MidAmerica Productions Concert Series

New York, Carnegie Hall
New York, U.S.A.
Carnegie Hall
Sun 12 April 14:00
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New England Symphonic Ensemble


Choirs from the US, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, comprising of more than 400 voices, perform an Easter day program of traditional and modern choral music. Australian composer Thomas King’s Lux et Tenebris is performed in a world premiere. The program also includes Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs, the first of which is a setting of George Herbert’s lyrical poem EasterDiana WiensElise BradleyStephen M. Hopkins and Lindy Connett make their Carnegie Hall conducting debuts.

Programme


MOZART  Vesperae solennes de confessore, K.339 

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS  Five Mystical Songs

BOB CHILCOTT  Canticles of Light

MARK HAYES "Gloria in Excelsis Deo" from Gloria

MARK HAYES  Te Deum

MOZART Mass in C Major, K. 220, "Sparrow" 

FAURÉ Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11 (arr. John Rutter) 

THOMAS KING  Lux ex Tenebris (World Premiere)

Performers

New England Symphonic Ensemble
Diana Wiens, Elise Bradley, Seán Boulware, Stephen M. Hopkins, and Lindy Connett, Conductors
With participating choruses

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    New England Symphonic Ensemble


    Choirs from the US, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, comprising of more than 400 voices, perform an Easter day program of traditional and modern choral music. Australian composer Thomas King’s Lux et Tenebris is performed in a world premiere. The program also includes Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs, the first of which is a setting of George Herbert’s lyrical poem EasterDiana WiensElise BradleyStephen M. Hopkins and Lindy Connett make their Carnegie Hall conducting debuts.

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    MOZART  Vesperae solennes de confessore, K.339 

    VAUGHAN WILLIAMS  Five Mystical Songs

    BOB CHILCOTT  Canticles of Light

    MARK HAYES "Gloria in Excelsis Deo" from Gloria

    MARK HAYES  Te Deum

    MOZART Mass in C Major, K. 220, "Sparrow" 

    FAURÉ Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11 (arr. John Rutter) 

    THOMAS KING  Lux ex Tenebris (World Premiere)

  • Performers

    New England Symphonic Ensemble
    Diana Wiens, Elise Bradley, Seán Boulware, Stephen M. Hopkins, and Lindy Connett, Conductors
    With participating choruses

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