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April, 2018

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Connecticut Master Chorale

Jubilate Deo! (O Be Joyful in the Lord!) - by Dan Forrest; Songs of Celebration - by Paul Basler

Tina Johns Heidrich, Conductor

Dan Forrest's "Jubilate Deo" brings to life the global aspect of the traditional Psalm 100 text, "O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands," by setting verses of it, each in a different language, and drawing from a wide spectrum of musical influences. Each movement combines some characteristics of its language-group's musical culture with the composer's own musical language. The result is a stunning global celebration of joy, as all the earth sings as one, "omnis terra, jubilate!" - "all the earth, rejoice!"

Paul Basler's "Songs of Celebration" is a cycle of six songs celebrating the American spirit. They include Psalm 150, Ubi Caritas, Be Thou My Vision, Sing to the Lord, Psalm 23 and Alleluia.

Accompanied by the Connecticut Master Chorale Orchestra and joined soprano soloist Louise Fauteux.

Venue: 3:00
First Congregational Church
164 Deer Hill Ave.
Danbury, CT 06810

Tickets: $25 ($20 if purchased in advance)

Contact: Ticket office - 203-743-0473


Friday, April 13, 2018

CONCORA: Connecticut Choral Artists

You're in LUCK!

Join CONCORA and friends at this fun, festive event to support choral music in our community. All proceeds benefit CONCORA's artistic, educational, and outreach programs.

Cast your superstitions aside and join CONCORA on Friday, April 13th for an enchanted evening of music, dancing, fine food, cocktails, and live and silent auctions! Co-hosts Jermaine Woodard Jr. and Cynthia Mellon will be joined by DJ Mark Castillo, with live entertainment provided by members of CONCORA, including national musical theater performer Thomas Craig Buckley at the piano. Enjoy hors d’ouevres, dinner, coffee and dessert with cash bar. Tickets are just $80 per person; reservations are required. Tickets will remain on sale until midnight on Tuesday, April 10.

Venue: The Pond House Café at Elizabeth Park, 1555 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, CT. Plenty of free, on-site parking is available.

Tickets: Tickets $80 per person at Reservations required. Tickets are on sale until midnight on April 10.

Contact: Cynthia Mellon,


Friday, April 20, 2018

Farmington Valley Chorale

Passages--Seasons of Life

The Farmington Valley Chorale’s concert "Passages – the Seasons of Life" explores how we experience time passing at different stages of life. The program includes Brahms' profound Nänie and Corigliano's poignant setting of Dylan Thomas' poem, Fern Hill. The Chorale performs with orchestra and mezzo-soprano Meredith Ziegler on Friday, April 20th at 7:30 at Valley Community Baptist Church in Avon, Connecticut. Tickets and information at

Venue: Friday, April 20, 7:30 p.m.
Valley Community Baptist Church, Avon

Tickets: $20 at the door or purchase through website at



Sunday, April 22, 2018

Cappella Cantorum

Haydn's 'The Creation'

Sarah Callinan, Brian Cheney and David Pittsinger headline Cappella's spring concert

Celebrate Earth Day and the creation of our beautiful planet by attending Cappella Cantorum Masterworks Chorus' performance of Joseph Haydn's "The Creation" Sunday, April 22, 3 p.m. at John Winthrop Middle School, 1 Winthrop Road, Deep River. Simon Holt will lead the chorus, professional soloists and orchestra. Soloists will be internationally known Bass David Pittsinger, Tenor Brian Cheney and Soprano Sarah Callinan.. Haydn's oratorio depicts the creation of the world from darkness and chaos to the creation of light, order and harmony. It is considered one of Haydn's finest works. Tickets are $25 purchased in advance, $30 at the door.
For more information or tickets visit or call 860-526-1038.

Venue: 3 p.m., John Winthrop Middle School, 1 Winthrop Road, Deep River, CT

Tickets: $25 purchased in advance, $30 at the door.

Contact: Claudia Epright, 860-526-1038


Sunday, April 22, 2018

Connecticut Chamber Choir


Celebrating CCC's 40th Anniversary Season

The program title is inspired by a featured work: Gene Koshinski's Concerto for Marimba and Choir with Percussion. Guest Artist Craig Bitterman, marimba, is joined by percussionists Nathan Eby, Eric Garcia, and David Bergman in this compelling contemporary work. Duruflé’s Requiem, in which the composer “clothed archaic melodies in up-to-date harmonies,” opens the concert. Guest Artists Terry Eldh, soprano, and Daniel Hague, baritone—well-known to Fairfield County concert goers—join CCC’s collaborative accompanist, Galen Tate, organ, and the choir. Works by Jonathan Dove and Morten Lauridsen round out the program.

Venue: 3:00 PM
St. John's Episcopal Church
628 Main Street
Stamford, CT

Tickets: Suggested donation $20 at the door



Sunday, April 29, 2018

CONCORA: Connecticut Choral Artists

Mozart Requiem

The Mozart Requiem will be performed in memory of CONCORA singer and staff member Christine Laird, who passed away on March 16, 2018.

What is it about Mozart’s Requiem that makes it a perennial favorite? From the time it was completed in 1792 by Mozart’s student Franz Süssmayer, it has never been out of the repertoire. Perhaps the appeal lies in its sheer beauty and the intimacy, not always apparent in large-scale performances, with which Mozart sets this timeless text. With characteristic genius and grace, Mozart connects musical and spiritual realms, and by overlaying the natural restraints of neoclassicism with the passion of Romanticism, he depicts in music the peace of eternal rest alongside the bone-chilling fear of eternal torment.

Composed just as Mozart was reaching the height of his creative powers, the Requiem offers exquisite melodies, rich orchestration, and a dramatic sweep that remain compelling after more than two centuries.

The program also includes Michael Tippett's Five Spirituals from A Child of Our Time, stunning arrangements of African-American spirituals that form the structural pillars of this World War II oratorio, much as Bach used chorales in his Passion settings.

Venue: St James’s Episcopal Church
1018 Farmington Ave
West Hartford CT
4:00 PM

Tickets: $10-$55

Contact: CONCORA


Sunday, April 29, 2018


GMChorale to Present Carissimi’s Baroque Oratorio, "Jepthe"

On April 29, GMChorale will present Giacomo Carissimi’s oratorio, "Jephte," in a concert program designed to represent the Renaissance and Baroque periods.

On April 29, GMChorale will present Giacomo Carissimi’s oratorio, "Jephte," in a concert program designed to represent the Renaissance and Baroque periods. To complement the oratorio, the ensemble will present other choral gems of the Renaissance and Baroque periods in this final concert of the “Resounding Voices” series.

Carissimi established much of what is now considered traditional to the Baroque oratorio, including the use of a narrator linking vocal soloists and the chorus, with the alternation of recitatives and arias. "Jephte" is an historical exemplar of the mid 17th Century oratorio and is based on the story of Jephthah in the Old Testament Book of Judges. Chapter 11 provides the narrative of Israelite captain Jephthah’s sacrifice of his daughter in exchange for victory over the Ammonites. The libretto for "Jepthe" expands on the Biblical text from Judges: the description of the battle, the song of victory, the revelation scene between Jephthah and his daughter, the daughter’s lament and the choral climax. This work is the beginning of oratorio as a genre, and is important for establishing the form of oratorio unaccompanied by dramatic action.

When GMChorale’s voices resound this season, it undoubtedly will be a feast for the senses! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear Giacomo Carissimi’s heartbreakingly beautiful oratorio, "Jephte," a story of loss and reconciliation set to some of the most exquisite music of the early Baroque period.

You are invited to listen to GMChorale and experience the beauty, joy, and comfort found in great music on Sunday, April 29, 2018, at 4:00 p.m. at the MHS Performing Arts Center, 200 La Rosa Lane, Middletown, CT. Please visit for further information and tickets, which range from $15-$35.

GMChorale is funded, in part, through a grant from the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, with support from the Middletown Commission On The Arts and also the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Venue: MHS Performing Arts Center, 200 La Rosa Lane, Middletown, CT

Tickets: Ticket costs are $15-35
Visit for tickets and further information



Sunday, April 29, 2018

Waterbury Chorale

Mendelssohn's Elijah

A Musical Event that will include noted reginal soloists.

The Waterbury Chorale under the direction of Joseph J. Jacovino Jr. will perform Mendelssohn’s Elijah on Sunday, April 30th. With the addition of the Waterbury Chorale Festival this production will be a glorious event and result in a sold out venue.

Venue: St. Johns Episcopal Church, 16 Church St. Waterbury, CT 06702 4:00 PM

Tickets: $25 advanced purchase and $30 At the door.
Tickets may be purchased on line at or 860-945-6890

Contact: Margarit Morley, 860-945-6890