Don’t miss the Summer Concert Series kickoff at the world famous Lincoln Center this June!
Saddle up… This is a concert not to be missed!
Manhattan Concert Productions presents The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere by composer René Clausen and featuring the National Festival Chorus and Brooklyn Wind Symphony.
This exciting work will be led by father and son guest conductors and composers René Clausen and Joshua Clausen. Inspired by Longfellow’s famed poem, the work creates a stirring musical adventure that captures the urgency of the horse ride, the beauty of the night, and the breathless excitement as the message is delivered.
Described by Public Radio International as “powerful” and “poignant,” the evening will also feature composer Joshua Clausen’s Requiem and Into the strenuous briefness, as well as a performance from Lewis-Clark State College Concert Choir, led by Sarah J. Graham.
Special offer for skint readers:
Get tickets for any seat in the house (including orchestra!) for just $7 with promo code EXL7 (Regularly priced at $85!)*
Manhattan Concert Productions presents:
The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere
Tuesday, June 4 at 7:30 PM
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
Three ways to get $7 tickets:
Visit lincolncenter.org and use promo code EXL7, call 212-721-6500, or go to the Box Office at Broadway & 65th St (Mon-Sat: 10AM-6 PM; Sun: 12PM-6PM).
*booking fees apply