Upcoming Concerts

Carnegie Hall – December 26, 2013

FSI Enterprise Inc. along with NYC Concert and Music are proud to announce the last concert in our annual series for 2013 at Carnegie Hall in the Stern Auditorium on December 26, 2013 at 8pm.  

New York Festival Orchestra and The Beethoven Memorial Chorus

 The New York Festival Orchestra and Beethoven Memorial Chorus are an orchestra and chorus formed specifically for today’s concert. There are a lot of choruses in Japan with a love for Beethoven’s Ninth and there will be many concerts of the Ninth performed in various parts of Japan at the end of the year in particular. Today, volunteers rich in experience of performing the Ninth have gathered from Japan and, with the addition of Japanese people living in America and volunteer performers from inside America, are looking to give a performance as the Beethoven Memorial Chorus.

 The New York Festival Orchestra has been formed by gathering together young performers who are active in various parts of America. All the members of the orchestra are extremely talented musicians who carry with them high hopes for the future and who will give a performance will all their might for the concert today.

 Today’s performers will be under the guidance of the internationally active conductor Hideaki Hirai and the choral conductor Hideyuki Tsuji. This is a performance that will combine the necessary rigor and flexibility with a high level of precise musicianship and bountiful power of expression. Please enjoy the performance to the end.

NO BORDERS Youth Chorus, under the direction of Joseph Cerutti, is honored to perform in the prestigious Stern Auditorium of Carnegie Hall. NO BORDERS is an honor chorus of 120 young men from around the world between the ages of 13 and 30, recruited specifically for this event. These singers have traveled across the globe to be here this evening and, over the course of the past 3 months, have been working on their music and choreography individually. Today (December 26, 2013) is the first time they will come together as a chorus. After hours of rehearsal and camaraderie they will perform for the first time tonight as NO BORDERS Youth Chorus. NO BORDERS is comprised of 120 singers, representing 4 countries, 28 U.S. States and Canadian Provinces, 72 grade schools, colleges and universities, and 54 barbershop choruses from around the world.

The men of NO BORDERS stand together as one, coming from different cultures and different lifestyles to share their love of music. Tonight these young men, along with the young performers from Japan, truly are the future of music that hold NO BORDERS.

To reserve tickets go to our invitation page and receive your complementary tickets to our last performance of 2013.