As Lent approaches, some powerful music is planned for Third Baptist Church in Grand Center, St. Louis. Singers interested in taking part in some or all of these presentations (repertoire available on church website) are invited to contact the Director of Music, Dr. Philip Barnes, at the church. Prior choral experience is expected, and some reading skills necessary; these help in keeping the weekly time commitment to a minimum. Contact pbarnes (at) third-baptist.org for more information.
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Back by popular demand! Marin Baroque presents a Singers’ Workshop “A Legacy: Buxtehude – Bach” for choral singers and soloists on Saturday, March 7. It will be directed by Daniel Canosa, Music Director of Marin Baroque. Rita Lilly is our exceptional vocal coach; she will conduct the workshop sessions for soloists on Friday evening, March 6. We will learn and perform Buxtehude’s Ihr lieben Christen freut Euch nun BuxWV 51 and Bach’s Gottes Zeit (Actus tragicus) BWV 106. Saturday’s workshop will conclude with an informal performance to which the public is invited. Yuko Tanaka will accompany both the soloist and choral sessions as well as the performance.
Advance registration required. First deadline is Feb 22.
Choral singers: 10 am – 5 pm, Saturday March 7
Soloists: 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm, Friday March 6 & 10 am – 5 pm, Saturday March 7
Info and registration: https://www.marinbaroque.org/copy-of-workshops
First Presbyterian San Anselmo, 72 Kensington Rd, San Anselmo, CA 94960
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Tim Knight’s Unison Canticles are ever-popular and have wide appeal… most recently having been selected by the RSCM for their forthcoming ‘Young Voices Festival 2020’ on 7th March in London. This piece is now also available as a PDF download and there are links to recordings of both the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis via the product page (we are excitedly awaiting more recordings from choirs in the UK and US later this year which are currently in production!).
Dear conductors, let me show you this new piece of mine (SATB a cappella with soprano solo).
It’s a setting of a poem by William Blake, the great English poet.
THE FLY is about the ephemeral of our life.
It’s a really timeless poem, still very modern.
Does anyone have 40 copies of the Gospel Mass by Robert Ray that they are not using anymore? Thank you.