2013-2014 Musica Sacra Season

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Thursday, December 12 & Messiah at Carnegie Hall
Sunday, December 15, 2013
at Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall  8 PM
57th Street at 7th Avenue

Two opportunities to be a part of a New York holiday tradition! Visit our Messiah page for more information on Musica Sacra's 45th and 46th performance of Handel's Messiah.

February 11th Soloists: Mary Phillips, Arthur J. Fiacco and Michael SheetzTuesday, February 11, 2014
Celebrate Valentine's Day with
a Musica Sacra Soir
The Music of Schubert and Brahms
at the home of Hamish Norton

*Miss Phillips appears courtesy of
the Metropolitan Opera

Monday, March 31, 2014Meredith Monk and Jocelyn Hagen for Musica Sacra
Meredith Monk & Jocelyn Hagen

Alice Tully Hall  7:30 PM
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Broadway at 65th Street

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Messages to MyselfMessages to Myself  CD


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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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