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Following a successful Carnegie Hall Debut (December, 2013) with Beethoven's 9th Symphony, NYFO is returning for our enthusiastic fans.
Following a successful Carnegie Hall Debut (December, 2013) with Beethoven's 9th Symphony, NYFO is returning for our enthusiastic fans.
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"Musical Prayers" on the 5th Anniversary Memorial after Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami

Posted by Kalin Ivanov (Creator)

Dear Friends and Supporters,

We are delighted to invite you to our upcoming concert next week!
Please join us at the concert or spread your words on this special concert to those who are interested.

We also appreciate your donations at any time of the season since your support is so valuable and essential for NYFO to continue our artistic activities.

We are looking forward to seeing or hearing from you soon!

Best wishes,

Kalin Ivanov, executive director

Hideaki Hirai, music director 

NEW YORK FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA 

presents a program of "Musical Prayers" on the 5th Anniversary Memorial after Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami 

Saturday, March 12 at 8 PM St. Peter's Episcopal Church (Chelsea), 346 West 20th Street, N.Y.C. 

Tickets: $20 Reservations: http://nyfo.eventbrite.com
featuring
New York Festival Orchestra
New York Festival Chorus
Hideaki Hirai, ConductorAsako Tamura, Soprano
Nobuki Momma, Baritone
Hampson Sisler, Organist

The New York Festival Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Hideaki Hirai, will present a concert of "musical prayers," dedicated on this 5th anniversary to the victims of Japan's earthquake and tsunami.

A special program features works by Samuel Barber, Antonin Dvorak, Edward Grieg, as well as the U. S premiere of the Cantata, “Japan Tragedy 2011”, dedicated to the victims of the Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami, by a renowned American composer, Hampson Sisler, with 2 guest soloists, Asako Tamura (Soprano) and Nobuki Momma (Baritone), along with NY Festival Chorus and Mr. Sisler at the organ himself.

NYFO is proud to present “5 Ave Maria Selections”, including the U.S. premiere of Hideaki Hirai's own, sung by an internationally acclaimed Japanese Soprano, Asako Tamura,who appeared as soloist with the Three Tenors- Domingo, Pavarotti and Carreras - in the 2002 World Cup Championship performance in Yokohama. 

Program also includes "Intermezzo" from Hideaki Hirai's Opera, "KAGUYA-HIME" (Princess from the Moon), which has been enthusiastically praised in Canberra (2006), Prague (2009), Salzburg (2012), Los Angeles (2015) among many other cities in Japan.

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