Posts for Tag : classical

Village Church Chancel Choir: Tour Send-off Concert

Come bid the Village Church Chancel Choir bon voyage as they prepare to set out on their “Splendor of Eternal Light” concert tour to France. The choir will present a variety of favorite anthems and spirituals on the theme of light, featuring Morten Lauridsen’s masterpiece, Lux Aeterna.

The Village Community Presbyterian Church
6225 Paseo Delicias,
Rancho Santa Fe, Ca 92067

No admission charge

Free-will Offering

Childcare available

Greater San Diego Chamber Chorus: The Polish Connections

The Greater San Diego Chamber Chorus presents its grand finale of the season, with soloists Irene Marie Patton, soprano and Ania Helwing, soprano, and Mary Boles Allen, alto, accompanied by the Greater San Diego Chamber Orchestra and conducted by Dr. Angela Yeung.
Works include Handel’s Dixit Dominus, Schubert’s Mirjams Siegesgesang, Lutoslawski’s Lacrimosa, and Gorecki’s Totus Tuus.
E-mail Dr. Yeung at ayeung@sandiego.edu for program updates.

Pacific Coast Chorale: Hodie & Holiday Concert 2018

Hodie-This Day! is a concert of a magnificent work by one of the best-known composers of the Twentieth Century, Ralph Vaughn Williams.  This composition utilizes symphony orchestra, choruses, soloists and is a festive expression of the joy of the holiday season.   Singers of the Center Chorale are joined by the Pacific Chorale of San Diego and by professional soloists, and symphony orchestra to bring to life the vital music. Hodie is unique in the inclusion of a childrens chorus who sing narration of the story throughout the composition. Along with holiday arrangements by John Rutter, this will be a concert for sharing the spirit of the season.

Please join our magnificent combined choirs of Pacific Coast Chorale and Escondido Center Chorale for a special choral concert this December. Featuring a repertoire of the classical music, Ralph Vaughan Williams “Hodie” to John Rutter holiday favorites, and Jason Robert Brown’s “Chanukah Suite,” this performance promises to be the perfect holiday treat!

San Diego Festival Chorus: Musical Journeys

San Diego Festival Chorus presents its spring concert: The “Requiem” and songs from “West Side Story” and “The Wizard of Oz”.   The “Requiem” comes from the Englishmen, John Rutter.  It is a contemporary masterwork, a beautiful, simple requiem with an appeal  to all who hear it. From the amazing team of Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim comes “West Side Story”, an American musical that reflects issues of race and class in America’s 50s and 60s.the 50’s.  “The Wizard of Oz” story comes from the famous book and the delightful, singable songs from the the 1939 movie of that name.  These two are recent choral arrangements and share the enduring theme of American hopes and dreams.

Bach Collegium San Diego: Works by Bach, Scarlatti and Montiverdi

Bach Collegium San Diego presents a collection of vocal masterpieces displaying exceptional musical architecture, centering on Domenico Scarlatti’s Stabat Mater, a work displaying grandeur and a depth of expression, and Bach’s supremely crafted motet Jesu, meine Freude. An ensemble of 10 singers and basso continuo, led by guest conductor Scott Allen Jarrett, brings this exciting program to life.

Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater

J.S Bach, Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227

Claudio Monteverdi, Magnificat a 6

Heinrich Schütz, Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes

Schütz, Selig sind die Toten & Nunc Dimittis (from Musikalische Exequien)

 

Bach Collegium San Diego: Works by Bach, Scarlatti and Montiverdi

Bach Collegium San Diego presents a collection of vocal masterpieces displaying exceptional musical architecture, centering on Domenico Scarlatti’s Stabat Mater, a work displaying grandeur and a depth of expression, and Bach’s supremely crafted motet Jesu, meine Freude. An ensemble of 10 singers and basso continuo, led by guest conductor Scott Allen Jarrett, brings this exciting program to life.

Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater

J.S Bach, Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227

Claudio Monteverdi, Magnificat a 6

Heinrich Schütz, Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes

Schütz, Selig sind die Toten & Nunc Dimittis (from Musikalische Exequien)