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!
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 […]
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 […]