Kristen Hahn, Reginald Mobley, Jacob Pery Headline St. John Passion with American Classical Orchestra in 2025

The American Classical Orchestra has announced its 2024-25 season which will feature one vocal performance. On Jan. 30, 2025, the ensemble, led by Thomas Crawford, will take on Bach’s “St. John Passion.” Vocal soloists include soprano Kristen Hahn, countertenor Reginald Mobley, and tenor-evangelist Jacob Perry. Additional soloists will be announced at a later date. They are joined by the ACO {…}

Nola Richardson, Reginald Mobley, Steven Soph, & Steven Eddy to Headline American Classical Orchestra’s 2023-24 Season

The American Classical Orchestra (ACO), known for its performances on period instruments has unveiled its 2023-24 season. Here is a look at the vocal performances. First up is “Gesù Nato,” a concert featuring Bencini’s oratorio and Gianettini’s “Magnificat.” Thomas Crawford conducts the performance at Corpus Christi Church in New York City. Soloists include Linda Tsatsanis, Alex Guerrero, and Kate Maroney. {…}

Guadalupe Peraza & the American Classical Orchestra Present ‘Revisit: The Chaconne Project’ at Harlem Parish

Mezzo-soprano Guadalupe Peraza and the American Classical Orchestra return to Harlem Parish to perform a live version of “Revisit: The Chaconne Project” on Feb. 3, 2022, at 7 pm. The ensemble created a digital production of “The Chaconne Project” in 2020 in the same historic location. ACO’s Artistic Director and Founder, Thomas Crawford leads the chamber ensemble. The program includes {…}

Mezzo-Soprano Guadalupe Peraza Headlines American Classical Orchestra’s ‘Chaconne’

American Classical Orchestra has announced that it will open its 2020-21 season on Nov. 17 with a program entitled “Chaconne.” The new showcase will be a two-part virtual program with musical performances by mezzo-soprano Guadalupe Peraza, violinists Karen Dekker and Chloe Fedor, gambist Arnie Tanimoto, theorbo player Charles Weaver, and ACO’s Artistic Director and Founder Thomas Crawford on harpsichord. The {…}