Sat, November 18, 2017 - 7:00 PM

Trinity Youth Chorus: Mahler 8

Carnegie Hall

The Youth Chorus of Trinity Wall Street brings together talented youth ages 4 to 18 from the five boroughs of New York City. Choristers receive both group and individual training in vocal technique, music theory, sight-reading, and performance skills from a group of dedicated professionals led by Julian Wachner, Director of Music and the Arts, and Melissa Attebury, Associate Director of Music and the Arts.  The choristers provide musical leadership at Sunday services alongside The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, and offer concerts throughout the season.  The Chorus was recently featured in the film "Love is Strange" and performed as part of Fashion Week 2014. They were also heard in the 2008 film Doubt, starring Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffmann. The Chorus has performed with Bobby McFerrin, Josh Groban and The Rolling Stones, and has been heard on Public Radio International, CBS's The Early Show, the Tribeca Family Festival, and at the Philadelphia Italian Market Festival.

The Trinity Youth Chorus joins Canterbury Choral Society for its performance of Gustav Mahler’s Eighth Symphony (“Symphony of a Thousand”) and the world premiere of Bound for Glory by Rollo Dilworth. 

Performers

Canterbury Choral Society
Monmouth Civic Chorus
Jennifer Grimaldi and Jolle Greenleaf, Sopranos
Fredrika Brillembourg and Sara Murphy, Mezzo-Sopranos
John Matthew Myers, Tenor
Sidney Outlaw, Baritone
Matthew Anchel, Bass-Baritone

Program

MAHLER Symphony No. 8
ROLLO DILWORTH Bound for Glory (World Premiere)

Location

Carnegie Hall

881 7th Ave New York, NY 10019

directions

Featured Recordings

  • Christmas with The Washington Chorus
  • Julian Wachner: Complete Works for Chorus Volume 1
  • Julian Wachner: Symphony No. 1
  • The Snow Lay on the Ground
  • Trevor Weston Choral Works

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