1997-1998 concert season schedule

Saturday, October 18th, 1997, 8:00PM
Barnes Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

    Fall...in Love Come explore the wonder of new-found love with us. Featured works include "Fire Madrigals" from the 16th and 20th centuries, songs of loving and longing by the Beatles and Manhatten Transfer, and tales of love regained by Gustav Holst and Vaughan Williams. Musical Direction by John Rowehl.

Saturday, December 13th, 1997, 8:00PM
Bailey Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

    Handel's Messiah, with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra. We are delighted and honored to be the musical guests of such an outstanding musical institution presenting the world's best-known oratorio of all time. Musical Direction by Tom Sokol (Cornell University, Emeritus).

Saturday, February, 28th, 1998, 8:00PM
First Unitarian Church, Ithaca, New York

    Angst and Ennui: Cabin Fever. Continuing our "Seasons of Love" theme, we park on the dark side of love. Selections include
    • Moro Lasso by that madcap master of mirth, Giancarlo Gesualdo.
    • Morten Lauridsen's Fire Madrigals
    • Luigi Dallapiccola's "Chorus of unhappy wives and ill-mated husbands"
    • Songs of John Dowland
    • My Funny Valentine, You've got to hide your love away, and more!

Saturday, April 4th, 1998, 8:00PM
Johnson Art Museum, Cornell University

    An Evening of Wine and Song. Join us for an evening of dionysian delights. Bring a discerning ear and palate for aural and oral treats. Watch this space for more details. The program will be similar to our cabaret of last year. For details of that performance, visit our schedule of last year's concerts.

    Guest artist: Ed Murray, piano, who recently released a CD of jazz standards with another well-known Ithacan, David Borden.

Saturday, May 30th, 1998, 8:00PM
St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Ithaca, New York

    Love Grows Old. Our farewell concert of the season presents old love in all its aspects: strong love that endures, leave-takings, rediscovery.

Other Opportunities to Hear Us.

Saturday, November 1st, 1997, 8:00PM
First Unitarian Church, Ithaca, NY

    An Evening of Wine and Song. This is a repeat of our enormously successful Cabaret-style evening at the Johnson Art Museum last April. An evening of song and entertainment, featuring the songs of George Gershwin and selections from Forbidden Broadway---a parody of classic Broadway tunes. There will also be a wine tasting generously sponsored by the Cayuga Wine Trail! Bring a discerning ear and palate for aural and oral treats.

    This performance benefits the Ithaca Community Chorus in their quest to bring the Vasiliastrovskii Children's Choir of St. Petersburg back to the U. S. Guest artist: Ed Murray, piano, who recently released a CD of jazz standards with another well-known Ithacan, David Borden.

Saturday, December 6th, 1997, 8:15PM
First Unitarian Church, Ithaca, NY

    The Grand Tour: Part the Second Join us and our musical hosts, the New York State Baroque, in a performance of Charpentier's "Messe pour la minuit de noel". This concert will be repeated on Sunday, December 7th, 4PM, at Church of the Savior in Syracuse, NY.

Friday, February 20th, 1997, 7PM
Congregational Church, Homer, NY

    The Lighter Side of Love Join us for a soiree of light entertainment at the Homer Congregational Church. Madrigals, Broadway tunes, Gershwin, and more round out the program.

 

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