Member Choir Events

ACDA members: If you’d like to add your concert to this listing, please send info to Jeff Rehbach, VT ACDA co-webmaster, at rehbach @ middlebury.edu

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CHORAL CONCERTS & EVENTS
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led by ACDA members

Here are concerts we know about!
Please send dates/locations as they become available (see e-mail address above).

Counterpoint
with the Choir of Downing College, Cambridge University

Wednesday, July 11, 7:00 pm
First United Methodist Church, downtown Burlington

The Choir of Downing College, Cambridge University, will be visiting the USA in July, and will be giving a single concert in Burlington, in collaboration with Counterpoint. This is a rare opportunity to hear a superb choir in the English choral tradition in Chittenden County. Their repertory will include Renaissance masterworks by Tallis and Byrd, Monteverdi and Palestrina, as well as gems of the Anglican repertory by S. S. Wesley, C. V. Stanford, and Charles Wood. Counterpoint will join them on a few numbers and present some of our own repertory along with violist Elizabeth Reid.

Admission at the door:
$20 adults/$15 seniors/$5 students & limited means


Counterpoint presents “Flowers of the Field”
Nathaniel Lew, director
Wednesday, July 18, 7:30 pm (open rehearsal)
First United Methodist Church, 21 Buell St, Burlington
Friday, July 20, 7:30 pm
Unitarian Church, downtown Montpelier
Saturday, July 21, 7:30 pm
First Congregational Church, 10 S. Park St, Lebanon NH
Sunday, July 22, 4:00 pm
The Church on the Hill, Lawrence Hill Rd, Weston
Monday, July 23, 7:30 pm
Caledonia Grange #9, E. Church St, East Hardwick

Flowers of the Field is a varied and inspiring program of classical choral works accompanied by violist Elizabeth Reid and pianist Paul Orgel. The concert includes Nursery Rhymes, a rarely performed set of eighteen witty miniature settings of Czech nursery rhymes by Leoš Jánaček, Flos Campi, one of Ralph Vaughan Williams’s finest creations, alternately rhapsodic and vigorous, and the premiere of a setting of a Sara Teasdale poem by Vermont composer Matthew LaRocca. Plus short works by Ernest Bloch, Michael Ippolito, Tawnie Olson, and Richard Stoehr.

Open rehearsal by donation.
Friday and Saturday concerts admission at the door:
$20 adults/$15 seniors/$5 students & limited means
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