A Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten and Christmas music by Margaret Bonds, Edith Borroff, Katherine Dienes, Jakob Handl, Imogen Holst, Frances McCollin, Jeanne Shaffer, Naomi Stephan, Randall Thompson, and Felicity Williams.
Ranked by Spectator magazine as one of the Triangle’s ten best classical concerts of 1996. Included “The Captives’ Hymn” and “Largo from Dvorak’s New World Symphony” by Margaret Dryburgh.
Vivaldi’s Magnificat, performed on January 9, 1996.
Performed on May 9, 1995.
Revivals of songs from the women’s suffrage movement, including “Votes for Women” by Mary Louise Carlton, and “Three March-songs” by Adelaide Thomas. Performed in January 1995.
“Three Shakespeare Songs*” by Amy Beach and spirituals arranged by Mary Lou India Jackson. Performed in May 1994.
“March of the Women*” and “Laggard Dawn” by Ethel Smyth, and “Les sirenes” by Lili Boulanger.
|Little Innocent Lamb||Arr. Friedman||Songs of Innocence and Dreams
May 4, 2008
|Begin the Beguine||Cole Porter||Cheek to Cheek
May 2, 2009
|Huszt||Zoltán Kodály||Sparks of Divinity
May 1, 2010
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