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Shrewsbury Chorale Events

Were you with us at Carnegie Hall?

The New York Grand Opera Soloists, Chorus, and Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Vincent La Selva, augmented by the Shrewsbury Chorale,  & the Metropolitan Greek Chorale presented the Verdi Requiem on Saturday, January 27, 2001,
the 100th anniversary of Verdi's death.
 The New York Grand Opera 

Carnegie Hall

We were honored to join with the New York Grand Opera Soloists, Chorus,
& Orchestra, the Metropolitan Greek Chorale & the Dalton Alumni Choir, conducted
by Maestro Vincent La Selva, in an All-Beethoven concert, including Beethoven's
Ninth Symphony & the Sanctus from Missa Solemnis on
Tuesday, March 26, 2002.

We were pleased to join again with the New York Grand Opera Soloists, Chorus, and Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Vincent La Selva, at Carnegie Hall
Thursday November 7, 2002.
 Rossini's Overture from Semiramide,
Beethoven's 5th Symphony and Verdi's Overture
and Triumphal Scene from Aida.

Monday, June 16, 2003
Mozart Requiem
Charles Hausmann, Conductor
The Shrewsbury Chorale
The Garden State Philharmonic Chorus, Brick, NJ
The Bethel Independent Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Choir, Houston, TX,
The Central Presbyterian Church Chancel Choir, Houston, TX,
The Brenham Chorale and Blinn College Choral Union, Brenham, TX
and The St. Philip Presbyterian Church Choir, Houston, TX.
The soloists: Amy Goldstein, Ryu-Kyung Kim, Todd Geer, William Gleason

Sunday November 30, 2003

The Shrewsbury Chorale at Carnegie Hall
with the New England Symphonic Ensemble
Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms and
Zadok the Priest from Handel's Coronation Anthems

The Shrewsbury Chorale reunited at Carnegie Hall with the New York Grand
Opera
Soloists, Chorus, and Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Vincent La Selva
in the Verdi Requiem on Monday, March 29, 2004.

 
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