“Old, New, Borrowed, and LONG OVERDUE” – An interactive tour of choral music by exploring the footnotes.
Voices of Concinnity Chamber Ensemble will present a concert that is interactive, inclusive, engaging, and affordable (admission is free, but donations welcomed).
Eastern Connecticut’s newest vocal chamber ensemble, Voices of Concinnity, presents an inclusive, and innovative choral program called “Old, New, Borrowed, and Long Overdue” – by explroing the “footnotes” including interesting tidbits that lend to the incredible journey these songs have taken, such as Allegri’s “Miserere”, and composers who’ve been relegated to the footnotes due to gender, race, or otherwise.
The performance will be green by having the convert program available digitally and the audience engaging with an app designed for this program. The result will be an eclectic mix of artfully crafted choral music, compelling stories and trivia fun.
Voices of Concinnity is sponsored by Consonare Choral COmmunity, a non-profit organization dedicated to and building community through choral music through affordable and accessible programs. There is no admission but donations will benefit the Consonare Choral Community. Following the concert is a reception in St. Peter’s Parish Hall to greet the artists.