The Philadelphia Orchestra performing in St. Bartholomew's Church The Philadelphia Orchestra performing in St. Bartholomew's Church The Philadelphia Orchestra performing in St. Bartholomew's Church

St. Bartholomew's Conservancy Organ Concert

Thursday-Thursday

June 30, 2022, 8:00 PM ET –
July 7, 2022, 11:00 PM ET

 

 

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Performance Details

David Robertson Conductor
Paolo Bordignon Organ
Anthony Roth Costanzo Countertenor

Gigout Grand Chœur dialogué, for organ, brass, and percussion
Jongen Fourth movement from Symphonie concertante, for organ and orchestra
Bach/arr. Stokowski Fugue in G minor ("Little")
Fauré "Pie Jesu," from Requiem
Duruflé Scherzo, for solo organ
Gabrieli Canzon in Double Echo, for 12-part brass choir and organ
Beach Prelude on an Old Folk Tune ("The Fair Hills of Éire, O!")
Handel “Vivi, tiranno!,” from Rodelinda
Saint-Saëns Finale, from Symphony No. 3 ("Organ")
Elgar Pomp and Circumstance in D major

Digital Program

The Philadelphia Orchestra, in partnership with the St. Bartholomew’s Conservancy, presents a FREE Digital Stage performance of the Orchestra’s Organ Concert, recorded at St. Bartholomew’s Church in New York on May 24, 2022.

Conductor David Robertson leads the Orchestra, along with organist Paolo Bordignon and countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, in a stunning performance featuring St. Bartholomew’s monumental 12,422 pipe organ, the largest in New York City, and among the largest in the world. The concert supported St. Bartholomew’s Conservancy’s restoration mission of St. Bartholomew’s Church, a National Historic Landmark.

About the Digital Stage

All Digital Stage events begin with a performance premiere, streaming in real time. Following the performance premiere, the concert will be available for registered ticket holders to watch on demand for one week.

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Sponsors

Thank You to St. Bartholomew's Conservancy and the Concert's Lead Sponsors

The Waldorf Astoria New York, The Joseph & Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation, and Barbara Tober. The streaming production is also generously underwritten by Barbara Tober.

Lead support for the Digital Stage is provided by:

Claudia and Richard Balderston
Elaine W. Camarda and A. Morris Williams, Jr.
The CHG Charitable Trust
Edith R. Dixon
Innisfree Foundation
Gretchen and M. Roy Jackson
Dr. Richard M. Klein
Neal W. Krouse
John H. McFadden and Lisa D. Kabnick
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Leslie A. Miller and Richard B. Worley
Ralph and Beth Muller
Neubauer Family Foundation
William Penn Foundation
The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage
Peter and Mari Shaw
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Townsend
Waterman Trust
Constance and Sankey Williams
Wyncote Foundation