Harmony Singers will perform at Carnegie Hall in New York
On May 28, the Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh will join six choirs from Arizona, Georgia, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, Texas, and Washington at Carnegie Hall in New York City to perform a concert featuring co-conductor Mark Hayes conducting anthems: “One World,” “Rejoice and Sing Out His Praises,” and “Simple Gifts.”
The 120-member combined ensemble will also sing the world premiere performance of “The Field,” words by Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi, music by Mark Hayes. Co-conductor Z. Randall Stoops will conduct “Gloria” by John Rutter. The New England Symphonic Ensemble will accompany the performance
This is the third time that the Harmony Singers have been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall.
The Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh, under the direction of Cynthia Pratt, is a volunteer choir from the South Hills. They are celebrating their 50th anniversary of singing and dancing.
Information about the Harmony Singers is available at http://www.harmonysingers.org.