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The Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus Announces a Free OPEN SING: Great Moments in Men’s Choral Music!

Mon, June 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free

The Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus Announces a Free OPEN SING: Great Moments in Men’s Choral Music!

An evening of sonorous music making and camaraderie

Monday, June 19 2017 at 7pm
First Parish Church
349 Boston Post Road
Weston, Massachusetts 02493

Saengerfest invites men to enjoy singing music for 4-part male voices:

Ave Maria-Franz Biebl

Testament of Freedom-Randall Thompson

Choose something like a star-Randall Thompson

Speed your journey (Va pensiero)-Giuseppe Verdi

Sure on this shining night-Morten Lauridson

Shenandoah-arr. Marshall Bartholomew

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child-arr. Fenno Heath

Ride the chariot-arr. William Dawson

Go down Moses-arr. Moses Hogan

Brothers, sing on-Edvard Grieg

Kalinka-Alexander Alexandrov

Gershwin Medley

Pirates of Penzance Medley-Arthur Sullivan

Saengerfest Music Director, Tom Berryman and Assistant Music Director,

Brendon Shapiro will lead the singing.

The OPEN SING is offered free of charge to basses, baritones and tenors.

Musical scores will be provided for the SING.

Please let us know you are coming to this wonderful free event by Sunday June 18 by signing up at https://saengerfest.org/opensing

It is easy to reach us:
First Parish Church of Weston is located within one mile of the Route 128 and Route 20 intersection. Ample parking is available.

For further information, please contact bsmcmanager@gmail.com

The Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus Announces a Free OPEN SING: Great Moments in Men’s Choral Music!

Details

Date:
Mon, June 19
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://saengerfest.org

Organizer

Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus
Phone:
bsmcmanager@gmail.com
Email:
http://saengerfest.org/contact-us/
Website:
www.saengerfest.org

Venue

First Parish Church Weston
349 Boston Post Road
Weston, 02493
Website:
www.saengerfest.org/workshop