Choral Arts New England held its 2003 annual awards ceremony on November 1 at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Arlington, Massachusetts. Choral Arts presented Alfred Nash Patterson Grants to nine choruses in five New England states, and gave its Lifetime Achievement Award for 2003 to John Bavicchi for his long and distinguished career as a choral director, innovator, and educator.
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Choral Arts New England held its most recent annual awards ceremony on November 2, 2002, at the First Unitarian Society in Newton, Massachusetts. Choral Arts presented Alfred Nash Patterson Grants to four choruses and gave its Lifetime Achievement Award for 2002 to Roberta Humez for her long and distinguished career as a choral director, innovator, and educator.
More than 450 people packed the seats and lined the walls of St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in Brattleboro, Vermont, on December 8, 2001, to hear the Brattleboro Community Chorus’s premiere of Paul Dedell’s Come Life, Shaker Life, a commission funded by a Choral Arts New England Alfred Nash Patterson Grant for the 2001-2002 season. Then the word spread: not only did the Brattleboro Community Chorus (BCC) have another full house for their repeat performance on December 9, they also had to turn away 100 people.