Chora Nova presents Hummel's Mass in D Minor
Date: November 7, 2012
Location: California, USA
Chora Nova, a fifty-voice chorus based in Berkeley, will perform a program of choral works by George Frideric Handel and Johann Nepomuk Hummel at 7:00 pm Saturday night, November 17 at First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley, under the baton of Artistic Director Paul Flight.
Soloists will include Jennifer Paulino and Christina Santschi, sopranos; Danielle Reutter-Harrah, alto; Mark Bonney, tenor; and Paul Murray, bass. A full orchestra will accompany the soloists and chorus.
Johann Nepomuk Hummel's Mass in D minor (1805) is scored for a rich orchestra of strings, horns, winds and percussion.
George Frideric Handel composed this Te Deum in 1714, on the occasion of King George I’s arrival in England from Hanover.
Zadok the Priest, and three choruses from Handel’s oratorio Solomon complete this program.
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2012
Location: First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley
Dana Street between Channing and Haste
Time: 7:00 pm (NOTE EARLY START)
Program: Choral works by Handel and Hummel
Tickets: www.choranova.org, and at the door
$20 general, $18 senior, $10 student with ID