Mozart Requiem

Mozart Requiem
Waterbury Symphony Orchestra
Leif Bjaland, Conductor

featuring The Hartford Chorale and vocal soloists from The Yale School of Music

Sunday, March 1, 2020
3:00 p.m.

Naugatuck Valley Community College Fine Arts Center

As guest artists of the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Hartford Chorale singers bring one of the world’s most beloved masterpieces and one of our own signature works to the audiences of Waterbury. Visit https://www.waterburysymphony.org/march-1-all-mozart or call 203-574-4283 for tickets and further information.

CANCELLED – Salute to Hartt School of Music – Berlioz Te Deum

Together with Hartt School Symphony Orchestra, Hartt Singers, and the New Haven Chorale, we celebrate in a gala musical celebration the 100th anniversary of the Hartt School of Music and the retirement of Dr. Edward Bolkovac, director of choral activities at Hartt for almost 20 years. May 1 and 3, 2020.

Dr. Edward Bolkovac, Edward Cumming, Glen Adsit, conductors

Fri, May 1, 2020
8:00 p.m.
St. Joseph Cathedral, Hartford

Sun, May 3, 2020
3:00 p.m.
Woolsey Hall, New Haven

Hartford performance: Admission free; tickets required. Go to hartford.edu/boxoffice starting Jan 2, 2020.
New Haven performance: Email business@newhavenchorale.org or call 203-203 776-SONG

CANCELLED – Beethoven’s Ninth

In response to the escalating threat of COVID-19 in Connecticut, the June 5-7 performances of Beethoven’s Ninth have been cancelled.
https://hartfordsymphony.org/concerts/beethovens-ninth/

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 “Choral”
Hartford Symphony Orchestra
Carolyn Kuan, Conductor

June 5-7, 2020
Belding Theater at The Bushnell
Hartford, CT

As guest artists of Hartford Symphony Orchestra, we conclude the 2019-2020 season with a true “Ode to Joy” – Beethoven’s towering, magnificent Symphony No. 9. The completion of his final and greatest symphony coincided with his total hearing loss – by the premiere, a concert soloist had to turn him around at the podium so that he could witness the audience’s thunderous applause and ovations.

Visit hartfordsymphony.org/concerts/beethovens-ninth/ or 860.987.5900 for tickets and more information. $38, $50, $62, $72 Use code CHORALE2020 for a discount!

*CANCELLED* Beethoven’s Ninth

Christmas in the Americas

Hartford Chorale presents
Christmas in the Americas
Saturday, December 21, 2019, 4 pm
Immanuel Congregational Church, Hartford

The Hartford Chorale’s 2019 Christmas in the Americas concert is a multicultural celebration of a holiday marked by good will, gift-giving, and boundless cheer. Included will be music from North, Central, and South America, including the Caribbean. Joining the 140-voice chorus will be a three-member percussion ensemble, plus harp, piano, and organ, making full use of the historic and thrilling Austin pipe organ at Immanuel Congregational Church.

Celestial plainchant from Toronto will be neatly juxtaposed with West Indian calypso. Boisterous music of the United States’ “first” composer (and hide-tanner) William Billings of Boston will challenge the unearthly sounds of Connecticut’s best-known and highly captivating composer, Charles Ives. Carols and songs from Appalachia, Colombia, San Juan, Mexico, Venezuela, and many other points north and south will dazzle, along with a new work dedicated to the Chorale just for the occasion. A bountiful array of languages, including Latin, Spanish, Catalan, and English, will provide sparkle and spice.

Designed as a musical feast for families and for all ages, Christmas in the Americas promises to set senses ablaze. Its finale, “A Christmas Garland” by Conrad Susa, brings all of the forces together in a medley of carols and folk songs, with instruments, chorus, and audience joining in sing-along fashion, everyone rollicking through well-known favorites and joyfully raising the roof.

Tickets: hartfordchorale.org or 860-547-1982.
$25 Adults, $10 Students, Children under 13 free
Visit our Tickets page to order

This concert made possible through the Lead Sponsorship of The Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation and support from the Greater Hartford Arts Council and the Hartford Chapter of the American Guild of Organists’ Jolidon Fund.

Hartford Chorale also gratefully acknowledges season support from the following:
Phillip I. Blumberg Fund Richard P. Garmany Fund
Connecticut Office of the Arts Greater Hartford Arts Council
Ensworth Charitable Foundation William and Alice Mortensen Foundation