Now in its 39th season, Orchestra of St. Luke’s
(OSL) is one of America’s foremost and most versatile ensembles. Dedicated to engaging audiences throughout New York City and beyond, OSL performs approximately 70 orchestral, chamber, and educational concerts each year—including an annual orchestra series
at Carnegie Hall, and an annual chamber music series
at The Morgan Library & Museum and Brooklyn Museum. OSL’s Principal Conductor is Pablo Heras-Casado.
Formed at the Caramoor International Music Festival in 1979, OSL returns to Katonah each summer for its annual residency. OSL collaborates regularly with the world’s great artists, such as Renée Fleming, Yo-Yo Ma, Jessye Norman, Anna Netrebko, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Mark Morris Dance Group, Peter Gabriel, Sting, Elton John, and many more. In March 2011, OSL opened The DiMenna Center for Classical Music
—its first permanent home, and New York City’s first rehearsal and recording facility dedicated to classical music.
Committed to community-building, OSL produces free concerts in each of the five boroughs as part of its Subway Series, free concerts devoted to the artistic process at The DiMenna Center as part of its OSL@DMC
series, and has engaged more than one million children in its Community & Education
programs. OSL’s stellar 70+ discography includes four releases on its own label, St. Luke’s Collection, and four Grammy Award-winning recordings. OSL has commissioned more than 50 new works and performed more than 150 world, U.S., and New York City premieres. For OSL’s calendar of events, tickets and more information, visit OSLmusic.org.