Saturday, October 9, 2021
First Plymouth Congregational Church
Sunday, October 10, 2021
Wellshire Presbyterian Church
COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS: We will be following Tri-County Health guidelines. Seating may be at limited capacity/distanced, and masks may be required for concert attendance. Check back frequently for updates.
Contemporary women composers hold the spotlight in our first concert of the season. Vox Femina (the female voice) features some of the most creative and active composers working today.
“Night Flight” for choir and cello was written by Cecilia McDowall to mark the centenary of Harriet Quimby’s pioneering flight across the English Channel. Ysaÿe Barnwell (of Sweet Honey in the Rock) sets her popular “Wanting Memories” for unaccompanied choir. We are also excited to premiere two new works: “Give Joan a Sword” by Jocelyn Hagen, and “Peace” by Sarah Quartel, commissioned by Kantorei for these concerts.
Preview and download the full program here.
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For all concerts in this cycle: $25 adults/$20 seniors.
Children and students (with valid student ID) are always free, but make sure to reserve a free ticket online in advance.
Tickets available online up to 24 hours before each concert or at the door ($3.00 more).
Sorry, we are unable to offer refunds.
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