Erin Morley, Nicholas Phan, Ying Fang, Joélle Harvey Headline Orchestra of St. Luke’s 2023-24 Season

By David Salazar

The Orchestra of St. Luke has announced its 2023-24 season.

“Orchestra of St. Luke’s enters the 23-24 season with a bold stride, performing 12 concerts at Carnegie Hall, including curated series in each of the storied venue’s three halls, featuring Principal Conductor Bernard Labadie and the world’s leading guest artists,” said the company’s President and Executive Director, James Roe, in a press statement.

Here is a rundown of the classical vocal performances.

Erin Morley headlines a concert at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music Benefit hosted by Susan Graham.

Performance Date: Oct. 16, 2023

Bernard Labadie leads Bach’s “Christmas Oratorio.” Soloists include Lauren Snouffer, Avery Amereau, Andrew Haji, and Joshua Hopkins.

Performance Date: Dec. 7, 2023

Ying Fang, Nicholas Phan, Norman Garrett, and conductor Tito Muñoz headline a performance of “Carmina Burana” alongside the Westminster Symphonic Choir and the Young People’s Chorus of New York City.

Performance Date: Feb. 27, 2024

Mastervoices headlines a concert featuring Gordon’s “The Grapes of Wrath.”

Performance Date: April 17,  2024

Erin Morley and Andrè Schuen star in Brahms’ “Ein deutsches Requiem.” Bernard Labadie conducts a performance that also includes La Chapelle de Québec and The Handel and Haydn Society Chorus.

Performance Date: May 9, 2024

Joélle Harvey is the soloist in two Bach cantatas. Jeannette Sorrell conducts.

 Performance Date: June 4, 2024