Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Not To Be Missed: Upcoming Concerts At St. Paul's Church On Carroll Street

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 199 Carroll Street in Carroll Gardens continues its spectacular music programing with two concerts in March. With its amazing acoustics and setting, these musical events at St.Paul's really should not be missed. Read on for information regarding the upcoming concerts.

20 years of performing, 60 concerts, 20 world premieres, 19 languages- these are some of the Cerddorion Vocal Ensembles accomplishments. Join them on Thursday March 5 @ 8pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and help them celebrate their 20th anniversary. They will be performing past work written expressly for them including music by Elliot Z Levine, David Lang, Paul Moravec and Robert Dennis and premiering works by Martha Sullivan, Joseph Prestamo and Christopher Ryan.

A chamber group of twenty-eight mixed voices, Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble is one of New York’s most highly regarded volunteer choral ensembles. They are known for their eclectic repertoire, encompassing music from the Renaissance to the contemporary

Tickets are $20 online $25 at the door Student/Senior tickets are $10 online and $15 at the door. For advance tickets please visit

Ensemble Companio, a chamber choir directed by Joseph Gregorio, is proud to announce its performance entitled ‘Love’s Faces’ at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, in the Carroll Gardens on March 21st, 2015 at 8:00pm. The performance is sponsored and coordinated by the Brooklyn Sounds Concert Series.

‘Love’s Faces’ features works by Arcadelt, Passereau, Stainer, DuruflĂ©, Lars-Erik Larsson, and a commission by Vince Peterson; arrangements of popular music by The Beatles, Billy Joel, and Randy Newman; and folk music from around the globe. Admission is $20 for the general public and $10 for students / seniors.

Founded in 2011, Ensemble Companio comprises 24 accomplished choral musicians and performs throughout the northeastern United States. Ensemble Companio was awarded the 2012 American Prize in choral performance (community division) for its vibrant sound and moving interpretations, and was invited to perform at the 2013 Fall Conference of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Choral Directors Association. Ensemble Companio derives its name from a late Latin form of “companion,” whose etymological meaning is “one with whom one shares bread.” The name reflects the musicians’ belief that sharing in choral music is an essential, nourishing, and healing endeavor akin to the sharing of food. Ensemble Companio’s mission is to build bridges between people through authentic, inspiring performances of the finest choral music.


Anonymous said...

With its amazing caustics and setting,

I think you meant acoustics

Katia said...

Yes, I did. Damn auto correct. Tanks for pointing it out. Just corrected.