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Mar. 01 2019

3-2-19 Music in Maryland Handel Choir and Third Practice.

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

This week MiM Featured fine live performances by the Handel Choir of Baltimore and Third Practice.

William Byrd: Mass for Four Voices

Performed on November 19, 2016 at the Basilica of the Assumption, Baltimore, MD

Robin Beckman & Katelyn Aungst, soprano

Shauna Kreidler Michels & Natalia Kojanova, mezzo-soprano

Joshua Bornfield & Patrick Kilbride, tenor

Gilbert Spencer & Karl Hempel, bass

Santana Bartoldus, organ

Brian Bartoldus, conductor


Gabriel Fauré: Requiem

Performed on April 21, 2018 at Second Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, MD
Handel Choir of Baltimore
Children’s Chorus of Maryland
Howard County Concert Orchestra
Timothy Pepin, treble
Daryl Yoder, baritone
Ronald Mutchnik, violin
Paul Skevington, organ
Brian Bartoldus, conductor

We also played a couple of recordings featuring the late Andre Previn.

PLAY DATE: Sat, 03/02/2019
   6:00 PM            2636  
      Ralph Vaughan Williams        Fantasia on Greensleeves                Seraphim   69104
        COND Andre Previn                  AHN dray  PREH vihn                     
        ORCH London Symphony Orchestra     
                                                         4:35   C  1 7-7
 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
   7:15 PM            17066  
      Karl Goldmark                 Rustic Wedding Symphony in E-Flat  Op 26Angel/EMI  64319
        COND Andre Previn                  AHN dray  PREH vihn                     
        ORCH Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 
                                                       46:06    C  1 5-6
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