Principal Conductor Bernard Labadie leads Orchestra of St. Luke’s through three concerts at Carnegie Hall, featuring performances by violinist Daniel Hope, and pianists Jeremy Denk and Beatrice Rana.

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Carnegie Hall presents Orchestra of St. Luke’s for the 33rd consecutive season with three bold programs that invite audiences to hear their favorite composers in new and unexpected ways, from Bach’s keyboard concertos performed on modern piano, to a program entirely of Baroque works for double orchestra, and concluding with four monumental works by Beethoven, including the Choral Fantasy and Mass in C Major, as part of Carnegie Hall’s celebration of the composer’s 250th birthday.