St. Paul’s in Englewood, NJ invites you to be a part of their second annual St. Paul’s Choral Festival. The festival took place at St. Bart’s in NYC for many years, led by the late Gordon Appleton (well known to many through international programs sponsored by RSCM America). At last year’s festival, more than sixty singers from four states gathered under the direction of Loraine Enlow for a memorable day of singing and worship.
This year’s music director will be David Pulliam, the director of Music at St. Luke’s in Darien, CT. He serves as a gold examiner for the RSCM and founded the Bishop’s choir School at Christ Church Cathedral in Springfield, MA prior to his time at St. Luke’s
The repertoire will include George Dyson’s Evening Canticles in D, Herbert Howells’ O Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem, and more. The day will begin with registration at 9:00am, followed by rehearsal time and other activities, lunch, and Evensong at 3:00pm. The offering will be given as a scholarship to the RSCM Newport Course in memory of Gordon Appleton.
Mark Trautman is organizing this event. He asks that folks register by Easter Monday (April 22). Registration is $20 per chorister, which will cover the cost of lunch.
More info will be available soon. Contact email@example.com for more information.
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is offering the annual Diocesan Adult Choir Festival on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 1-6pm. Led by Cathedral Director of Music Kent Tritle, the festival promises to be a highlight of the season.
Register and download music here: https://www.dioceseny.org/ednyevent/2019-adult-choir-festival/
Registration deadline is February 20, 2019. For more information, contact Cathedral Music Administrator Stephen Biegner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Artist in residence David Briggs, international concert organist and composer, will perform the world premiere of his transcription of Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7 at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. This is his second performance in the ‘Great Organ: A Recital Series’, part of the 2018-19 season of Great Music in a Great Space series. Tickets are $25.
More information here.