Schola Cantorum on Hudson Is Featured Guest on Caldwell College’s "Music and the Arts" Series
Date: April 8, 2010
Location: New York, USA
Choir type: Chamber Choirs and Vocal Ensembles
Schola Repertory Singers Perform in April 18th Concert at Alumni Theatre
Schola Repertory Singers from the innovative choral ensemble Schola Cantorum on Hudson (SCH) will present a concert of choral works that meld music and poetry as part of Caldwell College’s Music and the Arts Series. The ensemble, under the baton of Artistic Director and Founder Dr. Deborah Simpkin King, will perform song settings of poetry by Emily Dickinson, James Joyce, William Shakespeare, Sara Teasdale, and Walt Whitman, as well as chansons of early 20th century French impressionism.
Audience members will hear familiar favorites such as the French folk song “Alouette” arranged by John Bertalot. Composers include Samuel Adler, Samuel Barber, Jean Berger, John Chorbajian, Claude Debussy, Kirke Mechem, Sheena Phillips, Maurice Ravel, and Halsey Stevens.
Dr. Laura Greenwald, Music Department Chair and Concert Series Director at Caldwell College, performs with the ensemble. King comments, “We are delighted to be part of this important series that extends our mission of education into the collegiate arena.”
The concert will be presented on Sunday afternoon, April 18, 2010, at 4:00 p.m. at Caldwell College’s Alumni Theater, 120 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell, New Jersey.
General admission tickets are $20; tickets for Students and Seniors are $15.
Advance tickets may be purchased by calling (973) 618-3326.
For more information, visit Caldwell College’s website.
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Additional information about this concert or the ensemble’s activities can be obtained online at ScholaOnHudson.org or by calling (201) 918-3009.