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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.

Kearsarge Chorale Concert

April 22 at 7:00 pm and April 23 at 3:00pm

Kearsarge Chorale will present a program of light-hearted music in celebration of spring, summer and love,  including modern settings of Shakespeare texts and a Stephen Sondheim medley –  Saturday, April 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 23rd at 3:00 p.m. at the Sawyer Center Theater in the Sawyer Arts Center, Colby-Sawyer College, 541 Main St., New London, NH 03257.  Tickets ($10.00 each or $30.00 for a family of three or more) will be available at the door and  (beginning April 1st) at  Morgan Hill Bookstore and Tatewell Gallery in New London.

Freelance Family Singers

May 6 & 7 – Save the Date for our Spring Concert!

More information to come soon.

Springfield Community Chorus Spring Concert

Sunday, May 7 at 3:00pm – Springfield High School Auditorium

Springfield Community Chorus will be presenting a choral grand finale to their 50th year celebration. They will be collaborating with the Bennington County Choral Society to sing “the Ode to Joy” from Beethoven’s symphony No. 9 accompanied by a full orchestra. A former chorus director of SCC , Candace Montesi, will be part of the program conducting some of her favorite pieces. The chorus will also perform an original piece written by Vermont composer Zeke Hecker for the chorus’s 50th year celebration. The concert in Springfield will be at the high school auditorium on Sunday, May 7th at 3:00 pm. Put this date on your calendar for an afternoon of fine music.

This same concert will be presented in Bennington ,Vt. the previous evening, May 6th at the Mt. Anthony Union Middle School,747 East Rd., Woodford, Vt. 05201.

Handel Society of Dartmouth College Spring Concert

May 20 – Spaulding Auditorium, Hanover 8:00pm

Dvořák  Stabat Mater, Op. 58

J.S. Bach Magnificat

The Handel Society of Dartmouth College is the nation’s oldest town-gown choral society offers transformative musical experiences through the performance of major choral-orchestral works, both old and new. In 2016/2017, the 100-voice ensemble performs the music of some of today’s most esteemed choral composers.

Cantabile Women’s Chorus

Saturday, June 3 & Sunday, June 4

More details to come soon!

Ogontz Choral Workshop

Sunday July 23 through Saturday July 29

Now in its 28th season, the Ogontz Choral Workshop will take place from Sunday 23 July to Saturday 29 July at Ogontz Camp, a beautiful retreat in Lyman, New Hampshire. This is an extraordinary opportunity for singers, church musicians, and choral conductors to work on choral repertoire with some of the world’s leading choral directors. Participants will delve into Edward Elgar’s The Dream of Geronitus with renowned British choral conductor David Hill, director of the UK’s BBC Singers and The Bach Choir, as well as Yale University’s Schola Cantorum. Hill will also lead singers through an exploration of European Sacred Music (Oxford Choral Classics, ed. John Rutter), an anthology of over 50 choral gems from the last five centuries, and will lead a Conductor’s Seminar in which participants can receive mentoring in directing singers. Mezzo-soprano Paula Rockwell of Acadia University, Nova Scotia, will lead master classes and sessions in vocal technique.

Students enrolled in college are eligible for a discounted rate. Other participants can take advantage of an Early Bird Discount through March 15. Full details and registration are available at ogontzarts.com. Questions? Contact Claire Meadat 215-962-2998 or claire@ogontzarts.com.

How to List Your Event

Please send your listings to info@choralartsuv.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.

 

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