Mar
26
Sun
Sandbar Chamber Series: Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra @ The Cultural Center
Mar 26 @ 3:00 pm

Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 307 Old Main St, South Yarmouth

Tickets:  $35 general admission, students and children are admitted for free

The final chamber program of the CCCO’s 2022-23 season features music for strings by Enesco, Bruch, and Julian Loida, percussionist and composer.

Committed to artistic integrity and excellence, Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra’s mission is to connect the diverse arts communities and individuals of Cape Cod inclusively. By collaborating with other disciplines of art and culture, the Orchestra aims to create unique concert experiences while providing exciting, enriching, and memorable orchestral music.  Featuring living composers is at the forefront of the orchestra’s mission; bringing audiences closer to the music of modern time, positioned as an essential and educational element to each performance program.  Other repertoire champions the works of living composers, as well as the music of the classical canon.  For more information visit capecodchamberorchestra.org, email [email protected], or follow Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra on Facebook and Instagram.

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.