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Music of the Americas: Spring 2024 Concerts

We announce the schedule for the 2024 winter/spring season live and online, featuring popular, early, and contemporary music.

The 2023–2024 season of the MetLife Foundation Music of the Americas Concert Series continues both live in New York City and online. Concerts will include early music with Sonya Headlam and Rebecca Cypess and Vincent Lauzer, premieres by Alyssa Regent, Felipe Nieto, Charlotte Mundy, and Santiago Chin, Magos Herrera and Monica Salmaso live onstage for the first time, and stellar guitarists. More events will be announced soon. 

Registration is now open for Americas Society members, and tickets for the general public will be available a month before each concert. Find more information here

En Casa and Recuerdos also continue. Stay tuned by following Music of the Americas on InstagramYouTubeFacebook, and Twitter.

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Rebecca Cypess and Sonya Headlam: The music of Ignatius Sancho

February 13, 7 pm

The soprano-keyboard duo of early music specialists explores the music and times of Afro-Caribbean classical composer Ignatius Sancho.

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Alyssa Regent: Mors osculi

February 29, 7 pm

We premiere a new song cycle for soprano and ensemble by the Guadeloupean composer, commissioned by America Society.  

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Parker Quartet: Music by Felipe Lara

March 8, 7 pm

The stellar quartet gives the New York premiere of Felipe Lara's Sonare

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Vincent Lauzer: Bach and Telemann

March 14, 7 pm

The Canadian recorder virtuoso leads a group of baroque specialists in trios sonatas by Telemann and J.S. and C.P.E. Bach.   

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Monica Salmaso and Magos Herrera

March 21, 7 pm

The two extraordinary singers, who have collaborated virtually over the past few years (including in this Music of the Americas video), join forces on our stage for a tour of the Latin American songbook with their trios. 

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Toomai String Quintet: Cuban Premieres

April 17, 7 pm

The string ensemble presents premieres of three pieces by Cuban composers Keyla Orozco, Adonis González, and Yosvany Terry. 

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Manhattan Chamber Players: Music by Felipe Nieto, JP Jofre, and Andrea Casarrubios

May 2, 7 pm

The group, joined by renowned bandoneonist JP Jofre, premieres a new piece by Colombian composer Felipe Nieto alongside music by Andrea Casarrubios and Jofre. 

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Charlotte Mundy

May 7, 7 pm

The Canadian soprano and composer presents new pieces for voice alone and with electronics. 

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Pablo Ziegler: Masae Shiwa

May 14, 7 pm

The Grammy-winning pianist and composer, a legend of Nuevo Tango, plays a duo piano recital with Masae Shiwa. 

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Fonema Consort

June 28, 7 pm

Fonema Consort is back on our stage with a portrait concert of Pablo Chin, one of the ensemble's founders. 

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The MetLife Foundation Music of the Americas Concert Series is made possible by the generous support of Presenting Sponsor MetLife Foundation.

MetLife Foundation

The MetLife Foundation Music of the Americas concert series is made possible by the generous support of Presenting Sponsor MetLife Foundation.

The Spring 2024 Music program is also supported, in part, by the Howard Gilman Foundation, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and by The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation.

Howard Gilman Foundation           NYC DCA            New York Council on the Arts


Additional support comes from the Alice M. Ditson Fund of Columbia University, and The Augustine Foundation. The commission of Alyssa Regent's Mors osculi is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.