We are thrilled to be back and performing for you again! This year, the Park Slope Singers celebrates its 30th Anniversary. To mark the occasion we’re revisiting some of our favorite pieces from past concerts.
The selections range from 16th century madrigals in French, Italian, and English to a spiritual arranged by Moses Hogan. We’ll be singing a selection from Mendelssohn’s Elijah as well as contemporary classics from Paulus and Randall Thompson - including his contemplative Alleluia and rousing Ye Shall Have a Song.
Our first June concert will be on June 11th, 3 pm, at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Park Slope. Our second concert is on June 21st, as part of Make Music New York’s citywide festival of free outdoor concerts, held annually on the day of the summer solstice. The June 21st concert is free and will be held at 7 pm in the garden of Park Slope Methodist Church.
Our singers are vaccinated and will be tested the day before the first concert. Audience members must be vaccinated and wear a mask throughout the Saturday performance. No masks or proof of vaccination are needed for the Tuesday concert. We will follow all NYC COVID guidance, as well as any rules imposed by the venue.
We hope that you’ll join us. We’d love to see you!
St. John’s Episcopal Church
139 St. John’s Place, Brooklyn NY
Admission: $20; Students and Seniors $15
Park Slope United Methodist Church (Outdoor Garden)
410 6th Avenue at 8th Street, Brooklyn NY
Free — contributions gratefully accepted
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