Handel’s ISRAEL IN EGYPT: A Dramatic Oratorio
with Jeannette Sorrell, Apollo’s Singers and the New York Philharmonic

October 25 & 26, 7:30pm
David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center
New York City


“Thrilling… Sorrell is a masterful musical storyteller. Her adaptation [of Israel in Egypt] gives the work a coherent, compelling dramatic arc, brought off brilliantly by her singers and players.”

Following their critically acclaimed collaboration with the New York Philharmonic in December 2021, Jeannette Sorrell and Apollo’s Singers return to the NY Phil – this time performing Handel’s thrilling Israel in Egypt, in Sorrell’s own adaptation.
A true “Apollo’s Fire family” event –
Soloists are AF favorites – Amanda Forsythe and Sonya Headlam, sopranos; Cody Bowers, countertenor; Jacob Perry, tenor; and Edward Vogel, baritone.

SPECIAL OFFER for Apollo’s Fire patrons – *save 30% on tickets!
*limited number of discount tickets available – Enter the code “APOLLOSFIRE” when you check out.

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Plus… join us for these special post-concert events!

Wednesday, October 25

Join us for the after-party at The Smith – Lincoln Square (1900 Broadway at 63rd St, just steps away from Lincoln Center). A casual, Dutch-treat gathering of AF musicians, Board members, and friends.

RSVP in advance (required) to Rees Roberts at Apollo’s Fire: 216.320.0012 x 3, or rroberts@apollosfire.org.

Thursday, October 26, 9:45pm
“Middle East Nightcap”
Sidewalk Studio, Lincoln Center

A 50-minute concert of Jewish and Arab folk music with Jeannette Sorrell and 6 friends, including Emi Tanabe, Brian Kay, Daphna Mor, and Tina Bergmann. Presented by the New York Philharmonic.

“The U.S.A.’s hottest baroque band.” –CLASSICAL MUSIC MAGAZINE (UK)

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