Join us in our historic Adler Hall for A Concert for Earth Day, featuring the first public performance of composer Janet Emmons’ Requiem for Gaia’s Children! The work combines the traditional Requiem Mass with poetry about climate change and the need for healing of the environment to bring about rebirth and ultimately the recreation of the paradise that birthed all life, including our own. Janet Emmons will also be joining us for this performance!
This program also features Lili Boulanger’s Nocturne, Pastorales by Joseph Marx and George Crumb, and Debussy’s “Jardins sous la pluie (Gardens in the rain).”
Join singers Stefanie Izzo, Caitlin Caruso Dobbs, Beth Mirahver, and Sarah Ittoop, pianist Nelson Ojeda Valdés, cellist David Newtown, and percussionists Sean Ferguson and Deirdre Towers on Saturday, April 23rd at 7pm.
A Concert for Earth Day
Adler Hall at The New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 W 64th St
April 23 • 7:00PM
$20 Advanced Purchase for Students/Seniors/NYSEC Members
$25 Advanced Purchase
$30 Door (cash only)
COVID-19 Notice: Proof of COVID-19 vaccination, photo ID, and mask are required to attend.