Nov 20 Sunday
The Hampshire Choral Society returns to live performance with Vivaldi's celebrated Gloria and Credo, for chorus, orchestra and soloists. Also on the program will be the Young People's Chorus, directed by K.C. Conlan.
Electric Earth Concerts is delighted to present RELIC, on Sunday, November 20 at 4 pm at the Park Theatre in Jaffrey, New Hampshire.
RELIC is a small chamber orchestra with the goal of producing textured, theatrical performances for an all-engaging experience. The players are inspired to usher baroque music in a fresh, spirited direction. Their aim is to create thoughtful performances at the highest level; share the joy of their art; and educate people about the rich, ornamental wonders of their first love, historical performance. EEC’s final performance of the season will be on the Park Theatre’s generous stage in a concert of baroque concerti and other masterworks by the greatest composers of their age, performed by the young virtuosi of RELIC, an ensemble specializing in performance on period instruments.
The concert will include performances by Alessandro Scarlatti, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach, George Friederic Handel, and Arcangelo Corelli. General admission is $30, payable online at electricearthconcerts.org. or with cash or checks at the door. Students may attend for free.
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Dec 03 Saturday
A celebration of the season, with two choirs, a brass quartet, handbells, and pipe organ. There will be opportunities for the audience to join in singing.
Dec 04 Sunday
Chorus North Shore presents Handel's Messiah on Sunday, December 4, 2022, at 3pm. They are joined by the Presto! Festival Orchestra.
Where: Our Lady of Hope Church, 1 Pineswamp Rd. in Ipswich.
Conductor: Sonja Dahlgren PryorSoloists: Erin Smith, soprano; Stephanie Scarcella, contralto; Omar Najimi, tenor; Nathan Halbur, bass.
Tickets:General admission $22; at the door $28Senior / Student $19; at the door $23
Masks recommended per CDC guidelines
The Mount Holyoke College Choral Forces presents the annual Vespers concert. The selected music ensembles will perform first at Abbey Chapel on the Mount Holyoke College campus in South Hadley, MA at 4 pm and 7:30 pm on Sunday, December 4, 2022. This performance is free and open to the public. The ensembles will then travel to New York City for a third performance at St. Bartholomew’s Church at 8 pm on Saturday, December 10, 2022.
Close to 200 students will participate. The performance features the Mount Holyoke College Choral Forces — Chorale, Glee Club and Chamber Singers — all conducted by Visiting Lecturer in Music and Interim Director of Choral Studies Rachel Feldman. The English Handbell Ensemble, Vocal and Chamber Jazz Ensembles, directed by Director of Jazz Ensembles Mark Gionfriddo and the Flute Choir, directed by Director of Flute Choir Alison Hale ’75, will also perform.
This joyous concert is a beloved College tradition that has brought students, faculty, staff and community members together for generations. Join us for an illuminating performance of a candlelight processional, carol singing and music spanning numerous genres to celebrate the holiday season.
Mount Holyoke Campus, Abbey ChapelDate: Sunday, December 4 at 4 pm and 7:30 pm(Doors open 35 minutes before the performance)Tickets: Free admission
Dec 17 Saturday
More than 180 musicians of the PVS Orchestra, Chorus, and Youth Orchestra bring you an evening full of holiday spirit, featuring singalong favorites and a mischievous new commission Christmas Extravaganza from Puerto Rican composer Iván Enrique Rodríguez.
Mar 26 Sunday
Concert organist Nathaniel Gumbs is Director of Chapel Music at Yale University, where he coordinates music for three worshipping communities. Mr. Gumbs will be performing on The First Church's Richards, Fowkes organ. The programme will include music by Bach, Buxtehude, Mendelssohn, and Sowande.
Apr 16 Sunday
The Frisson Winds are an explosive group of the new generations of musicians: Thomas Gallant, oboe; Bixby Kennedy, clarinet; and Remy Taghavi, bassoon. They will be joined by pianist Marika Bournaki. All are graduates of the top U.S. music schools.
The ensemble will play works by Mozart, Glinka, Beethoven, Francaix, d'Rivera, Chopin, Ravel, and Schmitt.
Masks are required and social distancing will be available.