Wow, there is some seriously cool stuff going on this weekend. Bundle up and go see it!
Friday: The BU Choral Ensembles are performing at 8 pm at Marsh Chapel. What are they performing? No idea, as I can't find it listed anywhere, and the BU website is singularly unhelpful on this point, but if Ann Howard Jones is conducting, it is bound to be good.
Also on Friday: Boston Gay Men's Chorus.
Saturday: The Orpheus Singers are performing a program featuring the part-songs of Schubert, as well as works by Brahms, Lassus, Schönberg and Senfl. The program will feature pianists Leslie Amper and Randall Hodgkinson on Schubert's Fantasy in F Minor. At 8 pm at Emmanuel Church, Boston.
Also on Saturday: Boston Gay Men's Chorus, Exsultemus, New England Classical Singers.
Sunday: Koleinu and Temple Ohabei Shalom present "Shiru L'Adonai: Songs of Peace, Praise and Hope." The concert will include Sim Shalom by Michael Isaacson, Max Janowski's playful Adon Olam, and selected compositions by Cantor Schloss. The chorus will also perform the hauntingly beautiful "To Olga" from Aaron Rosenthal's Voices of Terezin. At 4 pm at Temple Ohabei Shalom in Brookline.
Also on Sunday: Boston Gay Men's Chorus, Celebration of Gospel Spirit in Song.
Also, this is the last weekend of the Boston Opera Collaborative's production of The Cunning Little Vixen. Check that out if you have time!
Did I miss anything? Leave it in the comments!