Our annual Spring Benefit is approaching. Please click here to join us on May 25th at the Jue Lan Club at the Limelight for an evening of delicious food and wonderful company in support of our most important fund-raising event of the year. 


The Depth of this Quiet
(World premiere)

We end the season with Alice Ping Yee Ho’s new work, The Depth of this Quiet, which explores the poetry of Carole Glasser Langille with a daring combination of Eastern and Western instruments: pipa, guzheng, flute, violin, viola and cello. Rounding out the program is Gustav Holst’s Six Choral Folksongs.

Cantori New York gratefully acknowledges Toronto Arts council for supporting the commission of Ms. Ho’s piece. 

 

Saturday, May 20, 2017, 8:00 p.m.
&
Sunday, May 21, 2017, 3:00 p.m.

Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street, New York City


Voices from the Shadows  November 11th & 12th, 2017
Ich aber bin Elend by Johannes Brahms
Tom O’Bedlam by Jacob Avshalamov
Paroles contre l’oubli by Thierry Machuel (U.S. premiere)

A Cantori Holiday ‒ December 16th & 17th, 2017

Chimes ‒ March 17th & 18th, 2018
Chimes by Valery Gavrilin

May Concert ‒ dates TBC
Motets by Francisco Valls
Requiem by Daan Manneke (US premiere)
Where Grief and Sorrow Sleep by Eric Banks (TBC)


2016 - 2017 Season at a glance


Cantori & Musicatreize

Cantori New York has the honor of hosting Musicatreize, an internationally-renowned new music ensemble based in Marseille, France and led by Roland Hayrabedian. The two groups will give a joint performance of The Mass for the Day of St. Thomas Didymus by James Primosch.

November 5th & 6th, 2016

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A Cantori Holiday

Our annual celebration of the holiday season, with traditional carols, new arrangements and plenty of winter cheer.

December 17th & December 18th, 2016


Tyger Tyger

A new commission by Polish composer Dariusz Przybylski based on the poetry of William Blake, made possible by the Roger Shapiro Fund for New Music. Also featuring Dominick Argento’s song cycle, I Hate and I Love, for chorus and percussion. 

March 18th & 19th, 2017

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The Depth of this Quiet

Alice Ping Yee Ho’s new work, The Depth of this Quiet, explores the poetry of Carole Glasser Langille with a daring combination of Eastern and Western instruments: pipa, guzheng, flute, violin, viola and cello. Cantori New York gratefully acknowledges Toronto Arts council for supporting this commission.

May 20th & 21st, 2017