Turtle Creek Chorale Presents: Let Us March On!
Experience the world premiere of the choral theater piece, “Dreamland: Tulsa, 1921” by librettist Sandra Seaton and composer Marques Garrett. Utilizing a massive chorus (including members of the Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus), orchestra, and actors, “Dreamland: Tulsa, 1921" tells the true story of the victims who lost everything in the all-Black Greenwood neighborhood of the Tulsa Race Massacre and acknowledges the efforts still needed to achieve a brighter future for all people. The second act of the evening will feature uplifting choral anthems by black composers and artists, including another world premiere of the provocative “Where Are the Bodies?” by Dallas-based composer Reginal White, along with pieces dealing with the subjects of racial equity and social justice. Ranging from powerful and dynamic to challenging and provocative, the program will educate us on the continuing experiences of our Black brothers and sisters, along with exploring the prospect of moving forward, of reconciliation, and of hope. Tickets are on sale now at CarnegieHall.org
Venue: Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue
What do you think?
Celebrating Women Composers Concert at Manhattan Movement & Arts Center
In celebration of Women's History Month, Neville Dance Theatre presents 'Celebrating Women Composers', a special dance concert of works that span the classical to contemporary ballet spectrum, includ...
Juilliard Spring Dances at Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Through Mar 25 Wed
Between March 22-25, Juilliard dancers from the class of 2023, 2024, and 2025 will perform works by four of today’s leading contemporary choreographers at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater. The Juilliard Sc...
American premiere of pleytem tsuzamen (Refugees Together) at Museum of Jewish Heritage
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF) proudly announces production on the American premiere of pleytem tsuzamen (Refugees Together), a new Yiddish theatrical concert from creator Josh Waletzky an...