Lisette Oropesa, Joyce DiDonato, Piotr Beczala, Gabriella Reyes, Angel Blue Headline Carnegie Hall’s 2024-25 Season

By David Salazar

Carnegie Hall has unveiled its 2024-25 season.

Here is a breakdown of the vocal events on offer.

Opening Night will feature Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic as they present works by Rachmaninoff and Ginastera. Baritone Gustavo Castillo and pianist Lang Lang will be the soloists.

Performance Date: Oct. 8, 2024

Joyce DiDonato will give several masterclasses.

Performance Dates: Oct. 10-12, 2024

Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the Philadelphia Orchestra in Mahler’s Symphony No. 3. Joyce DiDonato is the soloist.

Performance Date: Oct. 15, 2024

The Crossing will present “Can We Know the Sound of Forgiveness.” Donald Nally conducts the event will feature works by composer Gabriela Ortiz.

Performance Date: Oct. 18, 2024

Lisette Oropesa and Ken Noda will present a recital featuring music by Rossini, Ravel, Sánchez de Fuentes, Lecuona, Nin, Delibes, Verdi, and Massenet, among others.

Performance Date: Oct. 23, 2024

The Ndlovu Youth Choir under Ralf Schmitt will present music of South Africa.

Performance Date: Oct. 27, 2024

The Met Orchestra Chamber Ensemble will present works by Brahms, Ravel, Bongani Ndodana-Breen, and Van Dijk. Gareth Lubbe will be one of the soloists.

Performance Date: Oct. 28, 2024

Elena Villalón and Craig Terry perform works by Messiaen, Lecuona, Grever, and Rachmaninoff.

Performance Date: Nov. 13, 2024

Iestyn Davies and Fretwork present works by Tunder, Scheidt, Geist, Buxtehude, and J.C. Bach, among others.

Performance Date: Dec. 3, 2024

Semyon Bychkov conducts the Czech Philharmonic in a performance of Janácek’s “Glagolitic Mass” with Lucie Hilscherová, Dmytro Popov, and David Leigh as the soloists. Also on the concert is Dvorak’s Piano Concerto with soloist Daniil Trifonov.

Performance Date: Dec. 5, 2024

The Prague Philharmonic Choir under Lukás Vasilek presents works by Eben, Janácek, Dvorák, Martinu, and Novák.

Performance Date: Dec. 6, 2024

Piotr Beczala and Helmut Deutsch present a recital featuring works by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Schumann, and Strauss.

Performance Date: Dec. 9, 2024

Asmik Grigorian and Lukas Geniusas present music by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff.

Performance Date: Dec. 17, 2024

Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra present Jake Heggie’s “Songs for Murdered Sisters” with Joshua Hopkins as the soloist. The program also includes Mahler’s Ninth Symphony.

Performance Date: Jan. 15, 2025

Renée Fleming’s SongStudio returns.

Performance Date: Jan. 19, 2025

Ryan Speedo Green and Adam Nielsen will present music by Wolf, Mussorgsky, Trad, Mahler, Schubert, Wagner, and Swanson.

Performance Date: Jan. 22, 2025

Raphaël Pichon and Orchestra of St. Luke’s will present works by Schubert, Liszt, Weber, Schumann, and Brahms. Christian Gerhaher and Ying Fang will be the soloists.

Performance Date: Jan. 23, 2025

The International Contemporary Ensemble will present “Boulez Rebooted” with music by Saariaho, Manoury, Sorey, and Boulez.

Performance Date: Jan. 30, 2025

Theatre of Voices will present works by Gordon, Julia Wolfe, and John Luther Adams.

Performance Date: Feb. 11, 2025

Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen and John Churchwell will present works by Korngold, Clara Schumann, Brahms, Janowski, Ravel, Leslie Adams, Price, Heggie, Schumann, and Händel.

Performance Date: Feb. 13, 2025

Angel Blue and Lang Lang will present music by Strauss, Hoiby, Rachmaninoff, Poulenc, and Dorsey, among others.

Performance Date: March 8, 2025

Decoda will present works by Schumann, Gustav Mahler, Alma Mahler, Schoenberg, and Wagner, among others. Soloists include Lucy Fitz Gibbon and Thomas Meglioranza.

Performance Date: March 11, 2025

Asmik Grigorian performs Strauss’ “Four Last Songs” and the final scene from “Suor Angelica” with The Cleveland Orchestra. Franz Welser-Möst conducts. The program also includes works by Haydn and Janácek.

Performance Date: March 18, 2025

Fleur Barron and Kunal Lahiry will present “The Power and the Glory,” a recital featuring works by Montsalvatge, Valcárcel, Maherl, Delage, Ravel, Huang Ruo, and Weber, among others.

Performance Date: March 20, 2025

The Orchestra of St. Luke’s will present Bach’s “St. John Passion.” Soloists include Andrew Haji, Philippe Sly, Joélle Harvey, Hugh Cutting, Samuel Boden, and William Thomas.

Performance Date: April 10, 2025

The Met Orchestra Chamber Ensemble will present works by Adès and Mahler with Michelle DeYoung and Ben Bliss as the soloists. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.

Performance Date: April 28, 2025

Gabriella Reyes headlines a recital with music by Ginastera, Revueltas, Guastavino, Braga, and more.

Performance Date: April 29, 2025

Nina Stemme and Roland Pontinen perform works by Elgar, Weill, and Wagner.

Performance Date: May 2, 2025

The English Concert presents “Giulio Cesare in Egitto.” Harry Bicket conducts a cast starring Christophe Dumaux, Louise Alder, Paula Murrihy, Avery Amereau, and John Holiday.

Performance Date: May 4, 2025

The Met Orchestra presents an All-Strauss program featuring soprano Elza van den Heever. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.

Performance Date: June 12, 2025

Angel Blue headlines a program featuring works by Gabriela Ortiz, Bernstein, Terence Blanchard and Dvorak with The Met Orchestra. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.

Performance Date: June 18, 2025