Past Music Performances

Sean Fleming  

Date City Venue Country
05/24/17 Bath, Maine Morse High School United States
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 826 High St, Bath, ME 04530. Venue phone: (207) 443-8250. Sandra Foreman directs and Sean Fleming accompanies the choruses of Morse High School on Wednesday, March 24, 2017 at 7:00 PM. A varied music program will be presented. Related post.
05/21/17 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, piano, present their spring concert at St Patrick Church in Newcastle on May 21, 2017 at 7:00 PM. Related post.
05/20/17 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 in a concert of eclectic music, 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 Thursday, May 18th at 7:00 PM, Friday, May 19th at 2:00 PM, and Saturday, May 20th at 2:00 PM. Related post.
05/19/17 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 Damico, and accompanied by Sean Fleming, present their spring concert on May 15th at 7:00 pm. Related post. More information
05/19/17 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 in a concert of eclectic music, 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 Thursday, May 18th at 7:00 PM, Friday, May 19th at 2:00 PM, and Saturday, May 20th at 2:00 PM. Related post.
05/18/17 Damariscotta Lincoln County Community Theater United States
Time: 7:00pm. 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 in a concert of eclectic music, 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 Thursday, May 18th at 7:00 PM, Friday, May 19th at 2:00 PM, and Saturday, May 20th at 2:00 PM. Related post.
05/15/17 Damariscotta Schooner Cove United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 35 Schooner Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543. Venue phone: (207) 563-5523. Sean Fleming presents a free piano concert at Schooner Cove in Damariscotta on Monday, May 15 at 3:00 PM. A varied program of classical and popular music will be featured. Schooner Cove is located at 35 Schooner St, Damariscotta, Maine. Related post.
05/07/17 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: $20, students free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. St. Cecilia Chamber Choir, conducted by Linda Blanchard and accompanied by Sean Fleming, will present the beautiful Duruflé Requiem on May 6 and 7 at 3:00 PM, at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. The Requiem will be accompanied by a professional chamber orchestra and will feature Jazmin DeRice, mezzo-soprano, and John David Adams, bass-baritone. Works by Brahms, Finzi, Haydn, Holst, Josquin, Purcell, and Söderman will also be performed. Advance tickets or reservations are strongly encouraged for this event. For more information, please visit www.ceciliachoir.org or call 207-380-2768. French composer Maurice Duruflé set the familiar Requiem text to music for choir, orchestra, and two soloists, building on Gregorian chant as the melodic basis throughout the luxurious composition. Known as a meticulous composer with only 14 published works, Duruflé penned this piece as a departure from the fire and wrath of other Requiems, instead illuminating forgiveness, peace and hope. For the second half of the program, the Choir will make its way through some choral highlights of each century, beginning with two chansons by Josquin Desprez: El Grillo (The Cricket) and Mille Regretz (“A thousand regrets at deserting you and leaving behind your loving face”). Purcell’s O give thanks unto the Lord, Z 33 will follow, accompanied by string orchestra. Der Greis, a part song by Joseph Haydn, will represent the 18th century. St. Cecilia will perform two very different works from the 19th century. Geistliches Lied is a technical tour de force written early in Brahms’ career. Its soaring word painting evokes Brahms’ later work Ein deutsches Requiem. And a piece for male chorus, Ett Bondbröllop (The Peasant Wedding), by the Swedish composer August Söderman, extols the more bawdy aspects of nuptial festivities. A piece from Gustav Holst’s Rig Veda settings for women’s chorus and harp, Hymn to the Waters, and a setting of Gerald Finzi’s God Is Gone Up for orchestra, will round out the program. For more than twenty years, St. Cecilia Chamber Choir has been providing challenging musical opportunities and music scholarships for gifted local youth. This year, four high school students are members of the Choir and will sing in the spring concerts: Phoebe Pugh of Alna, Helen Newell and Maya Bailey, both of Newcastle, and Richard Kinney of Waldoboro. Over twenty-five gifted young students have sung with the Choir since its inception, many continuing to study music in college and beyond. Related post. More information
05/06/17 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: $20, students free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. St. Cecilia Chamber Choir, conducted by Linda Blanchard and accompanied by Sean Fleming, will present the beautiful Duruflé Requiem on May 6 and 7 at 3:00 PM, at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. The Requiem will be accompanied by a professional chamber orchestra and will feature Jazmin DeRice, mezzo-soprano, and John David Adams, bass-baritone. Works by Brahms, Finzi, Haydn, Holst, Josquin, Purcell, and Söderman will also be performed. Advance tickets or reservations are strongly encouraged for this event. For more information, please visit www.ceciliachoir.org or call 207-380-2768. French composer Maurice Duruflé set the familiar Requiem text to music for choir, orchestra, and two soloists, building on Gregorian chant as the melodic basis throughout the luxurious composition. Known as a meticulous composer with only 14 published works, Duruflé penned this piece as a departure from the fire and wrath of other Requiems, instead illuminating forgiveness, peace and hope. For the second half of the program, the Choir will make its way through some choral highlights of each century, beginning with two chansons by Josquin Desprez: El Grillo (The Cricket) and Mille Regretz (“A thousand regrets at deserting you and leaving behind your loving face”). Purcell’s O give thanks unto the Lord, Z 33 will follow, accompanied by string orchestra. Der Greis, a part song by Joseph Haydn, will represent the 18th century. St. Cecilia will perform two very different works from the 19th century. Geistliches Lied is a technical tour de force written early in Brahms’ career. Its soaring word painting evokes Brahms’ later work Ein deutsches Requiem. And a piece for male chorus, Ett Bondbröllop (The Peasant Wedding), by the Swedish composer August Söderman, extols the more bawdy aspects of nuptial festivities. A piece from Gustav Holst’s Rig Veda settings for women’s chorus and harp, Hymn to the Waters, and a setting of Gerald Finzi’s God Is Gone Up for orchestra, will round out the program. For more than twenty years, St. Cecilia Chamber Choir has been providing challenging musical opportunities and music scholarships for gifted local youth. This year, four high school students are members of the Choir and will sing in the spring concerts: Phoebe Pugh of Alna, Helen Newell and Maya Bailey, both of Newcastle, and Richard Kinney of Waldoboro. Over twenty-five gifted young students have sung with the Choir since its inception, many continuing to study music in college and beyond. Related post. More information
05/05/17 Brunswick Studzinski Auditorium, Bowdoin College United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Venue phone: (207) 798-4141. Anthony Antolini ’63 conducts the Bowdoin Chorus (Sean Fleming, accompanist) and an orchestra in the Brunswick premier of Aaron Robinson’s “This Will Be Our Reply to Violence” and “American Requiem.” Aaron Robinson is an American composer, conductor, and musicologist. He is the author of “Does God Sing? – A Musical Journey.” He created the musical work “Black Nativity – In Concert: A Gospel Celebration.” He also served as conductor and musical director in the PBS documentary “On This Island.” In 2013, he was nominated for an Emmy Award for composing Maine Public Broadcasting Network’s Maine Arts series theme music. Related post. More information
05/04/17 Brunswick Studzinski Auditorium, Bowdoin College United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Venue phone: (207) 798-4141. Anthony Antolini ’63 conducts the Bowdoin Chorus (Sean Fleming, accompanist) and an orchestra in the Brunswick premier of Aaron Robinson’s “This Will Be Our Reply to Violence” and “American Requiem.” Aaron Robinson is an American composer, conductor, and musicologist. He is the author of “Does God Sing? – A Musical Journey.” He created the musical work “Black Nativity – In Concert: A Gospel Celebration.” He also served as conductor and musical director in the PBS documentary “On This Island.” In 2013, he was nominated for an Emmy Award for composing Maine Public Broadcasting Network’s Maine Arts series theme music. Related post. More information
04/30/17 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 4:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. Sheepscot Valley Chorus Performs the Forrest Requiem for the Living and Ellington favorites The Sheepscot Valley Chorus will perform Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living and Ellingtonia, a medley of songs by “Duke” Ellington, on April 29 at 4:00 and April 30 at 4:00, at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. Requiem for the Living by Dan Forrest, composed in 2013, is scored for mixed choir and orchestra with solos for boy soprano and tenor. Combining both liturgical and non-liturgical texts, this powerful five-movement work projects a wide range of meaningful expression, from a biting essay on the vanity and pain of mankind to a plea for mercy, and finally a celebration of eternal light. The work has received more than a hundred performances world-wide within a year of its composition, including performances in Canada, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and multiple performances at Carnegie Hall. Ellingtonia features many “Duke” Ellington favorites, including: Azure Caravan Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me Don’t Get Around Much Anymore I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart I’m Beginning to See the Light I’m Just A Lucky So And So In A Sentimental Mood It Don’t Mean a Thing (If it ain’t got That Swing) Love You Madly Mood Indigo Satin Doll Solitude Sophisticated Lady Prelude To A Kiss Take The ‘A’ Train Last fall the SVC collaborated with the beloved Coastal Chorale, which had formally ended its over twenty-year run. The SVC gained former Coastal Chorale singers and expanded its audience to include Chorale fans from the Pemaquid Peninsula. Related post. More information
04/29/17 Newcastle Second Congregational Church United States
Time: 4:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 51 Main Street, Newcastle, Maine 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3379. Sheepscot Valley Chorus Performs the Forrest Requiem for the Living and Ellington favorites The Sheepscot Valley Chorus will perform Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living and Ellingtonia, a medley of songs by “Duke” Ellington, on April 29 at 4:00 and April 30 at 4:00, at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. Requiem for the Living by Dan Forrest, composed in 2013, is scored for mixed choir and orchestra with solos for boy soprano and tenor. Combining both liturgical and non-liturgical texts, this powerful five-movement work projects a wide range of meaningful expression, from a biting essay on the vanity and pain of mankind to a plea for mercy, and finally a celebration of eternal light. The work has received more than a hundred performances world-wide within a year of its composition, including performances in Canada, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and multiple performances at Carnegie Hall. Ellingtonia features many “Duke” Ellington favorites, including: Azure Caravan Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me Don’t Get Around Much Anymore I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart I’m Beginning to See the Light I’m Just A Lucky So And So In A Sentimental Mood It Don’t Mean a Thing (If it ain’t got That Swing) Love You Madly Mood Indigo Satin Doll Solitude Sophisticated Lady Prelude To A Kiss Take The ‘A’ Train Last fall the SVC collaborated with the beloved Coastal Chorale, which had formally ended its over twenty-year run. The SVC gained former Coastal Chorale singers and expanded its audience to include Chorale fans from the Pemaquid Peninsula. Related post. More information
04/25/17 Newcastle Lincoln Home United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 22 River Road, Newcastle, ME 04553. Venue phone: 563-3350. Bass-baritone John David Adams and Sean Fleming present a program of light classical and popular selections at The Lincoln Home in Newcastle on Tuesday, April 25 at 3:00 PM. The public is welcome at this free event! Related post.
04/21/17 Yarmouth, Maine Yarmouth Performing Arts Center United States
Time: 6:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 286 West Elm Street, Yarmouth, ME 04096. Nora Krainis conducts and Sean Fleming accompanies the choruses of North Yarmouth Academy. A varied music program will be presented. Related post.
04/01/17 Rockland, Maine Rockland Elks Lodge United States
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 210 Rankin St, Rockland, ME 04841. Venue phone: (207) 594-2238. Sean Fleming on piano with Chuck McGregor on bass and Doug Kennedy on drums play for an auction to benefit MCC, the Midcoast Community Chorus. Details to be announced! Related post.
03/17/17 - 03/19/17 Damariscotta Lincoln County Community Theater United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $20 Adults / $18 LT member / $5 Youth 18 and under. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: (207) 563-3424. Address: 2 Theater Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543. Venue phone: (207) 563-3424. LCCT Presents: Mary Poppins – In Concert Suitable for the entire family! Come join us for a tuneful adventure, “practically perfect in every way.” Showing: Fri, Mar 17 @ 7:30 pm Sat, Mar 18 @ 2 pm Sat, Mar 18 @ 7:30 pm Sun, Mar 19 @ 2 pm Tickets: $20 Adults / $18 LT member / $5 Youth 18 and under As many of these concerts in the past have been completely sold-out, we encourage you to get your tickets early. They can be obtained by calling the box office at 563-3424 or visiting the theater office on 2 Theater Street in Damariscotta from Tuesday to Thursday, 10 am to 1 pm. Sean Fleming will play in the orchestra as part of this event. Related post. More information
02/20/17 Damariscotta Schooner Cove United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 35 Schooner Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543. Venue phone: (207) 563-5523. Sean Fleming presents a free piano concert at Schooner Cove in Damariscotta on Monday, February 20 at 3:00. A varied program of classical and popular music will be featured. Schooner Cove is located at 35 Schooner St, Damariscotta, Maine. Related post.
02/17/17 - 02/21/17 Yarmouth, Maine North Yarmouth Academy United States
Time: 6:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 148 Main Street. Venue phone: 207-846-9051. The students at North Yarmouth Academy present “Seussical,” accompanied by Sean Fleming on piano. There will be four performances on Friday, February 17 at 6:30 PM, Saturday, February 18 at 2:00 PM and 6:30 PM, and Sunday, February 19 at 2:00 PM. Related post. More information
02/13/17 Newcastle Lincoln Home United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 22 River Road, Newcastle, ME 04553. Venue phone: 563-3350. Sean Fleming will come to The Lincoln Home for a one hour concert and sing-a-long featuring Love Songs the day before Valentine’s Day. Come and listen, sing and remember some highlights of your life through music on Monday, February 13, from 3:00 to 4:00pm. The Lincoln Home is located at 22 River Road, overlooking the Damariscotta River, in Newcastle. For more information, please contact Rhonda Hanna, Director of Community Life, at 207-563-3350. Related post.
02/11/17 Bath, Maine Chocolate Church Arts Center United States
Time: 2:00pm. Admission: $15 indiv | $25 couple. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: (207) 442-8455. Address: 804 Washington St., Bath, Maine 04530. Venue phone: (207) 442-8455. Grab your Sweetie for an afternoon escape for a serenade of romantic tunes and croon to beloved torch songs. Hot Chocolate Valentine Cabaret celebrates love and friendship in our cozy Curtis Room. Enjoy timeless romantic songs performed by local favorites: Andy Barber, Alison Lee Freeman, and Liz Lannon with Sean Fleming on piano, and many special guests. There will also be dessert and a cash bar. Hot Chocolate Valentine Cabaret “Love for All Seasons” promotes and raises funds for the 9th Hot Chocolate Jubilee, “Life Begins @ 40”, a community variety show benefiting the CCAC presented March 30-31, and April 1-2, 2017. Related post. More information
01/28/17 Windham, Maine Windham High School United States
Time: 3:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 406 Gray Rd, Windham, ME 04062. Venue phone: (207) 892-1810. Beth Preston conducts and Sean Fleming accompanies the mixed chorus at the MMEA District 2 High School Honors Festival concert. On the program: My Spirit Sang All Day — Gerald Finzi Wade in de Water — arr. Allen Koepke Psalm 150 — Andrew Bleckner Go Down Moses — Mark Hayes Run to You — Pentatonix, arr. Kirby Shaw Related post.
01/24/17 - 03/11/17 Newcastle St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church United States
Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 11 Glidden Street, Newcastle, ME 04553. Venue phone: (207) 563-3533. St. Cecilia Chamber Choir Auditions for Duruflé Requiem Performance. Now is the perfect time to join St. Cecilia Chamber Choir, as we prepare to perform the Requiem of Maurice Duruflé. French composer Duruflé set the familiar Requiem text to music for choir, organ, and two soloists, building on Gregorian chant as the melodic basis throughout the luxurious composition. Known as a meticulous composer with only 14 published works, Duruflé penned this piece as a departure from the fire and wrath of other Requiems, instead illuminating forgiveness, peace and hope. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this special concert on May 6 and 7 that will feature soloist mezzo-soprano Jazmin DeRice and bass-baritone John David Adams! To schedule an audition, call director Linda Blanchard at (207) 380-2768 or email audition@ceciliachoir.org. Auditions for all voice parts are scheduled by appointment. The ability to read music is much preferred, but those who cannot read may participate by spending extra time learning the music at home with the aid of provided practice materials. We especially encourage gifted student singers to audition. Rehearsals are in Newcastle on Wednesday nights, 7:00-9:00 p.m., at St. Andrew’s Church. The Choir is directed by Linda Blanchard, M.A. Conducting, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, and A.B. Bowdoin College, and accompanied by Sean Fleming, both of Damariscotta. St. Cecilia Chamber Choir is a fully auditioned community chorus based in Newcastle and founded in 1995. Our mission is to present outstanding performances of the very best choral repertoire; to provide challenging musical opportunities to gifted local youth; to support our community with outreach programs; and to support Maine composers through the commission and performance of new music. For more information about the Choir, please visit our website at ceciliachoir.org. Related post. More information
01/17/17 Wiscasset, Maine First Congregational Church Wiscasset UCC United States
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 28 High St, Wiscasset, ME 04578. Venue phone: 2078827544. Sheepscot Valley Chorus Invites New Members for its Spring Season to sing the Forrest “Requiem for the Living” and Ellington favorites! The Sheepscot Valley Chorus is heading into its spring season with its first rehearsal slated for Tuesday, January 17th at 7:00 PM, and new members are most welcome to join. The chorus has been singing for thirty-six years and is directed by Linda Blanchard, with accompanist Sean Fleming. The fall season will lead up to two concerts on April 29th and 30th that will feature Dan Forrest’s “Requiem for the Living,” and “Ellingtonia,” a medley of songs by “Duke” Ellington. The “Requiem for the Living” by Dan Forrest, composed in 2013, is scored for mixed choir and orchestra with solos for boy soprano and tenor. Combining both liturgical and non-liturgical texts, this powerful five-movement work projects a wide range of meaningful expression, from a biting essay on the vanity and pain of mankind to a plea for mercy, and finally a celebration of eternal light. The work has received more than a hundred performances world-wide within a year of its composition, including performances in Canada, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and multiple performances at Carnegie Hall. “Ellingtonia” features many “Duke” Ellington favorites, including: Azure Caravan Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me Don’t Get Around Much Anymore I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart I’m Beginning to See the Light I’m Just A Lucky So And So In A Sentimental Mood It Don’t Mean a Thing (If it ain’t got That Swing) Love You Madly Mood Indigo Satin Doll Solitude Sophisticated Lady Prelude To A Kiss Take The ‘A’ Train New singers are welcomed in without audition. While it is helpful to have some basic ability to read music, there are practice CD’s made available to help members to learn their parts. Every rehearsal has some laughter and camaraderie, even – or especially – during the final weeks preparing for concert. Last fall the SVC collaborated with the beloved Coastal Chorale, which had formally ended its over twenty-year run. The SVC gained former Coastal Chorale singers and expanded its audience to include Chorale fans from the Pemaquid Peninsula. The Sheepscot Valley Chorus rehearses Tuesday nights at 7:00 PM in the fellowship hall of the First Congregational Church in Wiscasset. Come sing! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uG0cbu5vsmM Related post. More information
01/15/17 Rockport Strom Auditorium United States
Time: 4:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 207-975-0582. Address: 25 Keelson Drive, Rockport ME 04856. Venue phone: (207) 236-7800 ext. 263. Midcoast Community Chorus, under the direction of Mimi Bornstein and accompanied by Sean Fleming. Presents their winter concert on Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 4:00 PM, at the Strom Auditorium in the Camden Hills Regional High School. For more information please call 207-975-0582, or visit mccsings.org. Related post. More information

Subscribe: RSS | iCal