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Beacon Street Diary blog

Music from our own Beth Spaulding

Sacred music for 4-8 voices by beloved Jacobean composer Orlando Gibbons.

Works on this program include:

  • Praise the Lord, O my soul
  • Song of Angels (from Hymns and Songs of the Church)
  • Hosanna to the Son of David
  • O clap your hands together
  • See, see the Word is incarnate
  • Magnificat & Nunc dimittis from 'The Short Service'

Singers in this concert:

Eileen Cecelia Callahan, Beth Spaulding, sopranos;
Sheila Beardslee, Barbara Carvey, altos;
Craig Thomas, tenor;
Charles Dale, John Nesby, baritones;
Michael Lauer, bass

Guest organist: Lee Ridgway

 

5 Performances in the Greater Boston area

 

Saturday, March 3, 2007 at 8 pm

Grace Episcopal Church, 76 Eldredge St, Newton Corner MA

$15 general admission; $10 students, seniors & low income

Directions at http://www.gracenewton.org
Information: 617/244-3221 or 978/264-0584

 

Friday, March 9, 2007 at 8 pm

St. Paul Catholic Church, Bow & Arrow Streets, Harvard Square, Cambridge,MA
Sponsored by Harvard Catholic Students Association

$15 general admission; $10 students, seniors & low income

Directions at http://www.stpaulparish.org

Information: 978/264-0584

 

Saturday, March 10, 2007 at 8 pm

Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 5 Bryant Street, Wakefield, MA
$10 general admission; $7 students, seniors & low income

Directions at http://www.emmanuelwakefield.org

Information: 781/245-1374 or 978/264-0584

 

Sunday, March 11, 2007 at 5 pm

Old North Church, 193 Salem Street in Boston’s North End

Donations welcome

Information: 617/523-6676
Directions at http://www.oldnorth.org

 

Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 12 noon

MIT Chapel (opposite Stratter Student Center)
84 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA

FREE

617/253-2826

Directions at http://web.mit.edu/arts


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