Commended worldwide for its mastery of a diverse repertoire
spanning the Baroque to the contemporary, St. Luke's Chamber
Ensemble is considered by many to be New York's preeminent
chamber group. Founded in 1974 at the Church of Saint
Luke-in-the-Fields in Greenwich Village, the ensemble currently
consists of 21 virtuoso artists who together form the artistic
nucleus of the Orchestra of St. Luke's, one of the world's
leading chamber orchestras. The St. Luke's collective has
produced more than 70 recordings, among them three Grammy
Award®–winning collaborations. For its Kennedy Center debutand
in celebration of 30 years of performanceSt. Luke's Chamber
Ensemble displays its "fresh and invigorating" (The New York
Times) style with five masterworks by Johann Sebastian Bach,
to include the fifth of his six spirit-lifting Brandenburg
Concertos, composed for flute, violin, and harpsichord.
All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.