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After the Pilgrimage: The Journey Home

Sponsored by Elizabeth Randall and Alan Gottlieb Concluding this celebratory year of return, St. Martin’s presents the iconic and touching Songs of Farewell by Hubert Parry (1848-1918), written in the final year of the composer’s life.  Other works on the program feature Seven Songs of the Rubaiyat by Adolphus Hailstork, as well as the premiere […]

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After the Pilgrimage: The Journey Home

Sponsored by Elizabeth Randall and Alan Gottlieb Concluding this celebratory year of return, St. Martin’s presents the iconic and touching Songs of Farewell by Hubert Parry (1848-1918), written in the final year of the composer’s life.  Other works on the program feature Seven Songs of the Rubaiyat by Adolphus Hailstork, as well as the premiere […]

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Songs of Pilgrimage: Camino de Santiago

Sponsored by Peter DeBlois in memory of his wife Marta Algermissen Garay  and Gene & Rosann McCullough Pre concert lecture by Gene McCullough Reaction was so great to our 2019 concert using the Camino de Santiago as its inspiration that St. Martin’s has decided to record the repertoire of that concert as its next commercially […]

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Songs of Pilgrimage: Camino de Santiago

Sponsored by Peter DeBlois in memory of his wife Marta Algermissen Garay and Gene & Rosann McCullough Pre concert lecture by Gene McCullough Reaction was so great to our 2019 concert using the Camino de Santiago as its inspiration that St. Martin’s has decided to record the repertoire of that concert as its next commercially […]

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Songs of Pilgrimage: Camino de Santiago

Sponsored by Peter DeBlois in memory of his wife Marta Algermissen Garay  and Gene & Rosann McCullough Pre concert lecture by Gene McCullough Reaction was so great to our 2019 concert using the Camino de Santiago as its inspiration that St. Martin’s has decided to record the repertoire of that concert as its next commercially […]

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Shiru L’Adonai: Jewish Sacred Music

Pre concert lecture by Seth & Carol Ward  Sponsored by Lesley Manring-Borchers dedicated to Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) and Mizel Museum  St. Martin’s Chamber Choir’s initial foray into the realm of Jewish choral music proved to be a revelation to many of our audience.  Repeating one or two highlights from that concert, St. Martin’s […]

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Shiru L’Adonai: Jewish Sacred Music

Pre concert lecture by Seth & Carol Ward  Sponsored by Lesley Manring-Borchers dedicated to Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) and Mizel Museum  St. Martin’s Chamber Choir’s initial foray into the realm of Jewish choral music proved to be a revelation to many of our audience.  Repeating one or two highlights from that concert, St. Martin’s […]

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A Christmas Oratorio: Herzogenberg’s The Birth of Christ

Sponsored by David Beattie and Philip Van Hoevenberg Johannes Brahms acknowledged only one student as a protégé worthy of his legacy, and that was Heinrich von Herzogenberg (1843-1900).  In 1894, at the height of his powers, Herzogenberg composed a Christmas oratorio entitled Die Geburt Christi (The Birth of Christ) in a form redolent of a […]

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A Christmas Oratorio: Herzogenberg’s The Birth of Christ

Sponsored by David Beattie and Philip Van Hoevenberg Johannes Brahms acknowledged only one student as a protégé worthy of his legacy, and that was Heinrich von Herzogenberg (1843-1900).  In 1894, at the height of his powers, Herzogenberg composed a Christmas oratorio entitled Die Geburt Christi (The Birth of Christ) in a form redolent of a […]

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A Christmas Oratorio: Herzogenberg’s The Birth of Christ

Sponsored by David Beattie and Philip Van Hoevenberg Johannes Brahms acknowledged only one student as a protégé worthy of his legacy, and that was Heinrich von Herzogenberg (1843-1900).  In 1894, at the height of his powers, Herzogenberg composed a Christmas oratorio entitled Die Geburt Christi (The Birth of Christ) in a form redolent of a […]

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