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iCal 3:00 PM. Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra [MA]: Handel's Jephtha. We will be performing Handel's final oratorio, Jephtha, with soloists: Jephtha - Richard Monroe, tenor; Iphis - Teresa Wakim, soprano; Storges - Deborah Rentz-Moore, mezzo soprano; Hamor - Reginald Mobley, countertenor; Zebul - John Whitlesley, baritone; Angel - Margot Law, soprano. Hale School, 55 Hartley Road, Stow MA

iCal 3:00 PM. Sounds of Stow Festival Chorus and Orchestra [MA]: J.S. Bach: Christmas Oratorio (choruses, arias and chorales). Erika Vogel, soprano; Laryssa Doohovskoy, mezzo-soprano; Jason Wang, tenor; James Dargan, baritone; Andrew Sorg, baroque trumpet; Margot Law, narrator. Hale Middle School, 55 Hartley Rd, Stow MA 01775

iCal 3:00 PM. Sounds of Stow Festival Chorus and Orchestra [MA]: John Rutter: Mass of the Children; Psalm 150; “This is the Day” (composed for the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, 2011); “For the Beauty of the Earth”; Bert Appermont: Colors, (Alexei Doohovskoy, trombone). Laura Troisi, soprano; Jonathan Eldridge, baritone; Weston Middle School Concert Singers, Jonathan Eldridge, director. With full orchestra. Hale Middle School, 55 Hartley Rd, Stow MA 01775

iCal 4:00 PM. Sounds of Stow Festival Chorus and Orchestra [MA]: Songs of the Civil War. A concert of historic selections to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the conclusion of the American Civil War. First Parish Church, 353 Great Road (Rte 117), Stow MA 01775

iCal 7:30 PM. Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra [MA]: Sing with Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra. The Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra welcomes singers in all voice categories to join us in preparing for our fall concert Sunday, Nov. 22. Artistic Director and Conductor Barbara Jones has selected Monteverdi’s “Vespers of 1610”, which will be presented with full orchestral accompaniment and some of Boston’s outstanding Baroque singers. The “Vespers” is alternately large scale and intimate, and it is considered the first major work for chorus and orchestra. It is unusual for a community chorus to perform this piece; do not miss this opportunity to appreciate its wonders as we work together through weekly rehearsals. Sounds of Stow first performed this splendid work in 2010 and we return to it now because it was such a memorable experience for performers and audience alike. Open rehearsals are Monday evenings from 7:30-9:30 starting August 31. Participation in the SATB chorus is open to all—no auditions required—and offers the opportunity to learn exciting and challenging music in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. First Parish Church, 353, Great Rd. Stow MA 01775

iCal 3:00 PM. Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra [MA]: Schumann, Mendelssohn, Fauré, and Rutter. Felix Mendelssohn: Lauda Sion; Gabriel Fauré: Requiem; and John Rutter: Hymn to the Creator of Light (newly orchestrated). Johanna Geremia, soprano; Hannah Klein, mezzo-soprano; Lucas Guzman, baritone; Womsikuk James, baritone-bass (from Handel and Haydn’s prestigious Vocal Arts Program for outstanding high school singers); New England Conservatory senior Timothy Ayers-Kerr, tenor. With Robert Schumann’s piano concerto, Mana Tokuno, pianist. Tickets: $25 general admission, $20 seniors and adult students, $10 for students ages 5 to 18. Open Rehearsal on Saturday, March 19 at 1:30 PM ($5 donation requested). Hale School is fully handicapped accessible. A shuttle provided by Stow Council on Aging will be available from parking areas near routes 117 and 62. Hale School auditorium, 55 Hartley Rd, Stow MA 01775 (View flier)


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