Stand by Me, arr. Moses Hogan
When the storms of life are raging, stand by me. With spring, rising vaccinations, and reopening on the horizon, our hopes are dashed by gun violence and ongoing racial injustices. We're grateful you've stood by us, and NCMC is proud to stand by all those fighting for good, equality, and a better world for all. Thanks to St. Mark's UMC - Midtown Methodist for the use of their Sanctuary for this part of our Healing Spaces project.
Cry Out and Shout, Knut Nystedt
A composer, conductor, organist, and pianist, Knut Nystedt wrote his "Cry Out and Shout" in 1955. The Norwegian musician wrote this, his most famous work in the United States: "Cry out and shout, ye people of God! The Lord is strength and song! Therefore with joy shall ye draw water from the wells of salvation." www.ncmasterchorale.org
2020 Joy of the Season Preview
Purchase tickets for Joy of the Season on our website: www.ncmasterchorale.org This year, ticketholders have the luxury of "attending" a concert late or hearing it over and over again. Once you receive your streaming concert link, it will be accessible for unlimited views until noon, December 31. If you have any questions, visit ncmasterchorale.org/streaming or email email@example.com
Because All Men Are Brothers
Hear the final installment in our Healing Music for Open Spaces. To hear other pieces in this project, visit www.ncmasterchorale.org/healing. This Bach tune is arranged by Robert DeCormier and features 80 singers from the Symphonic Choir, masked and socially distanced in two groups, recording in the South Street Garage in downtown Raleigh. www.ncmasterchorale.org
Behold, How Good
By Michael John Trotta: Behold, how good, Behold, how wonderful, Behold, how pleasant to dwell in harmony. From one is made every nation, To live on all the earth. In one we move and have our being, our life, our strength. Behold, how good. Behold. --- Eighty singers from North Carolina Master Chorale's Symphonic Choir gathered (in two groups) in the South Street Parking Garage in Downtown Raleigh for this third installment of our Healing Music for Open Spaces project.
How Can I Keep from Singing
Eighty singers from North Carolina Master Chorale's Symphonic Choir gather in open spaces to perform Russell Robinson's arrangement of "How Can I Keep from Singing." Open Spaces for this project included Lichtin Plaza, Raleigh Little Theatre, and the South Street Parking Garage in downtown Raleigh. This project was partially funded by the City of Raleigh Arts Council, the North Carolina Arts Council, the John William Pope Foundation, and Skinner / Farlow / Kirwan Architecture. www.ncmasterchorale.org