The Clarion Choir (USA)
Established in 2006 to complement The Clarion Orchestra, The Clarion Choir has become one of the leading professional vocal ensembles in the United States.
With members equally at home on the solo stage and in ensemble singing, The Clarion Choir has received widespread critical acclaim, and was invited to partake in the Lincoln Center White Light Festival as part of the inaugural concert of the new organ at Alice Tully Hall. Later in the same year, the choir was invited back to Lincoln Center to join the Juilliard ensemble Axiom for a performance of Morton Feldman's Rothko Chapel at the Tully Scope Festival, which was praised as a ‘pensive and mystical performance’ by The New York Times. The Choir has recently been featured on PBS's program NYC-Arts and has performed at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Miller Theatre at Columbia University, The Morgan Library, the Quebec International Festival of Sacred Music, The Twelfth Night Festival, and at Bargemusic with The Knights chamber orchestra. Last season, in a performance hailed as ‘stunning’ by The New York Times, the Choir gave the New York premiere of the lost Russian masterwork, Passion Week, by Maximilian Steinberg. Clarion recently released its recording of Passion Week on the Naxos label and will be premiering the work in Moscow, St. Petersburg and London in October 2016.
+7 (812) 240-01-80, +7 (812) 240-01-00, 064
+7 (812) 571-83-33, +7 (812) 571-42-37, 064
, Lunch break: 3.00 to 4.00 pm