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  1. Feb
    1. Broadway In Concert: Parade @ Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
      8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

      The TONY Award-winning score from Parade will be brought to life for one night only at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center on February 16, 2015.  Three-time TONY Award winner and original composer, Jason Robert Brown will conduct a star-studded cast and full chorus, joined by Olivier Award nominee Gary Griffin as director, and Tom Murray as music supervisor.




      EPHIE AARDEMA, as Monteen


      ERIC ANDERSON, as Officer Starnes/Middle-Aged Man From Valdosta/Chain Gang Guard


      LAURA BENANTI, as Lucille Frank


      RACHEL DE BENEDET, as Sally Slaton


      ALAN CAMPBELL, as Governor John Slaton


      KATIE ROSE CLARKE, as Mrs. Phagan


      JOHN ELLISON CONLEE, as Hugh Dorsey


      ALVIN CRAWFORD, as Newt Lee/Riley 


      CHARLIE FRANKLIN, as Young Soldier / Frankie Epps


      DAVIS GAINES, as Old Soldier / Judge Roan


      JOSHUA HENRY, as Jim Conley


      CAITLIN HOULAHAN, as Iola Stover


      JOHN JELLISON, as Luther Rosser/Mr. Peavy 


      ANDREA JONES-SOJOLA, as Minnie McKnight / Angela / Nina Formby


      JEREMY JORDAN, as Leo Frank


      RAMIN KARIMLOO, as Tom Watson


      ERIC LEVITON, as Policeman/Prison Guard/Jury Foreman


      ANDY MIENTUS, as Britt Craig


      EMERSON STEELE, as Mary Phagan


      ALLIE TRIMM, as Essie


      Musical Supervision by Tom Murray

      Conducted by Jason Robert Brown

      Stage Direction by Gary Griffin


      Creative Team includes: Beowulf Boritt, Set and Projection Designer; Jeff Croiter, Lighting Designer; Jon Weston, Sound Designer;  Caite Hevner Kemp, Projection Designer; Georgia Stitt, Associate Music Director; Kristen Harris, Production Stage Manager; Timothy R. Semon, Stage Manager; Josh Millican, Associate Sound Designer;  Telsey + Company / Craig Burns, CSA, Casting;  Juniper Street Productions, Production Manager.


      Following the success of Titanic earlier this year, and Ragtime in 2013, Manhattan Concert Productions will bring the Drama Desk and TONY Award-winning score of Parade back to Lincoln Center, where it all began in 1998. This concert performance of Parade will feature a chorus of over 200 singers from the across the United States; the enlarged forces of the New York City Chamber Orchestra; and a full professional Broadway cast.


      With a book by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Alfred Uhry, a score by Jason Robert Brown, and co-conceived by Tony Award winner Harold Prince, Parade tells a controversial story of the 1913 trial of Jewish factory manager Leo Frank, who was accused and convicted of raping and murdering a 13-year-old employee, Mary Phagan, in Atlanta, GA.  Parade was Brown’s first Broadway production. Of his score, Variety wrote [it] “draws on a variety of influences, from pop-rock to folk to rhythm and blues and gospel.”


      Tickets, starting at $50, are currently on sale and may be purchased by visiting www.mcp.us; visiting www.lincolncenter.org; calling CenterCharge (212) 721-6500; or visiting the Avery Fisher Hall box office at 10 Lincoln Center Plaza (Columbus Avenue at 65th Street).

  2. Feb
    1. Ellingboe: “Requiem” @ St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans
      7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

      Manhattan Concert Productions presents Bradley Ellingboe’s magnificent Requiem with the Cathedral Festival Chorus, members of a professional local orchestra and soloists, under the direction of the composer himself at the historic St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans.


      Ellingboe’s breathtaking Requiem has been conducted more than 200 times and first received its world premiere in 2010 at legendary Carnegie Hall. Ellingboe draws from the traditional Latin Mass text with additional poems by John Donne and George Herbert in Requiem.


      Don’t miss Ellingboe’s Requiem at St. Louis Cathedral, one of New Orleans’ most notable landmarks!


      Please note that this concert will not be ticketed. Free-will donations are encouraged. Seating is General Admission. 


      To learn more about participating on this concert, please email info@mcp.us or call (877) or (212) 279-1147.

  3. Mar
    1. Duruflé: “Requiem” @ Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
      8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

      Bask in the glory of Duruflé’s thrilling Requiem with esteemed guest conductor Karen Kennedy. Performed by the Masterworks Festival Chorus, soprano soloist and the all-professional New York City Chamber Orchestra, this Requiem is some of the most beautiful music ever written. The use of themes from Gregorian chant throughout, results in utterly spellbinding movements.


      The National Festival Chorus led by esteemed guest conductor Paul Rardin will also perform a wonderful selection of eclectic choral works.


      Don’t miss this fantastic concert at legendary Carnegie Hall!


  4. Mar
    1. Mozart: “Coronation Mass” @ Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

      Don’t miss Coronation Mass (Krönungsmesse), one of Mozart’s most popular masses and an overall exuberant work, performed at Carnegie Hall this spring. Featuring the Masterworks Festival Chorus and prominent soloists, with the full forces of the all-professional New York City Chamber Orchestra, and Maestro Z. Randall Stroope.


      Maestro Stroope is one of the most active choral conductors and composers working today with recent conducting engagements in Rome, England, Germany, Austria, Washington, D.C., and five performances at the Vatican in the past four years.


      The concert will include a selection of handpicked choral favorites, all performed by the National Festival Chorus, with guest conductor Jefferson Johnson.


      Delight in this wonderful evening of classic choral works at one of the greatest halls in the world, Carnegie Hall.


  5. Mar
    1. Symphonic Series @ Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
      Mar 30 (all-day)

      The Symphonic Series gives bands and orchestras the opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall and receive comments from an outstanding panel of nationally recognized clinicians. Participating ensembles also benefit from a private clinic led by music clinicians Steven Amundson, Gary Green, Jerry Luckhardt, and Kevin Noe.


      Symphonic Series Performance Order:

      Session 1: 9:30AM – Doors open at least 15 minutes before each session

      Langley High School Symphonic Orchestra

      Langley High School Concert Orchestra

      Niwot High School Orchestra

      Langley High School Philharmonic Orchestra


      Session 2: 1:00PM – Doors open at least 15 minutes before each session

      Columbine High School Symphonic Band

      La Quinta High School Wind Symphony

      Columbine High School Symphonic Strings

      Natchitoches High School Orchestra


      Tickets will be available for sale on Friday, January 30 at 11:00AM. One All-Day Pass will grant admission to the 9:30AM session and the 1:00PM session.


    2. Robert Ray: “Gospel Mass” @ Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
      8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

      Revel in Robert Ray’s joyous choral masterpiece Gospel Mass this March at legendary Carnegie Hall. Performed by the Masterworks Festival Chorus and soloists, with the full forces of the all-professional New York City Chamber Orchestra. Enjoy the infectious joy offered in this contemporary mass, with esteemed guest conductor Anton Armstrong.


      Ray’s Gospel Mass combines the joyous styles of contemporary African American music with the traditional liturgical setting of the mass in a non-traditional manner. All six anthems in this contemporary mass combine to form a truly powerful and uplifting musical experience.


      Manhattan Concert Productions also presents the National Festival Chorus with guest conductor Jerry Blackstone in a fantastic collection of choral works.


      Don’t miss Ray’s moving Gospel Mass and a thrilling array of choral works at world-renowned Carnegie Hall.


      Tickets will go on sale for this concert on Friday, January 30 at 11:00am.


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