The New York Virtuoso Singers

"The city’s outstanding concert choir..." — The New York Times

Recordings by The New York Virtuoso Singers

Harold Rosenbaum, Artistic Director

25 X 25
To celebrate The New York Virtuoso Singers 25th anniversary, the group commissioned 25 of America’s leading composers to write a work, creating a unique panorama of contemporary choral music. Learn more > and order now through Soundbrush Records


Leo Kraft
"Eight Choral Songs" and other vocal and orchestral works.
The New York Virtuoso Singers appear on tracks 13-20.

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Charles Wuorinen
"Mass for the Restoration of St. Luke in the Fields" and other works. The New York Virtuoso Singers appear on tracks 2 - 8.

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To Orpheus
Works by Henze, Perle, Schuman, Dellaira, Dallapiccola,
and Lang




Andrew Imbrie
"Requiem and Piano Concerto No.3"
The New York Virtuoso Singers appear on tracks 1 - 6.




Music for Voices
by Allen Brings. The New York Virtuoso Singers appear
on track 13.




Tan Dun
Bitter Love -  is adapted from music that was composed for
the opera "Peony Pavillion."




In The Divine Image
Universal Sacred Music Vol.1 - Recorded at the 2008 and 2010 Festival of Universal Sacred Music in New York City. These choral works were selected among hundreds that were submitted for participation in the Festival. Featuring works by Miguel Chuaqui, Roger Davidson, Massimo Lauricella, John D. White, Ulrika Emmanuelsson, Michael Wiener, Anatoly Korolyov and Mark Kilstofte.



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Orpheus Lex
Composer Marie Nelson Bennett and librettist David Kranes' modern retelling of the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice—with The New York Virtuoso Singers, Harold Rosenbaum, conductor and The Artemis Chamber Ensemble. Learn more > and order through Ravello Records.


George Perle
"A Retrospective"
The New York Virtuoso Singers appear on tracks 14-15.




Thea Musgrave
"Choral Works"
A tribute to Musgrave on her 75th birthday




David Felder
"Boxman"
The New York Virtuoso Singers appear on track 16.




Barbara Cook
"No One Is Alone"
The New York Virtuoso Singers appear on track 13.




Eleanor Cory:
"Of Mere Being"
The New York Virtuoso Singers appear on track 5.




Society of Composers, Inc.
"Cultivated Choruses"
The New York Virtuoso Singers appear on tracks 7 - 9.




Toward Lasting Peace
Universal Sacred Music Vol. 2 - Recorded at the 2008 and 2010 Festival of Universal Sacred Music in New York City. These choral works were selected among hundreds that were submitted for participation in the Festival. Featuring works by Dale Trumbore, Roger Davidson, Kurt Leland, Anne-Marie Tucotte, Sungji Hong and Joshua Shank.



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