Listen to the music, experience the magic, then come to the concert!
Stan Satlin's Auratorio Americana is 60 minutes of original songs embracing the themes of love, peace and spirituality. Through the transformable power of music, it elevates listeners with its positive and uplifting message.
The words and music of Auratorio Americana are as relevant today as when first performed at New York's Central Presbyterian Church in 1976. A large-scale production with 100 voices and rhythm section was performed at Lincoln Center, and at many NYC churches and synagogues. With high praise and critical acclaim, the Auratorio was awarded a command performance at the Brooklyn Museum for the Diplomatic Corps of the United Nations.
In 2010, the music of Auratorio was introduced to Joel A. Martin, who became immediately interested in mounting such a socially and spiritually uplifting work. One year later, Auratorio was presented at Atlanta's Peachtree Presbyterian Church (America's largest), for a very enthusiastic audience. Music from the Auratorio Americana was presented at the first Footsteps of Mandela concert in Riverside Church NYC, the capstone event of International Mandela Day celebrations. The Auratorio Americana returned to its NYC roots. Now the music is sent out to the world.
Auratorio Americana inspires people to become the moving force behind positive transformation and progress, addressing the challenges of our world condition, and to become true citizens of the world.