Newburgh Chamber Music presents Kairos: A Consort of Singers
Join Kairos, the premiere vocal ensemble of the Hudson Valley for a special Mother's Day concert of a cappella choral works from the Renaissance to the Present. The program will honor mothers through music throughout the ages including a set of "Ave Maria" settings, mother-inspired English and Italian madrigals, Bobby McFerrin's beautiful Psalm 23 (written in honor of his mother), and much more.
Kairos: A Consort of Singers (Dr. Edward Lundergan, Artistic Director) is a select vocal ensemble dedicated to the performance of unaccompanied choral literature from the Medieval to the present. The group is Artist-in-Residence at Holy Cross Monastery in West Park, New York, and performs in the Hudson Valley and beyond. Kairos regularly performs church cantatas of J. S. Bach as a part of its popular Bach Cantata Series, now in its eighth year. Kairos also presents historically-informed performances of the great Baroque choral works each fall, including the Monteverdi "Vespers," Handel's "Dixit Dominus," and Purcell's "King Arthur." Kairos is celebrating its 18th anniversary as the premiere vocal ensemble of the Hudson Valley and recently completed recording its second CD, "The Valley Sings," featuring choral music by Hudson Valley composers. The CD is currently available at www.kairosconsort.org and is in wide release as of early 2013.
St. George's Episcopal Church (View)
105 Grand Street
Newburgh, NY 12561
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