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iCal 7:30 PM. Summer Chorus of RI and SE Mass [RI]: Music for a Summer Night. Featuring music from You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; and Andrew Lloyd Webber: "Sing"; Jay Althouse (arr.): Steppin Out on Broadway; "There’s a Fine, Fine Line" from Avenue Q; Carly Simon: "Let The River Run"; John David: "You Are the New Day" (for the King’s Singers); Jester Hairston (arr.): "Elijah Rock"; "Song of Summer" (Swedish folk hymn sung in English); "Soft Rains"; Stephen Sondheim: "Children Will Listen"; Stephen Schwartz: "Children of Eden"; others. Beth Armstrong, Music Director. St. Luke's Church, 108 Washington Rd, Barrington RI 02806 (View flier)

iCal 7:30 PM. Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival [MA]: A Mass at the Opera: Giochino Rossini's Petite Messe Solenelle. Neither petite nor solemn and more operatic than sacred, this piece is captivating, deeply moving and features piano, organ, vocal soloists and chamber chorale. First Congregational Church of Wellfleet, 200 Main St., Wellfleet MA 02667

iCal 7:30 PM. Lincoln Festival Chorus [ME]: Our American Heritage. Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms (Sean Fleming, organ; Virginia Flanagan, harp; John Mehrmann, timpani); and compositions by Supply Belcher, William Billings, David Conte, Myron J. Roberts, Sean Fleming, Houston Bright, Harry T. Burleigh, William L. Dawson, and Andre J. Thomas. Anthony Antolini, Conductor. Bowdoin College Chapel, Brunswick ME 04011

iCal 7:30 PM. Summer Chorus of RI and SE Mass [RI]: Music for a Summer Night. Featuring music from You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; and Andrew Lloyd Webber: "Sing"; Jay Althouse (arr.): Steppin Out on Broadway; "There’s a Fine, Fine Line" from Avenue Q; Carly Simon: "Let The River Run"; John David: "You Are the New Day" (for the King’s Singers); Jester Hairston (arr.): "Elijah Rock"; "Song of Summer" (Swedish folk hymn sung in English); "Soft Rains"; Stephen Sondheim: "Children Will Listen"; Stephen Schwartz: "Children of Eden"; others. Beth Armstrong, Music Director. St. Luke's Church, 108 Washington Rd, Barrington RI 02806 (View flier)

iCal 7:30 PM. Lincoln Festival Chorus [ME]: Our American Heritage. Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms (Sean Fleming, organ; Virginia Flanagan, harp; John Mehrmann, timpani); and compositions by Supply Belcher, William Billings, David Conte, Myron J. Roberts, Sean Fleming, Houston Bright, Harry T. Burleigh, William L. Dawson, and Andre J. Thomas. Anthony Antolini, Conductor. Congregational Church of Boothbay Harbor, 125 Townsend Ave, Boothbay Harbor ME 04538

iCal 7:30 PM. Chorus pro Musica [MA]: Summer Sing: Vivaldi Gloria. Antonio Vivalid: Gloria. Led by Ethan Lobenstine. No experience necessary, and you're welcome to just sit and listen if you prefer. Scores are available, or bring your own. Refreshments served. Admission: $10 at the door ($5 to listen only); $2 discount for students and seniors. Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street, Boston MA 02116

iCal 7:00 PM. Music on the Hill [CT]: August Summer Sings: Fauré Requiem. Requiem by Gabriel Fauré, led by Fiona Smith Sutherland, Music Director at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Wilton. Music on the Hill hosts four stand-alone music reading sessions in August, each led by a different conductor and featuring different composer(s). Join in for one session or for many. All singers, including students and those who haven't sung in a while, are welcome. Music and refreshments provided. Free admission (donations welcome). Wilton Presbyterian Church, 48 New Canaan Road (Rte. #106), Wilton CT 06897

iCal 5:00 PM. Monadnock Chorus [NH]: Summer Sing: "Mosaic Requiem". A medley of movements from your favorite Requiems. Dr. Matthew Leese, conductor. Cost: $15; register in advance at https://app.etapestry.com/cart/MonadnockChorus/default/category.php?ref=397.0.108912665. Selections: Mozart: Introit/Kyrie, Lacrymosa; Cherubini: Dies Irae; Berlioz: Offertorium; Schumann: Hostias; Rossini: Sanctus-Benedictus; Verdi: Agnus Dei; Faure: Libera Me, In Paradisum; Brahms: Wie Lieblich. Union Congregational Church, 33 Concord Street, Peterborough NH 03458 (View flier)

iCal 6:00 PM. Tanglewood Festival Chorus [MA]: Choral Prelude concert. Jonathan Dove: The Passing of the Year; T. J. Sutton: To Spring; Claude Debussy: Salut Printemps; and other works rejoicing in nature, the seasons, and the cycle of the months of the year. Tanglewood Prelude concerts are open without extra charge to those with tickets to the evening performance (which is "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in Concert" by the Boston Pops). Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, 297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

iCal 8:00 PM. Boston Symphony Orchestra/Tanglewood Festival Chorus [MA]: An evening of opera and song. Arias, duets, and choruses from operas. Andris Nelsons, conductor; Kristine Opolais, soprano; Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone. Music Shed at Tanglewood, 297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

iCal 2:00 PM. Upper Valley Singers [NH]: Duruflé Requiem. Maurice Duruflé: Requiem. Hal Sheeler, Director; Henry Danaher, organist. The Requiem, completed in 1947, is perhaps Duruflé’s best-known work. The Mary Keane Chapel was built by the Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette between 1930 and 1931 to designs by Donat R. Baribault of Springfield, Massachusetts. The sanctuary features spectacular German stained glass produced by the Zettler Studios, as well as a renowned Casavant organ that will be showcased in this performance. Admission is by donation ($15–20 suggested), which will help support the preservation of Mary Keane Chapel. Mary Keane Chapel, NH Route 4A at the Shaker Museum, Enfield NH 03748 (View flier)

iCal 2:30 PM. Boston Symphony Orchestra/Tanglewood Festival Chorus [MA]: Beethoven's Ninth. Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9; Charles Ives: "The Housatonic at Stockbridge” from Three Places in New England. Andris Nelsons, conductor; Katie Van Kooten, soprano; Tamara Mumford, mezzo-soprano; Russell Thomas, tenor; John Relyea, bass-baritone. Music Shed at Tanglewood, 297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

iCal 7:00 PM. Newburyport Choral Society [MA]: Summer Sing: Handel's Messiah. One of the world's most enduring works: Handel's Messiah, conducted by NCS Music Director Dr. George Case, with professional soloists and NCS piano accompanist Dr. Kirsten Helgeland. Bring a score if you have one; a limited number will be available for the evening. Free admission, reception following. Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 7 Harris Street, Newburyport MA 01950

iCal 7:30 PM. Chorus pro Musica [MA]: Summer Sing: Durufle Requiem. Maurice Duruflé:Requiem. Led by Ethan Lobenstine. No experience necessary, and you're welcome to just sit and listen if you prefer. Scores are available, or bring your own. Refreshments served. Admission: $10 at the door ($5 to listen only); $2 discount for students and seniors. Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street, Boston MA 02116

iCal 7:00 PM. Music on the Hill [CT]: August Summer Sings: Anthems. "Best Anthems in the World," including works by Handel, Mendelssohn, and more, led by Craig Scott Symons, Director of Music at First Congregational Church of Greenwich. Music on the Hill hosts four stand-alone music reading sessions in August, each led by a different conductor and featuring a different composer(s). Join in for one session or for many. All singers, including students and those who haven't sung in a while, are welcome. Music and refreshments provided. Free admission (donations welcome). Wilton Presbyterian Church, 48 New Canaan Road (Rte. #106), Wilton CT 06897

iCal 7:30 PM. The Cambridge Chamber Singers [MA]: Joining Our Voices to Stop Poverty. A Benefit Concert in Support of the 60th Anniversary of ATD Fourth World, featuring spirituals, Randall Thompson’s Alleluia, and international selections, including the winner of the Cambridge Chamber Singers 2017 International Composition Competition. Tickets are by donation, at https://ticketpeak.com/cambridgechambersingers/. For over 50 years, ATD Fourth World USA has been working in under-served communities in the United States to overcome the injustices of persistent poverty by learning from those who face poverty every day and by mobilizing people from all walks of life to stop poverty. Joining our Voices concerts are being held around the world to raise awareness, to mobilize the general public to act together to #StopPoverty, and to raise funds for music and cultural projects in under-served communities. All contributions will go directly towards the programs and work of ATD Fourth World USA (http://4thworldmovement.org). Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury Street, Boston, MA, Boston MA (View flier)

iCal 7:30 PM. Kearsarge Chorale [NH]: Handel's Messiah. G.F. Handel’s beloved oratorio with orchestra, stellar guest soloists and eleven choruses by the Chorale. Tickets: $15 if purchased on or before November 15; $20 after that date. Our Lady of Fatima Church, 724 Main St., New London NH 03257

iCal 3:00 PM. Kearsarge Chorale [NH]: Handel's Messiah. G.F. Handel’s beloved oratorio with orchestra, stellar guest soloists and eleven choruses by the Chorale. Tickets: $15 if purchased on or before November 15; $20 after that date. Our Lady of Fatima Church, 724 Main St., New London NH 03257

iCal 7:30 PM. Westford Chorus [MA]: Holiday Concert. Music for Chorus, Brass Quarter and Organ by Giovanni Gabrieli, Benjamin Britten and Daniel Pinkham. United Methodist Church, 10 Church Street, Westford MA 01742

iCal 3:00 PM. Westford Chorus [MA]: Holiday Concert. Music for Chorus, Brass Quarter and Organ by Giovanni Gabrieli, Benjamin Britten and Daniel Pinkham. All Saints Church, 10 Billerica Rd. (rt. 129), Chelmsford MA 01824


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