Orchestra of St. Luke's
Chamber Music Series
The 23 virtuosic musicians who make up the core of Orchestra of St. Luke’s are stronger than ever in this series designed to showcase the heart of the band with celebrated classics and beloved modern works.
Orchestra of St. Luke’s annual celebration of J.S. Bach’s musical legacy features Principal Conductor Bernard Labadie and special guests for fresh interpretations of Baroque favorites.
An intimate concert series that spotlights 20th- and 21st-century artists whose voices have expanded our concept of classical music, with complimentary receptions after each performance!
Paul Taylor Dance Company
Experience breathtaking dance and extraordinary music at Paul Taylor Dance Company’s 2023 Lincoln Center Season with Orchestra of St. Luke’s joined by special guests Time for Three and Vanessa Williams. Iconic dances by the legendary Paul Taylor are paired with thrilling world premieres from the brilliant minds of Larry Keigwin and Lauren Lovette.
Orchestra of St. Luke’s continues its partnership with the internationally acclaimed MasterVoices – founded over 75 years ago by Robert Shaw – which brings together world-class voices to celebrate the arts of song and storytelling.
Caramoor Summer Season
Each summer, OSL electrifies Westchester County with classical music at Caramoor Center for Music and the the Arts, where it has been the orchestra in-residence since 1979. Hear celebrated treasures and modern work with internationally acclaimed guest conductors and soloists in the idyllic setting of Caramoor’s open-air Venetian Theater!
NYC Five Borough Tour
Each season, OSL travels to all five New York City boroughs introducing classical music to new audiences. Presented free of charge, the Five Borough Tour represents OSL’s longstanding commitment to offering accessible performances to the New York City community.
Free School Concerts
OSL invites New York City’s public school students to outstanding classical music performances designed especially for young people. These OSL concerts are presented free of charge and reach more than 10,000 children annually. For many, it is their first live orchestral experience.