Leah Hawkins, Lindsay Ammann, Joshua Blue, & Stefan Egerstrom Lead Dvořák’s ‘Requiem’ With the American Symphony Orchestra

(Photo credit: ©Kerry Hallihan, ©Rod Evans, ©Caitlin Odham ©Holli Egerstrom) The American Symphony Orchestra and the Bard Festival Chorale present Antonin Dvořák’s “Requiem,” Op. 89 on Jan. 25 at Carnegie Hall. Soprano Leah Hawkins, mezzo-soprano Lindsay Ammann, tenor Joshua Blue, and bass Stefan Egerstrom serve as soloists in one of the composer’s lesser-known choral works. They are joined by the Bard {…}

Mané Galoyan, Eve Gigliotti, Terrence Chin-Loy, Christian Zaremba Headline American Symphony Orchestra Premiere of ‘At the Reading of a Psalm’

(Credit: Facebook Page) The American Symphony Orchestra is set to present the U.S. premiere of Sergei Taneyev’s “At the Reading of a Psalm” on July 15, 2022 at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The new work will star soprano Mané Galoyan, mezzo-soprano Eve Gigliotti, tenor Terrence Chin-Loy, and bass Christian Zaremba. Leon Botstein conducts the performance, which will also {…}

Wendy Bryn Harmer, Eve Gigliotti, Joshua Blue, & Harold Wilson Star in Taneyev’s ‘At the Reading of Psalm’ with the American Symphony Orchestra

The American Symphony Orchestra returns to Carnegie Hall on Jan. 28, 2022, at 8 p.m. for its 60th anniversary season. The program, led by Leon Botstein, will include the U.S. premiere of Sergei Taneyev’s “At the Reading of a Psalm” which is part of the Vanguard Series. Featured soloists include soprano Wendy Bryn Harmer, a graduate of the Opera’s Lindemann Young {…}

Amanda Woodbury, Jack Swanson Among Stars of American Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Sons of Bach’ Concert

The American Symphony Orchestra is set to perform “Sons of Bach” at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center on Dec. 19, 2019. The performance, which will be conducted by Leon Botstein, is set to feature rarely-performed works by four of Bach’s sons, including W.F. Bach’s “Erzittert und Fallet,” J.C.F. Bach’s “Die Amerikanerin,” J.C. Bach’s Symphony in G Minor, and C.P.E. {…}

Janai Brugger To Headline ‘The Kingdom’ With American Symphony Orchestra At Carnegie Hall

(Credit: Dario Acosta) The American Symphony Orchestra is set to kick off its Carnegie Hall season with Elgar’s “The Kingdom.” The performance, which will take place on Halloween of 2019, will be led by music director Leon Botstein with soprano Janai Brugger, mezzo-soprano Eve Gigliotti, tenor Cooper Nolan, and baritone Alexander Birch Elliott as the soloists. James Bagwell will lead the Bard Festival {…}

Janai Brugger, Amanda Woodbury & Catherine Russell Headline American Symphony Orchestra’s 2019-20 Season

(Credit: Dario Acosta) American Symphony Orchestra has announced its expanded 2019-20 season, which includes concerts at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and Symphony Space. For the purposes of this article, we will focus only on vocal performances. The season will kick off with Edward Elgar’s oratorio “The Kingdom” at Carnegie Hall, which will feature soprano Janai Brugger, mezzo-soprano Maya Lahyani, tenor {…}