Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

The Greenwich Village Orchestra Presents Mark S. Doss in ARIAS AND SPIRITUALS

The performance is on Sunday, February 5, 2023 at 3:00pm.

The Greenwich Village Orchestra Presents Mark S. Doss in ARIAS AND SPIRITUALS

The Greenwich Village Orchestra (GVO) presents Arias and Spirituals, led by Music Director Barbara Yahr and Associate Conductor Eric Mahl, on Sunday February 5, 2023 at 3:00p at All Saints Church, featuring Grammy Award-winning operatic bass-baritone Mark S. Doss, who makes his Lincoln Center debut in April in a concert celebrating the legacy of Paul Robeson. Doss lends his rich voice to famous arias from Carmen, Samson et Dalila, Rigoletto, and Wagner's Ring Cycle and to classic African-American spirituals. The program includes also orchestral favorites from the operatic repertoire.

Future GVO concerts this season include Romanza on Sunday March 19, 2023 at 3:00pm with Beth Levin as soloist and a Season Finale on Sunday May 7, 2023 at 3:00pm.

Tickets available at www.gvo.org

Grammy Award Winner Mark S. Doss opened the 2021/22 season with a return to La Monnaie in Brussels as William Daley in the world premiere of Kris Defoort's International New Opera Award Winning The Time of Our Singing, followed by concerts of Opera Highlights with Dallas Opera, Beethoven's 9th with the Minnesota Orchestra, and the roles of Creon and the Messenger in The Opera Company of Philadelphia's Oedipus Rex by Stravinsky. He then sang the 9th with the Houston Symphony, and returned to La Fenice in Venice as Balstrode in Peter Grimes.
Recent engagements include Alfio (Cavalleria Rusticana) at London's Royal Opera, Nicholas Lens' Shell Shock with the Philharmonie in Paris, and Scarpia (Tosca) and the title role in Rigoletto with Welsh National Opera.
Mr. Doss' illustrious career has taken him to the most prestigious opera houses worldwide, including Milan's Teatro alla Scala, with eight major roles that include Argante (Rinaldo), Jochanaan (Salome), and Amonasro (Aida); Turin's Teatro Regio with Simone in Zemlinsky's The Florentine Tragedy, and the title role in The Flying Dutchman; and Lyric Opera of Chicago with Escamillo, and Cinque in Amistad, among others. At Dorset Opera (UK) he sang Pizarro (Fidelio), and the title roles in Verdi's Macbeth and Nabucco. With the Hyogo Performing Arts Center (Japan) he took on Germont (La Traviata), and he reprised the Four Villains (The Tales of Hoffmann) with the New National Opera in Tokyo.
Upcoming engagements include William Daley in The Time of Our Singing with Theatre St. Gallen (Switzerland), Concerts of Paul Robeson Tributes with Lincoln Center in New York City, the role of in Janacek's From the House of the Dead with Rome Opera, Beethoven's 9th with La Fenice in St. Mark's Square, and Germont in La Traviata with Welsh National Opera.



Puerto Rico JazzFest 2023 Honors Saxophonist/Composer Miguel Zenón in March Photo
The Puerto Rico JazzFest '23 returns with a tribute to internationally acclaimed saxophonist, composer and producer Miguel Zenón. The festival, which runs Friday through Sunday, March 17-19 with the Zenón tribute on Saturday, brings together a stellar roster of artists to honor his extraordinary music.

Molinari Quartet To Present TRANSPARENCY: ELEGANCE IN ENGLISH MUSIC This February Photo
The Molinari Quartet puts the spotlight on English music for its next concert on February 17th with the impressive Quartet no.2 by Benjamin Britten and Thomas Adès' second quartet entitled Four Quarters. The concert will also be the occasion for the Molinari Quartet to premiere Brian Cherney's Quartet no.7.

Violinist Njioma Chinyere Grevious & Cellist Brandon Leonard Win 2023 Sphinx Competiti Photo
Sphinx Organization, the largest and longest-standing organization dedicated to diversity and inclusion in classical music, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this season, anchored by the annual Sphinx Competition.

Filharmonie Brno Comes to Carnegie Hall Next Month Photo
Philip Glass' Symphony No. 12 comes to Carnegie Hall this February for its New York premiere performance. Featuring five-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Angélique Kidjo and organ virtuoso Christian Schmitt, it concludes Glass' trilogy of David Bowie-inspired symphonies.


More Hot Stories For You


Meridian Performances Presents Cellist Sergey Antonov and Pianist Karén Hakobyan in Concert in MarchMeridian Performances Presents Cellist Sergey Antonov and Pianist Karén Hakobyan in Concert in March
January 31, 2023

On March 14, Meridian Performances returns to The DiMenna Center, presenting cellist Sergey Antonov and pianist Karén Hakobyan's fresh interpretation of Rachmaninoff's beloved cello sonata, among other works.

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project Makes Its Carnegie Hall Debut In AprilThe Boston Modern Orchestra Project Makes Its Carnegie Hall Debut In April
January 31, 2023

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the nation's premier orchestra dedicated exclusively to commissioning, performing, and recording new orchestral music, marks its 25th anniversary with its Carnegie Hall debut, April 15, 2023, at 8:00 p.m.

Puerto Rico JazzFest 2023 Honors Saxophonist/Composer Miguel Zenón in MarchPuerto Rico JazzFest 2023 Honors Saxophonist/Composer Miguel Zenón in March
January 31, 2023

The Puerto Rico JazzFest '23 returns with a tribute to internationally acclaimed saxophonist, composer and producer Miguel Zenón. The festival, which runs Friday through Sunday, March 17-19 with the Zenón tribute on Saturday, brings together a stellar roster of artists to honor his extraordinary music.

Violinist Njioma Chinyere Grevious & Cellist Brandon Leonard Win 2023 Sphinx CompetitionViolinist Njioma Chinyere Grevious & Cellist Brandon Leonard Win 2023 Sphinx Competition
January 30, 2023

Sphinx Organization, the largest and longest-standing organization dedicated to diversity and inclusion in classical music, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this season, anchored by the annual Sphinx Competition.

Filharmonie Brno Comes to Carnegie Hall Next MonthFilharmonie Brno Comes to Carnegie Hall Next Month
January 27, 2023

Philip Glass' Symphony No. 12 comes to Carnegie Hall this February for its New York premiere performance. Featuring five-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Angélique Kidjo and organ virtuoso Christian Schmitt, it concludes Glass' trilogy of David Bowie-inspired symphonies.