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BELONG, by Jocelyn Hagen, words by Marisha Chamberlain | NCMC Youth Choir
Introducing Youth Choir! Earlier this summer, a group of students, combined with adult NCMC singers rehearsed and recorded virtually, and we're so excited to share the finished product with you! There's still time to audition for NCMC's new Youth Choir this coming Sunday, Sept. 19: https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/l7T-eZYp9PfxmC264wRJJg "Belong" by Jocelyn Hagen, words by Marisha Chamberlain Conducted by Dan Monek and edited by Brian Pappal. Home is home no longer. (When) I’m grown and gone, Where will I belong? Could I belong with you? Could I shelter and share bread with you? Could we belong? The house is sold. The family scatters. Sisters, brothers far away. Could you belong with me? Would you shelter and share bread with me? Could we belong? Our country boils with anger. Bullets fly, friendships shatter. Life is short. But life, it matters. Come, you belong with me. We’ll shelter and share bread together. We belong. #ncmc #ncmasterchorale #sing #youth #youthchoir #youthvoices #choir #digitalchoir #virtualchoir
My Country 'Tis of Thee | Samuel Francis Smith
In honor of Memorial Day, 2021, and our last weeks of this COVID season, we present this installment of our Healing Music for Open Spaces project. Eighty members of the Symphonic Choir sing Samuel Frances Smith's text, "My country, tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing." We hope you enjoy and have a safe and memorable Memorial Day Weekend. www.ncmasterchorale.org
Somewhere over the Rainbow 🌈 piano duet
North Carolina Master Chorale is #proud to support our LGBTQIA community this #pridemonth and every month. Let your troubles melt like lemon drops, and let bluebirds fly with Susan McClaskey Lohr and Stephen Aber. Happy #pride from #ncmc. #piano #pianoduet #overtherainbow #wizardofoz #stephenabermusic www.ncmasterchorale.org 🟥🟧🟨🟩🟦🟪
Because All Men Are Brothers
We stand with and voice our support for the inalienable rights of all individuals regardless of race, culture, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. In our second virtual choir production, members of the Symphonic Choir present this Bach tune, adapted by Robert DeCormier, with text by Tom Glazer and Pete Seeger. Support NCMC: https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/x0TKvmPIikjm-ULfEWjrWQ
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
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.
Healing Music for Open Spaces
Choral Music to Heal
A series of performances to heal and inspire. Filmed around the Triangle in open spaces, outdoors and indoors, NCMC singers will bring comfort with inspiring choral favorites both new and familiar.
Healing Spaces: South Street Parking Garage in Downtown Raleigh, Lichtin Plaza, and Raleigh Little Theatre.
This project was sponsored in part by Skinner | Farlow | Kirwan Architecture.