The Newburgh Symphonic Chorale
The Newburgh Symphonic Chorale, with Peter Sipple its director, will pay tribute to Earth Day!
The theme of this concert’s repertoire is “Celebrating Earth,” and will include Haydn’s “The Heavens are Telling” from The Creation; the “Geographical Fugue” of Ernst Toch; “He’s got the Whole World in His Hands” in a setting by Fenno Heath; and John Rutter’s two charming anthems “All Things Bright and Beautiful” and “For the Beauty of the Earth.”
The Newburgh Symphonic Chorale, is directed by Peter Sipple.
No tickets required; a free-will offering will be taken.
About the Newburgh Symphonic Chorale
The Newburgh Symphonic Chorale, comprised of 30-35 volunteer singers, was created fifteen years ago by the GNSO. With concerts typically scheduled in the spring and fall, the group sings both a cappella and with accompaniment.
Director Peter Sipple extends an invitation to all area singers to join the GNSO’s fine community choral organization. Weekly rehearsals are Tuesday evenings, from 7 – 9 pm, at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Newburgh, when the chorus is active (from autumn through spring).
How to Join the Chorale
Auditions are not required. Those interested should contact Peter Sipple for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-534-2864.
An Early American Christmas
The Requiem of Gabriel Fauré
“Counting to Christmas: Songs for the Season”
And performances with other regional choirs and the GNSO to perform the Brahms Requiem and the Ninth Symphony of Beethoven.
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