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Haydn’s ‘The Creation’, with NYC Chamber Orchestra & Masterworks Festival Chorus

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When: Back to Calendar May 18, 2013 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Where: Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
7th Avenue & West 57th Street
New York,NY 10019
Cost: $25 - $110
Contact: Manhattan Concert Productions
(212) 279-1147

Manhattan Concert Productions presents Haydn’s The Creation at world renowned Carnegie Hall this Summer.  Featuring the Masterworks Festival Chorus, New York City Chamber Orchestra & soloists, don’t miss this joyous performance lead by Guest Conductor Nina Nash-Robertson.  Written in the late 1700′s many consider The Creation to be Haydn’s masterpiece.


The concert will also feature the National Festival Chorus performing a selection of shorter hand-selected works by Guest Conductor Edith Copley including Song of Triumph (Dale Grotenhuis), O Nata Lux, Light Born of Light (Kevin Memley) and many more…


Full National Festival Chorus Program

Grotenhuis – Song of Triumph

Traditional (arr. Forrest) – The Nightingale from Two Colonial Folksongs

Handel – Sing unto God from Judas Maccabaeus

Traditional (arr. Yohanes) - Luk Luk Lumbu

Smith - Shout Glory



Also, don’t miss Central Michigan University Chamber Singers debut appearance at Carnegie Hall.  CMU’s Chamber Singers performs the highest quality music of all periods and their program includes Brahms’ Sehnsucht, and Warum as well as Ola Gjeilo’s Ubi Caritas.



Box Office at 57th and Seventh

CarnegieCharge 212-247-7800 or www.carnegiehall.org