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  • Andover Choral Society: Voices Diverse and Beautiful: Music of the Merrimack Valley. A virtual concert with a dozen participating choral groups showcasing the richness and diversity of the arts community in the Merrimack Valley. Singers will perform American songs including "How Can I Keep From Singing?" and "You’ll Never Walk Alone". [5/2/2021] Visit archive
  • Cantemus: Bach Again: New Body, Old Soul. A 60-minute video in which Artistic Director Jane Ring Frank guides us through the world of J. S. Bach’s chorales and their influence on music across the centuries. Premiered on 18 pubic access TV stations. [4/25/2021] Visit archive
  • Community Chorus at South Berwick: A Whole New World: Exploring Optimism & Utopia. A live-streaming concert presenting works by Haydn, Walker, Thompson, and Thomas. Singers will be outside, distanced, and masked, making a statement of hope and connection in our community and the world. (Rain Date May 24, 7:00 pm). [5/22/2021] Visit archive
  • Emmanuel Music: Handel - La Resurrezione. Filmed under the direction of Nathan Troup in Emmanuel Church. Carley DeFranco, soprano (Angelo); Kristen Watson, soprano (Maddalena); Christopher Lowrey, countertenor (Cleofe); Omar Najmi, tenor (San Giovanni); David McFerrin, baritone (Lucifero); Nathan Troup, director; Ryan Turner, conductor. [5/15/2021] Visit archive
  • Farmington Valley Chorale: "Music in Response" panel: Choral Music and the Path Ahead. How does choral music-making move forward as a positive force for good, as we emerge from the crises of the past year? A "Music in Response" event with illustrious guests Reginald Mobley and Pearl Shangkuan in conversation with Artistic Director Ellen Gilson Voth. [4/25/2021] Visit archive
  • Kearsarge Chorale: Spring Virtual Concert. Eric Whitacre: "The Seal Lullaby"; Daniel E. Gawthrop: "Sing Me to Heaven"; Paul Simon, arr. Kirby Shaw: "Bridge Over Troubled Water"; Kim Andre Arnesen: "Flight Song". Program available on the chorus website. [4/25/2021] Visit archive
  • Metropolitan Chorale: Home - Virtual concert including world premiere. This virtual presentation will feature the world premiere of a suite of four new pieces by Steven Sametz, with some old and new favorites. This project is a self-portrait; a snapshot of our year together in a virtual space, and the newfound significance of “home.” Members took part by contributing their own reflections on the concept of home over the past year, which then served as text for these new works, making this concert especially personal and unique for us. The concert will also feature works by Brahms and Stephen Paulus. [6/15/2021] Visit archive
  • Nashoba Valley Chorale: Light at the End of the Tunnel Concert. A free virtual concert with music by Tallis, Morley, Bach, Mendelssohn, and Handel, and including live conversations about the Chorale and the music ith Music Director Anne Watson Born and Chorale President Todd Shilhanek.] [5/23/2021] Visit archive
  • Saint Paul's Choir of Men and Boys [MA]: Songs of Springtime Concert Film Premiere. A socially distant and safely recorded performance, "Songs of Springtime" instills hope through angelic chorister voices performing a thrilling and diverse hour-long program in Saint Paul’s Church’s sublime acoustic setting. The performance is conducted by Saint Paul’s Choir School Director of Music and Choirmaster James Kennerley, with Maks Adach, pipe organ. and Jonathan Woody, bass-baritone. Program includes Francisco López Capillas: Alleluia, dic nobis, Maria; Manuel du Zumaya: Quien es aquella; Josef Rheinberger: Ave Maria; Elizabeth Maconchy: "There is no rose of such virtue"; R. Nathaniel Dett: Ave Maria; Ralph Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs. Contributions to stream the film begin at $25. [5/28/2021] Scituate MA Visit archive
  • Zamir Chorale: Kolot Nashim: Jewish Music by Women Composers. Part I of a year-long celebration of the many roles of women in Jewish music, featuring Artistic Director Josh Jacobson and Zamir alumna Lidiya Yankovskaya as co-hosts, and interviews with composers Nurit Hirsh, Alice Parker and Meira Warshauer with video performances of their works, including the world premiere virtual performance of Warshauer’s “Place These Words.” [11/17/2020] Visit archive
  • Zamir Chorale: Kolot Nashim: Jewish Music by Women Composers. Part II of “Kolot Nashim” is hosted by Josh Jacobson and Amy Lieberman and includes interviews with composers Achinoam Nini (aka Noa), with a new performance of her and Mira Awad’s “There Must Be Another Way”; Benjie Ellen Schiller, with a performance of her “Harninu” (Psalm 81); Elena Kats-Chernin (Sydney, Australia), with a US premiere performance of her Psalm 23; and Kirsten and Ken Lampl (Canberra, Australia), with a performance of their “Dirshu.” No charge; donations appreciated. Registrants will be sent a link to the event. [5/25/2021] Visit archive

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