THE DIMENNA CENTER WEBISODE SERIES
| From the Ground Up: Webisode 1
Follow the building of The DiMenna Center from groundbreaking celebration to opening day in a series of six short webisodes hosted by architect Hugh Hardy. Join Hugh and other special guests, as they walk you through the vision and construction of New York City's first dedicated music rehearsal and recording center and the new home of Orchestra of St. Luke's.
|Sound Advice: Webisode 4
The DiMenna Center's state-of-the-art acoustics are featured in Webisode 4: Sound Advice. Russell Todd from A'kustiks explains how The DiMenna Center's acoustics can be customized to suit a wide range of projects, and star pianist Jeremy Denk joins OSL in a visit to the Steinway Piano Factory to find the perfect piano for The DiMenna Center's versatile rehearsal and recording spaces.
|Box Within a Box: Webisode 2
Join architect Hugh Hardy, OSL President and Executive Director Katy Clark, and The DiMenna Center construction crew in the second installment of our six-part webisode series, which presents the building of the Orchestra of St. Luke's new home in midtown Manhattan from groundbreaking to opening day.
|Singing the Same Song: Webisode 5
OSL founder Marianne Lockwood and Baryshnikov Arts Center's Mikhail Baryshnikov discuss the significance of a space devoted to artistic process, and what it means for OSL and BAC to share their new home.
|Made for Music: Webisode 3
In the third installment of our six-part webisode series, go on a special preview tour of The DiMenna Center for Classical Music with Orchestra of St. Luke's musicians Elizabeth Mann, Stewart Rose and Myron Lutzke, New York Pops Executive Director James Johnson and OSL President and Executive Director Katy Clark as they reflect on musicians' need for high-quality rehearsal and recording space in New York City.
|Center in Motion: Webisode 6
In the grand finale of Orchestra of St. Luke's six webisode series, musicians and friends of OSL including Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Renée Fleming, Susan Graham, and Christian Tetzlaff celebrate the grand opening of The DiMenna Center for Classical Music. Watch The DiMenna Center's opening day ribbon-cutting ceremony and hear the first notes that were performed in New York City's state-of-the-art new cultural facility.