Listen to NOA in Concert at Free Synagogue of Flushing!

Achinoam Nini (known as NOA) will perform on Sunday, February 11 at 3:00 PM, at the Free Synagogue of Flushing.  General Admission is $36, Reserved Seating is $50, and Sponsor Premium Seating is $125. Group Rates are available. For tickets, call 718-961-0030 or email NOA, who is of Yemenite origin and raised in the US, now resides in Israeli […]

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Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy at Mary’s Nativity Church

The Queensboro Symphony Orchestra will return to Mary’s Nativity Church (46-02 Parsons Blvd, Flushing, NY 11355) on Sunday, January 28th at 7:30 PM as they join with the Queensboro Symphonic Choir to present Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy for piano, chorus and orchestra featuring pianist Noi Otomasu. The program includes J.S. Bach’s Violin Concerto in E featuring Chern Hwei Fung on violin. Maestro Dong-hyun Kim […]

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Listen to Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals

The Queensboro Symphony Orchestra will present a Young Persons concert on Wednesday, January 24th at 8:00 PM as part of a new concert series at Whitestone’s Moakyang Presbyterian Church (12-25 Clintonville St, Whitestone, NY 11357). The program will include Camille Saint-Saens’ colorful “Carnival of the Animals” featuring pianist Noi Otomasu. Maestro Dong-hyun Kim will lead the orchestra. No tickets are necessary […]


Celebrate Christmas with Queensboro Symphony Orchestra

A brand new concert series debuts in Whitestone as the Queensboro Symphony Orchestra presents a Classical Christmas concert on Wednesday, December 20th at Moakyang Presbyterian Church. You’ll hear beloved Christmas carols such as O’ Holy Night, the popular Pachelbel Canon and J.S. Bach’s festive Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 featuring violinist Kae Nakano with flutists Noriko Omichi and Ti Chung. Maestro […]



A New York Philharmonic Ensembles concert provides an intimate connection between listeners and the individual talents that make up the Orchestra. Experience the passion and personality of the performers in an early work of Beethoven, his Octet for Winds; and in two works composed during the Second World War – Dmitri Shostakovich’s Piano Quintet, premiered in Moscow, and Gideon Klein’s […]