New York City Master Chorale presents "Carmina/10"

New York City Master Chorale
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
Concert
Location: 
New York, NY
Event date: 
30 Apr 2016
Start Time: 
8:00 pm
Conductor / Keynote Speaker: 
Thea Kano & Dusty Francis, Conductors

Join the New York City Master Chorale as they celebrate their 10th anniversary with “Carmina/10.” This exciting concert features works by Dominick Argento, Leonard Bernstein and Carl Orff. Also featured on this concert are six partner ensembles from around New York City and Washington, DC. The evening culminates with a thrilling performance of Carmina Burana featuring a world-premiere performance by "marvelously daring" Gallim Dance, led by Guggenheim Fellow Andrea Miller. 

On Saturday, April 30, 2015 at 8:00 pm, under the direction of Artistic Director Thea Kano and Assistant Conductor Dusty Francis, the New York City Master Chorale will celebrate its 10th Anniversary with “Carmina/10” featuring Orff’s Carmina Burana, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Argento’s I Hate and I Love along with 6 partner ensembles from New York City and Washington D.C. This concert will feature the world premiere of new choreography for the “marvelously daring” Gallim Dance by Artistic Director and Guggenheim Fellow Andrea Miller and will be held at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center (1941 Broadway between 65 and 66 Streets).

 

Tickets are $35-$90 with discounts for students and seniors and can be purchased at www.nycmasterchorale.org/box or at the Alice Tully Hall Box Office.


New York City Master Chorale

Thea Kano & Dusty Francis, Conductors

featuring Yarn|Wire

organist James Kennerley

the National Children’s Chorus

the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington

soloists from the Manhattan School of Music

Bryn Holdsworth, Soprano

Oliver Sewell, Tenor

Young Kwang Yoo, Baritone

Violetta Norrie, Harp

and Gallim Dance performing new choreography by Andrea Miller

 

Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center (1941 Broadway between 45 & 46 Streets), between Sixth Avenue and Seventh Avenue), accessible via the 1 train to 66th Street.

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