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Gregory Singer -
 Founder/Music Director Gregory Singer - Violinist and Conductor
Gregory Singer is the founder and music director of the Manhattan Symphonie Orchestra. Gregory Singer, son of renowned conductor Jacques Singer and concert pianist Leslie Singer, his musical talent bloomed at an early age, and has earned a reputation as a versatile musician. He studied at Indiana University, Meadowmount School for Strings, and the Juilliard School of Music.
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Manhattan Symphonie is fiscally sponsored by The New York Foundation of the Arts (NYFA), which gives us the benefit of a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Your tax deductible donation will help the orchestra with its concert series and give back to communities all around the New York area.
Thank you very much for your support.

Love, Gregory Singer, founder and music director of the Manhattan Symphonie
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July 26th, 2015 (Sunday) 5:30PM
The United Nations, New York



The United Nations New York, NY in celebration of the UN's 70th Anniversary





August 1st & 2nd, 2015 (Saturday/Sunday)
Barge Music



Program
  Vivaldi Concerto for 4 Violins and Orchestra in B minor, RV 580
  Mozart Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 3 in G Major, K. 216
  Mozart Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E-flat major, K. 364

Manhattan Symphonie
Gregory Singer, conductor
Mark Peskanov, violin
Alexander Mishnaevski, viola





August 22nd, 2015 (Saturday)
Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center

Avery Fisher Hall at the Lincoln Center
 10 Lincoln Center Plaza
 New York, NY 10023


Program TBA





September 11th, 2015 (Friday)
Memorial Concert

Please check back for the details





Special Announcement

The Manhattan Symphonie Concert Series has recently been awarded fiscal sponsorship under Artspire, a program of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), for the purpose of accepting tax-exempt contributions from other sources. As a result, financial donations to the orchestra are now legally tax deductible and donors will benefit from the tax advantages provided by a non-profit organization. This is a major breakthrough for funding and we are now in a position to secure the kind of support that will allow our multi-cultural projects to move forward dramatically.

So far, the only thing that has held us back is a restricted operating budget. In spite of that, we have accomplished remarkable things that no other orchestra has achieved-and we can now plan for greater achievements together. The orchestra already has several more Carnegie Hall performances as well as our fourth tour of China. All of this requires additional funding. It is thrilling to imagine what could be created with sponsorship. It will allow us to continue our concert series and arrange wider musical tours in the US and other countries, reaching across different cultures and borders to develop connections on every level. There is no limit to achieving those goals!

With warmest regards as always,
Gregory Singer