MasterVoices | Northwell Health Nurse Choir | Ted Sperling, Conductor
Tickets on sale on October 25, 2021
MasterVoices makes a triumphant return to Carnegie Hall in December, with so much more to celebrate than just the holidays!
It’s a live reunion of the MasterVoices Chorus and the supremely diverse talents of guest artists Mikaela Bennett (breakout soprano star from Chicago Lyric’s West Side Story and our own Let ‘Em Eat Cake), 10-time GRAMMY Award-winning gospel group Take 6, and Northwell Health Nurse Choir, fresh from their Top 10 appearance on America’s Got Talent!
The evening’s uplifting program was tailor-made for the moment and for the special talents of the artists at hand – from a full version of Leonard Bernstein’s jazzy Chichester Psalms to a cappella classics, gospel arrangements of traditional favorites, and live reprises of last year’s digital sensations Migratory V and Alleluia, which have received over 85,000 views to date. Check out highlights of the program below for a sense of the jubilant, poignant, and mightily tuneful journey that awaits you!
Rejoice and Sing – John Rutter
Alleluia – Randall Thompson
Migratory V, Jesus, the Mighty Conqueror – from Adam Guettel’s Myths and Hymns)
If We Ever Needed the Lord Before (We Sure Do Need Him Now) – Thomas A. Dorsey
Chichester Psalms – Leonard Bernstein
Hanukkah Medley (Traditional)
You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch (Theodor Seuss Geisel/Albert Hague)
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing (Traditional)
Program subject to change.
Tickets on sale on October 25, 2021 and may be purchased online at carnegiehall.org, by calling CarnegieCharge at 212.247.7800 or in person at Carnegie Hall’s box office at 57th and Seventh Avenue.
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Make a night of it!
Join us for MasterVoices’ Holiday Gala on December 6 following the concert performance in Carnegie Hall.
Season artwork designed by Asia Pietrzyk