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iCal 8:00 PM. Danbury Concert Chorus [CT]: The Bells, a contata by Sergei Rachmaninoff. Text by Edgar Allan Poe. Soloists: Kelly Griffin, soprano; Christian Reinert, tenor; Peter Walker, baritone. Also, Alexander Borodin: Polovetsian Dances (Kismet). With the Danbury Symphony Orchestra, Ariel Rudiakov, Music Director and Conductor. Ives Concert Hall, 181 White St., Danbury CT 06810

iCal 7:00 PM. Danbury Concert Chorus [CT]: Summer Sing: Mozart Requiem. This is a wonderful opportunity for singers of all ages, seasoned singers, novice singers, and even instrumentalists who would like an opportunity to sing Mozart’s beautiful and timeless Requiem. The Danbury Concert Chorus will be performing this piece on Saturday, October 26 with full orchestra. There is a $5 fee for each participant, to cover miscellaneous costs. Music will be provided. There will also be seating for friends and family who want to come and simply listen and there is no fee for that. The evening will be led by Christine Howlett, Music Director and Conductor of the Danbury Concert Chorus, and will be accompanied on the piano by Max Vladimiroff. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 203-748-1716 or email dmc1935@snet.net. Marian Anderson Recital Hall, 256 Main Street, Danbury CT 06810

iCal 8:00 PM. Danbury Concert Chorus [CT]: Mozart's Requiem. With Amy Goldin, soprano; Amy Joscelyn, mezzo-soprano; Vincent Festa, tenor; Michael Hofmann, baritone; the Danbury Symphony Orchestra. St. James Episcopal Church, 25 West St, Danbury CT 06810

iCal 7:30 PM. Danbury Concert Chorus [CT]: MESSIAH: an Oratorio by Georg Frederic Händel. With Melanie Russell, soprano; Kate Maroney, mezzo-soprano; Steven Caldicott Wilson, tenor; Peter Walker, baritone; Maxim Vladimiroff, continuo; Fiona Smith Sutherland, organ; and the Danbury Chamber Orchestra. Christine R. Howlett, Music Director and Conductor. First Congregational Church, West St. and Deer Hill Ave., Danbury CT 06810

iCal 8:00 PM. Danbury Concert Chorus [CT]: Ludwig van Beethoven: Mass in C. With the Danbury Symphony Orchestra. First Congregational Church, West St. and Deer Hill Ave., Danbury CT 06810

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Archived Online Events

  • 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
  • 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 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89081600828, followed by the performance on YouTube and Facebook, ending with a Q&A session with the composers, performers, and artists at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83940711832. Free admission. [4/16/2021] Visit archive
  • 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] Visit archive
  • 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] 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
  • 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 Visit archive
  • 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 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

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