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Celebrating International Women's Day 2014 in New York City

Location: New York, USA
Voicing: Women
Announcing a performance in New York City to celebrate International Women’s Day 2014, featuring ensembles from Canada, the US, Brazil and Germany.
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2014
Monday, March 10, 2014
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
Hilary Apfelstadt, Conductor
We revere women in spiritual bliss:
Ave Maria – Guy Forbes   (SSAA a cappella)                                          USA
I sing of a maiden – Eleanor Daley (SSAA a cappella)                             Canada
We salute women in celebration:
Travessura – Eduardo Lakschevitz  (SSA, piano)                                    Brazil
Cancion de Los Tsachilas – arr. Michael Sample (SSA(A) with perc,)         Ecuador                                                                                                                                                          
We listen to women in moments of reflection:
Always coming home – Joan Szymko (SSAA, cello, piano)                          USA
In the lavender stillness of dawn – Jocelyn Hagen (SSA,violin, cello, piano)   USA
We honor women in observations of the world:
The blue eye of God – Nancy Telfer (poetry by Barbara Powis) (SSAA, a cap)     Canada           
The half moon – Stephen Chatman (poetry by Christina Rosetti) (SSA, S solo,
                                                                        Piano)                            Canada
Joy – John Muehleisen (text by Sara Teasdale)   (SSAA a cappella)                   USA
There are limited openings for choirs and individual singers to join this event. For more information about the concert and auditions, please contact Jeffery Thyer at DCINY.  212-707-8566
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