Posts Tagged ‘National Chorale’

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Messiah Sing-In at Lincoln Center

December 12, 2013

Join New York City’s most popular Holiday Season music event, where you can sing under the direction of 17 choral conductors, enjoy 4 fine soloists, including myself, and perform as part of an exciting audience-chorus of 3,000 singers. Handel’s 46th Annual Messiah Sing-In is presented by National Choral Council and it will take place on December 16, 2013 at 7:30 pm at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center. Tickets from $36 to $125.  Don’t miss this great opportunity. Be a part of this wonderful event. It only comes once a year!

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Upcoming 2012 Performances

January 26, 2012

I wanted to take a moment and let everyone know of some of the upcoming concerts and performances I have coming up.  Hope you can attend one, some, or all of them. 

February 3rd, Portraits in song, at the Metropolitan Museum singing with  Tenet

February 10thRosenmuller solo cantatas , at  St Ignatius of Antioch, NYC singing with Artek

February 11th, Vespers by Rosenmuller, at St Inatius of Antioch, NYC  singing with Artek

February 24th, Theodora at The University of North Texas with Graeme Jenkins 

February 25th, Theodora at the Dallas Opera once again with Graeme Jenkins 

February 26th, Recital in Worcester, Massachusetts with Chris Shepard 

March 2nd/3rd, Tenebrae in Austin, TX performing with Ensemble VIII

March 9th/10thLa Resurrezione in both Houston and Austin with Ars Lyrica  

March 22ndCarmina Burana  at the Avery Fisher Hall, NYC  signing with the National Chorale 

March 30th, St. John Passion at  St Thomas Church 5th Avenue with John Scott 

March 31stSt John Passion in Houston  and Austin with the Bach Society, Houston 

April 3rd and 6thSt John Passion in Houston and Austin with the Bach Society, Houston

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“Messiah” at Lincoln Center

March 24, 2010

Just got news that I will sing Messiah at Lincoln Center, NYC, with the National Chorale this December. The concert with John Scott at St Thomas,’ Tenebrae by Charpentier’ is in just over a week (March 30th). Please come along.