On Tuesday 27th February, Tito Muñoz will make his Carnegie Hall debut in a sold-out performance of Carl Orff’s iconic work, Carmina Burana as part of Carnegie Hall’s city-wide festival, ‘Fall of the Weimar Republic: Dancing on the Precipice’. Tito will lead over 200 musicians in the Stern Auditorium, consisting of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Young People’s Chorus of New York City and soloists Ying Fang, Nicholas Phan and Norman Garrett. Tito is thrilled to lead the Carnegie Hall audience through this performance, “Carmina is a big piece in every way, and it’s become one of the most memorable pieces, one of the most recognised pieces in the world…it’s always a spectacle, almost a festive gathering of people…it’s definitely fun for me to take an entire room of people through this.”

Tito is halfway through a busy 23/24 season, with engagements across the US and Europe including performances with the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec, New European Ensemble, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, Juilliard Orchestra and Minnesota Orchestra. Born in Queens, New York and beginning his musical training as a violinist in New York City public schools, Tito’s Carnegie debut with the Orchestra of St Luke’s, with whom he enjoys a close association, will be a memorable occasion.