Stephen Black organist | conductor

About

Dr. Black enjoys an active career as a choral conductor, and has conducted numerous choirs in over fifty concerts in New York City and Los Angeles. He has served as Artistic Director of the Amuse women’s chamber choir, the Central City Chorus, the Brearley Singers, and the St. Joseph’s Singers, all in New York City. Dr. Black has conducted large choral/orchestral works from the standard canon such as the Requiems of Brahms, Fauré and Duruflé, the Christmas Oratorio of J. S. Bach, and the Solemn Vespers of Mozart. He has also conducted more eclectic repertoire such as the Requiem of Frederick Delius and the New York City premiere of Carol Barnett’s The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass.  More >

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Upcoming Events

Poetic Notes

Poetry of Teasdale, Carroll, Dickinson, Shelley, Shakespeare, Tennyson, & Lorca set to music by Tarik O'Regan, Einujuhani Rautavaara, Stefan Weisman, Colin Britt, Dale Trombore, Susan LaBarr, Gustav Holst, Rebecca Clark & Ralph Vaughan-Williams

Tuesday Evening, June 14, 2016, 7:30pm
Rutgers Presbyterian Church
236 West 73rd just west of Broadway

Advance Purchase: $15 available until 24 hours before the concert. Amuse Singers Tickets >
Remaining Tickets at the door: $25; $20 seniors

Sunday Afternoon, June 12, 2016, 5 pm
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
23-25 Newtown Avenue, Astoria, NY

Admission: By donation at the door: $20; $15 for seniors

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Stephen Black (above) conducting the USC Thornton School of Music Recital Choir in Salmo 139 by Miguel Chuaqui. More >

Claude Debussy Danse Sacrée; Stephen Black, conductor; Alison Bjorkedal, harp; University of Southern California. More >

 

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