Friday, March 6, 2015

A spring concert by Stamford Symphony Orchestra

The Stamford Symphony is performing with the Greenwich Choral Society on March 14 at  8 p.m. and March 15 at 3 p.m. at the Palace Theater in Stamford on 61 Atlantic Street.  The concert, called Mozart Requiem & Glass will feature  Phillip Glass Symphony No. 3 and Requiem, K. 626  performed by the Greenwich Choral Society with Rachel Rosales, Soprano, Teresa Bucholz, Alto, Rufus Mueller, Tenorand Mischa Bouvier, Bass.

The Greenwich Choral Society was founded on October 11, 1924. Today, it is led by, Music Director and Conductor, Paul F. Mueller. The Greenwich Choral Society is a not-for-profit membership-based organization primarily serving Fairfield (CT) and Westchester (NY) counties, dedicated to excellence in the presentation of choral music.
The chorus has a long history of performing great choral works not only locally but also internationally. The chorus has performed at the Aldeburgh Festival and Greenwich Festival in England to mark the American Bicentennial in 1976. The Choral Society returned to England in 1985, with performances at Aldeburgh, in London, and at various cathedrals. Other summer tours have included trips to the Czech Republic, Spain, Italy and France.
In past years, the Choral Society has performed in New York City at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Carnegie Hall, St. Thomas Church, and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. The Choral Society has also performed several times with the Greenwich Symphony, New Haven Symphony, New Haven Chorale, and Stamford Symphony, as well as at the Ives Festival in Danbury.
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