American Composers Orchestra

Ticket and Venue Information

Tickets for ACO's Carnegie Hall concerts are $46, $35, and $16, and discounted subscriptions are available. Tickets may be purchased through CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800, by visiting Carnegie Hall's website at www.carnegiehall.org, or at the Carnegie Hall box office, 57th Street at 7th Ave.

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Composers Out Front logo Tickets for the Composers Out Front series at Joe's Pub at the Public Theater are $20 and available at the Public Theater Box Office at 425 Lafayette Street, or from Telecharge at 212 239 6200.

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The public forum and choral concert are free with museum admission. Seating for all events is limited. The New-York Historical Society is located at 170 Central Park West at 77th Street. Tel: 212-873-3400. www.nyhistory.org.

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The April 14 concert costs $14 (includes musuem admission). Screenings/talks are free with musuem admission. The American Museum of the Moving Image is located at 25th Avenue at 26th Stret in Astoria, Queens. Tel: 718 784 4520. www.ammi.org.

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Japan Society

Tickets for "Pacifica Mix" are $15 ($12 for Japan Society members and ACO subscribers) and available at the Japan Society Box Office at 333 East 47th Street, or by phone at 212-752-3015.

 
The Japan Society Performing Arts Program brings the best of Japan's legendary and contemporary performing arts to the United States. Highlighting diversity and range, programs vary from time-honored noh, kabuki, kyogen, and bunraku to cutting-edge theater, dance and music. The department also organizes national tours and develops and distributes educational programs, offering American audiences a deeper understanding of the richness and vitality of Japanese performance, past and present. In addition to presenting concerts, the commitment to Japanese music includes new comissions to composers Somei Satoh and Ushio Torikai. The work of Japanese American artists also plays an important role in the Society's Performing Arts Program as we seek to expand appreciation and understanding of the dynamic cultural exchange Japan shares with other Asian countries and the West. For further information on Japan Society Performing Arts Program, call (212) 832-1155, or visit www.japansociety.org.

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