Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Shawnee Press at Carnegie Hall
Event Date: February 17, 2014
Posted: December 16, 2013
Monday, February 17, 2014
Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Shawnee Press
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
DCINY proudly presents an evening of choral music with full symphony orchestra in celebration of the 75th anniversary of Shawnee Press. Music featured in this concert comes from the Shawnee Press catalog and is by some of their most well-known composers and arrangers including Greg Gilpin, an ASCAP award-winning choral composer-arranger; Mark Hayes and Joseph Martin, prominent award-winning church composer-conductors; and Tim Seelig, Artist Director and Conductor of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus.
Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International
Greg Gilpin, Mark Hayes, Joseph Martin, and Tim Seelig, Conductors
BATES/WARD, ARR. GASPARD America The Beautiful
GILPIN Live Your Dream
BERLIN, ARR. RINGWALD Give Me Your Tired Your Poor
MARTIN The Awakening
HAYES The Glorious Music Of Life
FOSTER, ARR. MARK HAYES Oh! Susanna
SIMON, ARR. MARK HAYES Bridge Over Troubled Water
WITHERS/HAMILTON/CARAWAN PIANO HORTON/SEEGER, ARR. HAYES
Lean On Me/We Shall Overcome
HAYES Swinging With The Saints
GILPIN Why We Sing HOWE/STEFFE, ARR. RINGWALD Battle Hymn Of The Republic
CANNON, ARR. GILPIN Won’t You Please Come Home?
TRADITIONAL, ARR. GILPIN The Wayfaring Stranger
J. PAUL WILLIAMS/JOSEPH MARTIN Shout To God
GRAHAM/LOVLAND, ARR. MARTIN You Raise Me Up
SORENSON God Of Heaven
MARTIN Come To The Music.
MARTIN Goin’ To The Holy City
BERLIN ARR. MARTIN God Bless America
Tickets: Regularly $20 - $100 – 30% off with discount code DCI18191 (can be used online, by phone, or in person at the box office)
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