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Hofstra Chorale and Chamber Choir, Friday November 15th: Britten & Duruflé

Location: New York, USA
Choir type: College and University Choirs
Voicing: Mixed

As part of the world-wide Benjamin Britten centennial celebration, the annual fall Hofstra Cathedral Concert will open with his magnificent Te Deum in C, and include the "Choral Dances" from Gloriana as well as his enigmatic and ebullient Rejoice in the Lamb. The second half will feature Maurice Duruflé's transcendent Requiem.   Directed by Dr. David Fryling, the choirs will be joined at the organ by the incomparable Matthew Koraus.

Friday, November 15, 2013 @7:30 p.m.
Cathedral of the Incarnation
50 Cathedral Avenue
Garden City, NY 11530
Tickets available at the door:
$10 General Admission
$8 Senior Citizen or non-Hofstra Student with ID.

                       -------------- Program --------------                                   
Te Deum in C                                          Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
                            Alexis Minogue, soprano
Choral Dances from Gloriana                Benjamin Britten
    1.    Time
    2.    Concord
    3.    Time and Concord
    4.    Country Girls
    5.    Rustics and Fishermen
    6.    Final Dance of Homage
Rejoice in the Lamb                                Benjamin Britten
                          Chelsea Laggan, soprano
                          Marilyn Oliver, mezzo-soprano
                          Anthony DiTaranto, tenor
                          Ian O’Malley, bass
Requiem                                                    Maurice Duruflé (1902-1986)
    1.    Introit and Kyrie
    2.    Offertorium
    3.    Sanctus
    4.    Pie Jesu
    5.    Agnus Dei
    6.    Lux Aeterna
    7.    Libera me
    8.    In paradisum
                         Andrea Martin, mezzo-soprano

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