Musica Viva NY’s 2023-24 season promises an exciting variety of music. All four season concerts will be performed at the beautifully restored All Souls Church on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Musica Viva NY’s concert home.


To start the season Musica Viva NY soloists are excited to collaborate with Mexamorphosis, a multi-cultural project led by Mexican mezzo-soprano and founder Guadalupe Peraza. Mexamorphosis bridges cultures by integrating diverse and often underrepresented musical styles from Mexico with Europe, Asia and Africa. In December Musica Viva NY will perform three works we commissioned from Joseph Turrin, Gilda Lyons and Richard Einhorn, which we are also recording (for more information about the recording project click here.) Investigating the connections between works by Bach, Beethoven, Gounod, Bierey and a new commission from Trevor Weston based on the eponymous song by the Beatles, forms the basis for our concert “Because” in March. We finish the season in May with an unusual pairing of two extraordinary pieces: Mozart’s Requiem and the monumental Oceana by Argentinian composer Golijov.