Benjamin Britten’s choral Spring Symphony celebrates the arrival of that season after the long English winter, through settings of lyric poems from Spenser to Auden for a splendid array of voices and instruments. We are[...]
This sacred oratorio brims with the beautiful yet unrelenting musical and textual tension found between gentle reflective arias and brutal crowd choruses. Betrayal, torment, and death commingle with messages of peace and hope in this[...]
Emmanuel Music embarks on a new multi-year Chamber Series exploring the instrumental chamber music and songs of Felix Mendelssohn alongside the intense, reflective art songs of Hugo Wolf. Year One features the early works of[...]
NEP’s 2014-15 Season concludes with Matthew Browne’s Call for Scores winning piece that takes its inspiration from 2001: A Space Odyssey, while Composer Laureate Gunther Schuller’s Meditation revisits the start of his long and illustrious[...]
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