The Summer of Song Festival presented by
ASPSNY & the Duncan Williams Vocal Program at Manhattan School of Music
will be announced in the early spring of 2024. Stay tuned!!!
The Art Song Preservation Society mourns the profound loss of our esteemed advisory board members who have passed away since our founding, and whose presence and wisdom have graced our organization's path for many years. We pay tribute to these cherished souls who, through their selfless dedication and unwavering commitment to art song, enriched the lives of countless individuals with their teachings and guidance. Their indelible impact resonates deeply within our organization, and their legacy will continue to inspire generations to come. As we bid farewell to these remarkable mentors, we take solace in knowing that their contributions shall forever dwell in our hearts, guiding us as we strive to carry forth their vision and honor their memory. May their souls find eternal peace, and may their light shine brightly upon our endeavors, forever and always. Infinite thanks to these cherished souls: Mary Trueman (1915-2008), Marni Nixon (1930-2016), Michel Sénéchal (1927-2018), Dalton Baldwin (1931-2019), Corradina Caporello (1944-2023) and Frank Daykin (1958-2023).
Summer of Song 2021 and 2022!
Come join us for our virtual events!
In 2021 and 2022, ASPS presented a range of professionals with international reputations in art song masterclasses including: Thomas Grubb, Maya Hoover, Mark Markham, Thomas Muraco, and Neil Semer among others.
More information about the lectures and masterclasses is forthcoming but we look forward to seeing you in our virtual music space!
Check out some GREAT Reviews from last year's Spring Into Song 2018 Program hosted by The Manhattan School of Music:
Latin American Art Song concert with José Meléndez (pianist) and Maya Hoover
(June 8, Manhattan School of Music)
Four-Hand Piano Pieces, Art Song Solos & Art Song Duets with Thomas Grubb (pianist), Frank Daykin (pianist), Nils Neubert (tenor), and Robert Brandt (baritone)
(June 3, Manhattan School of Music)