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Chorus pro Musica performs world premiere of "Spencer the Rover" on March 12, 8pm, at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge

Chorus pro Musica presents Journeys, featuring the world premiere of Andy Vores’ ‘Spencer the Rover’ Sanders Theatre│March 12, 2016, at 8 p.m. BOSTON — Chorus pro Musica under the direction of Jamie Kirsch will present Journeys on March 12 at 8 p.m. at Sanders Theatre in ...

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CpM performs at the Perkins School for the Blind, Monday November 30

Chorus pro Musica performs at the Perkins School for the Blind, Monday, November 30. This half-hour performance will include some songs that CpM will perform in the upcoming holiday concerts and a joint performance of "Blue Christmas" with the Perkins Chamber Singers. Free admission! Monday, Nov...

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Program Notes, November 7, 2015 program ("With Strings Attached")

J.S. Bach: Komm, Jesu, Komm, BWV 229 Komm, Jesu, Komm is a motet for double chorus, written by Bach sometime before 1732 in Leipzig, where he had been music director at the Thomaskirche since 1723. The words are by the Leipzig poet Paul Thymich, and had been set to music for a notable funeral nea...

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Chorus pro Musica Announces 2015-16 Season!

For Immediate Release August 20, 2015 Chorus Pro Musica Announces 2015-16 Season Features world premiere from composer Andy Vores │ Performance of Verdi’s Requiem Mass with Boston Philharmonic │ Annual Candlelight Christmas Concert BOSTON — Chorus pro Musica (CpM), under the direct...

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Join us at Chorus pro Musica's 2015 Summer Sings!

Join us this summer at our popular series of summer sings, led by Music Director Jamie Kirsch. Rehearse a great work of choral literature, have a little snack, and then we take it from the top. We welcome singers of all levels throughout the greater Boston community. No experience necessary, and ...

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Program Notes, June 30, 2015 program (other than "Les Noces")

Daniel Pinkham: “Awake, O North Wind”; Eric Whitacre: This Marriage; Bob Chilcott: Aesop’s Fables; Joseph Gregorio: Frog went a-courtin’.

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Program Notes, June 30, 2015 performance of Stravinsky's "Les Noces"

Les Noces is driven by a great sense of rhythmic vitality and exuberance, which binds all the performers together. Everyone must pay close attention and act in perfect synchronization, or the whole edifice collapses. At the same time, the music is bright and energetic, full of high spirits. A suc...

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Behind the Scenes: A BoSoma Dance Company & Chorus pro Musica Collaboration

An inside glimpse into the upcoming joint performance of Stravinsky's Les Noces featuring Chorus pro Musica & BoSoma Dance Company:

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Come to the Wedding Rehearsal: A Glimpse Inside Les Noces

Les Noces is possibly the most invigorating, challenging, confounding piece of music I have ever worked on. It is such a wild ride, I feel like bouncing out of my seat as we sing it. But it takes so much concentration that my brain is working overtime every single second. You cannot let your mind...

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Boston Globe Highlights Chorus pro Musica's Upcoming "Les Noces" Performance

In a recent article, the Boston Globe featured Chorus pro Musica and BoSoma Dance Company highlighting their upcoming joint performance of "Les Noces" in May. The article interviews CpM's Music Director, Jamie Kirsch and focuses on the program's diverse repertoire as well as the creative decision...

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