For the first time since the start of the pandemic, the glorious music performed at the annual Concert for Peace was once again enjoyed by audiences in person at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Manhattan.
After hosting virtual concerts for peace over the past two years on New Year’s Eve, members of the orchestra were overjoyed to not only share their craft, but to hear the applause of a live audience.
“This is huge for us,” Kent Tritle, the cathedral’s director of music, said. “It’s huge for me. We all got the chills.”
“We as performers love what we do, but the audience is such an
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