This beautiful and exciting program, entitled Laughter, Love, and Lullabies, offers five new works celebrating the joys of all forms of motherhood. These world premieres are choral arrangements from Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project, which seeks to express and deepen the connection between new parent and child.
This concert also features The Goddess Turns Magic into Music, composer Francisco J. Núñez, a work for treble choir, piano and cello that was written especially to honor the SoHarmoniums and its artistic founder, Elizabeth Núñez, on the occasion of its tenth anniversary in 2016.
The SoHarmoniums are delighted to welcome the Young People’s Chorus of New York City, under the baton of Associate Conductor Sophia Papoulis, as guest artists for this program.
Get tickets here! https://www.symphonyspace.org/events/vp-laughter-love-and-lullabies