Yale Institute of Sacred Music

Once the school year begins the Yale School of Music goes into overdrive.

With two symphony orchestras, an opera company, a chamber music series, lunchtime concerts, a piano series, a jazz series and graduate recitals, there is much to hear.  The Yale music scene is a busy one. And that makes New Haven a happy place.

Juxtaposed nicely between the Yale Music School and the Yale Divinity School, you will find the The Yale Institute of Sacred Music, and you will find an ambitious schedule of musical offerings that begin on September 29th, with a Yale Schola Cantorum concert at Christ Church in New Haven.

The Schola Cantorum, and the Yale Camerata are the two principal performance groups at ISM, and they also offer a guest series highlighting artists from around the world.  Their schedule also includes a guest lecture series, so they have you covered; soul AND mind.  Bear in mind that often the ISM concerts don’t always make it to the Yale Music schedule, but that what I am here for. I will keep you posted.


Yale Schola Cantorum

September 29th 5pm  Christ Church New Haven
David Hill, conductor

Margaret Burk, Preces and Responses

Sebastián de Vivanco, Magnificat Octavi Toni

Gustav Holst,  Nunc dimittis

William Harris, Faire is the Heaven

Stephen Paulus, Pilgrim’s Hymn (Introit)

Friday, October 12,  7:30pm
Free
Trinity Lutheran Church  292 Orange Street
Masaaki Suzuki, conductor

(New York performance takes place on October 13 at 7:30 PM.
225 West 99th St, NY)

Yale Camerata

Sunday, November 11, 2018  4:00pm
Free
Church of the Redeemer

185 Cold Spring Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Marguerite L. Brooks, conductor

Herbert Howells
Take Him, Earth

John Tavener
Requiem Fragments

Carol Barnett
The World Beloved (A Bluegrass Mass)
Saturday, December 1  7:30pm
Free
Battell Chapel 400 College Street
New Haven
Marguerite L. Brooks, conductor

Tomaso Albinoni
Concerto for Two Oboes in F, Op. 9 no. 3

Josef Rheinberger
Der Stern von Bethlehem, Op. 164
& Abendlied

Johann Sebastian Bach
Dona nobis pacem

John Goss,
David Willcocks, arr.
See, amid the winter’s snow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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