New York Virtuoso Singers Concert

I am very pleased to be joining the New York Virtuoso Singers for an amazingly unique and interesting program of contemporary choral music.  Not only we will be singing in English, Latin, German and Portuguese, and some sort of ancient greek, we’ll be accompanied on different pieces by a trombone choir and what is said to be one of the best saxophone quartets in the world, The Raschèr Saxophone Quartet.

In a program of contemporary choral music, the ensemble of singers will only be 12 people, so it should make for a beautiful and intimate sounding of these very complex and intriguing works. Furthermore, the acoustics in the beautiful church where we’re performing are fantastic.  This should prove to be a unique and rare musical experience of the utmost caliber.

The Details:

Music for Choir and Saxophones

January 31, 2010 • 3 PM

St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church, NYC

Pre-concert talk with The Raschèr Saxophone Quartet at 2 PM

For a Google Maps look at the location, click here.

For further information and tickets, visit The New York Virtuoso Singers website.

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