Adelphi Chorale and Adelphi Vocal Ensemble (with livestream)
Adelphi’s Department of Music presents an afternoon of vocal music celebrating the season and inspiring hope.
Adelphi Chorale presents:
Rosas Pandan Music – Visayan folk song /Arr. George G. Hernandez
The Tree of Peace Music – Gwyneth Walker (b.1947)
Northern Lights Music – Ola Gjeilo (b.1978)
White Winter Hymnal – Robin Pecknold (b.1986)
Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind from When Icicles Hang – John Rutter (b.1945)
Hallelujah Chorus from “Messiah” – George Frideric Handel (1685–1759)
Adelphi Vocal Ensemble presents “A Light in Darkness,” a program celebrating hope’s resilience even in the most difficult of times. Our repertoire spans 500 years, sever languages, and everything from traditional choral music to a video game score, a piece where our singers interpret pictures of snowdrifts, and more! We promise an incredible evening of music for every taste. Our program features a new work, Hidden in the grey, bending sky by Stacey Philipps as well as the music of Coleridge-Taylor, Wintory, and Dunphy.
The live streaming of this performance is generously sponsored by the Adelphi Women’s Giving Circle.