Music Through the Ages

Spring 2012 FlyerDirector Arther Bragg
 

 

 

 

 

Four Centuries – Three Generations

 

 

 

A truly jubilant and eclectic program of Renaissance Music, Mozart, Eric Whitacre, Folk Songs, Spirituals, and African Song
with

The Monarch High School Madrigal Singers
Director
Brian du Fresne

 

 

Friday April 27th Saturday April 28th
7:30pm 4:00pm
First United Methodist Church Monarch High School
1421 Spruce Street, Boulder
329 Campus Drive, Louisville

This will be a very exciting concert. For the finale we’ll have over 90 singers on stage from high-school age on up. This will be a wonderful multi-generational experience.

The concert features “Ritmo” by Dan Davison, a recent composition that is taking the choral world by storm. It requires two pianists and has lots of latin rhythm with the choirs supplying the percussion with claps and slaps and finger snaps. Also featured in the concert is the talented Alejandro Gómez Guillén, director of Cantabile Singers in Boulder, singing the tenor solo in the popular Venezuelan choral work “Mata del anima sola”, and solos by Rocky Mountain Chorale’s associate director Brian du Fresne and women’s section Leader Lisa Phillips. And if that isn’t enough we’ve paired two choral classics by Mozart and Mendlessohn to be performed with small orchestra.

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