Apr
29
Sat
Pilgrim Festival Chorus: Israel in Egypt
Apr 29 @ 7:30 pm

St. Bonaventure Parish, 803 State Road, Plymouth

Tickets:  $25 for adults, $20 for senior citizens and $15 for students over 14

Children ages 14 and under are admitted free 

Chorus, soloists, and orchestra co-directed by William B. Richter and Elizabeth Chapman Reilly

George Frideric Handel, one of the great composers of the Baroque period, composed “Israel in Egypt” in 1738. After his “Messiah,” it is considered his most popular oratorio. With his extraordinary penchant for storytelling, Handel unfolds “Israel in Egypt” as the heroic, biblical story of Moses leading the Israelites as they escaped from captivity in Egypt. With dramatic artistry, Handel depicts the ten plagues visited upon the Egyptians and the crossing of the Red Sea. Notable for its use of its thunderous choruses, the work also includes several arias, performed in these concerts by PFC singer soloists.

Tickets for “Israel in Egypt” are $25 for adults, $20 for senior citizens, and $15 for students over 14. Children ages 14 and under are admitted for free. Tickets may be purchased in advance at pilgrimfestivalchorus.org, or from PFC members. Tickets are also available at the door, limited to venue capacity. Pilgrim Festival Chorus considers the safety of its members and audience a highest priority. Masks are currently optional. Any changes to this policy will be posted on PFC’s website prior to performances.

Pilgrim Festival Chorus is a volunteer, not-for-profit choral ensemble dedicated to presenting diverse choral works that educate, enrich, and engage both its members and its audiences. PFC is funded in part by grants from a number of the region’s Cultural Councils, local agencies supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. PFC performances are produced in part by cooperation with See Plymouth and P

Apr
30
Sun
Pilgrim Festival Chorus: Israel in Egypt
Apr 30 @ 4:00 pm

St. Bonaventure Parish, 803 State Road, Plymouth

Tickets:  $25 for adults, $20 for senior citizens and $15 for students over 14

Children ages 14 and under are admitted free 

Chorus, soloists, and orchestra co-directed by William B. Richter and Elizabeth Chapman Reilly

George Frideric Handel, one of the great composers of the Baroque period, composed “Israel in Egypt” in 1738. After his “Messiah,” it is considered his most popular oratorio. With his extraordinary penchant for storytelling, Handel unfolds “Israel in Egypt” as the heroic, biblical story of Moses leading the Israelites as they escaped from captivity in Egypt. With dramatic artistry, Handel depicts the ten plagues visited upon the Egyptians and the crossing of the Red Sea. Notable for its use of its thunderous choruses, the work also includes several arias, performed in these concerts by PFC singer soloists.

Tickets for “Israel in Egypt” are $25 for adults, $20 for senior citizens, and $15 for students over 14. Children ages 14 and under are admitted for free. Tickets may be purchased in advance at pilgrimfestivalchorus.org, or from PFC members. Tickets are also available at the door, limited to venue capacity. Pilgrim Festival Chorus considers the safety of its members and audience a highest priority. Masks are currently optional. Any changes to this policy will be posted on PFC’s website prior to performances.

Pilgrim Festival Chorus is a volunteer, not-for-profit choral ensemble dedicated to presenting diverse choral works that educate, enrich, and engage both its members and its audiences. PFC is funded in part by grants from a number of the region’s Cultural Councils, local agencies supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. PFC performances are produced in part by cooperation with See Plymouth and P

May
6
Sat
40th Anniversary Choral Concert: Tribulations, Forgiveness, and Eternal Rest
May 6 @ 4:00 pm

Saturday, May 6, 4 pm, Mashpee High School, 500 Old Barnstable Road, Mashpee

Sunday, May 7, 4 pm, Scituate Center for the Performing Arts, 606 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy. (Rte. 3A), Scituate

Tickets:  $25 adults, youth ages 18 and under are admitted free 

Cape Cod Chorale and Choral Art Society of the South Shore choral ensembles, soloists and orchestra conducted by Artistic Director/Conductor Danica A. Buckley

In celebration of Cape Cod Chorale’s 40th anniversary, the chorus, collaborating with Choral Art Society of the South Shore, an orchestra, and professional soloists, present the spring concert “Tribulations, Forgiveness, and Eternal Rest.”  The performance features a program of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Requiem”, “Hiob” (Job), a cantata by Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, composed in 1831, performed as a regional premiere.

Founded in 1983, Cape Cod Chorale, a 65-member non-auditioned community chorus, draws singers from middle and upper Cape Cod, from Chatham to Falmouth, truly representing the Cape Cod singing community. The Chorale promotes the beauty of choral music and provides people who love to sing the opportunity to raise their voices in harmony. For more information, visit capecodchorale.org.

Founded in 1958, Choral Art Society of the South Shore, a welcoming, 50-member non-auditioned chorus of all ages engages, inspires, and enriches its South Shore-based members and greater community by pursuing excellence through a wide-range of challenging musical programs. The chorus, which rehearses in Scituate, is dedicated to the performance of all genres of choral music, from Renaissance to 21st century. For more information, visit choralartsociety.org.

May
7
Sun
40th Anniversary Choral Concert: Tribulations, Forgiveness, and Eternal Rest
May 7 @ 4:00 pm

Saturday, May 6, 4 pm, Mashpee High School, 500 Old Barnstable Road, Mashpee

Sunday, May 7, 4 pm, Scituate Center for the Performing Arts, 606 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy. (Rte. 3A), Scituate

Tickets:  $25 adults, youth ages 18 and under are admitted free 

Cape Cod Chorale and Choral Art Society of the South Shore choral ensembles, soloists and orchestra conducted by Artistic Director/Conductor Danica A. Buckley

In celebration of Cape Cod Chorale’s 40th anniversary, the chorus, collaborating with Choral Art Society of the South Shore, an orchestra, and professional soloists, present the spring concert “Tribulations, Forgiveness, and Eternal Rest.”  The performance features a program of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Requiem”, “Hiob” (Job), a cantata by Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, composed in 1831, performed as a regional premiere.

Founded in 1983, Cape Cod Chorale, a 65-member non-auditioned community chorus, draws singers from middle and upper Cape Cod, from Chatham to Falmouth, truly representing the Cape Cod singing community. The Chorale promotes the beauty of choral music and provides people who love to sing the opportunity to raise their voices in harmony. For more information, visit capecodchorale.org.

Founded in 1958, Choral Art Society of the South Shore, a welcoming, 50-member non-auditioned chorus of all ages engages, inspires, and enriches its South Shore-based members and greater community by pursuing excellence through a wide-range of challenging musical programs. The chorus, which rehearses in Scituate, is dedicated to the performance of all genres of choral music, from Renaissance to 21st century. For more information, visit choralartsociety.org.

May
13
Sat
Concord Women’s Chorus: Come Day, Come Night
May 13 @ 4:00 pm
Concord Women’s Chorus, courtesy image

Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm Street, Concord

Tickets: $25 adults, $20 seniors and students, $5 children ages 12 and under

Concord Women’s Chorus performs a spring concert program of stirring works that reflect the textures and rhythms, joys, and challenges of each new day. These ‘love songs to boat songs,’ explore the joys of a life well-lived. Emma Lou Diemer’s “When You Wake,” Gwyneth Walker’s “Love Shall Live Forever,” Z. Randall Stroope’s “Lux Aeterna,” Dan Forrest’s “Ubi Caritas,” Kevin Siegfried’s “Boat Song,” and Stephen Chatman’s “Love Songs.”

Concord Women’s Chorus is a 45-singer ensemble fostering the power of women’s voices through song. Singers hail from Concord and the greater Boston area. Artistic Director Jane Ring Frank conducts the chorus performing a wide variety of choral music, ranging from early music to contemporary repertoire, with an emphasis on works written for women’s voices.

CWC’s commitment to the mastery and performance of a dynamic repertoire for women transforms the act of choral singing into an instrument for collaboration, education, and connection. The ensemble features confident singers who care deeply about creating, through women’s voices, a source of strength and inspiration for themselves, the audience, and the world around us.

For tickets or more information, email [email protected], visit concordwomenschorus.org, or follow Concord Women’s Chorus on Facebook and Instagram.