New Year's Eve Concert For Peace

7 PM – 9 PM

Founded by Leonard Bernstein in 1984, the annual New Year’s Eve Concert for Peace is a signature Cathedral event. Led by Kent Tritle, Director of Cathedral Music, this year’s concert includes Handel’s Water Music, Suite No. 3. The choir joins with a moving set of contemporary pieces, including the U.S. premiere of See the Wretched Strangers by Lucas Wiegerink, and excerpts from Bernstein’s Mass in celebration of his centennial year. Artists in Residence Jason Robert Brown and Judy Collins make their own musical offerings, and the evening concludes with Joseph Haydn’s Te Deum, to welcome the new year with affirmation and joy.

General admission seats are free and open to the public on the night of the show. Reserved seats are sold out.

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Jamet Pittman, Soprano
Arthur Fiacco, Cello

George Frideric Handel
Water Music, Suite No. 3

Rupert Lang
Earth Teach Me

Frank Ticheli
Earth Song

Lucas Wiegerink
See the Wretched Strangers (U.S. premiere)

Jason Robert Brown
Invisible (sung by Jesse Warren-Nager)

Leonard Bernstein
Almighty Father and Simple Song,
from Mass

Joseph Haydn
Te Deum

CATEGORY: Music, Holidays