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 2019-2020 season!

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

Saturday, September 14
Friday, October 18
Monday, November 18
Wednesday, December 18
Saturday, January 18, 2020
Tuesday, February 18
Monday, March 16
Wednesday, April 15
Wednesday, May 13
Saturday, June 20

In Memoriam

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.

Upcoming Program

We Have a Song We'd Like to Sing, O! (Again)

Monday, November 18, at 7:30 PM

We're doing it again! Your favorite G&S performers indulge their whims and fulfill their fantasies in songs of their choosing. Soloists include Richard Holmes, Sophia Mortensen, Chazmond Peacock, Ali Roselle, Sam Silvers, Nicholas Wuehrmann and whoever else may wander in. Accompanist: Bob Kosovsky.

Community singing from The Mikado. No reservations necessary. FREE ADMISSION! Feel free to bring friends!

Palace Peeper Archive

You can access our Palace Peeper newsletter issues from previous years back to 1937! Click here to visit the 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

"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