The Summer Seasonals present: Longing and Remembrance (Cambridge, MA)
Event Date: September 14, 2014
Posted: August 29, 2014
Location: Massachusetts, USA
Choir type: Chamber Choirs and Vocal Ensembles
The Summer Seasonals present:
Longing and Remembrance
Motets of Victoria, Palestrina, Byrd, Tallis, Guerrero, and others.
Join us for our final concert of our third season, as we take you on a journey
from the willow glades of Babylon on the banks of the Euphrates through the
desert sands to the majestic towers and gleaming domes of ancient Jerusalem.
Come with us on our travels as we recollect in vivid hues, longed-for memories
of fountains and pomegranates after the rain, and bide with us through sepia
tones of remembrance for that which has been and may yet again.
Sunday, September 14, 4 PM
Memorial Church, 1 Harvard Yard
Cambridge, MA - 02138, USA
Thomas Sheehan, Organ
Ceballos / Hortus Conclusus
Palestrina / Surgam et circuibo
Guerrero / Lamentations (Aleph)
Isaac / Tota pulchra es
Guerrero / Surge propera amica mea
Guerrero / Lamentations (Ghimel)
L'Heritier / Nigra sum
Victoria / Vidi speciosam
Byrd / Ne irascaris
Palestrina / Quae est ista
Dufay / Anima mea liquefacta est
Palestrina / Super flumina Babylonis
Tallis / Lamentations I (click to play a preview)
Laskar / Tradiderunt me
Rore / Descendi in hortum meum
Victoria / Super flumina Babylonis
About the choir
The Summer Seasonals are a mixed-voice community chamber choir, based in Cambridge, Massachussetts.
Our mission: to build community through music, while striving for the highest degree of artistic excellence.
Now in our third season, we bring together experienced professionals and advanced amateurs from across
Boston and Cambridge in a musical meltic pot for three months. Our final concert is a culmination of a
summer of exchanging ideas and forging musical bonds. On September 14, we will take you on a magical
journey to the gates and spires of ancient Jerusalem rising from the desert sands.
About the director
Tanmoy Laskar is a senior graduate student in Astrophysics at Harvard University.
Church, Harvard. Laskar is also a choral composer and has been conducting student
and community chamber choirs for the past nine years.