Kurt Weill U.S. Premiere this May!

On May 6 and 7, 2015 at Carnegie Hall, The Collegiate Chorale presents the U.S. premiere of The Road of Promise, a new concert adaptation of Kurt Weill and Franz Werfel’s epic 1937 stage spectacle, The Eternal Road. In a dramatic mix of opera and musical theater, biblical tales come to life as a 13-year old boy discovers the significance of his heritage and the power of community in face of adversity. Learn More and Buy Tickets! 

On May 7 at 6pm at Carnegie Hall there is a free Pre-Concert Lecture for May 7 ticket holders with Ted Sperling and Ed Harsh, co-sponsored by the Museum of Jewish Heritage.

Help Fund The Road of Promise Recording!

Please help The Collegiate Chorale make the first recording of Kurt Weill's magnificent work, The Road of Promise.   Make a tax-deductible donation to our Indiegogo campaign (until May 1, 2015), and help us reach our fundraising goal of $30,000. Perks include the recording itself, concert tickets to the live May 6-7, 2015 performances at Carnegie Hall, and more! Donate Now

New Blog Post: Realization of The Eternal Road

The last of three installments on The Road of Promise, this blog post explores the realization of The Eternal Road in 1937, and the piece's subsequent disappearance and adaptation into The Road of PromiseRead More

The Road of Promise Video

Watch the latest episode in The Chorale's video series, "The Road to THE ROAD OF PROMISE" to learn about the rich history of the piece. Watch Video

Spring Benefit on May 7

This spring, help support The Chorale's artistic and educational programs by attending our Spring Benefit on May 7!  Join us to enjoy cocktails, the performance of Kurt Weill's The Road of Promise, a seated dinner and dessert, and live celebrity auction at Carnegie Hall.  Learn More