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iCal 4:00 PM. GMChorale [CT]: Requiem and Four Motets by Maurice Duruflé. Maurice Duruflé: Requiem; a cappella motets; Toccata from Suite for Organ, Op. 5. Larry Allen, organ. A celebrated concert organist and former GMChorale Music Director (1980–1992), Allen received the premier prix as a student with Marie-Claire Alain, a former student of Duruflé at the Paris Conservatory. Tickets: $35 adults, $15 students. South Congregational Church, 90 Main St., New Britain CT 06051 (View flier)

iCal 5:00 PM. GMChorale [CT]: Messiah. G.F. Handel: Messiah. Jessica Pray, soprano; Allegra De Vita, mezzo-soprano; Lucas van Lierop, tenor; Bryan Murray, baritone; GMChorale Chamber Singers with 20 instrumentals from the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. Tickets: $35 adults, $15 students. Performing Arts Center, Middletown High School, 200 LaRosa Lane, Middletown CT 06457 (View flier)

iCal 6:30 PM. GMChorale [CT]: Postponed to Feb. 16: Documentary of "Letter from Italy, 1944", narrated by Meryl Streep. A screening of the 2016 Emmy Award-winning documentary, Letter from Italy, 1944: A New American Oratorio, free and open to the public, will be followed by a conversation with the filmmaker, Karyl Evans. The documentary follows the creation and production of the moving and powerful oratorio, commissioned by GMChorale and composed and written by Sarah Meneely-Kyder and Nancy Fitz-Hugh Meneely. The oratorio, based on a true story, tells of a war veteran coming back with post traumatic stress disorder that changes his relationship with his family forever. The documentary tells of how his daughters created a work of art 50 years later "that not only healed their hearts, but the hearts of everyone involved.” Russell Library, Middletown CT (View flier)

iCal 6:30 PM. GMChorale [CT]: Documentary of "Letter from Italy, 1944", narrated by Meryl Streep. A screening of the 2016 Emmy Award-winning documentary, Letter from Italy, 1944: A New American Oratorio, free and open to the public, will be followed by a conversation with the filmmaker, Karyl Evans. The documentary follows the creation and production of the moving and powerful oratorio, commissioned by GMChorale and composed and written by Sarah Meneely-Kyder and Nancy Fitz-Hugh Meneely. The oratorio, based on a true story, tells of a war veteran coming back with post traumatic stress disorder that changes his relationship with his family forever. The documentary tells of how his daughters created a work of art 50 years later "that not only healed their hearts, but the hearts of everyone involved.” Russell Library, Middletown CT (View flier)

iCal 7:30 PM. GMChorale and Hartford Chorale [CT]: Letter from Italy, 1944. Sarah Meneely-Kyder and Nancy Fitz-Hugh Meneely: Letter from Italy, 1944 (Hartford premiere). Jack Anthony Pott, tenor; Joseph D’Eugenio, conductor; with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. The story of Dr. John K. Meneely, a WWII army combat medic who returned home suffering from what is now termed PTSD, the oratorio explores this national problem and its effect on families by examining the true story of one soldier, through music, art and theater. The Bushnell Center for Performing Arts, 166 Capitol Ave., Hartford CT 06106 (View flier)

iCal 7:30 PM. GMChorale [CT]: Vocal Alchemy. Choral works by Debussy, Brahms, Vaughan Williams, Whitacre and others. Featuring the GMChoral Chamber Singers and Allan Conway, piano. With the newly formed GMChorale Clarion Choir, an ensemble of talented young singers from the area. First Church of Christ, Congregational, 2183 Main St, Glastonbury CT 06033 (View flier)

iCal 3:00 PM. GMChorale [CT]: Vocal Alchemy. Choral works by Debussy, Brahms, Vaughan Williams, Whitacre and others. Featuring the GMChoral Chamber Singers and Allan Conway, piano. With the newly formed GMChorale Clarion Choir, an ensemble of talented young singers from the area. United Congregational Church, 45 Tolland Green, Tolland CT 06084 (View flier)


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