The Very Least
SORRY, SOLD OUT!
of P.D.Q. Bach
A concert of P.D.Q. Bach's biggest and baddest orchestral works
Tuesday Evening, January 2, 2007 at 7:30 p.m.
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
Peter Schickele, Conductor, Soloist and Host
New York Philharmonic, Xian Zhang, Conductor
One of today's most versatile composers, writers and humorists, Peter Schickele is associated with Professor Peter Schickele, his crazy, unkempt, absent-minded alter ego and professor of music at the University of Southern North Dakota at Hoople.
The professor's claim to fame is the discovery
of P.D.Q. Bach, the last and least son of J.S.
and composer of impressive near-misses such as, "1712 Overture," "The Safe Sextet," the "Schleptet in E-Flat," and other classics.
Now Professor Peter Schikele rejoins the Philharmonic for a nonstop cavalcade of the hits that got him in so much trouble
in the first place.
To order your tickets, contact Betty Schloss or click here.
For further information on the works of P.D.Q Bach (1807-1742)?
go to www.schickele.com