OSLive Wednesday Night Series
Hour-long, live-streaming concerts featuring the extraordinary musicians of Orchestra of St. Luke’s joined by special guest artists and hosts. Streaming live on Wednesday evenings from Manhattan, OSLive Wednesday Night Series immerses audiences in music through multiple cameras and intimate perspectives of virtuosic musicians in the act of creation.
Composers of Note with Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center
Mainstays of the chamber repertoire and significant new and historic works highlighting living composers, with a focus on some of the composers championed in OSL’s Music in Color programming initiative. The three concerts will stream live on Monday evenings this Spring.
Sounds Like a Symphony
Our Sounds Like a Symphony series explores solo and chamber works—from Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 to an arrangement of Mahler’s first symphony—that pack a symphonic punch.
Sounds & Stories
This innovative series explores the rich possibilities that can come from collaborations at the intersection of music, visual art, and the written word.
Immerse yourself in the beauty, theatricality, and variety of the Baroque era and uncover the many innovative ways Baroque composers such as J.S. Bach, Corelli, and Vivaldi spun notes and sounds
Caramoor Summer Season
Every summer, Orchestra of St. Luke’s performs classical masterworks at the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, a breathtaking estate and arts center in Katonah, NY, where it has been the orchestra-in-residence since 1979.
Free Community Concerts
Each season, our city-wide Free Community Concert Series presents Music in Color, shining a spotlight on the life and music of an influential composer of color. The 2020–2021 Music in Color program is dedicated to the works and story of Eleanor Alberga and Valerie Coleman.
Free School Concerts (Virtual)
Twice a year, OSL invites New York City’s public-school students to outstanding classical music performances designed especially for young people. These OSL concerts—which incorporate other arts disciplines, such as dance, puppetry, or visual art—are presented free of charge and reach more than 10,000 children annually. For many, it is their first live concert experience.