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Globe Subscribers: Help CpM Win Ad Space!

The Boston Globe recently launched the return of the GRANT (Globe Readers and Non-Profits Together) program in which readers can show their support for a specific non-profit organization. The organization with the most support will be given free advertising space in The Boston Globe. Thanks to o...

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New England Philharmonic and Chorus pro Musica take on Britten's rarely performed SPRING SYMPHONY on March 1.

The New England Philharmonic (NEP) under the direction of Richard Pittman will present “Spring Awakening” on March 1 at 4 p.m. at MIT’s Kresge Auditorium. The concert features Benjamin Britten’s rarely performed Spring Symphony and celebrates the arrival of spring after a ...

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World Premiere by James Kallembach The Tryal and Examination of Old Father Christmas: A Masque for Choir and Organ At Old South Church, Friday, December 19

This year's Candlelight Christmas concert will present an intriguing world premiere. Titled The Tryal and Examination of Old Father Christmas: A Masque for Choir and Organ, the piece is a newly commissioned work for chorus SATB, soli, organ and gavel by composer James Kallembach. The work feature...

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CpM performs at Perkins School for the Blind, Dec 1: Free admission!

You are in for a treat! Chorus pro Musica, will perform their 28th annual holiday concert at Perkins School for the Blind. Monday, Dec. 1 at 7 PM (Please note the Chorus will be rehearsing in the hall, 6:30-6:55.) Location: Dwight Hall in the Howe Building (look for building with tower) Campus...

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Chorus pro Musica Announces 2014-15 Season!

Chorus pro Musica (Jamie Kirsch, Music Director) is excited to announce its 66th season! CpM will perform five concerts in 2014-15. Our season includes world premieres of new commissions by composers Stephen Feigenbaum and James Kallembach, and collaborations with local performing ensembles Bosto...

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Boston Musical Intelligencer interview with Jamie Kirsch about Annelies

It’s understandable when famous pieces get duplicated performances in the programs of the area’s 100-plus choral groups: for instance Boston Cecilia and Chorus pro Musica are both doing the Bach B-minor Mass this season. But it’s surprising when a relatively obscure piece gets t...

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"A very bright future indeed for CpM in the hands of Jamie Kirsch" says Musical Intelligencer!

November 3 marked our first concert under the able baton of new conductor Jamie Kirsch. Boston Musical Intelligencer's Sudeep Agarwala wrote a very positive review of our performance: "Sunday afternoon was a mere month after Chorus Pro Musica performed with Benjamin Zander in Symphony Hall in Be...

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Chorus pro Musica names Jamie Andrew Kirsch new music director

Chorus pro Musica is pleased to announce that the Board of Trustees has unanimously selected Dr. Jamie Andrew Kirsch as its next Music Director and he has accepted. Kirsch succeeds Dr. Betsy Burleigh who steps down as Music Director of Chorus pro Musica as of June 30, 2013, in order to accept a n...

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"Reminiscences" from the November 1973 Mozart C Minor Mass concert program

REMINISCENCES Nostalgia is strong amongst the Chorus members and Phyllis Curtin concerning tonight’s C Minor Mass concert. Twenty-five years ago we presented a first-performance of the Mass in New England - an unknown work by an unknown Chorus at Trinity Church. We were fortunate enough to...

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Concert Review: March 21, 1949 Boston premiere of Mozart's C Minor Mass

Mass in C Minor By RUDOLPH ELIE What may well have been the largest crowd of people that ever got inside Trinity Church in Copley Square (2000 people, according to the sexton, for the 1400 or so seats) had a musical experience last night of so honest and so elevated a character that few are like...

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