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Schola cantorum n Hudson presents "Rebirth"

Location: New York, USA
Choir type: Community Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
Deborah King,, (888) 407-6002 x4
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Schola Cantorum on Hudson Presents 'Rebirth' Featuring Bach Cantata 4
in Collaboration with Con Vivo Instrumentalists  and Caldwell College

Including Premiere of Ivo Antognini's 'Ave Maris Stella'

Saturday, March 10, 8:00 PM  Sunday, March 11, 5:00 PM    St. Paul
the Apostle
W. 60th at Columbus Avenue
New York, NY 

St. Luke's Episcopal Church
73 S. Fullerton Street
Montclair, NJ       

February 27, 2012--The 35-voice, critically-acclaimed choral
ensemble, Schola Cantorum on Hudson (SCH) will premiere SCH Featured
Composer Ivo Antognini's 'Ave Maris Stella' for mixed voices in
concerts on Saturday, March 10, 8:00 PM, at St. Paul the Apostle,
60th and Columbus, NYC; and Sunday, March 11, 5:00 PM, at St. Luke's
Episcopal Church, 73 South Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ.  The
concerts will feature Bach's Cantata BWV 4, Christ lag in
Todesbanden, for which SCH will be joined by the Con Vivo
instrumental collective.  SCH's Cantorum Young Singers ensemble, the
Caldwell College Choir, under the direction of Dr. Laura Greenwald,
will collaborate with SCH singers in five of the concert selections.
As a special treat, Con Vivo will perform Bach's Brandenburg Concerto
No. 6, providing an exclamation point to the concert's joyful choral

These concerts entitled 'Rebirth,' within the season-long theme of
'Healing,' mark the journey from a limited state of consciousness to
a higher one as a kind of internal, personal rebirth.  "The search
for understanding of what is real beyond the grasp of our senses is
the drama that underlies these concerts," comments Artistic Director
King.  The pain expressed initially in Paul Carey's powerful setting
of 'When Jesus Wept' and in 'Svjati boxe' of the first group, and
the structural element played by the word 'Halleluiah' in the Bach,
lead progressively to joy and gratitude concluding with Carly Simon's
'Let the River Run.'  King adds, "It is a progression from 'human
limitation' into its existential/spiritual resolution, expounded so
joyfully in 'River Run'--an 'on Hudson' connection we are enjoying."
 Also included will be the beloved sixteenth century hymn tune by
Orlando Gibbons, set to the words 'Drop, drop, slow tears,' and two
markedly contrasting settings of the word 'Alleluia.'

Tickets may be purchased in advance for $15 at, by calling 888-407-6002; or purchased for $20
at the door.  Additional information regarding this concert, or any
of Schola Cantorum on Hudson's activities can be obtained online at or by emailing

Schola Cantorum on Hudson (SCH) was founded in 1995 by Dr. Deborah
Simpkin King as an independent non-profit organization, and performs
its full concert season in both Manhattan and New Jersey. Now in its
seventeenth season, SCH boasts an internationally recognized new
music initiative and five-pronged education and engagement program,
in addition to its multiple performing ensembles. SCH is grateful to
be supported by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, the
Marjorie Bunnell Foundation, and many other generous individuals,
foundations, and business partners.

P.O. Box 3914
Jersey City, NJ 07303
Main: (888) 407-6002 

SCH is a 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to the advancement of the
public interest in, and knowledge and understanding of, choral music.
The organization is sponsored by the New Jersey State Council on the
Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment
for the Arts. SCH advances its mission by performing choral music
throughout the New York metropolitan area. For more information about
the organization and its activities, please call (888) 407-6002 or

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