O How Good

March 23, 2023 at 7:30PM | Central Synagogue

Join us for a spiritually inclusive, gratitude-themed concert featuring Ernest Bloch’s SACRED SERVICE and Kurt Weill’s KIDDUSH, as well as the world premiere of a newly commissioned piece by Jerusalem-born composer Daniel Rein.

Songs for a Summer Night

June 8, 2022 at 7:00PM | Waterline Square Park

This effervescent evening is designed to delight your senses – think balmy breezes, atmospheric surroundings, and a lush score that brings the sounds of summer to life. From the fairy forests of Felix Mendelssohn to the porch swings of Samuel Barber, this outdoor serenade will feature the MasterVoices Chorus and Orchestra of St. Luke’s, with vocalists Shereen Pimentel and Tariq Al-Sabir

A Joyful Noise

December 6, 2021 at 7:30PM | CARNEGIE HALL

Under the baton of Tony Award®-winning Artistic Director Ted Sperling, you can always expect surprise and delight.  With new arrangements of old holiday favorites, forgotten gems, and selections from multiple traditions, the evening will be a joyful return to live performance. Guest artists Mikaela Bennett and Take 6 join the MasterVoices Chorus to celebrate the holiday season, and to offer thanks to all who kept New York City going during the difficult pandemic hiatus.

Handel’s Messiah

December 8, 2018 at 8:00PM | Basilica of Saint John the Evangelist, Stamford, CT

Presented by Stamford Symphony

MasterVoices makes its inaugural appearance with the Stamford Symphony in a performance of Part I and the “Hallelujah” Chorus (Part II) of Handel’s Messiah, conducted by Ted Sperling.

Night Songs & Love Waltzes

March 1, 2019 at 8:00PM | Alice Tully Hall - Lincoln Center

Welcome to the intimate art of the part-song, a popular form of 19th century harmony most often sung around a loved one’s parlor piano. Night Songs and Love Waltzes showcases three compositional masters of this lost tradition – Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, and Johannes Brahms – as well as brand new music from contemporary composer Ricky Ian Gordon. The evening will conclude with a specially arranged suite of waltzes from Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music. What better way to embrace the coming spring than with this joyous and romantic celebration of shared song?