The ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award Recipients Concert - free for ASCAP members

Presented by The New York Virtuoso Singers with Harold Rosenbaum (Conductor and Artistic Director)

Saturday, November 9, 2019, 8pm

St. Michael's Episcopal Church
225 W 99th St
New York, NY

Harold Rosenbaum (front & center), ASCAP and The ASCAP Foundation staff with composers featured on the 10/29/17 edition of The New York Virtuoso Singers' concert of choral premieres

The New York Virtuoso Singers, together with Conductor, Artistic Director and ASCAP composer Harold Rosenbaum, will present The ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award Recipients Concert, the first event of their 2019-20 concert season.


This concert presents the final five works from the 50 composers it has commissioned with the support of The ASCAP Foundation Irving Caesar Fund over the past six years. It will feature the music of ASCAP composers Juhi Bansal, Will Healy, Vera Ivanova, Patrick O’Malley and J.P. Redmond, plus revered ASCAP member Samuel Adler, the evening’s honoree and teacher of 20 of the 50 composers. The program will include the American premiere of a work by Mr. Adler that honors the legacy of those German Jews who died during Kristallnacht on this date 81 years ago. Mr. Adler witnessed these events as a 10-year-old child. Piano accompanist will be Nic Gerpe.

ASCAP members get free tix: the night of the concert, tell the box office you are an ASCAP member and you will be granted free admission.

General public: tix are $30 (or $25 online) // $20 for seniors 65+ // $10 for students up to the age 25.  Click here to purchase tickets online.


Read coverage of The New York Virtuoso Singers' 2015, 2017 and 2018 concerts of choral premieres by Morton Gould Award recipients 


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