances in venues ranging from Carnegie Hall to MTA subway platforms. A graduate of The Juilliard School, he has been soloist with orchestras in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and South Carolina. His numerous television appearances include The Tonight Show, Prime Time Live, The Morning Show, and VH1's Behind the Music. Jim's film credits include "One True Thing," starring William Hurt and Meryl Streep.

It is clear that Graseck is a serious artist with something to say. At the same time, he has made great music and virtuoso performances accessible — virtually at arm's length — to anyone with the good luck to stumble onto him.


 

 
Music to serve with a dry martini...

Jim Graseck presents a selection of his favorite Broadway melodies.
Listen to a sample now: Rogers & Hart's Isn't It Romantic?

For the complete playlist and more samples, click here.

From the liveliness and polish of Steve Cohen's sophisticated arrangements to the improvisational verve of renowned musicians Lee Musiker on piano, Bucky Pizzarelli on guitar and Jon Burr on bass, Jim Graseck's latest CD collection delivers some of the sweetest music on Broadway. Here are romantic standards that have endured because they epitomize the best of Broadway's traditions — great melodies, infectious rhythms and emotional punch. Order now!

Relax with the original Graseck's Classics...

Classical music with feeling.
Listen to a sample now:

Scheherazade solo — Rimsky-Korsakov

For the complete playlist
and more samples, click here.

 

Listeners' top requested romantic favorites, including "Meditation" from Thaïs by Massenet, Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, Pachelbel's Canon in D, "Dance of the Spirits" from Orpheus and Euridice by Gluck, and more. Order now!


More great music on CDs
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Click here for details on "Playing for Pavel"
Playing for Pavel (see playlist)

Click here for details on
Recklessly Romantic Holidays (see playlist)

Music for an Unforgettable Day

Jim Graseck has many years of experience playing for parties, gatherings and special occasions, both private and corporate. He is available for solo concert performance, studio and film work, clinic/residencies, civic, corporate and private occasions. His repertoire covers a vast range from classical through popular standards, ethnic favorites, Broadway musicals and classic rock.

Brides, grooms and professional wedding planners have turned to Jim to set the mood of perfect romance for an unforgettable wedding day. From dramatic ceremonies on the Brooklyn Bridge or at the top of the Empire State Building, to sophisticated cocktail hours and receptions, Jim has delighted celebrants and guests with wide-ranging repertoire, both solo and with select accompanists.

Listen now to some examples of Jim's playing:

Pachelbel's Canon/ Scheherazade/ Spring Concerto/ Preludium & Allegro/ Romanza

Click here to learn more about booking Jim for your special event or program.

 

 

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