Eva Martinez, Lucia Bradford, Joshua Blue, & Joseph Parrish Star in the Oratorio Society of New York’s 2024-25 Season

The Oratorio Society of New York has announced its 2024-25 season. Soprano Eva Martinez makes her Carnegie Hall debut in “Carmina Burana.” She is joined by tenor John Riesen, baritone John Brancy, choristers of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and pianists Amir Farid and Blair McMillen. The concert features works by Orff, Brahms, Oliver Caplan, and Libby Larsen. {…}

The Association of Performing Arts Professionals Announces its 67th Annual Conference Details

(Photo credit: Cedric Angeles & The Kennedy Center) The Association of Performing Arts Professionals has released the lineup for its 67th annual conference “APAP|NYC 2024.” The Emerging Leadership Institute New Cohort Meeting kicks off the conference. Performance Date: January 12, 2024 Networking forums, affinity groups, info sessions, and learning sessions take place. Performance Date: January 12-15, 2024 EXPO booths are {…}

Joseph Parrish Headlines APAP’s YPCA Recital at Carnegie Hall

The Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) will present a special recital at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall on Jan. 15, 2023. The showcase will spotlight five soloists from the Young Performers Career Advancement Program. Amongst these soloists is bass-baritone Joseph Parrish, who has performed with the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, American Classical Orchestra, Festival Napa Valley, City Lyric {…}

Alexandra Nowakowski, Joseph Parrish, Meghan Kasanders Headline Carnegie Hall Citywide’s 2023-24 Slate

Carnegie Hall Citywide has unveiled its 2023-24 series of free performances across New York City. Here is a rundown of the classical vocal performances on offer. First up is “Mother, let me live!’ starring soprano Alexandra Nowakowski and pianist Michał Biel. The duet will present a program of works by Massenet, Szymanowski, Toldrá, Falla, Obradors, Dvorak, Debussy, and Granados. Performance {…}