The Schiller Institute NYC Chorus was honored to participate in the gala NYC opening of the Red Swa Gallery exhibition of fine art on Thursday, November 2, 2023.
On Friday, October 20, 2023, the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus received the Motif Awards Fine Arts Medal for Humanitarianism and Excellence in the Arts.
On Sunday, September 10th, 2023, Schiller Institute NYC Chorus in concert with Asiana Sinfonia and the Bergen Symphony Orchestra, presented a concert in memory of the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the U.S., held at St Paul & St Andrew Church, 263 W 86th St, New York City.
The Schiller Institute NYC Chorus participated in the Humanity for Peace day of action on Sunday, August 6, 2023, which began with a spirited rally at Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza near the United Nations, and concluded with a magnificent concert featuring Mozart’s Requiem conducted by Maestro Gürer Aykal, and a selection of classical arias and Negro Spirituals.Read more
Schiller Institute NYC Chorus brought a peace concert to the Upper West Side on April 16, 2023.
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.
On June 26, 2022, the Schiller Institute Chorus presented Dialogue for Peace, a concert of traditional and classical music from Russia, Poland, Ukraine, China, Spain, and America, along with J.S. Bach's Partita No. 4 in D Major, BWV 828: II. Allemande and the Kyrie section of Bach's Great B Minor Mass.Read more
On Friday, September 9th, 2022, the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus hosted a Remembrance of the 9/11 attack beside the Irish Hunger Memorial two blocks from Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan. The event was dedicated to the victims of the 9/11/2001 attack and to the first responders who risked their lives to rescue literally hundreds of thousands of people. Of the nearly 3,000 fatalities on that day, one out of seven was a first responder, including 343 FDNY firefighters, and 60 NYPD and PAPD police officers.Read more
On Wednesday, December 29th, 2021, the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus presented a tribute to the Alexandrov Ensemble with a ceremonial program and musical offerings, five years after the tragic Christmas Day, 2016, air crash which killed everyone on board. Presiding over the solemn event was Captain Randy Geis, City of Bayonne Fire Department. Invocation was given by Reverend Dorothy Patterson, Bayonne, NJ.