Here is his Quintet:




New York Chamber Music Festival 2010
New York Philharmonic Principal winds
Liang Wang, oboe
Pascual Martinez Forteza, clarinet
Judith LeClair, bassoon
Philip Myers, horn
Shai Wosner, Piano
Beethoven Piano & Woondwinds quintet
1st movement
Live from Symphony Space
September 16th, 2010


  1. Hi,

    Thank you for posting the Beethoven Quintet. what a terrific masterpiece that is!!

    Also: Would you consider adding my site to your listing? I am an NPR classical music program host for a weekly music show in California. (Yes… there’s music in California!)

    Please take a moment to explore my site, and thanks again…


  2. Thank you for commenting, Hank. I see that you already posted those videos at your site … did you find them via mine or did we happen upon them at the same time? :-)

    I’ll investigate your site some more. I have a blogroll, but I guess I need to start a spot for links to sites that aren’t quite blogs, eh?

    So where is your weekly show broadcast? Is it something I can find online?


  3. PS Feel free to add my blog to your blogroll! :-)

  4. Dear Patty,

    Thank you for properly tagging these videos with a tag for the New York Chamber Music Festival. These videos, as well as the ones with the Mozart Quintet for Piano and Winds, are property of the New York Chamber Music Festival, where these particular live performances by the principal winds of the New York Philharmonic took place on September 16, 2010. As the director of the New York Chamber Music Festival (, I released copies of these videos to the artists under the condition that if they further released them to anyone or posted them anywhere, the New York Chamber Music Festival would always be tagged or mentioned. Thank you for complying with this. I appreciate that you posted these videos on your blog.

    Many Thanks and Best Wishes for a great 2011,

    Elmira Darvarova
    Concert Violinist
    Former Concertmaster, Metropolitan Opera;
    Artistic Director, New York Chamber Music Festival;

  5. Thank you for the information, Elmira!

    I do always try to properly tag things. YouTube is a bit tricky; sometimes I find out later that something wasn’t even legal to be there … but I’m never sure how we in the general public can even know! (I’m also sad that not one thing I’ve done can be put up due to our contracts. Sigh.)

    I do hope you are staying warm! That is quite some weather over on your end of the country!

  6. PS I just also added the link to the music festival!