NYP Considered

June 6, 2010

In case you missed it, New York Polyphony  got a great “shout out” on the weekend edition of the NPR program All Things Considered.  The segment was devoted to the best new classical music releases and we’re thrilled to report that Tudor City was among them.  (We lead the segment, in fact!)  What’s more, a preview track (Andrew Smith’s Surrexit Christus) is available on the NPR website.

Click the link below to listen to the full segment, the preview track or the entire program.


For those of you who are here because you heard us on NPR, thanks very much for stopping by.  (And thanks for all the emails!)  We love hearing from you.  Click HERE to send us a message.  But know that we don’t have a mailing list in a traditional sense.  If you’d like to follow what we’re doing, you have three options:

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Finally, if you’d like to purchase Tudor City (or our first CD, I sing the birth) please visit Amazon or Allegro Music.