Our 2016-2017 concert season included two holiday concerts in December, featuring repertoire from Rachmaninoff, Josquin, Grieg, Duruflé, and O’Regan. In the spring, we performed Mozart’s Requiem with orchestra and soloists at First Church in Cambridge and at Hancock Church in Lexington.
Our 2015-2016 concert season involved, as usual, two holiday concerts in December, this time featuring repertoire from Palestrina, Ockeghem, Vaughan Williams, Britten, Bruckner and others. Our spring concert featured motets and part songs of the British Isles, the first half drawn from the Renaissance and the second from the modern era. We were also invited to sing as part of the American Choral Directors Association Division Conference in February at Old South Church.
Our 2014-2015 concert season kicked off with a holiday concert featuring repertoire that spanned from Renaissance to contemporary, and included the audience joingin in to sing traditional holiday carols with us. In the spring, we performed Samuel Barber’s Reincarnations and seldom-heard gems by Harvard composers Ivan Tcherepnin and Donald Martino. In addition to our regular season we were honored to be invited to perform at the opening concert of the Chorus America national conference in June.
Our 2013-2014 concert season included two holiday concert performances in December at First Church of Cambridge and United Parish of Auburndale in Newton. In our spring concert in May, we performed a variety of pieces by Bach and Brahms, including Bach’s Cantata #21 (Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis) and Mass in G Minor.
Our 2012-2013 concert season included two holiday concert performances in December at First Church of Cambridge and Hancock Church in Lexington. In the spring, we performed two concerts that featured the Faure Requiem at First Church of Cambridge and United Parish in Newton. Read Susan Miron’s review here.
The 2011-2012 concert season included two performances at First Church of Cambridge, 11 Garden Street: our holiday concert on December 14 and our spring concert on April 21, which featured Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass.
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