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Carnegie Hall Citywide:
Kayleigh Decker, Mezzo-Soprano
Madeline Slettedahl, Piano

Saturday, January 11, 2020 3 PM St. Michael's Church
Kayleigh Decker, Madeline Slettedahl by Simon Pauly
“Dulcet-toned” (The Wall Street Journal) mezzo-soprano Kayleigh Decker has a must-hear voice. A superb song interpreter, she was named one of Caramoor’s 2018 Schwab Vocal Rising Stars; she was also part of the inaugural season of Renée Fleming’s SongStudio at Carnegie Hall. Decker’s operatic triumphs include a recent Lyric Opera of Chicago debut in Mozart’s Idomeneo, and title roles in operas by Rossini and Handel. She has also been featured on the concert stage, singing in Bach’s Mass in B Minor, Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem, and more.

Part of: Carnegie Hall Citywide


Kayleigh Decker, Mezzo-Soprano
Madeline Slettedahl, Piano


TRAD. Selections from Songs of the Suffragettes
·· "Let Us All Speak Our Minds"
·· "Give the Ballot to the Mothers"
·· "Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be?"

PRICE "Out of the South Blew a Wind"

PRICE "Night"

PRICE "Sympathy"

A. MAHLER Fünf Lieder
·· Die stille Stadt
·· In meines Vaters Garten
·· Laue Sommernacht
·· Bei dir ist es traut
·· Ich wandle unter Blumen

CHAMINADE "Ronde d'amour"

TAILLEFERRE "Non, la fidélité"

L. BOULANGER "Dans l'immense tristesse"

N. BOULANGER "Soir d'hiver"

SMYTH Three Songs

Venue Information

St. Michael’s Church
225 West 99th Street (at Amsterdam Avenue) | Manhattan
saintmichaelschurch.org | 212-222-2700

Howard Gilman Foundation

Lead support for Carnegie Hall Citywide is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation.

Additional support is provided by the A. L. and Jennie L. Luria Foundation.

Public support for this concert is provided by New York City Council Member Mark Levine.

This concert is part of the Marilyn Horne legacy at Carnegie Hall.

In honor of the centenary of his birth, Carnegie Hall’s 2019–2020 season is dedicated to the memory of Isaac Stern in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to Carnegie Hall, arts advocacy, and the field of music.

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