What a Weekend!

This past weekend the MasterVoices Chorus sang in two epic wildly contrasting programs: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers in Concert at Radio City Music Hall, and Blind Injustice at Montclair State University.

Juggling such varied repertoire is no small feat but we rose to the challenge, stretched our vocal cords, and had a blast working with new and old friends and collaborators. Read more details below!

Blind Injustice Press:

Read the NYT Article
Read the NJARTS Review


Led by the masterful conductor Maestro Ludwig Wicki, the chorus performed 4 nights to sold-out audiences at Radio City Music Hall, along with Brooklyn Youth Chorus, Orchestra of St. Luke’s and soloist Kaitlyn Lusk.

Across the river in New Jersey, a smaller cadre of the MasterVoices chorus joined forces with Montclair State students to perform in two gripping performances of Blind Injustice, with musical direction by our artistic director, Ted Sperling.

Ready for More?

Check out our upcoming performances: 

To My Arms / Restore

March 22 & 23 at 7:30 pm
NYU Skirball

Doug Varone and Dancers
New York Baroque INC.

Set to a suite of arias by George F. Handel, To My Arms builds a landscape of love and loss, evoking a strange otherworld of intimacy. Restore fuses Handel’s 18th-century choral score Dixit Dominus with beats more commonly heard in clubs around the globe.

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The Grapes of Wrath

April 17 at 7:30 pm
Carnegie Hall

Orchestra of St. Luke’s

Step into the timeless world of The Grapes of Wrath, a literary masterpiece reimagined for operatic theatricality by Ricky Ian Gordon and Michael Korie. Join our stellar ensemble as they embark on the harrowing journey to California, seeking hope amidst adversity.

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