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iCal 1:00 PM. Providence Singers [online]: Online talk by composer Ēriks Ešenvalds. Composer Ēriks Ešenvald will be joining us from his native Latvia to discuss his work and answer questions. Registered participants will also receive a link to the recorded premiere performance of his "Northern Lights" multimedia symphony, as well as a documentary entitled "Nordic Light: A Composer's Diary" that follows the process of creating this symphony, including three expeditions to Alaska, Iceland, Greenland, and Scandinavia to collect folksongs and legends about aurora. Zoom credentials will be emailed to registered quests on Saturday, April 24. The session is free to Providence Singers members and members of the American Choral Directors Association and $5 for all other guests. For more information, call 401-751-5700 or email Online at (View flier)

iCal 7:00 PM. Providence Singers [online]: Vocal Masterclass with Kevin Deas. An online vocal workshop with bass-baritone Kevin Deas, working with three young singers who will be chosen in advance through audition. Invaluable to singers of all levels of ability, this event will also be of interest to anyone who enjoys good singing. Auditions are open now for emerging artists and singers in college or university. To apply, visit For more information, call 401-751-5700 or email Online at (View flier)

iCal 7:00 PM. Pioneer Valley Symphony [online]: Faure Requiem: A Community Tribute. A virtual event marking a year of collective grief, resilience and hope. Listen, sing or play along with Faure's Requiem, interspersed with video stories from essential workers in our community reflecting on tragedy and triumph. For more information, call 413-773-3664 or email Online at (View flier)

iCal 4:00 PM. Sounds of Stow [MA]: Carol Barnett: A Bluegrass Mass. For more information, call 978-562-2620 or email First Parish Church of Stow & Acton, 353 Great Rd, Stow MA 01775

iCal 8:00 PM. The Spectrum Singers [MA]: Spectrum Singers at 40! A gala 40th Anniversary celebration of great choral music meaningful to the chorus and its audience over our 40-year history. For more information, call 617-492-8902 or email First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St, Cambridge MA 02138 (View flier)

iCal 8:00 PM. The Spectrum Singers [MA]: Haydn’s Final Masterpiece. F.J. Haydn: Harmoniemesse; Igor Stravinsky: Mass. Teresa Wakim, soprano; Thea Lobo, alto; Charles Blandy, tenor; Sumner Thompson, bass. With full orchestra and wind ensemble For more information, call 617-492-8902 or email First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St, Cambridge MA 02138 (View flier)

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Archived Online Events

  • Carduus: Orpheus Fragments. An online premiere-event for a multimedia piece that Carduus wrote together. The piece was rehearsed and recorded remotely by the members of Carduus, and our final product features video art by the artistic duo maya + rouvelle. The event begins with a pre-concert talk at, followed by the performance on YouTube and Facebook, ending with a Q&A session with the composers, performers, and artists at Free admission.. 4/16/2021. Archive at
  • Choir Matrix Women's Ensemble: Panel Discussion, "We the the Stories: women's voices marking 100 years along the broader path to universal suffrage." When we are singing together as a choir, we feel and know the importance of every voice. However, our history has taught us that some voices are amplified while other voices have been silenced. We have an opportunity to illuminate all stories through our music. Come listen to this panel of five professional musicians who have a story to tell.. 3/21/2021. Archive at
  • Choir Matrix Women's Ensemble: Premiere of New Work: "Witch-Wife" by Melissa Dunphy. This commissioned work by Melissa Dunphy on a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay was scheduled to be performed live March 2020. However, we are now releasing it as a virtual performance.. 3/28/2021. Archive at
  • Farmington Valley Chorale [CT]: Music in Response Series - Conversations with Colleagues. A discussion of music and the natural world - how music presents its beauty and power, as well as its dependence on our protection and care. Conductor Scott Allen Jarrett and composer Geoffrey Hudson will be talking about Haydn's oratorio The Seasons, as well as Hudson's recent work, A Passion for the Planet, in response to the issue of climate change. Our conversation will be live-streamed on Chorale's Facebook page, available to anyone to watch (with or without a Facebook account). "Music in Response" is a monthly online series focusing on different choral works composed in a time of crisis, showing how composers responded to crisis through music in ways that resonate across time.. 2/21/2021. West Hartford CT Archive at
  • Gloriae Dei Cantores [MA]: Lenten Concert at the Church of The Transfiguration (Livestreamed). Francis Poulenc: Four Motets for the Season of Lent; Gregorio Allegri: Miserere Mei, Deus; and other works by Tallis, Byrd, Gabrieli, Esquivel and Merulo. Livestreamed from the Church of The Transfiguration, Orleans, MA.. 3/13/2021. Orleans MA Archive at
  • Gloriae Dei Cantores [MA]: Easter Concert at the Church of The Transfiguration (Livestreamed). Ralph Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem; Gabriel Fauré: Requiem; and other works. Free of charge. Gloriæ Dei Cantores (Singers to the Glory of God) celebrates a rich tradition of Sacred choral music from Gregorian chant through the twenty-first century.. 4/3/2021. Orleans MA Archive at

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