About the Society

Meeting Information

All regular meetings take
place at 7:30 p.m. at
Pearl Studios
500 Eighth Avenue., NYC
(Between 35th & 36th Streets)

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The Jay Newman Lectures

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our Jay Newman Lecture series.

Society Officers

Dan Kravetz
President & Editor
of The Palace Peeper

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Frances Yasprica
Corresponding Secretary
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Philip Sternenberg
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We are affiliated with
The Gilbert & Sullivan Society
London, England

News from the Society


We hope you'll join us at our meetings during the 2017-2018 season!

Please note the new location for our meetings: Pearl Studios at 500 Eighth Avenue.

Saturday, September 16
Wednesday, October 18
Tuesday, November 14
Saturday, December 16
Friday, January 19, 2018
Tuesday, February 13
Tuesday, March 20
Friday, April 13
Monday, May 14
Saturday, June 16

Upcoming Program

A Concert Performance of THE MIKADO

Saturday, September 16, at 7:30 PM

Our first meeting of the season — at Pearl Studios — will be a concert performance of "The Mikado," including cast members David Cantor, David Bell, Keith Jurosko, Nicholas Wuehrmann, Karen Cantor, Lynne Greene Brooke, Kathy Quinn-Vacccari, with Erica Rome at piano and Dan Kravetz conducting and the audience singing chorus.

Palace Peeper Archive

You can now access Palace Peeper issues dating back to 1972! Click here to visit the full archive.

Society Performances

Meetings of The G&S Society of New York feature some of the city's finest performances of favorites and lesser-known gems from the canon of Gilbert & Sullivan.

Enjoy some of these past recordings for a taste of what you can find at our ten concert meetings each season.

"Fair Moon to Thee I Sing" (H.M.S. Pinafore), Richard Holmes

"Poor Wand'ring One" (The Pirates of Penzance), Alexis Cregger

"Sorry Her Lot" (H.M.S. Pinafore), Alexis Cregger

"Whom thou hast chained must wear his chain" (Princess Ida), Cameron Smith

"The Nightmare Song" (Iolanthe), Samuel Silvers