From January through May of 2021, MasterVoices rolled out a brand new four-part digital production of Adam Guettel’s 1998 kaleidoscopic song cycle, Myths and Hymns. A unique hybrid of music, theater, and film, each chapter explores an aspect of faith and longing in a secular world and features the MasterVoices Chorus along with dozens of guest soloists, directors, and visual artists. Myths and Hymns was nominated by the Drama League as one of the season’s best digital concert productions. All four parts are available to watch for free on our YouTube Channel through 6/30/2021.
MasterVoices is seeking excellent, experienced singers in all voice categories. Of particular interest are singers possessing a strong voice with wide range, ability to read music, and flexibility to sing in many styles and musical genres.
Ted Sperling, Artistic Director
Discover the art of musical storytelling at its best. Whether you come for a great choral classic, a rarely heard opera, or a hidden gem from the musical theater, MasterVoices will delight you with its immersive choral sound and interdisciplinary innovations. Led by Tony Award-winning Artistic Director Ted Sperling, our historic 150-member community chorus collaborates with the world’s finest theater, music, dance, fashion, and visual artists.
For Our Supporters
We are thankful for our donors! MasterVoices supporters enjoy donor benefits ranging from invitations to rehearsals to Maestro Circle soirees, recognition in concert programs, and more! MasterVoices also invites patrons to two special events each season. These events allow MasterVoices to continue offering its unique programming and to raise support for its educational activities.
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Elliot Madore and Kelli O'Hara in "Dido and Aeneas"
Since 1999, MasterVoices’ Education and Outreach programs have made a difference in the lives of thousands of New York City students and community members, providing them with exceptional performance opportunities, expanding their musical horizons, and inspiring them to become long-lasting and enthusiastic audience members for the arts.