J.S. Bach’s ‘Fugue in B Minor,’ Buxtehude’s ‘Jig Fugue,’ and Pachelbel’s ‘Fuga in D Major’ will be featured by Sondra Goldsmith Proctor, Musician-in-Residence.
Musically remembering Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, with Ad Hoc Singers Julia Pomainville and Alexandra Jacobs Wilke and Organist Sondra Goldsmith Proctor, featuring The Burning Bush by Herman Berlinski and sung works from the Jewish tradition.
Blessing of the Animals will be held on Friday, October 2, at 4:30 p.m. on the Quad in front of Gunnison Chapel. If your pet is not here, please bring a photo of your pet to be blessed.
Family Weekend is an ideal time to honor and celebrate the diversity of the human family. This service will celebrate the three Abrahamic faith traditions. Prayers, music and readings from the Christian, Jewish and Muslim traditions will be offered with a focus on mutual respect and healing. Everyone is welcome to come, learn and celebrate.
As the title suggests, program selections include many diverse works composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), including the overture and aria from The Marriage of Figaro, the Turkish Rondo, Ave Verum Corpus, Symphony No. 25 in g minor, and others. Additional works not composed by Mozart are The Old Church, by Stephen Paulus, and Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid, by Luigi Boccherini.
The Laurentian Singers offer their 16th Annual Christmas Concert and Carol Sing, A European Union Christmas: carols from across the continent under the leadership of Barry Torres. Free admission. Open to the public.
The University Chorus and orchestra, comprised of students and community members led by Barry Torres, orchestra prepared by Christian Hosmer, present Benjamin Britten’s Saint Nicolas, text by Eric Crozier, featuring Steven Brennfleck. http://web1.desales.edu/default.aspx?pageid=7027 Saint Nicolas was written in 1948 for the centennial celebration of Lancing College in Sussex, and was Britten’s first piece written for performance by amateur musicians.