December 12, 2016
Thank you to all who participated!
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Vermont ACDA presents its annual Madrigal Festival on Friday, December 9, 2016. More than 300 students from 16 high schools* across Vermont rehearse during the day. The concert that evening features selections from each of the high school ensembles, and combined works under the direction of guest conductor David Otis Catonguay, whom we welcome to Vermont upon his retirement after more than 30 years as director of choral activities at Radford University in Virginia.
The all-festival chorus will sing Hallelu! by Stephen Paulus, Trinklied by Schubert, and Stars by Eriks Esenvald.
Our madrigal festival moves to a new location this, at the historic
St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral
29 Allen Street in Burlington‘s North End.
Tickets for the evening concert, open to the public, are just
$8 adults / $6 students & seniors / $20 family
*Students participating in the festival attend:
- South Burlington
- Mount Mansfield
- Hazen Union
- North Country
- Johnsbury Academy
- Lyndon Academy
- Mill River
We look forward to hearing high school singers from Vermont!