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New Year's Eve Annual Concert for Peace in NYC

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I know it's a little early to talk about New Year's Eve, but since alot of people like to plan trips early I thought I would again post the concert on at St. John The Divine.

The concert is the Annual Concert for Peace hosted by Harry Smity (of CBS), there is usually a celebrity performer, like Judy Collins, last year we had Lauren Flannigan (from the Met Opera) and in years past the guest was Audra McDonald, so the concert is very well known.

The concert is free but you have to have a ticket and I would be very pleased to offer "family" tickets to Fodors friends.

You sit right behind the chorus (200 singers and full orchestra) so you have the best seats in the house and the entire cathedral is FULL every year.

Last year 2 families took me up on the offer and they said they had a great time, so if anyone is interested please let me know.

By the way that's me with the red hair sitting on the end of the soporano row. We always sing Beethoven's 9th Symphony and at least 2 other pieces often with the guest performer.

The concert starts at 7pm and we are usually out by 9pm so you can head elsewhere for dinner or parties.

So if this sounds like fun, please let me know.