This season, Elizabeth returned to the PyeongChang Music Festival in South Korea, (Myung-Wha Chung and Kyung-Wha Chung, Artistic Directors), to sing as a featured soloist under the baton of Zauerbek Gugkaev with the Marinsky Orchestra and performed a Rachmaninoff song program with pianist, Norman Krieger. Mrs. De Trejo also returned to Lincoln Center, (David Geffen Hall), to sing the soprano solo in the Mozart Vespers and Requiem.
In the coming season of 2017-18, Elizabeth will perform the role of the Goddess Venus in Offenbach's Orphees aux Enfers with New Orleans Opera, and also will be featured in a recording on the Naxos label of newly commissioned songs of the Pulitzer Prize winning poet Sara Teasdale, written by Michael J Trott, at the behest of the poetry Society of New York.
- The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College, Sosnoff Theater
* Sat, Apr 27, 2019, 8 PM
* Sun, Apr 28, 2019, 2 PM
- Carnegie Hall, Isaac Stern Auditorium
Joachim Raff Psalm 130: De Profundis(U.S. Premiere)
Lili Boulanger Psalm 130: Du fond de l’abîme (De Profundis)
Link: The orchestra now
*May 2, 2019, 7 pm
- Soprano Soloist, Verdi Requiem, Oratorio Society, Kent Tritle, Director
Isaac Stern Auditorium, Carnegie Hall
Link: Oratorio Society of N.Y.
*May 9, 2019 8 pm
6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
THE ORCHESTRA NOW at Carnegie Hall (May 2, 7 p.m.). Only Leon Botstein, the conductor, could have come up with something like this — a concert made up of four settings of Psalm 130, “De Profundis,” all completely different. Virgil Thomson’s is for an a cappella choir, sung by the Bard Festival Chorale; Joachim Raff’s is for an orchestra, an eight-part choir and a soprano (here, Elizabeth de Trejo); Lera Auerbach’s is a violin concerto, with the soloist Vadim Repin; and, best of all, there’s a chance to hear the mighty version by Lili Boulanger, a prodigy who died far too young, at just 24, in 1918. 212-247-7800, carnegiehall.org