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The remainder of this series has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

16 Sundays at 2:30 pm, September 2022–June 2023

Full details about repertoire

Conductor Harold Rosenbaum has chosen scores of his favorite choral works from the Renaissance to explore over the course of 16 sessions. At each event he will not only lead singalongs, but will also offer his interpretive ideas by rehearsing selected works, leading to a sound and satisfying experience for all. Players of Renaissance instruments are welcome as well.

The Details

The remainder of this series has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

When: 16 Sunday afternoons starting September 11, 2022 and finishing June 11, 2023 

Where: Trinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan, 164 West 100th Street (at Amsterdam Avenue), Manhattan

Tickets: $10 (plus $2 processing fee) per event (2:30 pm–4 pm) 

Music must be printed/downloaded in advance. Download PDFs for free here.

Non-performing audience attendees also welcome

Performance information:

All performances will be at pitch 440.

– Bowed or plucked strings
– Early winds and early brass (will be spaced from other musicians at the front of the church)
    – Instrumentalists must bring their own music stand.

Email us with any questions

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Covid-19 Protocols:
Masks are not required for this event Click here for our full Covid Protocols.
Disclaimer: An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and other viruses or bacteria that cause sickness exists in any public space where people are present. We cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to such pathogens during your attendance at our event.
By attending our events in person, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to infectious disease and hereby waive all potential claims relating to such risks.

GEMS is a non-profit corporation that supports and promotes the artists and organizations in New York devoted to early music — playing repertoire from the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical periods.