Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Great Musical Performances At St. Paul's In Carroll Gardens

(photo credit: St. Paul's)
St. Paul's Episcopal Church in partnership with the Brooklyn Sounds is hosting their 2012/2013 inaugural concert on October 27th at 8 PM. They will be presenting Choral Chameleon, a twelve-member chamber choir lead by artistic director and founder Vince Peterson.
Don't miss this great musical evening in an amazing setting.

St. Pauls Church in partnership with the Brooklyn Sounds presents:
Choral Chameleon's "ALL MY TRIALS"
October 27th, 8pm
199 Carroll Street (enter on Clinton Street)
Buy tickets to this event here.
Choral Chameleon opens its Fifth Anniversary Season with a musical testament to the human condition; to faith in times of trial, hope for the preservation of human goodness, and coming out on top. Join us as we sing music inspired by the ebb and flow of living of this life, and overcoming those things that test us each day. Including the superb music of Randall Thompson, Moses Hogan, and Janet Jackson, uniquely paired with surprise works by Renaissance and Baroque composers dealing with the same matters. Experience a vocal symphony that could only be sung by Choral Chameleon.
In addition,  St.Paul's will be presenting "Peter And The Wolf" on November 16th at 7 PM.

Children's Concert with Symphony Orchestra
on November 16th 
at St. Paul's 
199 Carroll Street
Vince Peterson, Conductor 
Rufus Hallmark, Narrator
Music Director, Vince Peterson recreates the essence of the legendary "Young People's Concerts" by Leonard Bernstein. The tradition continues with perhaps the greatest children's orchestral work of all time by Sergei Prokofiev. Follow young Peter and his animal friends on an exciting adventure as they capture the dangerous wolf! Each character in the story is represented by an instrument of the orchestra. Then, learn about musical dynamics with the help of Joseph Haydn's famous 94th Symphony. This is sure to be an unforgettable interactive musical event for listeners of all ages!

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