The MASTERWORK SERIES offers qualified ensembles the opportunity to collaborate on a major work such as the Duruflé Requiem, Mozart Coronation Mass, or Beethoven Mass in C with a renowned guest conductor, the all-professional New York City Chamber Orchestra, and soloists.

For information about participation and pricing for the 2019 Masterworks Series, click below.


2019 performance opportunities

DECEMBER 8-11, 2018 • Craig Arnold • Christmas with Manhattan Chorale • Carnegie Hall • New York City

FEBRUARY 20-24 • Jefferson Johnson • Orff: Carmina Burana (excerpts) • Carnegie Hall • New York City

MARCH 8-12 • Sandra Snow • Rutter: Requiem • Grace Cathedral • San Francisco

MARCH 15-19 • Joshua Habermann • Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass • Carnegie Hall • New York City

MARCH 15-19 • Anton Armstrong • Ray: Gospel Mass • Carnegie Hall • New York City

MARCH 22-26 • Jeffrey Douma • Mendelssohn: Elijah (excerpts) • Carnegie Hall • New York City

MARCH 29-APRIL 2 • Brad Holmes • Music for Choir, Brass and Harp • Carnegie Hall • New York City

MARCH 29-APRIL 2 • Tim Sharp • Choral Masterpieces • Carnegie Hall • New York City

APRIL 5-9 • Andrew Crane • Wilberg: Requiem • Carnegie Hall • New York City

APRIL 5-9 • Z. Randall Stroope • Stroope: Carmina Pax • Carnegie Hall • New York City

MAY 23-27 • Craig Arnold • Mozart: Coronation Mass • Carnegie Hall • New York City

MAY 23-27 • Simon Carrington • Fauré: Requiem • Carnegie Hall • New York City

MAY 23-27 • Duane Davis • Vivaldi: Gloria • Carnegie Hall • New York City

JUNE 6-10 • Kirby Shaw • Shaw: Turn the World Around • Carnegie Hall • New York City

JUNE 14-18 • Heather Mitchell • Schumann: Requiem • Carnegie Hall • New York City

JUNE 14-18 • Eliza Rubenstein • Haydn: Paukenmesse • Carnegie Hall • New York City