Online ticketing for this evening's performance has closed. Tickets will be available for sale at the Fifth Avenue entrance beginning at 6:30.
Opening with Haydn's Passion Symphony, this evening of Baroque music for Lent highlights two works by of one of Bach's talented sons, Carl Philipp Emanuel: Klopstock's Morning Song of Creation and the Saint John Passion (1772). New York Baroque Incorporated performs with the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys under the baton of Daniel Hyde.
Director of Music and Organist Daniel Hyde presents an hour of music by Gabrieli, Merula, Vivaldi (arr. J.S. Bach and J. G. Walther), Ligeti and Tippett on the Loening-Hancock organ.
No tickets required, donation requested
Advanced ticketing for this performance is now closed. Tickets will be available for sale at the Fifth Avenue entrance beginning at 4:45pm. All tickets are $40 general admission with a reserved section up front for Friends of Music Donors.
Advanced tickets for this evening's performance of Handel's Messiah have closed. A very limited number of tickets will be available for sale at the Fifth Avenue entrance beginning at 6:30pm in the Prime section (reserved, $95) and in the Obstructed View sections (unreserved, $20).
SOLD OUT The last in a yearlong series of performances that have been offered at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue in honor of Maestro John Scott who served as Organist and Director of Music for eleven years and who died unexpectedly in August of 2015. Proceeds from the concert will be used to create the John Scott Memorial Scholarship for the Choir School to assist choristers in need. The Fifth Avenue entrance will open at 6:15.
The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys with Concert Royal and soloists.
G.F. Handel's Italianate 'Dixit Domius' is paired with J.S. Bach's Cantatas 106 and 11, which expressively explore themes from death and the old law to paradise and the ascension. The Fifth Avenue doors open for this concert at 6:30pm.
St. John's Cambridge tours to New York City for the first time in five years. Presenting a program of music by English composers, the concert will showcase the rich Anglican choral tradition of which the Choir is a leading exponent. The Fifth Avenue doors open for this concert at 6:30pm.
The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys with Orchestra of St. Luke’s perform James MacMillan's masterpiece ‘Seven Last Words from the Cross’ with works by John Taverner and Sir John Tavener. Online ticketing for tonight’s performance will close at 1pm. Tickets will be available for purchase at the Fifth Avenue entrance beginning at 6:30pm.
Advanced ticket sales for this performance are now closed. Tickets will be available for purchase at Fifth Avenue entrance beginning at 4:45 pm.
This one-hour concert of A Ceremony of Carols (Benjamin Britten) & Dancing Day (John Rutter) begins at 5:30pm and ends at 6:30pm. All tickets are $40 general admission with a reserved section up front for Friends of Music Donors. Seating begins at 4:45pm. Tickets available in October.
The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
Mozart’s most beloved choral masterpiece paired with Haydn’s largest and most well-known Mass, each written within a decade of the other, will display the finest in the repertoire of the Classical period.
The Fifth Avenue doors open for this concert at 6:30pm.
Online ticketing and the box office for this performance are now closed. Tickets will be available for purchase at the Fifth Avenue entrance beginning at 6:30pm this evening.
John Scott, in what would be his final organ recital at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, played a program of music by J.S. Bach performed by Mendelssohn at the Thomaskirche in Leipzig in 1840. No tickets or reservations required - Donation Requested.
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Fifth Avenue Doors open at 6:30 pm. You may purchase tickets at the door (only for cash or check made out to Saint Thomas Church).Prime ($75) and Preferred ($55) seats are assigned in the center and on the front sides. Standard ($40) & student/senior tickets ($30) are open seating (first come first served) at the back, and sides.