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Chicago area New Classic Singers

Location: Illinois, USA
Choir type: Professional Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
New Classic Singers
Lee R. Kesselman, Music Director

NCS Presents The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass

New Classic Singers continues its 28th concert season with The World
Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass, on Saturday, May 8, at St Petronille Church in
Glen Ellyn.  Tickets for New Classic Singers  are available at www.newclassicsingers.org or at the door.
 
NEW CLASSIC SINGERS
 Lee R. Kesselman, Music Director
 William Buhr, Accompanist

The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass
Saturday, May 8, 8 pm
St Petronille Church,
420 Glenwood Ave.
Glen Ellyn, IL

with the Ad Hoc Pickers
    Pat Otto, mandolin
    Pete Smith, banjo
    Alex Koffman, fiddle
    Michael Pettersen, guitar
    Jim Cox, bass

 PROGRAM

I American Hymns
When I Can Read My Title Clear                    arr. Alice Parker
Shall We Gather at the River                    arr. Stephen Paulus
The Road Home                                Stephen Paulus
Bright Morning Stars                            arr. Shawn Kirchner
Wondrous Love                                arr. Joseph Jennings
Shout On                                    arr. Alice Parker

II  A Touch of Bluegrass
Selections announced by the Ad Hoc Pickers

INTERMISSION
III

The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass     Carol Barnett
                                                                  Marisha Chamberlain, librettist
    The Ad Hoc Pickers
    Pat Otto, mandolin
    Pete Smith, banjo
    Alex Koffman, fiddle
    Michael Pettersen, guitar
    Jim Cox, bass

IV

Life is Like a Mountain Railroad                    M. E. Abbey
There Is A Time                                The Dillards
                                        Arr. Michael Pettersen
Amazing Grace                                arr. Lee R. Kesselman
Will the Circle Be Unbroken   Traditional


 
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