Concert History

Concert History

Across the Centuries, 3/26/17

Laudate Jehovam, omnes gentes – Georg Philipp Telemann
Trois Motets – Jean Roger-Ducasse
Magnificat – Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
Laudes Organi – Zoltán Kodály

Music for the Festive Season, 12/4/16

Hodie Christus natus est – Heinrich Schütz
Cantata No. 61 – J.S. Bach
Christmas Anthem – Henry Purcell
Evening Prayer for Peace – Hugo Weisgall
Fortress, Rock of our Salvation – Traditional, arr. Hugo Weisgall
Missa Brevis in F major – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

70th Anniversary Finale Concert, 6/25/16

Mass in C – Ludwig van Beethoven
The Reluctant Moses – Victoria Bond (world premiere)

Celebrate Spring with Bach and Fauré, 3/20/16

Cantata No. 4, “Christ lag in Todesbanden” – J.S. Bach
Requiem – Gabriel Fauré
Other works

A Rose in Winter, 12/6/15

Lauda per la Natività del Signore – Ottorino Respighi
Other festive works

Haydn’s The Creation, 6/27/15

The Creation – Franz Joseph Haydn

Brahms in Love, 3/22/15

Vier Gesänge – Johannes Brahms
Four Love Songs – Johannes Brahms
Liebeslieder Waltzes – Johannes Brahms
Three Songs for Tenor – Johannes Brahms
Wiegenlied – Johannes Brahms, arr. Jon Washburn

Celebrate with Bach and Mendelssohn, 12/7/14

Magnificat – Johann Sebastian Bach
Magnificat – Felix Mendelssohn
Behold a Star from Jacob Shining – Felix Mendelssohn

Bernstein! From Bible to Broadway, 6/28/14

Chichester Psalms – Leonard Bernstein
Selections from Mass, Candide, Peter Pan, and West Side Story – Leonard Bernstein

Viva Vivaldi!, 3/30/14

Cantata No. 71, “Gott ist mein König” – Johann Sebastian Bach
Five Mystical Songs – Ralph Vaughan Williams
Gloria – Antonio Vivaldi

In Terra Pax, 12/8/13

Ave Maris Stella – Cecilia McDowall
Fantasia on Christmas Carols – Ralph Vaughan Williams
In Terra Pax – Gerald Finzi
Capriol Suite – Peter Warlock
Christus Natus Est – Cecilia McDowall

Summer Concert, 6/29/13

Cantata No. 79, “Gott, der Herr, ist Sonn’ und Schild” – Johann Sebastian Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No. 1, Movement No. 4 – Johann Sebastian Bach
Israel in Egypt – George Frideric Handel

Frost, Love, and Jazz, 4/7/13

A Little Jazz Mass – Bob Chilcott
Frostiana: Country Songs – Randall Thompson, words by Robert Frost
Five Hebrew Love Songs – Eric Whitacre, words by Hila Plitmann
Easy to Love – Cole Porter
Singin’ in the Rain – Nacio Herb Brown, lyrics by Arthur Freed
Soon it’s Gonna Rain – Harvey Schmidt, lyrics by Tom Jones
Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most – Tommy Wolf

A Baroque Christmas, 12/9/12

Magnificat – Pergolesi
Christmas Cantata – Charpentier
In Dulci Jubilo – Buxtehude
Beatus Vir – Vivaldi
Christmas Concerto – Corelli
Magnificat – Vivaldi

Summer Concert, 7/7/12

Coronation Anthem No. 1 & 2 – Handel
Lord Nelson Mass – Haydn
“The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba” from Solomon – Handel

Music of Three Centuries, 3/18/12

Cantique de Jean Racine – Gabriel Fauré
Laudate Dominum – Mozart
Requiem – John Rutter

Handel’s Messiah!, 12/4/11

Messiah – George Frideric Handel

Haydn’s “Te Deum” & Mozart’s Grand Mass in C minor, 6/18/11

An Evening on Broadway, 3/27/11

Holiday Concert, 12/12/10

Christmas Ortatorio – Bach

Rossini’s Stabat Mater, 7/18/10

Lo, The Winter Is Past – A Spring Concert, 3/21/10

Holiday Music for Chorus and Brass, 12/13/09

A German Requiem – Johannes Brahms, 7/11/09

With full orchestra

A German Requiem – Johannes Brahms, 6/27/09

With piano four-hands – Mara Waldman and Walter Hilse

Spring Concert, 3/29/09

Te Deum – Haydn
Mass in C Major – Beethoven
II’s Tribulation Suite – M. Roger Holland
Avid Williams, guest conductor

Gustav Mahler – Resurrection Chorale from Symphony No. 2, 7/13/08

Gilbert Kaplan, guest conductor

Lukas Foss – The Prairie, 7/7/07

With The Brooklyn Philharmonic & The Greenwich Village Singers
Mark Mangini, conductor

Carmina Burana – Carl Orff, 7/9/06

With the Choral Society of the Hamptons Children’s Chorus
Mark Mangini, conductor

Giuseppe Verdi – Requiem, 7/10/05

Mark Mangini, conductor

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