“The basis of all music is the human voice…the original instrument of man. The voice heard in its purest form,
in recital, is perhaps one of the most important continuing contributions to musical values in our lives.”
Please join us Thursday, 2/27/2020 at 8 PM
at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall!
Joy in Singing International Art Song Competition Winners Recital
Gregory Feldmann, baritone
The 2019 Debut Award Artist
Driven by a desire to explore and express the human experience through song, New York-based baritone Gregory Feldmann is a rising young artist on recital and opera stages alike. On the recital platform he enjoys his collaborative partnership with pianist Nathaniel LaNasa. The duo will make their New York City recital debut at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall on Thursday February 27, 2020. The program, Degenerate Music, focuses on censored composers in the Third Reich, featuring the work of Weill, Zemlinsky, Haas, Eisler, Korngold, Ullman, and Schrecker. To see Gregory's thoughts on "putting it together", please click here.
General Admission tickets are $35, available online using the link above, or at the Carnegie Hall Box Office
Student and Senior tickets are $20, only available in person at the Carnegie Hall Box office with a valid ID
Carnegie Hall Box Office is located at 57th Street & 7th Avenue in New York City.
Masterteacher and Founder
About Joy In Singing
An educational resource offering workshops and training in all facets of song and song performance (including history, technique, interpretation and deportment), Joy In Singing, the Art Song Institute, hosts a competition for singers and their pianists with a New York City Debut Recital for the winners, art song concert programs, and public Master Classes, inaugurated in 1958 by our Founder, Winifred Cecil.
Joy In Singing offers artists and audiences many opportunities to experience and learn about this highly varied and wonderful music.
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Arts critic, Patrick Dillon had this to say on May 2, 2018
December 19, 1931 –
December 12, 2019
It is with profound sadness
that we at Joy In Singing announce the passing of our great mentor, teacher and friend,
Please join us in remembering this glorious musician who brought us all together to share in the love and performance of The Art Song.
The family is planning a memorial in spring 2020. Watch this space for the announcement.