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May, 2023

Sunday, May 7, 2023

Southington Festival Chorale

June is Bustin' Out All Over: A Spring Review

Our annual Spring concert.

Join us to celebrate Spring!

Selections include:

It's a Grand Night for Singing and Climb Every Mountain by Rodgers and Hammerstein II,
Alleluia by Randall Thompson, Ave Verum by Mozart, Scots Wha Hae, Loch Lomond, What Should We Dodo With A Drunken Sailor *featuring- Tenors and Basses, Hail Holy Queen (Sister Act Medley), I Could Have Danced All Night by Loewe/Lerner, Rhythm of life and June Is Bustin' Out All Over

Venue: 3pm (doors open at 2:30pm) at FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH, 232 Bristol Street, Southington

**wheelchair accessible

Tickets: Adults $15 at the door/ $10 in advance (from a choral member)
Seniors $10
Children 12 and under Free

Contact: Southingtonchorale@gmail.com

Website: www.facebook.com/SouthingtonChorale/

Saturday, May 13, 2023

Another Octave/Connecticut Women's Chorus

Here Comes the Sun

Songs to lift away those storm clouds!

We could all use a little "happy" these days. Another Octave has just the tonic - an evening of songs sure to lift your spirits. Join us as we sing in the sunshine!
Here are just a few of the songs that will leave you with a lift in your step:
Here Comes the Sun by George Harrison
How Can I Keep From Singing arranged by Rollo Dillworth
I Can See Clearly Now by Johnny Nash
Drums Make Me Happy by The Golden Hippie
Lioness Chant from The Lion King
Route 66 by Bobby Troup
Canticle of Brother Sun by The Paul Winter Consort
Sweet Woman by Cris Williamson

Directed by Melinda Walwer and assisted by Kris Montgomery, our 30-voice chorus regularly performs all over the state and has traveled nationally. Since its first show in 1990, Another Octave: Connecticut Women’s Chorus has been engaging audiences around Connecticut and out of state with energetic performances and an eclectic repertoire that includes standard concert pieces as well as traditional and contemporary music reflecting women’s lives.

Venue: Saturday, May 13 @ 7pm
Unitarian Society of New Haven
700 Hartford Turnpike
Hamden, CT 0518

Tickets: Purchase tickets online: $25 adults, $20 seniors/students; At the door: $27/$30

Contact: For more information or to purchase tickets visit www.AnotherOctave.org and www.facebook.com/anotheroctave and on Twitter

Website: www.AnotherOctave.org

Saturday, May 13, 2023

Branford Chorale

Party in the USA

With Directr Nick Filippides and Accompanist Jay Lindsay, join us for a musical trip around the USA with songs such as Colorado Trail, New York,New York, Route 66, and more!

Hear from composers and arrangers such as Kirby Shaw, Linda Spevacek, and Andre Thomas, to name just a few.

Have a whirlwind trip around our great country - without ever leaving your seat.

Our raffle table will have some great prizes!

Venue: Saturday May 13, 2023, 7:30 pm
Tabor Lutheran Church, 45 Tabor Drive, Branford CT 06405

Tickets: $15 adults/general admission
$12 senior citizens, students, children 12 and under, and ACC members
To reserve tickets, call 203-296-3391 and leave a message. Ticket purchase available at the door.

Contact: Voice mail - 203-296-3391
Email - maggiebruno2@gmail.com

Website: jsavbfd71@gmail.com

Saturday, May 13, 2023

Fairfield County Chorale

Two Neo-Classic Masterworks

Kodály's Missa Brevis and Poulenc's Gloria

We are thrilled to announce an upcoming concert featuring two stunning works of choral music: Kodály's Missa Brevis and Poulenc's Gloria, performed by the Fairfield County Chorale directed by Maestro David Rosenmeyer, soloists Inna Dukash, Malena Dayen, Pedro Sequera, and Christopher Lau.

Kodály's Missa Brevis is a powerful and moving piece that showcases the composer's skill in both choral writing and his knowledge of Hungarian folk music. The piece is a celebration of the Catholic mass, and its soaring melodies and rich harmonies are sure to captivate audiences.

Poulenc's Gloria is a dynamic and exhilarating work that combines elements of traditional sacred music with Poulenc's unique style. The piece is known for its lush harmonies and striking contrasts, and it is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who hear it.

Don't miss your chance to experience the transcendent beauty of these two incredible pieces of choral music.

Venue: Norwalk Concert Hall, 125 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851

Tickets: $30 in advance, $35 at the door, $5 students. www.fairfieldcountychorale.org

Contact: info@fairfieldcountychorale.org 203-858-3714

Website: www.fairfieldcountychorale.org

Saturday, May 13, 2023

Hartford Chorale

King of Instruments: Music of the Masses

Hartford Chorale presents King of Instruments: Music for the Masses on May 13, 2023 at Immanuel Congregational Church   

Hartford Chorale presents King of Instruments: Music for the Masses on May 13, 2023 at Immanuel Congregational Church 

The grand organ of Immanuel Congregational Church will accompany the amassed voices of the Hartford Chorale in a concert of unforgettable music. The program includes music by David Hurd, Hubert Parry, Josef Rheinberger, Benjamin Britten, Louis Vierne, and culminates with Zoltán Kodály’s Missa Brevis.

Venue: Immanuel Congregational Church
10 Woodland St.
Hartford, CT 06105

Tickets: $30 | General Admission
$10 | Student Admission
Free | 18 & Under

Contact: admin@hartfordchorale.org
(860) 547-1982

Website: www.hartfordchorale.org