The Oratorio Society of New York unveils 2022-23 season

The Oratorio Society of New York has announced its 2022-23 season.

All performances under the direction of the Company’s Music Director, Kent Tritle, will take place in Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium.

The season opens with the world premiere of new work by Paul Moravec and Mark Campbell “A nation of others.” The score explores immigrant experiences focusing on the many refugees who arrived at Ellis Island in a single day in 1921. The work includes Robert Paterson’s “quasi-fantasia” of “Whitman’s America.”

Featured soloists are sopranos Susanna Phillips and Maeve Höglund, mezzo-soprano Raehann Bryce-Davis, tenor Martin Bakari, baritone Steven Eddy and bass-baritone Joseph Beutel.

Performance date: November 15, 2022

New York’s holiday tradition of Handel’s “Messiah” returns for the 147th annual performance. Soprano Maria Brea, contralto Heather Petrie, tenor Joshua Blue and baritone Jesse Blumberg are the soloists.

Performance date: December 19, 2022

by Bach “Mass in B Minor” closes the season. “The Mass in B Minor” is the Baroque composer’s largest and most complex mass will feature soprano Emily Donato, mezzo-soprano Lucia Bradford, tenor Brian Giebler and baritone Sidney Outlaw baritone

Performance date: May 8, 2022

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