Performance Calendar

Parthenia is excited to announce new concerts added for our 2023-2024 season!


Saturday, Mar 9th 2024Sunday, Mar 10th 2024
Saturday 8:00PM // Sunday 2:00PM

MEMENTO NOSTRI

U.S. premiere of “Memento Nostri” by Calliope Tsoupaki

Cantori New York, Mark Shapiro, director
Parthenia Viol Consort and Farallon Recorder Quartet

Parthenia joins the NYC-based choir Cantori New York, directed by Mark Shapiro, and the Farallon Recorder Quartet for the U.S. premiere of Calliope Tsoupaki’s “Memento Nostri”. Premiered in the Netherlands in 2021, Tsoupaki’s “Memento Nostri” was composed as a requiem in the Byzantine tradition, creating a mood of timelessness and expressing essence simply and clearly.

Church of St. Francis Xavier
46 West 16th Street, Manhattan

Thursday, Apr 11th 2024
7pm

ITALIA MIA

Parthenia Viols, Christopher Morrongiello, lute

ITALIA MIA features a lavish selection of music from the Italian Renaissance for viol consort and lute. Join Parthenia, performing on a consort of viols styled on those from the 16th century, with lutenist Christopher Morrongiello in the library at Columbia’s Italian Academy for an intimate performance of works by Italy’s most prominent 16th-c. composers.

The Italian Academy at Columbia University
Library, 3rd floor
1161 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan

Space is very limited – RSVP now to reserve your free ticket by writing info@parthenia.org.

Free Admission, RSVP required

This concert is part of our 2023-2024 NYC Concert Series

Saturday, May 4th 2024Sunday, May 5th 2024
7:30 Saturday / 3pm Sunday

UPON REFLECTION: An Opera in Ten Images

Words and Photographs by Wendy Steiner, Music by Frances White
WORLD PREMIERE
Sherezade Panthaki, soprano
Parthenia Viols, with Lawrence Lipnik, recorders

Parthenia’s commitment to performing the works of living composers continues this season with the world premiere of UPON REFLECTION: An Opera in Ten Images. With music by Frances White and libretto and images by Wendy Steiner, the chamber opera UPON REFLECTION is a multimedia experience that combines soprano voice, viol consort, recorders, and electronic sound. Join Parthenia, with Lawarence Lipnik doubling on recorders, and critically acclaimed soprano Sherezade Panthaki this spring at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music.

Mary Flagler Cary Hall, The DiMenna Center for Classical Music
450 W. 37th Street, Manhattan

Reception to follow performance on Sunday May 5th.

$25 - $40

This concert is part of our 2023-2024 NYC Concert Series

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