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CONCERT CALENDAR 2019-2020
Rachel Feldman, conductor

Jake Troy, piano

Prism Concert: An Ensemble Sampler
A Family Weekend Concert featuring the Camel Heard, Chorale, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, New Chamber Music Ensemble, Orchestra and Trad Band.
Friday, October 11, 2019
Evans Hall, 6:15 pm

Fall Choral Concert
Chorale and Camel Heard present their fall term concert.
Sunday, Nov 17, 2019, 4:00 pm
Harkness Chapel

Advent Meditation
featuring holiday music by the Connecticut College Choirs and Orchestra
Wednesday, December 4, 2019, noon
Harkness Chapel

Belshazzar’s Feast with the Eastern CT Symphony
Saturday, April 25, 7:30 pm
Garde Arts Center
Toshi Shimada, conductor

Spring Choral Concert
Chorale and Camel Heard present their spring term concert.
Sunday, April 19, 2020, 4:00 pm
Harkness Chapel


 

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Dayton Artist in Residency Program 2019

Chorosynthesis Singers Empowering Silenced Voices CD Release Party
Join Dr. Wendy Moy, Assistant Professor of Music/Co-Artistic Director, Dr. Jeremiah Selvey, Co-Artistic Director, and Chorosynthesis Singers in celebrating the release of their first double CD on the international label, Centaur Records. They will play selections from their new release, and the performers will share their experience with performing new music focused on themes of social consciousness. 

Tuesday, April 9, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Hood Dining Room

Entrepreneurship in Music Panel Lunch
Join Dr Wendy Moy, Assistant Professor of Music/Co-Artistic Director of Chorosynthesis Singers,  Dr. Jeremiah Selvey, Co-Artistic Director of Chorosynthesis Singers, Dr. Stephen Lancaster, Head of the Graduate Voice Program at University of Notre Dame, and members of the professional ensemble Chorosynthesis Singers in a discussion on creating a successful career in the field of music.

Wednesday, April 10, 11:50 am – 1:05 pm
Fortune Hall

Searching for Home
Guest Recital with Dr. Stephen Lancaster, Baritone and Jill Brunelle, Pianist

Dr. Stephen Lancaster, Baritone and Head of Graduate Voice Program at the University of Notre Dame and Jill Brunelle, pianist from the Yale School of Music will present an evening of music on themes of togetherness. Pieces will include L’horizon chimérique by Gabriel Fauré, Gilgamesh Songs by J. Scott Brubacher, Liederkreis by Robert Schumann, and other American favorites.

Wednesday, April 10, 7:30 pm
Evans Hall

Guest Composer Talk with Dr. Thomas Schuttenhelm
Composer of Chorosynthesis Singers’ commissioned work and Artistic Director of Network for New Music Thomas Schuttenhelm will join us for a conversation around the following questions:

  • What does the commissioning process look like?
  • How does one write a specific work for a particular ensemble?

Additionally, Dr. Schuttenhelm will share the journey of composing  Seven Living Words of the HIV Positive for Chorosynthesis Singers that will be performed in Evans Hall on April 13. 

Thursday, April 11, 11:50 am – 1:05 pm
Cummings 224

Vocal Masterclass with Dr. Stephen Lancaster featuring Connecticut College voice students
Dr. Stephen Lancaster, Baritone and Head of the Graduate Voice Program at the University of Notre Dame will work with three Connecticut College voice students. This masterclass is free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Dayton Artist in Residency Program.

Friday, April 12, 4:00-5:30 pm
Evans Hall

Empowering Silenced Voices Concert

Saturday, April 13, 7:30 pm
Pre-Concert Talk, 6:45 pm
Evans Hall

Collaborative Performers
Guest Ensemble Chorosynthesis Singers
Guest Conductor  Jeremiah Selvey
Guest Soloist Stephen Lancaster
Guest Pianist Eric Trudel

Connecticut College Camel Heard and Chorale
Wendy Moy, Director of Choral Activities & Co-Artistic Director, Chorosynthesis Singers

Featuring the East Coast Premiere of Seven Living Words of the HIV Positive by Thomas Schuttenhelm

Guest artists Chorosynthesis Singers, guest soloist Stephen Lancaster, and the Connecticut College Choirs will collaborate in a concert that brings voice to the silenced, the under-represented members of society, the oppressed, and the stigmatized. This concert will feature music on themes of social justice, war, colonialism, and non-heteronormative love by Harold Arlen, Conrad Asman, Leonard Bernstein, Abbie Betinis, Tomás Olano, Kala Pierson, Stephen Schwartz, Michael Robert Smith, Keane Southard, Mari Esabel Valverde, and C. G. Walden. It will also include the East Coast Premiere of Seven Living Words of the HIV Positive by Thomas Schuttenhelm, commissioned by Chorosynthesis Singers. Sponsored by the Dayton Artist in Residency Program.

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