Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
490 Riverside Drive, 11th floor
New York, NY 10027-5788

(212) 896 1700

Orpheus at Carnegie Hall | Free Child Tickets

Children ages 6-17 can attend Orpheus concerts at Carnegie Hall free of charge.

  • Reserve up to 2 free child tickets per each paid adult ticket (children 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult).
  • This offer is only available by contacting the Orpheus box office directly at (212) 896-1704 and is not available for online purchase or at the Carnegie Hall box office. 
  • Kids are welcome to sit in any section, for FREE, with the exception of Carnegie Hall's First and Second Tier box seats.
  • Already have adult tickets and want to add child tickets for your concert? Please contact Orpheus to ensure you can all sit together. 

Call Orpheus to request tickets!

Please call the Orpheus box office at (212) 896-1704 to request your free tickets. This offer is not available for online purchase or at the Carnegie Hall box office.

Tine Thing Helseth 5600 gul Photo Anna Julia Granberg BLUNDERBUSS

Orpheus & Tine Thing Helseth


Tine Thing Helseth, trumpet

The New Fifty

Jeff Scott | Fanfare for the Promise of America (World Premiere, commissioned by Orpheus)
| Symphony No. 77 in B-flat Major
| Trumpet Concerto in E-flat Major, S. 49
Mozart | Symphony No. 33 in B-flat Major, K. 319

The rousing brilliance and reflective sheen of the trumpet propels Orpheus into its second half-century! Luminous trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth returns with Hummel’s masterpiece of classical clarity, and Orpheus brings back symphonies that helped define the group’s effervescent sound in its concerts and recordings from the 1980s. A new fanfare by composer and horn virtuoso Jeff Scott honors this landmark anniversary.


Orpheus & Renaud Capuçon


Renaud Capuçon, violin


Hanna Benn | New Work (World Premiere, commissioned by Orpheus)
Prokofiev (arr. Andrei Pushkarev)
| Sonata in F Minor for Violin, Strings and Percussion (Op. 80)
Mussorgsky (arr. Jannina Norpoth)
| Pictures at an Exhibition

Orpheus refreshes the memorable images of Pictures at an Exhibition with a new arrangement by Jannina Norpoth that uses incisive ensemble virtuosity to magnify the overlooked details in Mussorgsky’s original piano score. A new piece by rising star Hannah Benn takes its own visual flight of fancy, responding to works by women of color in the MoMA collection. Rendering Prokofiev’s unflinching violin sonata as a raw and vulnerable dialogue with strings and percussion, Renaud Capuçon plays “with a disarming sureness of touch, his silvery tonal purity combining with a tantalizing Gallic restraint.” (The Strad)

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Orpheus with Will Liverman & Karen Slack

SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2023 | 7PM | Carnegie Hall

Karen Slack, soprano
Will Liverman, baritone
Special guest TBA, narrator


Traditional | Spirituals (in memory of Paul Robeson)
Beethoven | Incidental Music to Egmont, Op. 84

Orpheus stands up for justice and freedom in this homage to courageous voices. Beethoven, an unyielding critic of despots, channeled his ardor and rage into music for Goethe’s historical drama about a local hero defying foreign occupiers. Featuring an incisive new translation and the clarion voice of Karen Slack, Orpheus illuminates the eternal truths of Egmont. Will Liverman, the “muscular-voiced baritone” (The New York Times) who astonished the world with his starring role in Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones at the Metropolitan Opera, joins Orpheus to reimagine spirituals in a tribute to the heroic singer-activist Paul Robeson.

Will Liverman and Karen Slack