Featuring the music of Afro-Brazilian composer José Maurício Nunes Garcia, J.S. Bach, and African-American Spirituals.Read more
Featuring the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus and orchestra. My-Hoa Steger, Piano; Indira Mahajan, Soprano; Linda Childs, Alto; Everett Suttle, Tenor; Costas Tsourakis, Bass performing Beethoven's Choral Fantasia Op. 80 and Mass in C major Op. 86, Africa-American Spirituals.Read more
In 1968, two great American leaders Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, and Robert Kennedy were felled by assassins' bullets. On Christmas Eve of the same year, three American astronauts became the first human beings to orbit the moon, demonstrating that the dream of President John F. Kennedy was near realization, even after his untimely death. Now, the American people are called upon to abandon the last half century of degradation and war, and choose the optimistic path, identified as "the future Spirit of Humanity," by Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche. In that spirit, the genius Ludwig van Beethoven once said that if his music were properly understood, "warfare in and among nations would become an impossibility." This performance is dedicated to that principle, and will be performed at the scientific tuning of C=256Hz.Read more
April 9, 2018: A classical music dramatic retrospective, featuring works by Mozart, Handel, Roland Hayes, Hall Johnson, Roland Carter and others, and performances by Schiller Institute NYC Chorus and leading guest soloists and acclaimed actorsRead more
January 6, 2016, New York City.Read more
9-11 Memorial Evening of Sacred Songs and Spirituals from Bach to Burleigh, featuring the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus. September 9, 2017, Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church, NYC.