Sunday, November 07, 2021

Rejoice & Sing!

The 24th Annual Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Concert

Rejoice & Sing! features uplifting and inspiring choral works while celebrating two women composers. Highlights include our commission of This is Our House by Alysia Lee, supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org), and a performance using both organs in the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.

 

Seating is GENERAL ADMISSION within assigned sections. Tickets will be sent via email this season within the week before each performance. If you have any ticket and accessibility questions, please email Audience Development Manager Karena Ingram at karena@BaltimoreChoralArts.org.

 

Repertoire

I Was Glad – Hubert Parry
Rejoice in the Lamb – Benjamin Britten
Messe solennelle – Louis Vierne
This is Our House, commissioned by Baltimore Choral Arts – Alysia Lee
Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight – Florence Price

 

Artists

Alysia Lee, guest conductor
Leo Wanenchak and Jordan Prescott, organ

 

Sponsor

Andrew C. Frake & Richard G. Bennett, M.D.

Important COVID-19 Notice

We at Baltimore Choral Arts work to prioritize the safety of our singers, staff, and patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To ensure the safety of everyone this season, proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required to attend performances. Proof of a negative COVID-19 test will not be acceptable for entry at this time. We will be implementing social distance seating at all venues.

In keeping with public health and local government guidelines, facemasks will be required at concerts until further noticeChildren under the age of 12 who are not currently eligible for vaccination will not be admitted in our indoor events. Christmas for Kids will be outdoors, date and location to be announced.

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Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 3:00 PM

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UPDATE: New Location for Carmina Burana

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We're so happy to announce that our Carmina Burana will now be Sunday, February 27 at 3 pm at Shriver Hall Auditorium, Johns Hopkins University. Because of this wonderful news, we are adding this performance to our current subscription program. We thank you for your patience as we navigate through this new year.