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March, 2016

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Fairfield County Chorale


Fairfield County Chorale Celebrates Great American Music with Americana

The Fairfield County Chorale brings their 100 voices to the unique tradition of American choral music featuring selections by Copland, Lauridsen, Whitacre, Hogan, and Connecticut's own Charles Ives, as well as, music from choral traditions such as spirituals and shape note singing.

Stylistic diversity is the foundation of the concert: from the rousing patriotism of Connecticut composer Charles Ives; Aaron Copland's beautiful songbook, "Old American Songs;" Morten Lauridsen's mystical, "O Magnum Mysterium;" current choral music superstars Eric Whitacre’s "Lux Aurumque,"and Randall Thompson‘s "Alleluia," to the rich spirituals of Moses Hogan featuring "Motherless Child" and Nigerian-born Fela Sowande's "Heaven Bells are Ringin'".

Venue: Norwalk Concert Hall
125 East Ave
Norwalk CT 06851

Tickets: Tickets are $30 pre-order, $35 at the door. Electronic tickets at, or call 203-254-1333.

Contact: Call 203-254-1333 or email


Saturday, March 19, 2016

CONCORA: Connecticut Choral Artists

Exploring the St John Passion

CONCORA's 2016 Bach Festival

CONCORA invites the public to join us in an exploration of Bach’s Saint John Passion. The lectures, discussions, demonstrations, sing-in, and recital will all inform and enlighten CONCORA’s March 20 performance of this choral masterpiece, performed with members of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.

Highlights of the day on March 19 will include a discussion and sing-through of the Chorales from the Passion; a discussion of the visual art from the Wadsworth Atheneum that will accompany the performance; a recital by Emlyn Ngai, Baroque violinist; and a closing reception.

Venue: Saturday, March 19, 1:00 to 5:00 PM
South Church
90 Main Street, New Britain

Tickets: $25 for the day. Attendees may purchase a $20 concert ticket to the March 20th performance.



Sunday, March 20, 2016

CONCORA: Connecticut Choral Artists

J.S. Bach's St John Passion

CONCORA presents the St John Passion with members of the Hartford Symphony.

In this imaginative presentation of Bach’s earliest Passion setting, we highlight the “play within a play” structure of the work by using some of the singers to reenact the crowd scenes while the rest of the choir functions as a Greek chorus, commenting on the action. CONCORA is joined by members of the Hartford Symphony for this masterpiece, one of Bach’s most dramatic and powerful works.

Soloists include Matthew Anderson as the Evangelist, Stephan Barnicle, and Steven Small as Jesus.

Venue: Sunday, March 20 at 4 PM
Immanuel Congregational Church
10 Woodland Street, Hartford

Tickets: $55 Preferred, $35 General, $30 Senior, $10 Student