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THE G&S SOCIETY'S 2022 – 2023 SEASON
Note our new location: 500 Eighth Avenue, 3rd Floor
Friday, September 16
David Seatter Presents The Silly Season (Life and Love in the Spring)
Friday, June 16th at 7:30pm
The program will be a concert, organized by David Seatter, of Spring-themed items.
Featuring Vicky Devany, Paula Hoza, and Ben Pologe.
William Hicks accompanying on piano.
No admission charge, but attendees invited to become members; basic dues $40/year. Basic Covid protocols: audience members should be masked.
• Jesse Shereff, one of the most prominent and influential members of the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of New York, died suddenly on January 2, 2020, at the age of 79. A Society member since 1966, Jess served as President from 1975 to 1978, was Editor of The Palace Peeper for several years in the 1980s and, most recently, held the title of Celestial Drudge. Read our full tribute to Jess.
• In October 2018, our dear friend Andrea Stryker-Rodda passed away. Andi volunteered to play the piano at hundreds of our meetings since the early 1980s and was similarly generous to other Gilbert and Sullivan groups and gatherings over the years. We will miss her deeply.
Palace Peeper Archive
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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
"Sorry Her Lot" (H.M.S. Pinafore), Alexis Cregger
"Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast" (The Pirates of Penzance), Matt Hughes
"Poor Wand'ring One" (The Pirates of Penzance), Alexis Cregger
"Whom Thou Hast Chained Must Wear His Chain" (Princess Ida), Cameron Smith
"Oh Foolish Fay" (Iolanthe), Hanne Dollase
"The Nightmare Song" (Iolanthe), Samuel Silvers
"As Some Day It May Happen" (The Mikado), David Cantor