The Harlem Chamber Players
with Conductor Tali Makell
Mozart and Beethoven Wind Serenades
Summer on the Hudson Lunchtime Listen Series
West Harlem Piers Park
12:00 Noon, Friday, July 27, 2012
West Harlem Piers Park at 130th Street and the Hudson
Enter at 125th and Marginal
Mozart Serenade in E-flat Major, K. 375
Selections from Mozart Così fan tutte arranged for Wind Octet
1st Movement from Beethoven Wind Octet in E-flat Major
Tali Makell, Conductor
Jim Ferraiuolo, Oboe
Roy Beason, Oboe
Carl Jackson, Clarinet
Monte Morgenstern, Clarinet
Kyra Sims, French Horn
Deryck Clarke, French Horn
Amy Fraser, Bassoon
David Miller, Bassoon
West Harlem Piers Park is located on the Hudson River waterfront between St. Clair Place and 135th Street. Entrances are located at 125th and 135th streets.
Take the 1 Train to 125th Street or 137th Street Stations. The 1 train runs between lower Manhattan, along the west side of Manhattan to the west side of Van Cortlandt Park in The Bronx.
From 125th Street Station:
Walk west on 125th Street. You will walk past the Columbia University expansion construction site on your right and after walking under the Hudson River Parkway overpass the park will be visible straight ahead.
From 137th Street Station:
Walk west on 137th Street. At the end of the block turn right onto Riverside Drive. Walk south on Riverside Drive and at 135th Street, turn right and walk forward until you reach the park entrance.
You can transfer to the 1 station at 59th Street Columbus Circle (A, B, C, D) or Times Square (N, Q, R, S, 2, 3, 7).
The park is accessible by the Riverside Drive (M5) and Broadway lines (M4, M104) and the 125th Street crosstown bus (Bx15). Walk west from all lines toward the Hudson River. The park is accessible from 125th and 133nd Streets.
Take Broadway to 125th, 132nd or 133rd Street and turn west. You will drive under the Henry Hudson Parkway overpass and the Hudson River and West Harlem Piers Park will be visible straight head. There is limited, street parking on 125th and 135th Streets, however space is extremely limited in this area and taking public transportation is recommended.