The Mary Green Chorale Musicians In Tune


The opening concert on Tuesday, November 6 marks two Centennial CELEBRATIONS: the End of World War I and the Birth of American composer, conductor and educator, Leonard Bernstein. Joining the Chorale in Ralph Vaughan Williams’ dramatic cantata Dona Nobis Pacem will be soprano Laura Sutton Floyd and baritone Kyle Hancock. The second half of the concert will be a tribute to Mr. Bernstein with selections from “Candide”, “Mass”, “Fancy Free” and “West Side Story”. Pianist Gerald Anderson, organist Linda Hamilton, strings and percussion will accompany the Chorale.


SACRED SONGS & SPIRITUALS on Tuesday, February 19 will celebrate Black History Month. The evening of inspirational hymns and songs of faith for men’s, women’s and mixed voices moves from the mystery of Gregorian chant of Ave Maria to the soulful Go Down Moses, through masterful arrangements of beloved hymns, enriched by Linda Hamilton at the organ. Special guest jazz vocalist Reggie Deas will narrate James Weldon Johnson’s God’s Trombones and add his incomparable style to a host of well-known spirituals, including Ol' Man River, Lift Every Voice and more.


The Lowcountry Wind Symphony will join The Mary Green Chorale for two performances of EUROPEAN TREASURES: the first at Sea Island Presbyterian Church in Beaufort on Friday, April 26 and again at Holy Family Church in HHI on Sunday, April 28 at 7:30 pm. Donald Jemella and Mary Woodmansee Green will share the baton for this concert of symphonic favorites, including Wagner’s Overture to Rienzi, Sibelius’ Finlandia, Holst’s Second Suite and Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture in Russian!


$25 concert tickets are available online at MaryGreenChorale.org; in Hilton Head at Burke’s Pharmacy and The Oilerie; in Bluffton at Markel’s Card & Gift Shop and Station300; or at the door the night of the concert.


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