Postponed Handels Messiah

Carnegie Hall 881 7th Ave, New York, NY

Musica Sacra returns to Carnegie Hall to present a dynamic performance of Handel’s Messiah alongside a stellar cast of soloists and the Musica Sacra Orchestra, complete with baroque bows and a focus on period performance practices. Don’t miss our triumphant Hallelujah and Worthy is the Lamb!

$21 – $105

Der Schweigsame Frau

Fisher Center 60 Manor Ave, Red Hook

chorus Considered Strauss’s only true comic opera, this rarely performed work is by turns elegiac and incisively witty. The brilliantly written libretto by Stefan Zweig (loosely based on the Renaissance play by Ben Jonson) features a madcap cast of characters in a variety of guises. The imaginative and colorful production by Christian Räth (Das Wunder […]

$25

Der Schweigsame Frau

Fisher Center 60 Manor Ave, Red Hook

chorus By Richard Strauss The American Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Leon Botstein Directed and designed by Christian Räth Considered Strauss’s only true comic opera, this rarely performed work is by turns elegiac and incisively witty. The brilliantly written libretto by Stefan Zweig (loosely based on the Renaissance play by Ben Jonson) features a madcap cast […]

$25

Der Schweigsame Frau

Fisher Center 60 Manor Ave, Red Hook

chorus By Richard Strauss The American Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Leon Botstein Directed and designed by Christian Räth Considered Strauss’s only true comic opera, this rarely performed work is by turns elegiac and incisively witty. The brilliantly written libretto by Stefan Zweig (loosely based on the Renaissance play by Ben Jonson) features a madcap cast […]

$25

Der Schweigsame Frau

Fisher Center 60 Manor Ave, Red Hook

chorus By Richard Strauss The American Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Leon Botstein Directed and designed by Christian Räth Considered Strauss’s only true comic opera, this rarely performed work is by turns elegiac and incisively witty. The brilliantly written libretto by Stefan Zweig (loosely based on the Renaissance play by Ben Jonson) features a madcap cast […]

$25

Der Schweigsame Frau

Fisher Center 60 Manor Ave, Red Hook

chorus By Richard Strauss The American Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Leon Botstein Directed and designed by Christian Räth Considered Strauss’s only true comic opera, this rarely performed work is by turns elegiac and incisively witty. The brilliantly written libretto by Stefan Zweig (loosely based on the Renaissance play by Ben Jonson) features a madcap cast […]

$25

Rachmaninoff’s Vespers

Olin Hall 35 Henderson Cir Dr, Red Hool, New York

Bard Festival Chorale James Bagwell, Conductor The choral traditions of the Russian Orthodox Church remained a profound musical influence on Rachmaninoff throughout his life and he wrote two major sacred works for unaccompanied choir. Program Ten showcases the Bard Festival Chorale’s interpretation of the second: the Vespers (All-Night Vigil). A spiritual work whose resonant a capella sonorities use the full […]

$25

Symphonic Poetry and Spirituality in the Silver Age

Fisher Center 60 Manor Ave, Red Hook

Bard Festival Chorale / James Bagwell, choral director; The Orchestra Now / Leon Botstein, music director Mané Galoyan, soprano; Maya Lahyani, mezzo-soprano; Viktor Antipenko, tenor; Ethan Vincent, baritone; The decades before the Revolution saw a cultural flourishing in Russia, notable for its spiritual and intellectual currents in poetry, painting and music. Program 12 revisits this fruitful […]

$25