The Choral Arts Foundation Calendar welcomes announcements for all choral events in our community. If you know the dates, even tentative ones, for future concerts, please let us know.
Winter and Spring 2015 Season
Friday January 23, 6:30 pm. Saturday January 24, 6:30 pm, Sunday January 25, 4:30 pm, Monroe Town Hall, Monroe, N.H.
North Country Chorus presents its 34th Annual Madrigal Dinner, Hello, Columbus! Enjoy an evening of music, mirth, magic, dance, and a sumptuous feast as Christopher Columbus returns to the Spanish court of Isabella and Ferdinand to report on his discoveries and display the “riches” he brought back – or not! Ticket information and full details at northcountrychorus.org
Saturday January 24, 3 pm, Norwich Congregational Church, Norwich, Vt.
Sunday January 25, 3 pm, Lyme Congregational Church, Lyme, N.H.
Cantabile women’s chorus, under the direction of Erma Mellinger and accompanied by Jeanne Chambers, performs their winter concert, The Place of The Blest. The program is a wonderfully varied showcase highlighting the group’s versatility and featuring works by Monteverdi, Thompson, Vivaldi, and Victoria . Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students. Children 13 and under are free. Tickets available at the door or in advance at Janet Flanders Travel in Norwich, Vt.
Saturday February 7, 1 – 5:30 pm
Dartmouth College Church of Christ, Hanover, N.H.
CAFUV invites Upper Valley choir directors (community, church, school) to gather together for a Choir Director Summit. The gathering offers choir directors a chance to talk with each other, to sing together, and to explore new ideas. If you’d like to help with practicalities or if you’d like to share an octavo with the group, please contact Patricia at email@example.com or 802.785.4740.
Saturday May 2
Sunday May 3
Cantabile presents their spring concert. Program, times, venues TBA.
Saturday May 2, 7 pm, location TBA
Sunday May 3, 3 pm, First Congregational Church UCC, Springfield, Vt.
The Springfield Community Chorus, directed by Ken Olsson, presents The Creation by Joseph Haydn. Considered by many to be Haydn’s crowning achievement, the oratorio, composed between 1796 and 1798, commemorates and celebrates the creation narrative found in the book of Genesis and John Milton’s epic poem, “Paradise Lost.” Accompaniment is provided by an ensemble of instrumentalist, and the performance features numerous solos as well as choral pieces.
Saturday May 2, 7 pm, Lebanon United Methodist Church, Lebanon, N.H.
Sunday May 3, 4 pm, North Universalist Chapel, Woodstock, Vt.
The Bel Canto Chamber Singers present their spring concert. Program TBA. Admission: $12, students $6, 12 and under free.
How to List Your Event
Please send your listings to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the name of your group, date, time, location of performance plus a brief description of the music, ticket information, and contact telephone and/or email.