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Wednesday, October 21, 2015, 7:30 PM
St. John the Divine
Musica Sacra presents a program of a cappella choral music, including Spem in Alium, Thomas Tallis's forty-part motet; Richard Strauss's Deutsche Motette; Anton Bruckner's Os Justi; An America Kedusha by the American composer and conductor Alice Parker, with her arrangements of early American music; New York composer Robert Convery's The Lamb; and Randall Thompson's Alleluia.
Tuesday, December 22, 2015, 7:30 PM
Musica Sacra's chorus and orchestra returns to Carnegie Hall for its 77th performance of Handel's Messiah, a much anticipated annual holiday tradition. Soloists to be announced.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016, 7:30 PM
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
Continuing its commitment to new choral music, Musica Sacra's final concert pairs Mozart's Solemn Vespers, K. 339 with a newly commissioned work by American composer Evan Fein: Deborah, an oratorio exploring the Biblical character drawn from the Book of Judges. The performance and commission are made possible by the Tikkun Olam Foundation.
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New! Robert Paterson Recording
On March 4, 2015, Musica Sacra will release its second recording under the direction of Kent Tritle: an album of vocal works by Robert Paterson, the award-winning composer and founder of the American Modern Ensemble, that includes eight works, including Lux Aeterna, which was written expressly for Musica Sacra and will receive its world première on March 4, 2015, at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. Click here to learn more
Messages to Myself CD
MUSICA SACRA has a long history of releasing recordings to further the mission of sharing the finest choral music to the widest range of listeners possible. Most recently, MUSICA SACRA released a new studio recording entitled Messages to Myself featuring contemporary works for a cappella chorus. It was recorded in 2011 at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music and is released on the independent classical label MSR Classics. It marks Musica Sacra’s first commercial release since 1993 and its first under the direction of Kent Tritle as Music Director and Conductor. The album for a cappella chorus features works composed exclusively in the last twenty-five years and includes commissions by Musica Sacra of compositions of composers Daniel Brewbaker and Michael Gilbertson.
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