Choral Concert Vocal Colors at Lincoln Center
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The last date listed for Vocal Colors was Saturday April 12, 2014 / 7:00pm.
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SoHo's own SoHarmoniums, the 50-member women's choir, sings the works of America's acclaimed composer Gwyneth Walker, for a festive holiday show featuring a pair of exciting world premieres, titled This Train and The Tree of Peace. Led by guest conductors Nancy Menk and Elizabeth Núñez, the performance, courtesy of Distinguished Concerts International, also spotlights Walker's most famous work, 2004's Songs for Women's Voices, along with I Thank You God, How Can I Keep From Singing? and Crossing the Bar. The SoHarmoniums, made up of women ages 20-75, boast an eclectic repertoire, ranging from folk to classical and contemporary, making them a perfect match for Walker's most winning works. Learn More
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This was something I would have never known about as it was kind of a recital for several very good choirs from different high schools and colleges. I love choral music so it was a real treat to see groups like this in the beautiful setting of Alice Tully Hall. The Alabama A&M Choir was amazing and all were entertaining and fun to watch. Thank you Goldstar for these complimentary tickets to something different and very entertaining.
Timothy Powell, Director**
Davidson Fine Arts School Chorale**
**Timothy Powell: St. George and the Dragon (World Premiere)
Libretto by poet Charles Anthony Silvestri
**Scott Buchanan, Director
**Indiana State University and Combined Choirs
F.M. Christiansen:__ Praise to the Lord__
J. Ames: In Remembrance
Brent Pierce: Hosanna in Excelsis
J. Shank:__ Autumn__
D. Davison:__ Ritmo__
Kirke Mechem:__ Blow Ye the Trumpet __(from “John Brown”)
K. Mechem; arr. D. Dandridge: __Rockin’ Jerusalem
__**Horace Carney, Director**
Alabama A&M University