For bookings, contact:
John Gingrich Management, Inc.
Jennifer Wada Communications Co.
Mon., December 21, 2020, 8 PM
Premieres online at www.osny.org
ORATORIO SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
Kent Tritle, conductor
Susanna Phillips, soprano
Heather Petrie, contralto
Joshua Blue, tenor
Sidney Outlaw, baritone
“The Grand Tradition Continues: OSNY Messiah 2020”
Selections from Handel’s Messiah
Tue., March 23, 2021, 7:30 PM
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY
CATHEDRAL CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA OF ST. JOHN THE DIVINE
Kent Tritle, conductor
Soloists to include:
Amy Justman, soprano
Kirsten Sollek, contralto
Lawrence Jones, tenor
Peter Stewart, baritone
J. S. BACH St. John Passion
3 days ago
Mark your calendars for Dec. 21: “The Grand Tradition Continues: OSNY Messiah 2020” is a performance of selections from Handel’s "Messiah" that will debut for on-demand, free streaming on Monday, December 21, at 8:00 pm on the Oratorio Society of New York website, www.osny.org. Taped in October in the barn at Kent’s house in upstate New York, the performance features Kent leading 24 members of the Oratorio Society of New York chorus, a 12-member orchestra, and star soloists Susanna Phillips, Soprano, Heather Petrie, Joshua Blue, Tenor, and Baritone Sidney Outlaw.
In addition to most of the Christmas portion of the oratorio (Part 1), the performance includes the “Hallelujah” chorus performed by more than 80 members of the OSNY, each recorded separately and engineered together. ... See MoreSee Less
For Veteran's Day: Here is Kent leading the Cathedral Choir in an excerpt of Patrick Zimmerli's "Instrument of Destiny," recorded at the work's U.S. premiere last November. ... See MoreSee Less
This coming Tuesday at 6! Watch the "Tuesday at 6" virtual concert from the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC, featuring a performance compilation of Kent playing favorites by J.S. Bach and the Toccata from "Suite Gothique" by Léon Boëllmann. Details here! ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
So here's the story! As the New York Philharmonic says:
Perhaps a trick, and definitely a treat! “All Hallows’ Eve: NY Phil at the Cathedral,” featuring small groups of NY Phil musicians - including Kent! - playing spooky classics that make you think of things that go bump in the night, all in the Gothic interior of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC. Tune in tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. EDT for our musical Halloween party!
The New York Philharmonic partners with the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC for this free, streamed performance of classically spooky compositions by Saint-Saëns and others, recorded in the Cathedral and streamed on their YouTube and Facebook pages on Saturday, October 31 at 6:00 PM ET: www.facebook.com/nyphilharmonic/?utm_source=wordfly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mkt_20201030_pl... ... See MoreSee Less