Concordia Voices in Concert at St. John’s

St. John’s presents Concordia Voices’ winter concert entitled “Crystalline Dreams.” The program offers a wintry mix of choral music featuring Eric Whitacre’s Five Hebrew Love Songs performed with the Appassionata String Quartet, other works by Weelkes, Monteverdi, Thompson, and more. Concordia Voices, under the direction of S. Katherine Shealy, is a 50-voice mixed choir ranging from advanced high-school singers to adults. This ensemble presents two concert series’ per performance year, which include a wide variety of compositions from myriad time periods, cultures, and genres. Past repertoire includes Frostiana (Randall Thompson), Five Hebrew Love Songs and Leonardo Dreams of His Flying Machine (Eric Whitacre), A Ceremony of Carols (Benjamin Britten), the Fauré Requiem, as well as selections by composers such as Victoria, Brahms, Orff, Copland, Barber, Ola Gjeilo, Dan Forrest and local composer David Bennett Thomas. In addition to standard choral repertoire and major works, the choir also performs traditional spirituals, folk songs, and contemporary a cappella pieces. Concordia Voices received the honor of being selected to perform at the American Choral Directors Association-PA Chapter’s Fall Conference at Susquehanna University on October 31, 2015.
This is a ticketed performance. Tickets are available by visiting ConcordiaChoralArts.org or at the door.

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