Monthly Archives: September 2011

A Preview of the New Season

Members of The Choir are now on a brief hiatus for the remainder of September, which gives me enough of a pause to sit down and do some writing to preview the 2011-2012, which is already underway.   This brief … Continue reading

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Bach at Noon Wrap-Up

We had a wonderful audience for today’s season-opening Bach at Noon.  Listeners were treated to a fantastic performance of Bach’s E-Major Harpsichord Concerto, played with elan by Charlotte Mattax-Moersch. Additionally, members of The Choir were delighted to sing repertoire from … Continue reading

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Bach at Noon, September 13th

Much wonderful music is on tap for the first Bach at Noon, this coming Tuesday, September, 13th, beginning at 12:10 at Central Moravian Church in Bethlehem.  Savvy attendees know to arrive very early to get a good seat – we … Continue reading

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Remember to Love Wrap-Up (Updated, 9/16)

I imagine that members of The Choir are slowly emerging from what I hope was a long night’s sleep – though I know at least one of us was singing at a Bar Mitzvah this morning.  Our participation in yesterday’s … Continue reading

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Live-blogging NYC

6:11 am: Sleepy singers have assembled for breakfast in advance of our first rehearsal at 7:30 am at Trinity. The coffee is flowing! 7:04 am: We’ve arrived at Trinity. Partly cloudy, but otherwise beautiful Manhattan morning. 10:21 am: We just … Continue reading

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NYC Webcast and Media Links

We had our final rehearsal before the NYC trip this evening.  We sang through several pieces and put a final coat of polish on our repertoire for the trip.  Tonight we rest, tomorrow we journey to the city, and we’ll … Continue reading

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NYC Countdown

The Choir had an excellent rehearsal on Wednesday evening; our second-to-last before our journey into Manhattan for Trinity Church Wall Street’s commemoration of the September 11th tragedy.  Trinity Church’s connection to 9/11 runs very deep, not only for its proximity … Continue reading

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