Pacific Symphony and Pacific Chorale to make their Carnegie Hall debut!
Through a highly prized invitation by Carnegie Hall, Pacific Symphony and Pacific Chorale, with Carl St.Clair conducting, will appear at Carnegie Hall on Saturday, April 21, 2018 as the finale to Carnegie’s year-long celebration of Philip Glass’s 80th birthday.
The major work on the program will be the New York premiere of Glass’ “The Passion of Ramakrishna,” commissioned and premiered by Pacific Symphony for the opening of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in 2006 and later recorded. Joining Pacific Symphony on this historic program will be sitar soloist Anoushka Shankar.
Pacific Chorale will be providing a friends and family option for those who wish to join the group in New York, which will include:
Contact our Concierge, Julian Leal, for more details at (714) 662-2345.
We're honored and excited to be performing "The Passion of Ramakrishna" with Pacific Symphony at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in NYC!