Schiller Institute NYC Chorus participated in an outdoor Lincoln Center Project called "Your Voices" from December 6th to 18th, 2022.
Over half a dozen choruses performed international music atop a kinetic sculpture in Lincoln Center’s Josie Robertson Plaza, commissioned by Moët & Chandon, and designed by British contemporary English Artist and Stage Designer, Es Devlin.
Each strand you see on her sculpture behind the singers represents one of the over 700 languages spoken in NYC, "the most linguistically diverse place on the planet." Despite a less than optimal government in NYC, it is an amazing place where every ethnic, language, and cultural nuance from around the world exists in relative harmony. We sang Dona Nobis Pacem: Grant Us Peace, and the Chinese folk song, MoLiHua: Jasmine Flower.
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John Scialdone published this page in Past Events 2023-01-13 14:41:37 -0500