2023-2024 Concerts - Our 42nd Season

Annelies

Annelies


The season opens in January with two performances of Annelies, a large-scale choral work on texts from Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl. This work of haunting beauty evokes the harrowing story of Anne and her family hiding from the Nazis during the Second World War. Composed in 2005 by British national James Whitbourn, Annelies is the only major choral-orchestral work based on her words, and features a soprano soloist, piano, violin, cello and clarinet.

This program was presented January 21 & 28.
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“The building was bursting with joy and harmony...”
–Robin M.
love is love is love

love is love is love


What is love? Artistic Director Jason Iannuzzi directs the Cantemus Chamber Chorus in a program of “songs of love” in all its forms: Love among friends Romantic love Love between parent and child and Love for all humankind. From a new arrangement of The Parting Glass… to Bernstein’s To What You Said … to Linthicum-Blackhorse’s arrangement of the Lakota lullaby Chante Waste Hoksila (My Kind-hearted Boy) ... to Joan Szymko’s rousing It Takes a Village and more. What the world needs now is love — and this concert is filled with it!

This program was presented May 11 & 12.
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