RESIDENT CHORUS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA SYMPHONY
Hear us this spring
Join us for our four remaining concerts this season, or just our two Symphonic Choir concerts: Dvorak's Requiem and Barons of Broadway. Details are available here.
Tues, March 3rd, at 7:30pm
Antonín Dvořák’s monumental Requiem setting soars in the similar grand Romantic style of the settings of Verdi and Berlioz. Dvořák brings to this work a strong sense of dramatic pacing, inventive orchestration, and his own deep religious devotion. From the fire and fury of the “Dies Irae” to the tender pleas of the soloist’s “Pie Jesu”, this performance will captivate, inspire, and engage.
Barons of Broadway
Sun, March 29th, at 3:00pm
This spring, the Chorale and pit orchestra present some of the most beloved music from the American Musical Theater. You’ll hear songs from shows like Camelot, My Fair Lady, Phantom, Cats, Guys and Dolls, and more. In our second installment of Barons of Broadway, we pay homage to the compositional duo Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, Broadway legend Frank Loesser, and internationally-renowned songwriter Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Founded in 1942 as the Raleigh Oratorio Society, the North Carolina Master Chorale is committed to bringing the very finest in choral music performance to Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill audiences. Under the direction of Dr. Alfred E. Sturgis since 1993, the Chorale boasts a 170-voice Symphonic Chorus and a smaller, professional Chamber Choir whose size varies by project.
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