Upcoming Music Performances

Sean Fleming  

Date City Venue Country
04/27/19 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. Sheepscot Valley Chorus celebrates its 38th season with a “Dvořák and Jazz” concert on Saturday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, April 28, at 3:00 at Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. The featured work for the concert is Antonín Dvořák exquisite Mass in D Major, Op. 86. Led by artistic director Linda Blanchard and accompanist Sean Fleming, the concert will also feature several jazzy arrangements of hit tunes such as Cole Porter songs (“In The Still of the Night” and “Night and Day”), big-band-era favorites such as “Pennsylvania 6-5000,” “Moonlight Serenade,” “Stompin’ at the Savoy,” “One O’Clock Jump,” “Star Dust,” “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” a jaunty arrangement of “Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home?” and more! Dvořák wrote his Mass in D in 1886 for his friend Josef Hlavka, later the founder and first president of the Czech Academy of Sciences. In that year Hlavka had a new chapel built at his summer residence, a castle in Luzany in Western Bohemia. When the chapel was to be consecrated the following year, he asked his friend Dvorak to write a new mass for the occasion. Dvořák’s mass was first performed for the consecration of that chapel. The first public performance of the mass was held at the Municipal Theatre in Plzen on 15 April 1888. The mass soon became extremely popular in England. A reviewer in the Musical Opinion of 1 December 1894 wrote this about Dvořák’s Mass in D: “Numbered among the important musical productions of the past month is Antonin Dvorak’s Communion Service in D (Op. 86), a work of remarkable power and effect and fully worthy of the great reputation of its composer. All now are ready to lend a hearing ear to whatever the Bohemian master may have to say; and, although conscious that the reader will have formed an unusually high opinion of the service, I cannot refrain from saying that we have here a setting of the Credo that is calculated to create a deep and lasting impression. This is truly a magnificent piece of music, such as can only be written at rare intervals even by a Dvorak.” As a special treat, the three high-school-student winners of the Sheepscot Chorus 2014 Student Music Awards will also be featured in solo performances at the concert. Tickets are $15 for adults and free for students, and may be purchased at Sherman’s Bookstore of Boothbay Harbor and Damariscotta, Treats in Wiscasset, and at the door. For more information, please visit our website at sheepscotvalleychorus.org. Related post. More information
04/28/19 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 3:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. Sheepscot Valley Chorus celebrates its 38th season with a “Dvořák and Jazz” concert on Saturday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, April 28, at 3:00 at Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. The featured work for the concert is Antonín Dvořák exquisite Mass in D Major, Op. 86. Led by artistic director Linda Blanchard and accompanist Sean Fleming, the concert will also feature several jazzy arrangements of hit tunes such as Cole Porter songs (“In The Still of the Night” and “Night and Day”), big-band-era favorites such as “Pennsylvania 6-5000,” “Moonlight Serenade,” “Stompin’ at the Savoy,” “One O’Clock Jump,” “Star Dust,” “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” a jaunty arrangement of “Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home?” and more! Dvořák wrote his Mass in D in 1886 for his friend Josef Hlavka, later the founder and first president of the Czech Academy of Sciences. In that year Hlavka had a new chapel built at his summer residence, a castle in Luzany in Western Bohemia. When the chapel was to be consecrated the following year, he asked his friend Dvorak to write a new mass for the occasion. Dvořák’s mass was first performed for the consecration of that chapel. The first public performance of the mass was held at the Municipal Theatre in Plzen on 15 April 1888. The mass soon became extremely popular in England. A reviewer in the Musical Opinion of 1 December 1894 wrote this about Dvořák’s Mass in D: “Numbered among the important musical productions of the past month is Antonin Dvorak’s Communion Service in D (Op. 86), a work of remarkable power and effect and fully worthy of the great reputation of its composer. All now are ready to lend a hearing ear to whatever the Bohemian master may have to say; and, although conscious that the reader will have formed an unusually high opinion of the service, I cannot refrain from saying that we have here a setting of the Credo that is calculated to create a deep and lasting impression. This is truly a magnificent piece of music, such as can only be written at rare intervals even by a Dvorak.” As a special treat, the three high-school-student winners of the Sheepscot Chorus 2014 Student Music Awards will also be featured in solo performances at the concert. Tickets are $15 for adults and free for students, and may be purchased at Sherman’s Bookstore of Boothbay Harbor and Damariscotta, Treats in Wiscasset, and at the door. For more information, please visit our website at sheepscotvalleychorus.org. Related post. More information
05/04/19 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. St. Cecilia Chamber Choir will perform a concert of Musical Potpourri celebrating spring on Saturday, May 4 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 5 at 3:00 p.m., at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. The chorus is directed by Linda Blanchard and accompanied by pianist Sean Fleming. Advance tickets are strongly encouraged for this popular event. The concert will include Gustav Holst’s “6 Choral Folksongs,” Op.36, including the Hampshire folksongs “I Sowed the Seeds of Love,” “There Was a Tree,” and “The Song of the Blacksmith,” the West Country song “Matthew, Mark, Luke and John,” the Cornish song “I Love My Love,” and the sprightly “Swansea Town.” Holst composed this set of folksongs in 1916, the same year he finished his well-known suite “The Planets.” Selections from Ned Rorem’s mischievous “What Is Pink?” will also be featured. Commissioned in 1987 by The American Boychoir, this set includes settings of the poems “What Is Pink?” and “Who Has Seen The Wind” by Christina Rossetti, and “The Mysterious Cat” by Vachel Lindsay. St. Cecilia’s May program will also include the Byrd “This Sweet and Merry Month of May,” the Gibbons “Fair is the Rose” and “The Silver Swan,” Schubert’s “Der Gondelfahrer” for men’s chorus, Fauré’s “Madrigal,” an arrangement of the beautiful “Annie Laurie” by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw, Lauridsen’s exquisite setting of the Rainer Maria Rilke poem “Dirait-On,” a arrangement of the famous “Mission Impossible” theme, and more! For more than 20 years, St. Cecilia Chamber Choir has been providing challenging musical opportunities and music scholarships for gifted local youth. Since the Choir’s inception, over 25 gifted young students have sung with us, many continuing to study and perform music in college and beyond. A limited amount of pay-what-you-want tickets will be available at the door before each concert. To make sure to get a ticket, purchase one in advance soon for $15 at Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shop in Damariscotta or online at ceciliachoir.org. Children and students are always free. For more information, visit ceciliachoir.org or call 207-380-2768. Related post. More information
05/05/19 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 3:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. St. Cecilia Chamber Choir will perform a concert of Musical Potpourri celebrating spring on Saturday, May 4 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 5 at 3:00 p.m., at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. The chorus is directed by Linda Blanchard and accompanied by pianist Sean Fleming. Advance tickets are strongly encouraged for this popular event. The concert will include Gustav Holst’s “6 Choral Folksongs,” Op.36, including the Hampshire folksongs “I Sowed the Seeds of Love,” “There Was a Tree,” and “The Song of the Blacksmith,” the West Country song “Matthew, Mark, Luke and John,” the Cornish song “I Love My Love,” and the sprightly “Swansea Town.” Holst composed this set of folksongs in 1916, the same year he finished his well-known suite “The Planets.” Selections from Ned Rorem’s mischievous “What Is Pink?” will also be featured. Commissioned in 1987 by The American Boychoir, this set includes settings of the poems “What Is Pink?” and “Who Has Seen The Wind” by Christina Rossetti, and “The Mysterious Cat” by Vachel Lindsay. St. Cecilia’s May program will also include the Byrd “This Sweet and Merry Month of May,” the Gibbons “Fair is the Rose” and “The Silver Swan,” Schubert’s “Der Gondelfahrer” for men’s chorus, Fauré’s “Madrigal,” an arrangement of the beautiful “Annie Laurie” by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw, Lauridsen’s exquisite setting of the Rainer Maria Rilke poem “Dirait-On,” a arrangement of the famous “Mission Impossible” theme, and more! For more than 20 years, St. Cecilia Chamber Choir has been providing challenging musical opportunities and music scholarships for gifted local youth. Since the Choir’s inception, over 25 gifted young students have sung with us, many continuing to study and perform music in college and beyond. A limited amount of pay-what-you-want tickets will be available at the door before each concert. To make sure to get a ticket, purchase one in advance soon for $15 at Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shop in Damariscotta or online at ceciliachoir.org. Children and students are always free. For more information, visit ceciliachoir.org or call 207-380-2768. Related post. More information
05/05/19 Brunswick Studzinski Auditorium, Bowdoin College United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: (207) 798-4141. Venue phone: (207) 798-4141. Bowdoin Chorus and Mozart Mentors Orchestra, under the director of Anthony Antolini ’63, and accompanied by Sean Fleming, will present Ernest Bloch’s Sacred Service / Avodath Hakodesh—a magnificent, full-length Jewish liturgy sung in Hebrew with Cantor Scott Sokol, baritone soloist. The concerts are scheduled for Sunday, May 5 and Monday, May 6, both at 7:30 p.m., at the Studzinski Recital Hall on the Bowdoin College campus. The concerts are free and tickets are not required. The Bowdoin Chorus is composed of students, alumni, faculty, staff and Brunswick area community members. The Mozart Mentors Orchestra, in its ninth season, is made up of Maine string teachers and their top students, ranging in age from 10 to 18. For more information, call 725-3347, visit www.bowdoin.edu/music, or send a message to aantolin@bowdoin.edu or dsmall@bowdoin.edu. Related post. More information
05/06/19 Brunswick Studzinski Auditorium, Bowdoin College United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: (207) 798-4141. Venue phone: (207) 798-4141. Bowdoin Chorus and Mozart Mentors Orchestra, under the director of Anthony Antolini ’63, and accompanied by Sean Fleming, will present Ernest Bloch’s Sacred Service / Avodath Hakodesh—a magnificent, full-length Jewish liturgy sung in Hebrew with Cantor Scott Sokol, baritone soloist. The concerts are scheduled for Sunday, May 5 and Monday, May 6, both at 7:30 p.m., at the Studzinski Recital Hall on the Bowdoin College campus. The concerts are free and tickets are not required. The Bowdoin Chorus is composed of students, alumni, faculty, staff and Brunswick area community members. The Mozart Mentors Orchestra, in its ninth season, is made up of Maine string teachers and their top students, ranging in age from 10 to 18. For more information, call 725-3347, visit www.bowdoin.edu/music, or send a message to aantolin@bowdoin.edu or dsmall@bowdoin.edu. Related post. More information
05/17/19 Damariscotta, Maine Great Salt Bay Community School United States
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 559 Main St, Damariscotta, ME 04543. Venue phone: (207) 563-3091. The choruses of the Great Salt Bay Community School, under the direction of Ann-Marie D’Amico, and accompanied by Sean Fleming, present their spring concert on May 17 at 7:00 pm. Related post. More information
05/20/19 Damariscotta Lincoln County Community Theater United States
Time: 2:00pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 2 Theater Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543. Venue phone: (207) 563-3424. Sean Fleming conducts and accompanies the Hearts Ever Young group as they perform “A Decade of Razzle Dazzle” – a concert of eclectic popular music from Broadway and beyond, featuring Master of Ceremonies Nick Azzaretti, and dancers Carol Cirigliano and Carol Teel. There will be three performances at the Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta, on Monday, May 20 at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, May 21 at 6:30 PM, and Tuesday, May 28 at 6:30 PM. Related post.
05/21/19 Damariscotta Lincoln County Community Theater United States
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 2 Theater Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543. Venue phone: (207) 563-3424. Sean Fleming conducts and accompanies the Hearts Ever Young group as they perform “A Decade of Razzle Dazzle” – a concert of eclectic popular music from Broadway and beyond, featuring Master of Ceremonies Nick Azzaretti, and dancers Carol Cirigliano and Carol Teel. There will be three performances at the Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta, on Monday, May 20 at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, May 21 at 6:30 PM, and Tuesday, May 28 at 6:30 PM. Related post.
05/28/19 Damariscotta Lincoln County Community Theater United States
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 2 Theater Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543. Venue phone: (207) 563-3424. Sean Fleming conducts and accompanies the Hearts Ever Young group as they perform “A Decade of Razzle Dazzle” – a concert of eclectic popular music from Broadway and beyond, featuring Master of Ceremonies Nick Azzaretti, and dancers Carol Cirigliano and Carol Teel. There will be three performances at the Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta, on Monday, May 20 at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, May 21 at 6:30 PM, and Tuesday, May 28 at 6:30 PM. Related post.
06/02/19 Newcastle St. Patrick’s Church United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 32 Pond Road, PO Box 598, Newcastle, ME. Venue phone: (207) 563-3240. The Lincoln Academy Lincolnaires, directed by Beth Preston, and accompanied by Sean Fleming on piano, present their spring concert at St. Patrick Church in Newcastle on June 2, 2019 at 7:00 PM. Related post.
06/08/19 Newcastle St. Patrick’s Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15, students free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 32 Pond Road, PO Box 598, Newcastle, ME. Venue phone: (207) 563-3240. The Tapestry Singers, directed by Beth Preston and accompanied by pianist Sean Fleming, present their spring concert on Saturday, June 8 at 7:30 and Sunday, June 9 at 5:00, at St. Patrick Church in Newcastle These concerts will feature songs from female composers. Learn more by reading some notes from the Tapestry Singers Director, Beth Preston: “Despite the symbolic role that Cecilia plays as patron saint of music, female composers are dramatically underrepresented on most choral programs and recordings.” John C. Hughes, December 3, 2014 Choral Director. I found an interesting statistical study that listed composers, titles, and conductors of All State Choirs in the Choral Journal. Hoping to glean titles for this program. I noticed a few things: 1. Outside of the fact that there are very few female composers on this list, there are barely a handful of titles for SATB. 2. Most of the compositions chosen for these festivals are for the SSAA choirs, which could give the impression that females only write for females. 3. The majority of conductors that programmed female composers were female conductors. So, I wondered if most American choral directors haven’t taken the time to discover the possibilities. And there are many! Two sources netted many ideas: the Hildegard Publishing Company, specializing in music of women composers, past and present and Orange County Women’s Chorus’ Choral Music by Women Composers database. I found that there is a wealth of SATB choral music by composers from the mid- twentieth centery forward. So, we will give a nod to early music (a chant by Hildegard von Bingen, and an Italian madrigal by Vittoria Aleotti) but most of the music is recent. It’s been a few-months’ journey of listening and culling to create a program of all female composers for Tapestry Singers that I hope will be appealing to the singers and their audiences. Related post. Ticket information More information
06/09/19 Newcastle St. Patrick’s Church United States
Time: 5:00pm. Admission: $15, students free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 32 Pond Road, PO Box 598, Newcastle, ME. Venue phone: (207) 563-3240. The Tapestry Singers, directed by Beth Preston and accompanied by pianist Sean Fleming, present their spring concert on Saturday, June 8 at 7:30 and Sunday, June 9 at 5:00, at St. Patrick Church in Newcastle These concerts will feature songs from female composers. Learn more by reading some notes from the Tapestry Singers Director, Beth Preston: “Despite the symbolic role that Cecilia plays as patron saint of music, female composers are dramatically underrepresented on most choral programs and recordings.” John C. Hughes, December 3, 2014 Choral Director. I found an interesting statistical study that listed composers, titles, and conductors of All State Choirs in the Choral Journal. Hoping to glean titles for this program. I noticed a few things: 1. Outside of the fact that there are very few female composers on this list, there are barely a handful of titles for SATB. 2. Most of the compositions chosen for these festivals are for the SSAA choirs, which could give the impression that females only write for females. 3. The majority of conductors that programmed female composers were female conductors. So, I wondered if most American choral directors haven’t taken the time to discover the possibilities. And there are many! Two sources netted many ideas: the Hildegard Publishing Company, specializing in music of women composers, past and present and Orange County Women’s Chorus’ Choral Music by Women Composers database. I found that there is a wealth of SATB choral music by composers from the mid- twentieth centery forward. So, we will give a nod to early music (a chant by Hildegard von Bingen, and an Italian madrigal by Vittoria Aleotti) but most of the music is recent. It’s been a few-months’ journey of listening and culling to create a program of all female composers for Tapestry Singers that I hope will be appealing to the singers and their audiences. Related post. Ticket information More information
08/09/19 Boothbay Harbor Congregational Church of Boothbay Harbor United States
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: (207) 633-3913. Address: 125 Townsend Ave Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538-1844. Venue phone: 207-633-4757. The Lincoln Festival Chorus, under the direction of Linda Blanchard, and accompanied by organist Sean Fleming and a professional orchestra, will present the Mozart Requiem, at the Congregational Church of Boothbay Harbor on Friday, August 9 and Sunday, August 11. Both concerts will be at 7:30 PM. In July 1791 a mysterious tall stranger in a three-cornered hat and gray cloak arrived at Mozart’s apartment in Vienna. The stranger handed Mozart a letter asking if he would be interested in writing a requiem mass. Would Mozart be kind enough send his reply to a certain address? After consulting with his wife, Constanze, Mozart accepted the commission, quoted a price, but said that he could not promise a date for delivery because Mozart had been in poor health and not able to work a great deal. Some days later, the stranger reappeared bearing a bag of money for the composer. He said that Mozart’s price had been so reasonable that his employer had promised a hefty bonus, and that he should complete the work as quickly as possible. Mozart had several other commissioned compositions to complete before he began full-time work on the Requiem. After Mozart completed his final opera, The Magic Flute, he was free to work on the Requiem in ernest. As he worked more and more on it, he became very attached to the piece, and he worked feverishly on it, several times fainting over his work. Mozart was able to complete the Requiem and Kyrie movements, and managed to sketch the voice parts and bass lines for the Dies irae through to the Hostias. After gathering a choir of his closest friends to sing what was completed of the piece on 4 December 1791, he died the next day. Fearing the loss of the commission if the Requiem was not completed, Constanze hired Franz Süssmayr to complete the work. Süssmayr finished the work based on sketches left behind. The Mozart Requiem has been performed many times over the centuries, but it still has the power to move the hearer. Of Mozart, Joseph Haydn wrote to Mozart’s father, “Before God and as an honest man I tell you that your son is the greatest composer known to me either in person or by name; he has taste, and, furthermore, the most profound knowledge of composition.” Richard Wagner said, “The most tremendous genius raised Mozart above all masters, in all centuries and in all the arts.” Tchaikovsky wrote, “Mozart is the highest, the culminating point that beauty has attained in the sphere of music.” Related post. More information
08/11/19 Boothbay Harbor Congregational Church of Boothbay Harbor United States
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: (207) 633-3913. Address: 125 Townsend Ave Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538-1844. Venue phone: 207-633-4757. The Lincoln Festival Chorus, under the direction of Linda Blanchard, and accompanied by organist Sean Fleming and a professional orchestra, will present the Mozart Requiem, at the Congregational Church of Boothbay Harbor on Friday, August 9 and Sunday, August 11. Both concerts will be at 7:30 PM. In July 1791 a mysterious tall stranger in a three-cornered hat and gray cloak arrived at Mozart’s apartment in Vienna. The stranger handed Mozart a letter asking if he would be interested in writing a requiem mass. Would Mozart be kind enough send his reply to a certain address? After consulting with his wife, Constanze, Mozart accepted the commission, quoted a price, but said that he could not promise a date for delivery because Mozart had been in poor health and not able to work a great deal. Some days later, the stranger reappeared bearing a bag of money for the composer. He said that Mozart’s price had been so reasonable that his employer had promised a hefty bonus, and that he should complete the work as quickly as possible. Mozart had several other commissioned compositions to complete before he began full-time work on the Requiem. After Mozart completed his final opera, The Magic Flute, he was free to work on the Requiem in ernest. As he worked more and more on it, he became very attached to the piece, and he worked feverishly on it, several times fainting over his work. Mozart was able to complete the Requiem and Kyrie movements, and managed to sketch the voice parts and bass lines for the Dies irae through to the Hostias. After gathering a choir of his closest friends to sing what was completed of the piece on 4 December 1791, he died the next day. Fearing the loss of the commission if the Requiem was not completed, Constanze hired Franz Süssmayr to complete the work. Süssmayr finished the work based on sketches left behind. The Mozart Requiem has been performed many times over the centuries, but it still has the power to move the hearer. Of Mozart, Joseph Haydn wrote to Mozart’s father, “Before God and as an honest man I tell you that your son is the greatest composer known to me either in person or by name; he has taste, and, furthermore, the most profound knowledge of composition.” Richard Wagner said, “The most tremendous genius raised Mozart above all masters, in all centuries and in all the arts.” Tchaikovsky wrote, “Mozart is the highest, the culminating point that beauty has attained in the sphere of music.” Related post. More information
09/08/19 Searsport, Maine Searsport First Congregational Church United States
Time: 3:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 8 Church St, Searsport, ME 04974. Venue phone: 207-548-0327. Sean Fleming and his Ragtime Orchestra Perform Classic Ragtime Join Sean Fleming and his 8-piece Dam’ Rag Scottas Orchestra as they perform classic Ragtime from the early 20th century on Sunday, September 8, 2019 at 3:00pm. Pieces by Confrey, Hayden, Joplin, Lamb, Morton, Scott, and Shepherd will be featured. The concert will feature several works from the “Red Back Book”, a collection of Ragtime arrangements published in the early 1900’s. Upbeat favorites such as Joplin’s “The Entertainer”, “Maple Leaf Rag”, and “The Easy Winners” will be mixed with slower pieces such as Lamb’s “Ragtime Nightingale” and Joplin’s “Solace”. The piano solo “Jelly Roll Blues”, an early jazz piece, will be played, as well as the novelty piano piece “Dizzy Fingers”, which is played as fast as the title would indicate. This concert is sure to be a favorite for people of all ages! Come and help usher in the start of the fall season in the beautiful First Congregational Church of Searsport, nestled in the heart of Searsport just off of Rt. 1. Related post.
12/13/19 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. St. Cecilia Chamber Choir will present its annual Lessons and Carols Christmas concerts on Friday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m., at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle, and Saturday, Dec. 14 at 4:00 p.m. at the Bowdoin College Chapel. Linda Blanchard is St. Cecilia’s artistic director and conductor, assisted by organist and pianist Sean Fleming. For more than 20 years, St. Cecilia Chamber Choir has been providing challenging musical opportunities and music scholarships for gifted local youth. Since the Choir’s inception, over 25 gifted young students have sung with us, many continuing to study and perform music in college and beyond. Advance tickets or reservations are strongly encouraged for this popular event. For more information, visit the St. Cecilia website or call 207-380-2768. Related post. Ticket information
12/14/19 Brunswick Bowdoin College Chapel United States
Time: 4:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 5000 College Station, Brunswick, ME 04011. Venue phone: (207) 798-4141. St. Cecilia Chamber Choir will present its annual Lessons and Carols Christmas concerts on Friday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m., at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle, and Saturday, Dec. 14 at 4:00 p.m. at the Bowdoin College Chapel. Linda Blanchard is St. Cecilia’s artistic director and conductor, assisted by organist and pianist Sean Fleming. For more than 20 years, St. Cecilia Chamber Choir has been providing challenging musical opportunities and music scholarships for gifted local youth. Since the Choir’s inception, over 25 gifted young students have sung with us, many continuing to study and perform music in college and beyond. Advance tickets or reservations are strongly encouraged for this popular event. For more information, visit the St. Cecilia website or call 207-380-2768. Related post. Ticket information

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