Los Angeles, CA
Gobsmackd | Performance
The award-winning St. George's Weybridge College Youth Choir from England will be performing at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on Saturday, February 13 as part of their 2016 California Choral Tour!
805 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo NY 14209
HGrant | Singing
The Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus Presents
Featuring Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms
Sunday, February 14, 2016 at 7:00 pm
Toronto Mendels... | Conducting
This annual concert brings together a pot pourri of classical and contemporary choral music, two great choirs, and five conductors. It is the culmination of the TMC’s annual Choral Conductors’ Symposium where five emerging conductors from across North America spend an intensive week of workshops and rehearsals with Artistic Director Noel Edison.
Collette Royer | Children/Youth
Yes, Real Men Sing!® — and they get better at it every year. Reed Spencer, choral conductor, lyric baritone, and choral educator, joins us as choral clinician. The YMCF is a single, jam-packed day of music, camaraderie, pizza, and performance for choral young men in grades eight through twelve — with continuing education opportunities for choral educators and conductors. Friday, Jan. 29, 2015, from 1 to 8 p.m. on the campus of Rhode Island College. For more information: http://www.providencesingers.org/YMCF/index.php
Marie Lamboeuf |
York Choral Society (NYChoral) and NYChoral Orchestra under the baton of
Music Director David Hayes will perform celebrated Estonian composer Arvo Pärt’s 1985 composition Te Deum in conjunction with Beethoven’s Mass in C on Friday evening, February 5, 2016, 8 p.m. at
Stern Hall at Carnegie Hall. Soloists will include soprano Caroline Worra,
mezzo-soprano Leah Wool, tenor Dominick Chenes, and baritone Corey McKern.
Pärt Te Deum
Beethoven Mass in C, Op. 86
New York, NY
Marie Lamboeuf |
To honor Arvo Pärt, one of the world’s most remarkable and frequently performed composers alive today, the NewYork Choral Society, the Mannes School of Music at the New School, and the Arvo Pärt Project have designated Sunday, January 24, 2016 as Arvo Pärt Day. Open to the public with free admission, celebratory events are scheduled to take place from 1 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. at the Tishman Auditorium of the New School for the Performing Arts, 13th Street & Fifth Avenue.
Up first is a screening of “The Lost Paradise,” a film on Arvo Pärt and Robert Wilson by Günter Atteln. Woven into the documentary is the filming of “Adam’s Passion,” a music theatre piece featuring three key works by Pärt, directed by internationally renowned Robert Wilson and premiered in a former submarine factory in Tallinn in May 2015.
At 2:45, members of the New York Choral Society and the Mannes Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro David Hayes, will perform excerpts of Pärt’s music. “It is a great privilege for me to conduct Maestro Pärt’s ineffable music as part of the events of Avro Pärt Day. Arvo Pärt is a man who eschews the turbulence of modern life, who has looked deeply into the past, and who has come to enrich our lives with music of contemplation and consonance.”
At 3:45 a symposium panel moderated by Dr. Peter Bouteneff, will discuss the far-reaching impact of Arvo Pärt’s compositions. Other panel members include Dr. Nicholas Reeves, Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, and John Schaefer.
Houston Choral ... | General, Participation, Recruitment, Rehearsal, Singing, Volunteer
Houston Choral Showcase invites singers to audition for the upcoming spring season. This show choir performs Broadway, pop, jazz, swing, etc. with rehearsals starting in January for performances in April through June.
Walnut Creek, CA
Sarah Koller-Di... | Adults/Seniors, Civic Engagement, Community Outreach, Education, General, Networking, Participation, Performance, Professional, Recruitment, Rehearsal, Singing, Volunteer
If you were lucky enough to see the Diablo Women’s Chorale holiday show in December, then you know what fun and music are all about. The Chorale sang a dozen tunes in both new versions and old, and had the audience of 350 standing on their feet in a finale sing-along.
The Chorale is looking for more lucky singers to join them for this upcoming year, 2016. The spring season promises to be a rousing time with selections from Queen, Elvis and recent Disney princess ballads.
300 S. Minnesota Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57104
South Dakota Chorale | General
Artistic Director Brian Schmidt will lead the South Dakota Chorale in breathing new life into two lost Masses for choir and organ by composer Marcel Tyberg, who was tragically killed at Auschwitz during the Holocaust. Christopher Jacobson is the organist.
Tickets: $20 General Admission $5 Students with ID
Available at http://www.southdakotachorale.com/concerts
or at the door.