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Vivaldi | Alleluia

From “In furore iustissimae irae”

I will learn to love a person

I Will Not Go World Premiere

Surprisingly Poetic Moments Premiere

Bach Cantata 29

Dear God

Song Cycle | I will learn to love a person

Christopher Cerrone | Poetry by Tao Lin

The Buzz About Sarah


“Sarah Hawkey, a clear, articulate soprano, brought bright and naturalistic phrasing to her delivery…”

“Ms. Hawkey’s singing was transformational.”

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Sarah Hawkey Soprano performs with Mila Henry Pianist

Sarah Hawkey Soprano performs Rome-Prize winning Christopher Cerrone‘s song cycle “I will learn to love a person” with Pianist Mila Henry




Upcoming Events:


Kverndokk: Upon This Handful of Earth (World Premiere)

Jointly Presented by the New York Opera Society and Sacred Music in a Sacred Space


Handel: Dixit Dominus

March 10 – Ampersand and the Urban Playground Chamber Orchestra



Mozart: C Minor Mass 

April 21 & 22 – Western New York Chamber Orchestra, Buffalo, NY


April 29 – Greeley Philharmonic, Greeley, CO


Oregon Bach Festival : Legends & Legacies

June 29 – July 15 – Eugene, OR


Santa Fe Desert Chorale : Liberté and Justice

July 19 – August 13 – Santa Fe, NM











Past Events

Perennia: Sarah Hawkey, Christopher Preston Thompson & Adam Cockerham

Perennia: Sarah Hawkey, Christopher Preston Thompson & Adam Cockerham

Timeless love songs by Purcell and Dowland


Sarah Hawkey, Soprano
Adam Cockerham, Lutenist
Christopher Preston Thompson, Tenor & Harpist

It’s our debut, so please join us!

September 20, 12:30pm
Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th Street
Suggested donation at the door

Visit Christopher’s website
Visit Adam’s website


Reprise of I will not go with violinist Kaya Bryla-Weiss 
Stone Mason Projects Open House
September 16, 6:00pm
Park Avenue Pianos, 119 Green Street, 4L

Contemporary American Song
with Nick Hay and Martin Néron
September 29, 7:00pm
Highland Park Library, 31 N 5th Ave

Contemporary Music & Premieres 
A co-production of CUSP & Stone Mason Projects
October in Princeton, NJ


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