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Saturday, May 24, 2014, at 8:00 PM
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

New England Symphonic Ensemble
Preston Hawes, Artistic Director


Ruth Dwyer, Guest Conductor

Treble Choir Festival
Rogers and Hammerstein/Arr. Kirby Shaw:  A Grand Night for Singing from State Fair
arr. Dwyer/Jones: Beidh Aonach Amarach (Irish Tune)
Mozart/arr. Keylock & Friedersdorf: Laudamus te
arr. Rollo Dilworth: Walk in Jerusalem
Gershwin/arr. Mark Hayes: Summer Time
Berlin/arr. Emerson: Blue Skies
Cindy Bayne: Honor
Ward/Arr. Dwyer & Ellis: America the Beautiful (We Are A People)

Participating choruses
Columbus Children's Choir, IN
Evansville Children's Choir, IN
Indianapolis Children's Choir & Kantorei, Indianapolis, IN
Hancock County Children's Choir, New Palestine, IN
Voices in the Laurel, Lake Junaluska, NC
Dominican Academy, New York, NY
Young Choirs of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK

William Wyman, Guest Conductor

Stephen Paulus: To be certain of the dawn (New York Premiere)

Participating choruses
Summit Christian Academy Choirs, Lee's Summit, MO
Central Community College Choir, Columbus, NE
Lincoln Choral Artists, NE
Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir, Lincoln, NE
University of Nebraska Omaha Concert Choir, NE
Western Nebraska Community College Collegiate Chorale, Scottsbluff, NE
The Children's Chorus of Sussex County, Newton, NJ
South Brunswick High School Choir, Monmouth Junction, NJ
Quintessential Vocal Ensemble, St. John's NL, Canada

Ensemble Spotlight Series

Sarah Rostotski
Susan Quinn

Susan Quinn, Conductor

Quintessential Vocal Ensemble, St. John's, NL, Canada

Levente Gyöngyösi: Te Lucis Ante Terminum
Eric Whitacre/Octavio Paz: Water Night
Kathleen Allan/Al Pittman: Searston Beach
Leonard Enns: Te Deum Brevis
Leonard Enns: As On Wings (premiere)
arr. Moses Hogan: Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel

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Monday, May 26, 2014, at 8:00 PM
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

New England Symphonic Ensemble
Preston Hawes, Artistic Director


John Rutter, Guest Conductor

MaryAnne McCormick, Mezzo-soprano

Mozart: Requiem in D minor, K.626

Participating Choruses
Sanctuary Choir from Rolling Hills Covenant Church, CA
The Masterworks Choir of Florence, SC
The Voices of Virginia Wesleyan College and Tidewater Community College, Virginia Beach, VA
Spokane Falls Community College Choir, WA
Germantown High School Chamber Choir, WI


Terre Johnson, Guest Conductor

Terre Johnson: Missa femina (New York Premiere)

Participating Choruses
Vestavia Hills Baptist Church Choir, Birmingham, AL
Judson College Singers, Marion, AL
 

Ensemble Spotlight Series

Michael John Trotta, Conductor

The Voices of Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, VA

The Choral Music of Michael John Trotta
Music of Stillness, Peace, and Hope

Stillness 
Veni, Veni Emmanuel
I Shall See

Peace
And Peace Shall Guard You
A Prayer for Peace

Hope
Till All of Us Be Free

Prelude Concert, 7 PM

William Carswell, Conductor

Vod┼łanský: Rorando coeli
Stephen Paulus: Pilgrims’ Hymn from The Three Hermits
Chesnokov: Salvation is Created
Scarlatti: Exsultate Deo
Eleanor Daley: In Remembrance from Requiem 
Hovland: Stay With Us from Captive and Free
John Tebay: Psalm 57

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