AUDIO & VIDEO

2015 GMMF Messiaen

Messiaen Le merle noir (The Blackbird)

Tara Helen O'Connor, flute

Da Sol Kim, piano

Great Mountains Music Festival at the Alpensia Concert Hall, PyeongChang, Korea (2015)

2015 GMMF Faure

Fauré Fantasy for Flute and Piano, op. 79

Tara Helen O'Connor, flute

Da Sol Kim, piano

Great Mountains Music Festival at the Alpensia Concert Hall, PyeongChang, Korea (2015)

Simple Gifts

PBS Live From Lincoln Center broadcast of Simple Gifts: The Chamber Music Society at Shaker Village

Windscape: J.S. Bach Fantasia and Fugue in G Minor, BWV 542 arr. Alan R. Kay

Windscape Woodwind Quintet

Tara Helen O'Connor - flute. Randall Ellis - oboe, Alan R. Kay - clarinet, Frank Morelli - bassoon and David Jolley - french horn

Telemann Trio in A minor, TWV 42:a4, IV. Allegro (1740)

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Tara Helen O'Connor - flute, Ida Kavafian - violin, Dane Johansen - cello, Paul Odette - theorbo, John Gibbons - harpsichord

Telemann Trio in A minor, TWV 42:a4, I. Largo (1740)

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Tara Helen O'Connor - flute, Ida Kavafian - violin, Dane Johansen - cello, Paul Odette - theorbo, John Gibbons - harpsichord

Instant Encore

Follow and listen to Tara on Instant Encore, featuring performances with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival, and more.



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CMS National Radio Series

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's 2014-2015 radio series season featured 52 one-hour programs drawn from live performances. The programs were hosted by Elliott Forrest and included commentary from CMS Co-Artistic Director David Finckel and the performers. The CMS radio series is syndicated by the WFMT Radio Network, and heard by over six million listeners on more than sixty commercial and non-commercial stations across the U.S. Broadcasts.



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GREEN ROOM CONVERSATIONS

"Dr. Tara O'Connor lit up the studio (as she does every place she goes) with her joviality and quick wit. In the interview it became apparent that if you really love what you do, you never need a "vacation". Aside from teaching at numerous high-level music programs and performing in many prestigious professional performance ensembles, she makes time for personal music projects she believes in. As a flutist (not "flout-ist") she had never felt the gravitational pull of the orchestral establishment being artistically fulfilled and free to blaze her own path as she has done so successfully. In our interview, you will not be able to help but be inspired and energized by her apparent love of music and the flute. And cooking. And photography."



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Master Class at Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Richard Festinger "The Way Things Go" for flute and piano. II. Recitative

From the CD, "The Way Things Go". Tara Helen O'Connor, flute & alto flute; Margaret Kampmeier, piano

John Halle "Gaze" for flute and piano, movement III

From the CD, "The Way Things Go". Tara Helen O'Connor, flute & alto flute; Margaret Kampmeier, piano

Belinda Reynolds "Share" for piano and alto flute

From the CD, "The Way Things Go". Tara Helen O'Connor, flute & alto flute; Margaret Kampmeier, piano