It is really late, and I am really tired, so you get the cliff notes version!
First and foremost, I'm singing in a concert with the King's Chapel Choir this Sunday at 5 pm. (I'm a sub, and delighted to be singing with a fun and talented bunch of people.) We'll be singing various settings of New England poetry, including two works commissioned for this concert. As a singer, it's a delight to sing really good poetry, something that doesn't always happen. Stop on by and hear some neat new music, and some tried-and-true music as well.
Here is your acrostic guide to the rest of the weekend.
The Dream of Gerontius by Elgar, performed by the TFC and the BSO -
Heppner solos with others. Another option -
Exsultemus presents Behind the Vespers for St. Louis.
Halalisa Singers or
Ave Maris Stella Vocal Ensemble? Perhaps
Passio and the Elm City Consort or
Pizmon will please
Convivium Musicum is a winner. Or how about
Requiem by Verdi by the Westford Chorus?
so many good options!