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The Boston Cecilia's 139th Season - Upcoming Events and Concerts

ON DREAMS ALONE - A Valentine Cabaret

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Saturday, February 7, 2015, 8:00pm

All Saints Parish
1773 Beacon Street, Brookline

A musical exploration of the many aspects of romance performed by members of The Boston Cecilia and invited guests. Revel in songs of longing, lust, love, and loss. The centerpiece will be a song cycle by Music Director, Nicholas White, based upon poems by Fitzgerald, Poe, Rosetti and others. Bring your spouse, your sweetheart, yourself.

Individual Ticket: $35
Premium Table for 4 with Champagne: $250

Seating is limited, so order your tickets now!

Light refreshments and beverages will be served

The interlude will include a short auction; great prizes for some and fun for all.

For tickets call 617-232-4540

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Sacred German Music for Double Choir

Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 8:00pm   All Saints Parish, Brookline

J.S. Bach, Singet dem Herrn BWV 225

H. Schütz, Deutsches Magnificat SWV 494

H.L. Hassler, Pater Noster

J. Brahms, Fest und Gedenksprüche, Op. 109

F. Mendelssohn, Sechs Sprüche, Op. 79

R. Schumann, Vier doppelchörige Gesänge, Op. 141

Nicholas White, conductor

To conclude our season, we offer a rich program of music from Germany, all for double choir. The chorus will be joined by continuo instrumentalists and soloists, and the later unaccompanied choral works will be interspersed with music for cello and piano. Beginning with J.S. Bach's monumental motet, Singet dem Herrn, and ending with the four sublime double choruses by Schumann, this concert provides a spectacular panorama of German choral music from the 16th to the 19th century.