We had a wonderful 2014 and spectacular shows in Brooklyn, thanks to you.
I can’t believe 2014 is nearly over. It seems like only yesterday that I was talking to Amanda Keil of Musica Nuova on the phone, starting the planning process for the December production of the Schütz Christmas Oratorio.
Thanks to your support, we were able to perform these beautiful concerts for over three hundred people in Brooklyn. It was amazing to see children and adults of all ages stream through the doors, and even more wonderful to watch the faces of the riveted audience during the performances. There was truly something for everyone: gorgeous costumes by Deborah Houston, lovely staging and tableaux by stage director Walker Lewis, and lush singing and instrumental counterpoint, expertly directed by Jeff Grossman.
In fact, the concerts were so successful that we plan to bring them to Boston in December 2015! I’m really excited to do this show in two cities, and especially happy that our friends from home who have helped us so much will get a chance to see this production. I already can’t wait for next year.
In the meantime, please consider helping us build a 2015 “nest egg!” We’d welcome a holiday gift from you. Your support means the world to us.
May your 2015 be filled with joy, peace, and beautiful music.