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10 Mar 2019 10 Mar 2019

Seattle Pro Musica Presents: Pacific Voices

Seattle Pro Musica
Trinity Lutheran Church

In March, we celebrate the universal allure of a cappellachoral music with a showcase of works by contemporary Asian and Asian-American composers, including the Indian subcontinent. The composers whose works are represented include Hyo-Won Woo, Sungji Hong, Chen Yi, Zhou Long, Budi Susanto Yohanes, Victor Paranjoti, and A.R. Rahman. Of these, Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire) is probably the most familiar to American audiences for his prolific body of work for film and stage, earning him the nickname “the Mozart of Madras.”

10 Mar 2019 10 Mar 2019

American Folk Songs

Assabet Valley Mastersingers
St. Mark's School Performance Hall

Assabet Valley Mastersingers will showcase a stirring array of American Folk Songs. The program will include both sets of Aarom Copland'ss Old American Songs; Gwyneth walker's River Songs,commisioned  by AVM in 1996; and four compelling folk song arrangements by Mark Wilberg.

11 Mar 2019 11 Mar 2019

Lux Aeterna at Grace Cathedral

Manhattan Concert Productions
Grace Cathedral

A work to behold, don't miss John Rutter's enchanting "Requiem", performed by the Masterwork Festival Chorus, professional orchestra and soprano soloist, led by conductor Sandra Snow at San Franciscos majestic Grace Cathedral.

16 Mar 2019 16 Mar 2019

Cantare Con Vivo presens Verdi's Requiem

Cantare Con Vivo
Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church

The Cantare Chorale, 120 fabulous singers strong, will join with soloists and full orchestra to present one of the pinnacles of Western Art, Verdi’s Requiem. This historical text has been assembled over several hundreds of years and remains relevant today in its addressing personal loss, hope, grief, joy, sorrow, mercy, and acceptance. The sheer grandeur of sound (eight trumpets!), with the expressive melodic and harmonic style of Verdi’s writing, will most certainly find its way into your soul.

17 Mar 2019 17 Mar 2019

Magnificat: Music in Celebration of International Women's Day

Distinguished Concerts International New York
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall

In celebration of International Women’s Day, DCINY guest conductor Nancy Menk leads an orchestra and all-female choir in various choral works. DCINY Artistic Director and principal conductor Jonathan Griffith conducts John Rutter’s Magnificat with the Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International.

17 Mar 2019 17 Mar 2019

Princeton Pro Musica and the Roxey Ballet Present “Carmina Burana”

Princeton Pro Musica
Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall, Princeton University

The Princeton Pro Musica chorus and orchestra and Lambertville’s Roxey Ballet present a fully choreographed performance of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana.

22 Mar 2019 24 Mar 2019

RETROSPECTIVE: The Homecoming Concert | ECMC 25th Anniversary Silver Season

Empire City Mens Chorus
Church of the Holy Apostle

Have you ever seen multiple Artistic Directors conduct ECMC in a single night? Neither have we!

23 Mar 2019 23 Mar 2019

Sacred Splendor

Our Lady Queen of Angels Church

Meistersingers presents some of the greatest a cappella repertoire tehy could find, all pieces selected have never been done by the group before.  These under-performed pieces are not lesser works, however.  A gorgeous concert that will inspire you.

23 Mar 2019 23 Mar 2019

ProMusica Arizona presents Mountain Days: The John Muir Musical in Concert

ProMusica Arizona Chorale & Orchestra
North Valley Christian Academy

 We are pleased to announce that our 2018-2019 season will be conducted by Patti Graetz.  With a music career spanning more than 30 years.  Ms Graetz is a skilled conductor, gifted opera singer, and experienced voice and piano teacher.  You may remember her from previous years as ProMusica Arizona's Assistant Chorale Conductor and Women in Song Director. $22, Seniors & Military $20, Student (16-22 yo) $12, Student Rust Tickets (16-22 yo; 15 min prior to show and Children under 16 Free

23 Mar 2019 23 Mar 2019

Sorrow and Joy: An Evening of Mozart and Rossini

The Choral Society of Pensacola
Cokesbury Church

Experience Mozart’s "Exsultate, Jubilate," a soul’s joyous celebration of sunshine after storm, and Rossini’s "Stabat Mater," a moving portrayal of Mary’s grief at the foot of the cross.

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