“O Glorious Night!”
Join the Chorale in an evening of glorious and uplifting holiday music. From Christmas music by the Carpenters to a selection of Handel’s Messiah, this evening marks an exciting time for the Chorale. Not only is it our first live performance since 2019, but we also welcome Dr. Mark Marotto as our newly appointed Artistic Director. In addition, we are joined by the Treble Varsity Choir from Hambrick Middle School directed by Hannah-Nicole Swenson, and the Chamber Women from Oak Hills Junior High directed by Kristin Norris. Come and celebrate the holiday season with friends and family alike! Seating will be limited so be sure to purchase your tickets before they sell out! What a glorious night indeed!
A German Requiem
Johannes Brahms's Ein Deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem) is a titan among the great choral-orchestral masterworks. Often referred to as "A Requiem for the Living," Brahms himself chose the scriptures to comfort those left behind. In a letter to one of the early conductors of the work, Brahms wrote that he wished to rename it "A Human Requiem" as he hoped that all humanity, not just Germans, might find solace in its beautiful music and text. Join the Chorale in a most exciting performance under the direction of Dr. Mark Marotto with a 40+ piece orchestra and enjoy the beautiful mastery that is Brahms.
“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted” – Matthew 5:4