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

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 {…}

Ginger Costa-Jackson, Elena Villalón, Liv Redpath, Joélle Harvey Headline The Orchestra of St. Luke’s 2022-23 Season

The Orchestra of St. Luke’s has announced its 2022-23 season. For the purposes of this article, our focus will be solely on vocal performances. MasterVoices will present Bizet’s “Carmen” at the Lincoln Center (Rose Theater) with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s performing. The opera, which will be conducted by Ted Sperling and directed by Sammi Cannold, will star Ginger Costa-Jackson, {…}

WQXR Announces 2021 STAR Initiative to Support New York City’s Creative Communities

WQXR, New York City’s only all-classical radio station, announced four platforms to aid the city’s creative community and sustain the arts culture for which The Big Apple is famous. The station’s multi-pronged approach named STAR (Salutes The ARts) represents the first initiative led by WQXR’s new Chief Content Officer and Senior Vice President, Ed Yim. STAR comprises four initiatives: the {…}

Orchestra of St. Luke’s To Present ‘Music In Color: Celebrating The Life And Music Of Gabriela Lena Frank’

Orchestra of St. Luke’s will dedicate its third season of “Music in Color,” a program which, according to the press release, aims to highlight the “works and lives of composers of color,” to American composer Gabriela Lena Frank. Frank is of Peruvian, Chinese, and Lithuanian Jewish descent. The program will be held in partnership with Carnegie Hall’s festival “Migrations: The Making of {…}