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Manhattan Symphonie Founding director Maestro Gregory Singer

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New York, NY – December 1, 2015 --- The Manhattan Symphonie has enjoyed four concert tours of China to celebrate close diplomatic relations and will embark on their fifth tour this December! The whole orchestra will travel to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and many other cities for a 3-week grand music tour. Founding director Maestro Gregory Singer has been an Asian Culture embracer, and he is especially exited to perform Chinese influenced music pieces written by him to Chinese people all over the country.

Over the years, the Manhattan Symphonie has performed numerous concerts for many natural disaster relief fundraisers, including for the Philippines, Japan and China. Every year, the orchestra participates the annual 9.11 memorial concert and helps community fund drives across New York City. The Manhattan Symphonie has had the pleasure of performing in Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Merkin Hall, the United Nations and at the prestigious Barge Music Series.

At the same time the orchestra will perform its 10th anniversary concert with Japan Choral Harmony “TOMO” under the Gregory Singer’s baton. 

The Orchestra and choir will perform Finlandia by Sibelius, Pavane by Fauré, War and Peace and One Family by Gregory Singer, Kusunoki by Masaharu Fukuyama and a few more songs together. The Manhattan Symphonie will perform alone the selections from Maestro Singer’s original compositions featuring jazz, country, waltz and symphonic works.

 New York Daily Media President Felicia

Manhattan Symphonie Founding director Maestro Gregory Singer

Japan Choral Harmony “TOMO” Conductor Mike Shirota

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 Manhattan Symphonie Founding director Maestro Gregory Singer