This Season’s Concerts

The GVO is proud to present its 2018–2019 Season! This season, we take up residence in the beautiful and historic All Saints Church on New York’s Upper East Side.

We are excited to present stellar soloists from around the world, and talent from within the GVO itself. With works by composers Chris Brubeck, Franz Schubert, Samuel Barber, Ludwig van Beethoven, Gustav Holst, and more, we are thrilled to present a season that explores the many facets of what an orchestra can be.

We hope you will join us as we share our passion for making music. This orchestra is a labor of love for all of us, and we enjoy nothing more than sharing the fruits of our labor with you, our audience.


All GVO concerts are general admission, for a suggested donation of $20 for adults, $10 for seniors and children, except where noted. Tickets may be purchased at the door on the day of the concert or online using the “Buy Tickets” buttons below.


Sketch of a bear plating a French horn

All in the Family

Sun, Dec 16, 2018 at 3pm

All Saints Church

    The GVO’s annual Family Concert returns with a fifty-minute program, including Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals. The concert is designed to delight children and adults alike.

    FREE ENTRY FOR CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER!

    Photo of the Czech chateaux Červená lhota reflected in its moat

    Eastern Romance

    Sun, Feb 24, 2019 at 3pm

    All Saints Church

    Dvoř︎ák Romance
    Glazunov Concerto for Violin
    Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 3

    Violinist Ming-Feng Hsin, a longtime member of the MET Orchestra, leads the GVO in Dvoř︎ák’s moving Romance and plays the elegant solo in Glazunov’s Violin Concerto. The concert concludes with Rachmaninoff’s rhapsodic Third Symphony.

    Photo of GVO members performing a string quintet

    Chamber Music Concert

    Fri, Mar 15, 2019 at 7:30pm

    Tenri Cultural Institute

      Musicians of the orchestra break out into small groups for evenings of chamber music at the Tenri Cultural Institute.

      Crop of the poster for the 1925 film “Der Rosenkavalier”

      Orchestral Brilliance

      Sun, Apr 7, 2019 at 3pm

      All Saints Church

      Debussy Nocturnes*
      Brubeck Prague Concerto
      Strauss Suite from Der Rosenkavalier

      The GVO explores the full range of what a modern orchestra can be. Eric Mahl leads Debussy’s impressionistic Nocturnes, then New York Philharmonic bass trombonist George Curran joins the orchestra as soloist in Chris Brubeck’s Prague Concerto. The concert closes with Richard Strauss’s lush, romantic Suite from Der Rosenkavalier.

      The classic NASA image of the Earth from the Moon

      The Earth in Context

      Sun, May 19, 2019 at 3pm

      All Saints Church

      Copland Quiet City
      Holst The Planets

      The season finale explores visions of our shared cosmos. Copland’s Quiet City, featuring Principal Trumpet Phil Parsons and English Hornist Jason Smoller, reflects the inner life. Holst’s The Planets captures the universal.


      Earlier this season…

      Old-fashioned photo of a rocking chair on an ornate porch

      Masters of Lyricism

      Sun, Oct 14, 2018 at 3pm

      All Saints Church

      Barber Overture to The School for Scandal
      Barber Knoxville: Summer of 1915
      Schubert Symphony No. 9, “The Great”

      The Overture to The School for Scandal showcases the orchestra’s prowess. Soprano Rebecca Farley brings to life Barber’s evocative setting of James Agee’s poem capturing a child’s summer in 1915 Tennessee. The orchestra sings in Schubert’s Ninth Symphony, “The Great”.


      NYC Cultural Affairs LogoThe Greenwich Village Orchestra is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.