Fotografiska New York is presenting its annual Unfiltered Music Festival this spring. The second of the annual series, the festival is scheduled for April 17-19, featuring some of the most accomplished performers in contemporary classical music in one of the most breathtaking music venues in New York City.
Scheduled guests include four-time Grammy-winning, Chicago-based sextet Eighth Blackbird, three-time Grammy-nominated violinist and composer Curtis Stewart, and renowned pianist Jenny Lin. The festival follows a 2022 inaugural event that featured classical superstars including Caroline Shaw and Anthony McGill.
Four-time Grammy-winning sextet Eighth Blackbird, from Chicago, will perform on night one of the Fotografisca Unlimited Music Festival. The ensemble, consisting of Lisa Kaplan, Matthew Duvall, Lina Andonovska, Zachary Good, Maiani da Silva, and Laura Metcalf, will share music by some of the most exciting voices in contemporary music including Viet Cuong, Valerie Coleman, Julius Eastman, and Andy Akiho. Violinist, improviser, composer, arts leader, and multimedia artist Curtis Stewart will follow on night two. Among his many accolades, Stewart is the Artistic Director of the American Composers Orchestra. Acclaimed pianist Jenny Lin, named by the Washington Post as “surely one of the most interesting pianists in America right now” will conclude the festival.
Fotografiska was founded in Stockholm in 2010. The museum lets visitors discover world-class photography, eclectic programming, elevated dining, and surprising new perspectives. A core mission of Fotografiska is to inspire a more conscious world. The museum does this through photography, producing dynamic and unparalleled rotating exhibitions, spanning various photographic genres, in inclusive and immersive environments. With locations in Stockholm, New York City, and Tallinn, and coming soon to Berlin, Fotografiska is the premier global gathering place for photography and culture.
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