Queer Urban Orchestra: SPELLBOUND Pride Gay-La Concert
Jun
25
8:00pm 8:00pm

Queer Urban Orchestra: SPELLBOUND Pride Gay-La Concert

Queer Urban Orchestra, under the baton of Artistic Director Julie Desbordes presents their SPELLBOUND Concert as the final performance in their Abracadabra: Experience Musical Magic concert season tonight, Saturday, June 25, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. at The Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan, in celebration of National LGBTQ Pride Week. The concert will feature Adler's Piano Concerto in G; Beethoven's Symphony No. 8; Faure's Pelleas et Melisande; and Mendelssohn's Fair Melusina. Featuring James Adler, piano soloist.

For tickets please visit Queer Urban Orchestra's website at http://www.queerurbanorchestra.org/current/.

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Stonewall Chorale: QUEERLY BELOVED Annual LGBTQ Pride Concert
Jun
11
7:30pm 7:30pm

Stonewall Chorale: QUEERLY BELOVED Annual LGBTQ Pride Concert

ECMC friends The Stonewall Chorale will celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month with their annual Pride Concert QUEERLY BELOVED on Saturday, June 11th, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. at the Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan. The concert will feature music by Chris deBlasio, Meredith Monk, and a world premiere by Seth Bedford about the history of Cherry Grove, Fire Island.


About Stonewall Chorale

Based in New York City, the Stonewall Chorale is the nation's first gay and lesbian chorus. Our mission is to enrich people's lives through learning and performing beautiful choral music, and to nurture and celebrate the community we create together. 

The Chorale originated in December 1977 as the Gotham Male Chorus, and specialized in Gregorian Chant and Renaissance music. In 1979, women joined the chorus for the first time, and the name was changed to Stonewall Chorale, the nation’s first Lesbian and Gay chorus.

Today, Cynthia Powell leads us as our Artistic Director and we typically perform three concerts each year and make appearances at special events throughout the tri-state area.

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Queer Urban Orchestra: ALAKAZAM! Spring Concert
Apr
16
8:00pm 8:00pm

Queer Urban Orchestra: ALAKAZAM! Spring Concert

 

Queer Urban Orchestra, under the baton of Artistic Director Julie Desbordes presents their ALAKAZAM! Concert as part of their Abracadabra: Experience Musical Magic concert season on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. at The Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan. The concert will feature Adler's Piano Concerto in G; Beethoven's Symphony No. 8; Faure's Pelleas et Melisande; and Mendelssohn's Fair Melusina. Featuring James Adler, piano soloist.

For tickets please visit Queer Urban Orchestra's website at http://www.queerurbanorchestra.org/current/.

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Stonewall Chorale: IN PARADISUM Concert
Apr
9
7:30pm 7:30pm

Stonewall Chorale: IN PARADISUM Concert

ECMC friends The Stonewall Chorale will celebrate the arrival of spring with their IN PARADISUM Concert on Saturday, April 9th, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. at the Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan. The concert will feature Maurice Duruflé's Requiem, and motets by Duruflé and Messiaen.


About Stonewall Chorale

Based in New York City, the Stonewall Chorale is the nation's first gay and lesbian chorus. Our mission is to enrich people's lives through learning and performing beautiful choral music, and to nurture and celebrate the community we create together. 

The Chorale originated in December 1977 as the Gotham Male Chorus, and specialized in Gregorian Chant and Renaissance music. In 1979, women joined the chorus for the first time, and the name was changed to Stonewall Chorale, the nation’s first Lesbian and Gay chorus.

Today, Cynthia Powell leads us as our Artistic Director and we typically perform three concerts each year and make appearances at special events throughout the tri-state area.

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Queer Urban Orchestra: PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert
Dec
20
4:00pm 4:00pm

Queer Urban Orchestra: PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert

Queer Urban Orchestra, under the baton of Artistic Director Julie Desbordes presents their PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert as part of their Abracadabra: Experience Musical Magic concert season on Saturday December 19, 8:00 PM and Sunday December 20, 4:00 PM at The Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan. The concert will feature Mozart's Overture to the Magic Flute; Symphony No. 41; and Sleigh Ride, and Ravel's Mother Goose Suite. The concert will also feature guest artist Aaron Patterson, alto saxophone, winner of QUO’s 2nd Concerto Competition. performing Decruck’s Sonate en C# Mineur pour saxophone alto et orchestre.

For tickets please visit Queer Urban Orchestra's website at http://www.queerurbanorchestra.org/current/.


About Queer Urban Orchestra

The Queer Urban Orchestra (QUO) is a musical organization dedicated to the promotion of fine arts in the New York City metropolitan area whose membership is open to all adult musicians regardless of age, race, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. QUO strives to entertain and educate members and audiences alike through performances of classical and contemporary music, promoting equality, understanding, acceptance, and respect.

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Cantori New York: A CANTORI HOLIDAY
Dec
20
2:00pm 2:00pm

Cantori New York: A CANTORI HOLIDAY

Cantori New York continues its 31st concert season with A CANTORI HOLIDAY, its annual crowd-pleaser of a concert series. Join Cantori New York as they celebrate the holiday season with carols, classics from beloved musicals and new arrangements of Hanukkah favorites. We tour Europe with carols both well-known and obscure, showcase America’s classic offerings and introduce new traditions by Cantori’s own members.  

Saturday, December 19, 2015, 5:00 p.m.
Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson St., New York City

Sunday, December 20, 2015, 2:00 p.m.
Venue TBD.


bout Cantori New York

Praised by the New York Times for its “spirit of exploration” and qualities of “virtuosity and assurance”, Cantori New York feted its 30th year in 2014, always faithful to its mission of presenting new compositions as well as neglected works that deserve the public’s attention and appreciation. Three-time winner of ASCAP's “Adventurous Programming” prize in recognition of its audacious repertoire, Cantori New York has acquired a solid reputation as an accomplished and innovative vocal ensemble. www.cantorinewyork.org

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Queer Urban Orchestra: PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert
Dec
19
8:00pm 8:00pm

Queer Urban Orchestra: PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert

 

Queer Urban Orchestra, under the baton of Artistic Director Julie Desbordes presents their PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert as part of their Abracadabra: Experience Musical Magic concert season on Saturday December 19, 8:00 PM and Sunday December 20, 4:00 PM at The Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan. The concert will feature Mozart's Overture to the Magic Flute; Symphony No. 41; and Sleigh Ride, and Ravel's Mother Goose Suite. The concert will also feature guest artist Aaron Patterson, alto saxophone, winner of QUO’s 2nd Concerto Competition. performing Decruck’s Sonate en C# Mineur pour saxophone alto et orchestre.

For tickets please visit Queer Urban Orchestra's website at http://www.queerurbanorchestra.org/current/.

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Queer Urban Orchestra: PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert
Dec
19
8:00pm 8:00pm

Queer Urban Orchestra: PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert

Queer Urban Orchestra, under the baton of Artistic Director Julie Desbordes presents their PRESTO CHANGE-O! Winter Concert as part of their Abracadabra: Experience Musical Magic concert season on Saturday December 19, 8:00 PM and Sunday December 20, 4:00 PM at The Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan. The concert will feature Mozart's Overture to the Magic Flute; Symphony No. 41; and Sleigh Ride, and Ravel's Mother Goose Suite. The concert will also feature guest artist Aaron Patterson, alto saxophone, winner of QUO’s 2nd Concerto Competition. performing Decruck’s Sonate en C# Mineur pour saxophone alto et orchestre.

For tickets please visit Queer Urban Orchestra's website at http://www.queerurbanorchestra.org/current/.


About Queer Urban Orchestra

The Queer Urban Orchestra (QUO) is a musical organization dedicated to the promotion of fine arts in the New York City metropolitan area whose membership is open to all adult musicians regardless of age, race, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. QUO strives to entertain and educate members and audiences alike through performances of classical and contemporary music, promoting equality, understanding, acceptance, and respect.

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Cantori New York: A CANTORI HOLIDAY Concert Series
Dec
19
5:00pm 5:00pm

Cantori New York: A CANTORI HOLIDAY Concert Series

Cantori New York continues its 31st concert season with A CANTORI HOLIDAY, its annual crowd-pleaser of a concert series. Join Cantori New York as they celebrate the holiday season with carols, classics from beloved musicals and new arrangements of Hanukkah favorites. We tour Europe with carols both well-known and obscure, showcase America’s classic offerings and introduce new traditions by Cantori’s own members.  

Saturday, December 19, 2015, 5:00 p.m.
Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson St., New York City

Sunday, December 20, 2015, 2:00 p.m.
Venue TBD.


bout Cantori New York

Praised by the New York Times for its “spirit of exploration” and qualities of “virtuosity and assurance”, Cantori New York feted its 30th year in 2014, always faithful to its mission of presenting new compositions as well as neglected works that deserve the public’s attention and appreciation. Three-time winner of ASCAP's “Adventurous Programming” prize in recognition of its audacious repertoire, Cantori New York has acquired a solid reputation as an accomplished and innovative vocal ensemble. www.cantorinewyork.org

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Chameleonic: WAKEFUL & WINTRY Holiday Concert
Dec
14
7:30pm 7:30pm

Chameleonic: WAKEFUL & WINTRY Holiday Concert

ECMC friends Chameleonic will present their WAKEFUL & WINTRY Holiday Concert Series  on Monday, December 14th, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

Just as Spring looks different through Vivaldi's eyes than it does through Stravinsky's, the winter holidays look different in beautiful New York City than they do anywhere else. A metropolitan Christmas is a special one that can't be compared. The vast and sleepless city of eight million changes its air and becomes a little more caring, a little more loving and a little more personal than at other times. From the echoing halls and corridors of Manhattan, in the rush of day or lit up at night, any moment is a New York Moment at Christmas. This momentariness is captured eloquently and equally in the music of Bach, Mathias, Sondheim, Corigliano, Billings and more.

For tickets, please visit Chameleonic's website at http://www.chameleonicnyc.org/current-season.html


About Chameleonic

People Music: For the People, By the People.

Chameleonic, now in its fourth season, was founded in 2012 by Vince Peterson and several members of the celebrated NYC-based vocal ensemble, Choral Chameleon.  Our purpose is to challenge the traditional boundaries of choral music concert programming, and to cultivate the most style-savvy and technically sound singers, and to use the music of human voices as a vehicle for social justice and healing in the world.  

Our 30-40 auditioned, volunteer members represent all five boroughs of New York City and a joyful tapestry of cultures and musical backgrounds from theatre, to opera, to contemporary, popular, and obscure sensibilities.  The choir is often co-led through the rehearsal and performance process by Vince Peterson in tandem with other professional musicians from the Choral Chameleon roster who sing, conduct, play, write, arrange, and administer - all on a volunteer basis.  

Chameleonic singers are some of the most open-minded in the City. We're very open to trying new things. Our members are used to performing in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, have been hired for the UpFronts for The Weather Channel and as a pop-up choir for Oreos. We've featured in off-Broadway productions of 'The Events' at New York Theater Workshop and 'The Christians' at Playwrights Horizons.  Dare us try anything and we'll probably say yes. Drop us a line!

Within our own family, we have also presented concerts jointly with Choral Chameleon and collaborated with the The Empire City Men's Chorus and the choir of St Paul's Carroll Street in the March 2015 Choral Chameleon production of the US Premiere of Roxanna Panufnik's innovative and theatrical piece, "Dance of Life -Tallinn Mass" at the DiMenna Center.

In Summer 2015, Chameleonic hosted it's very first Summer Sing in Brooklyn - we invited New York's choral community to let off some steam away from all the Requiems and Magnificats with a lively sight-sing of Misa Criolla by Ariel Ramirez. Click on our Facebook link and you'll find some video of it.

Choral Chameleon, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit which manages The Choral Chameleon professional vocal ensemble, Chameleonic and The Choral Chameleon Summer Institute (for composers and conductors of choral music). 

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Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps Symphonic Band: HOLIDAY THEATER
Dec
12
8:00pm 8:00pm

Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps Symphonic Band: HOLIDAY THEATER

 

 

The Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps Symphonic Band, under the direction of Kelly Watkins, Artistic Director will present their concert HOLIDAY THEATER on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. at Symphony Space on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The concert will feature memorable music from your favorite films and other delectable holiday treats, along with special guest will be Carol Jantsch, Principal Tuba of the Philadelphia Orchestra, performing Bruce Broughton’s magnificent Concerto for Tuba and Winds.

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Chameleonic: WAKEFUL & WINTRY Holiday Concert
Dec
12
3:00pm 3:00pm

Chameleonic: WAKEFUL & WINTRY Holiday Concert

ECMC friends Chameleonic will present their WAKEFUL & WINTRY Holiday Concert Series  on Saturday, December 12th, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. at the Church of St. Luke-in-the-Fields and on Monday, December 14th, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

Just as Spring looks different through Vivaldi's eyes than it does through Stravinsky's, the winter holidays look different in beautiful New York City than they do anywhere else. A metropolitan Christmas is a special one that can't be compared. The vast and sleepless city of eight million changes its air and becomes a little more caring, a little more loving and a little more personal than at other times. From the echoing halls and corridors of Manhattan, in the rush of day or lit up at night, any moment is a New York Moment at Christmas. This momentariness is captured eloquently and equally in the music of Bach, Mathias, Sondheim, Corigliano, Billings and more.

For tickets, please visit Chameleonic's website at http://www.chameleonicnyc.org/current-season.html


About Chameleonic

People Music: For the People, By the People.

Chameleonic, now in its fourth season, was founded in 2012 by Vince Peterson and several members of the celebrated NYC-based vocal ensemble, Choral Chameleon.  Our purpose is to challenge the traditional boundaries of choral music concert programming, and to cultivate the most style-savvy and technically sound singers, and to use the music of human voices as a vehicle for social justice and healing in the world.  

Our 30-40 auditioned, volunteer members represent all five boroughs of New York City and a joyful tapestry of cultures and musical backgrounds from theatre, to opera, to contemporary, popular, and obscure sensibilities.  The choir is often co-led through the rehearsal and performance process by Vince Peterson in tandem with other professional musicians from the Choral Chameleon roster who sing, conduct, play, write, arrange, and administer - all on a volunteer basis.  

Chameleonic singers are some of the most open-minded in the City. We're very open to trying new things. Our members are used to performing in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, have been hired for the UpFronts for The Weather Channel and as a pop-up choir for Oreos. We've featured in off-Broadway productions of 'The Events' at New York Theater Workshop and 'The Christians' at Playwrights Horizons.  Dare us try anything and we'll probably say yes. Drop us a line!

Within our own family, we have also presented concerts jointly with Choral Chameleon and collaborated with the The Empire City Men's Chorus and the choir of St Paul's Carroll Street in the March 2015 Choral Chameleon production of the US Premiere of Roxanna Panufnik's innovative and theatrical piece, "Dance of Life -Tallinn Mass" at the DiMenna Center.

In Summer 2015, Chameleonic hosted it's very first Summer Sing in Brooklyn - we invited New York's choral community to let off some steam away from all the Requiems and Magnificats with a lively sight-sing of Misa Criolla by Ariel Ramirez. Click on our Facebook link and you'll find some video of it.

Choral Chameleon, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit which manages The Choral Chameleon professional vocal ensemble, Chameleonic and The Choral Chameleon Summer Institute (for composers and conductors of choral music). 

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NYC Master Chorale: THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM Concert
Dec
11
8:00pm 8:00pm

NYC Master Chorale: THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM Concert

NYC Master Chorale, under the direction of Founder and Artistic Director Thea Kano, will present their winter concert, THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM, featuring Rheinberger's Der Stern von Bethlehem and other favorite holiday carols this evening, Friday, December 11 2015 at 8:00 p.m at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Special guests will include Reaching for the Arts Youth Choir.

For tickets, please visit https://www.artful.ly/store/events/6879.


About NYC Master Chorale

The mission of the New York City Master Chorale is to make a significant statement for choral excellence. To this end, the Chorale, which consists of trained musicians from the greater New York City area, broadens public interest in fine choral music by performing a full range of musical styles at the highest level of quality. The Chorale also educates the public through a regular program of outreach concerts and workshops for groups that might not otherwise have the opportunity to learn about and experience choral music.

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Stonewall Chorale: DECEMBER SUNRISE Concert
Dec
5
7:30pm 7:30pm

Stonewall Chorale: DECEMBER SUNRISE Concert

ECMC friends the Stonewall Chorale will present their winter concert DECEMBER SUNRISE on Saturday, December 5th, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan. The concert will feature Sunrise Mass by the internationally renown Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo, settings of seasonal music by Howells, Bassi, Culloton and Lauridsen, and a special homage to Georgy Sviridov on the 100th anniversary of his birth. The concert will feature accompaniment with full orchestra.


About Stonewall Chorale

Based in New York City, the Stonewall Chorale is the nation's first gay and lesbian chorus. Our mission is to enrich people's lives through learning and performing beautiful choral music, and to nurture and celebrate the community we create together. 

The Chorale originated in December 1977 as the Gotham Male Chorus, and specialized in Gregorian Chant and Renaissance music. In 1979, women joined the chorus for the first time, and the name was changed to Stonewall Chorale, the nation’s first Lesbian and Gay chorus.

Today, Cynthia Powell leads us as our Artistic Director and we typically perform three concerts each year and make appearances at special events throughout the tri-state area.

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Sirens of Gotham: Winter Gala
Dec
3
7:30pm 7:30pm

Sirens of Gotham: Winter Gala

Empire City Men's Chorus friends Sirens of Gotham (Sarah Clay, Artistic Director) will present their holiday Winter Gala Thursday, December 3rd, at the Sixth Floor Loft from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. The Siren's Winter Gala will be a cabaret variety show featuring small group and quartet performances by the Sirens, as well as special guests from their brother chorus Voices of Gotham, and other unique variety acts; along with bespoke cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. The evening's cocktail party, soirée atmosphere, hearkening back to the speakeasy era, will give guests the opportunity to enjoy barbershop and a cappella harmony without the formality of a traditional show, while also celebrating the spirit of the season. For tickets, please visit the Sirens' website at www.sirensofgotham.org.


About Sirens of Gotham

Performing right in the heart of Manhattan, Sirens of Gotham is a fresh take on women's a cappella music. They perform various genres ranging from classic standards and music theatre to contemporary pop. New to the choral scene, Sirens have accomplished much since their establishment in November of 2011. In February 2013, they became chartered members of the world's largest music education organization for women, Sweet Adelines International. Since then, they have become the 2015 SAI Region 15 Division A Champions (Second Place 2013 and 2014), placed Third in the 2015 New York Harmony Sweepstakes, appeared on television, performed in various venues, produced their own show, Gotham Follies, and hosted the successful soiree fundraiser La Nuit Rouge. Sirens harmonize weekly to prepare for performances throughout the New York City area. To book Sirens of Gotham for your next corporate or social event, please contact info@sirensofgotham.org.

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Melodia Women's Choir: ¡ALEGRÍA! FESTIVE SONGS FROM LATIN AMERICA Concert
Nov
22
3:00pm 3:00pm

Melodia Women's Choir: ¡ALEGRÍA! FESTIVE SONGS FROM LATIN AMERICA Concert

Melodia Women's Choir, under the direction Cynthia Powell, Artistic Director, will present ¡ALEGRÍA! a concert series of festive songs from Latin America to welcome the holidays on Saturday, November 21, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 22, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. The series will feature Conrad Susa’s Carols and Lullabies of the American Southwest, and works by Francisco Nuñez, César Alejandro Carrillo, Bob Chilcott and more. Special guests include Vox Nova Girls Choir of the Kaufman Music Center Special Music School, Emily John, conductor; along with Taisiya Pushkar, piano; Elaine Christy, harp; Samantha Wells, guitar; and Ingrid Gordon, marimba.

Click the links below to purchase tickets from Brown Paper Tickets' website:

Sunday, November 22, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
West End Collegiate Church
245 West 77th Street

About Melodia Women's Choir

Founded by Jenny Clarke, Executive Director, in 2003, Melodia Women's Choir is a fresh voice on the New York choral scene. An ensemble of 32 singers, Melodia explores and performs rarely heard music for women’s voices in many different styles, and nurtures emerging women composers through commissions, residencies and performances. Under the direction of Cynthia Powell, founding conductor and Artistic Director, Melodia has performed at Symphony Space, Merkin Concert Hall, Church of Saint Ignatius Loyola in collaboration with Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, and the Surrogate’s Courthouse as guest artists at Women History Month Celebrations for the NYC Comptroller.

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C4: November 2015 Vocal Concerts
Nov
21
8:00pm 8:00pm

C4: November 2015 Vocal Concerts

  • Church of St. Luke in the Fields (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

C4 Choral Composer/Conductor Collective will be holding their upcoming vocal ensemble concerts on Thursday, November 19th and Saturday, November 21, 2015. The concert series will honor C4's foundations in a cappella music created by composers of our time.

FEATURING
Donald Crockett Daglarym – My Mountains
Bruce Saylor – The Spheres at Play
Jonathan David (C4 Alum) – Te Lucis Ante Terminum

PLUS PREMIERES AND ENCORE PERFORMANCES OF WORKS BY
William Bolcom, Michael Dellaira, Mario Gullo (C4), David Hurd, Jon Olmstead, Joseph N. Rubinstein (C4), and Bettina Sheppard (C4).

Click the links below for tickets!

Thursday, November 19 @ 8:00 p.m.
Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th Street (btw. 5th and Madison)

Saturday, November 21 @ 8:00 p.m.
The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street (so. of Christopher St.)


About C4

C4 is a unique, award winning chorus that is directed and operated collectively by its singing members, functioning not only as a presenting ensemble in its own right but also as an ongoing workshop and recital chorus for the emerging composers and conductors who form the core of the group. It is the first organization of its kind and one of the few choral groups in the nation to focus exclusively on the music of our time, performing only music written in the last twenty-five years. www.c4ensemble.org

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Melodia Women's Choir: ¡ALEGRÍA! FESTIVE SONGS FROM LATIN AMERICA Concert
Nov
21
7:30pm 7:30pm

Melodia Women's Choir: ¡ALEGRÍA! FESTIVE SONGS FROM LATIN AMERICA Concert

Melodia Women's Choir, under the direction Cynthia Powell, Artistic Director, will present ¡ALEGRÍA! a concert series of festive songs from Latin America to welcome the holidays on Saturday, November 21, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 22, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. The series will feature Conrad Susa’s Carols and Lullabies of the American Southwest, and works by Francisco Nuñez, César Alejandro Carrillo, Bob Chilcott and more. Special guests include Vox Nova Girls Choir of the Kaufman Music Center Special Music School, Emily John, conductor; along with Taisiya Pushkar, piano; Elaine Christy, harp; Samantha Wells, guitar; and Ingrid Gordon, marimba.

Click the links below to purchase tickets from Brown Paper Tickets' website:

Saturday, November 21, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
Holy Apostles Church, NYC
296 Ninth Avenue

Sunday, November 22, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
West End Collegiate Church
245 West 77th Street

About Melodia Women's Choir

Founded by Jenny Clarke, Executive Director, in 2003, Melodia Women's Choir is a fresh voice on the New York choral scene. An ensemble of 32 singers, Melodia explores and performs rarely heard music for women’s voices in many different styles, and nurtures emerging women composers through commissions, residencies and performances. Under the direction of Cynthia Powell, founding conductor and Artistic Director, Melodia has performed at Symphony Space, Merkin Concert Hall, Church of Saint Ignatius Loyola in collaboration with Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, and the Surrogate’s Courthouse as guest artists at Women History Month Celebrations for the NYC Comptroller.

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C4: November 2015 Vocal Concerts
Nov
19
to Nov 21

C4: November 2015 Vocal Concerts

  • Church of the Transfiguration (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

C4 Choral Composer/Conductor Collective will be holding their upcoming vocal ensemble concerts on Thursday, November 19th and Saturday, November 21, 2015. The concert series will honor C4's foundations in a cappella music created by composers of our time.

FEATURING
Donald Crockett Daglarym – My Mountains
Bruce Saylor – The Spheres at Play
Jonathan David (C4 Alum) – Te Lucis Ante Terminum

PLUS PREMIERES AND ENCORE PERFORMANCES OF WORKS BY
William Bolcom, Michael Dellaira, Mario Gullo (C4), David Hurd, Jon Olmstead, Joseph N. Rubinstein (C4), and Bettina Sheppard (C4).

Click the links below for tickets!

Thursday, November 19 @ 8:00 p.m.
Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th Street (btw. 5th and Madison)

Saturday, November 21 @ 8:00 p.m.
The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street (so. of Christopher St.)


About C4

C4 is a unique, award winning chorus that is directed and operated collectively by its singing members, functioning not only as a presenting ensemble in its own right but also as an ongoing workshop and recital chorus for the emerging composers and conductors who form the core of the group. It is the first organization of its kind and one of the few choral groups in the nation to focus exclusively on the music of our time, performing only music written in the last twenty-five years. www.c4ensemble.org

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Choral Chameleon: Tempus – The Time of Art & Concord
Nov
16
7:30pm 7:30pm

Choral Chameleon: Tempus – The Time of Art & Concord

Adventures of Cow, composed by Rob Mosher, from Choral Chameleon's STORYTIME: PART TWO Concert Series (May 2015), based on the children's book Adventures of Cow by longtime ECMC member Marshall Taylor.

ECMC friends Choral Chameleon (Vince Peterson, Artistic Director; 2015 ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming) will hold their annual benefit concert and reception TEMPUS – THE TIME OF ART & CONCORD on Monday, November 16 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn in support of their first studio album recording in 2016. The concert program includes music by Britten, Fine, Chatman, and Cyndi Lauper.

For tickets, please visit http://www.choralchameleon.com/2015---2016-season.html


About Choral Chameleon

WINNER: 2015 ASCAP/CHORUS AMERICA AWARD FOR ADVENTUROUS PROGRAMMING

Choral Chameleon is changing the way people experience ensemble singing. We...
...make fun, diverse and challenging music experiences for today's audiences.
...collaborate with lots of people who don't normally work with choirs.
...love to put choral music in the last place you'd expect it.
...love emerging composers and conductors and...
...are focused on the future of this art form by caring for them.
...are pretty nice people, considering we're New Yorkers.

Learn more about Choral Chameleon at their website, www.choralchameleon.com.

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Cerddorion: FITFUL FLAME – MUSIC OF LOVE & WAR Concert Series
Nov
15
3:00pm 3:00pm

Cerddorion: FITFUL FLAME – MUSIC OF LOVE & WAR Concert Series

Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble will perform works that explore the depth and volatility of human passion in its FITFUL FLAME – MUSIC OF LOVE & WAR Concert Series, including madrigals by Carlo Gesualdo and Thomas Tomkins; Clément Janequin’s La Guerre; and Jeffrey Van’s setting of four Civil War poems by Walt Whitman, A Procession Winding Around Me, for chorus and guitar.

Click the links below for tickets via the Cerddorion website!

Friday, November 13th, 8:00 pm
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
199 Carroll Street, Brooklyn

Sunday, November 15th, 3:00 pm
St. Ignatius of Antioch
West End Ave & 87th St, Manhattan

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Cantori New York: THE VALLEY OF DELIGHT Concert
Nov
14
8:00pm 8:00pm

Cantori New York: THE VALLEY OF DELIGHT Concert

Utopia by Andréia Bohner (via Flickr, CC-BY-20 Unported license)


Utopia by Andréia Bohner (via Flickr, CC-BY-20 Unported license)

Cantori New York opens its 31st concert season with THE VALLEY OF DELIGHT, a triptych of utopian and dystopian visions. The Valley of Delight: Three Utopian Fragments (2012) by Paul Crabtree offers three Shaker depictions of the promised land. Siegfried Thiele explores Da Vinci’s cataclysmic prophecies in Prophezeiungen (1987) and we revisit to Charles Fourier’s social ideal with The New Amorous World (2014) by Lembit Beecher.

Saturday, November 14, 2015, 8:00 p.m.
Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson St., New York City

Click here to purchase tickets via Cantori New York's website.


About Cantori New York

Praised by the New York Times for its “spirit of exploration” and qualities of “virtuosity and assurance”, Cantori New York feted its 30th year in 2014, always faithful to its mission of presenting new compositions as well as neglected works that deserve the public’s attention and appreciation. Three-time winner of ASCAP's “Adventurous Programming” prize in recognition of its audacious repertoire, Cantori New York has acquired a solid reputation as an accomplished and innovative vocal ensemble. www.cantorinewyork.org

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Cerddorion: FITFUL FLAME – MUSIC OF LOVE & WAR Concert Series
Nov
13
8:00pm 8:00pm

Cerddorion: FITFUL FLAME – MUSIC OF LOVE & WAR Concert Series

Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble will perform works that explore the depth and volatility of human passion in its FITFUL FLAME – MUSIC OF LOVE & WAR Concert Series, including madrigals by Carlo Gesualdo and Thomas Tomkins; Clément Janequin’s La Guerre; and Jeffrey Van’s setting of four Civil War poems by Walt Whitman, A Procession Winding Around Me, for chorus and guitar.

Click the links below for tickets via the Cerddorion website!

Friday, November 13th, 8:00 pm
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
199 Carroll Street, Brooklyn

Sunday, November 15th, 3:00 pm
St. Ignatius of Antioch
West End Ave & 87th St, Manhattan


About Cerddorion

Now in its twenty-first season, Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble is one of New York’s most highly regarded volunteer choral ensembles. A chamber group of twenty-eight mixed voices, Cerddorion is known for its eclectic repertoire, encompassing music from the Renaissance to the contemporary. Audiences have come to appreciate the group’s interpretive depth and technical excellence in many styles. Cerddorion has also frequently commissioned new works by such composers as Paul Moravec, David Schober, Lisa Bielawa, David Lang, Elliot Z. Levine, Robert Dennis, and Julie Dolphin. www.ceddorion.org

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Ghostlight Chorus: MISSA – Sacred Choral Works from the Renaissance
Nov
8
4:30pm 4:30pm

Ghostlight Chorus: MISSA – Sacred Choral Works from the Renaissance

Ghostlight Chorus, under the direction of Founder and Artistic Director Evelyn Troester DeGraf, will present MISSA, will feature sacred works from the renaissance, including Victoria's Kyrie, Brumel's Gloria, Byrd's Agnus Dei and more tomorrow afternoon, Sunday, November 8th at 4:30 p.m. at the Church of St. Luke in the Fields in Manhattan. For tickets, visit Ghostlight's website at http://www.ghostlightchorus.com/concerts.

Please click the YouTube link above to watch Ghostlight's performance at the 14th International Chamber Choir Competition Marktoberdorf in May 2015.

About Ghostlight Chorus

Ghostlight is an elite chamber choir that maintains a rigorous calendar of performances and showcases its varied repertoire of sacred and secular a cappella choral compositions from the 16th to the 21st centuries. Founded in 2010 by artistic director Evelyn Troester DeGraf, the chamber ensemble is made up of singers who work to achieve superior musicality, intonation, and choral blend through highly skilled vocal aptitude and musicianship. www.ghostlightchorus.com

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Queer Urban Orchestra: WITCHES & WARLOCKS Fall Concert
Nov
1
4:00pm 4:00pm

Queer Urban Orchestra: WITCHES & WARLOCKS Fall Concert

Queer Urban Orchestra, under the baton of Artistic Director Julie Desbordes presents their WITCHES & WARLOCKS Fall Concert as part of their Abracadabra: Experience Musical Magic concert season on Sunday, November 1 at 4:00 PM at The Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan. The concert will feature: Dukas' Sorcerer’s Apprentice; Villa-Lobos' Uiarupù; Saint-Saens' Danse Macabre; and Haydn's Symphony No. 93.

For tickets please visit Queer Urban Orchestra's website at http://www.queerurbanorchestra.org/current/.

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Stonewall Chorale: HALLOWEEN AT HOGWARTS Scare-baret
Oct
29
6:30pm 6:30pm

Stonewall Chorale: HALLOWEEN AT HOGWARTS Scare-baret

ECMC friends The Stonewall Chorale will present their Halloween-themed cabaret benefit HALLOWEEN AT HOGWARTS tonight, Thursday, October 29 at 6:30 pm. The "scare-baret" will benefit the Stonewall Chorale, and will include intoxicating (and non-) libations while noshing on devilish delights; the ability to indulge your covetousness with compellingly desirable raffle Items; along with the unholy thrill of performances by the Stonewall Chorale and its many disturbingly entertaining members, all at the temporarily haunted Judson Memorial Church. Muggle attire accepted, magical attire encouraged! For tickets, visit the Stonewall Chorale website at www.stonewallchorale.org.


About Stonewall Chorale

Based in New York City, the Stonewall Chorale is the nation's first gay and lesbian chorus. Our mission is to enrich people's lives through learning and performing beautiful choral music, and to nurture and celebrate the community we create together. 

The Chorale originated in December 1977 as the Gotham Male Chorus, and specialized in Gregorian Chant and Renaissance music. In 1979, women joined the chorus for the first time, and the name was changed to Stonewall Chorale, the nation’s first Lesbian and Gay chorus.

Today, Cynthia Powell leads us as our Artistic Director and we typically perform three concerts each year and make appearances at special events throughout the tri-state area.

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Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band: Halloween Costume Parade and Party
Oct
25
1:00pm 1:00pm

Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band: Halloween Costume Parade and Party

The Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps will perform as part of Washington Market Park's Annual Halloween Party and Costume Parade on Sunday, October 25th, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The parade is the park’s longest running event, and it is one of the highlights of the year for Tribeca children. Inside the park, Friends of Washington Market Park volunteers run a dozen free events, from penny-in-a-haystack to a bone dig in the sandbox, and a hay circle on the lawn.

The Friends of Washington Market Park Annual Halloween Costume Parade and Party
Sunday, October 25, 2015
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

PLEASE NOTE: Strollers are not be permitted in the park during the event. For your convenience, a free stroller-check will be available at Duane and Greenwich streets, run by our Friends board volunteers.

PARADE: The parade line-up begins at 12:45pm near CitiGroup Plaza (Greenwich Street at N. Moore Street). The parade travels south along Greenwich Street to the park.

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Queer Urban Orchestra: Pride Month QUOtets Chamber Concert
Jun
20
8:00pm 8:00pm

Queer Urban Orchestra: Pride Month QUOtets Chamber Concert

Empire City Men's Chorus friends Queer Urban Orchestra (Guest Artists, ECMC's i Divi Concert Series) conclude their 2014-2015 Season Music that Leaps Off the Page tonight with LGBTQ Pride Month Chamber Concert, featuring chamber music performed by the QUO membership. For tickets and a program listing, please visit the Queer Urban Orchestra website at www.queerurbanorchestra.org.

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