Award-winning series!
Presenting the works of Tarik O’Regan

Thursday, May 8 at 7:30 PM
Church of the Epiphany

1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Linda Jones, soprano
Sarah Brailey, soprano
Luthien Brackett, alto
Kirsten Sollek, alto
Owen McIntosh, tenor
Timothy Hodges, tenor
Thomas McCargar, baritone
Steve Hrycelak, bass

NOVUS NY String Quartet

The New Music for a New Age series has become a signature program of The Washington Chorus—receiving national press, and in 2010 the ASCAP ALICE PARKER AWARD for creative and adventurous programming of contemporary music. Audiences have raved about the format of New Music for a New Age — music combined with lively discussion between Music Director Julian Wachner and the featured composer. This year’s program is devoted to the music of composer Tarik O’Regan. With two recent GRAMMY nominations (including Best Classical Album), a Gramophone Award nomination for Scattered Rhymes (which will be on the program), and a long list of other noteworthy awards
and reviews—The Washington Chorus is thrilled to be highlighting O’Regan through such an eclectic program. We hope you’ll join us on May 8 for this unique concert experience!

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Program to include:
The Ecstasies Above
Scattered Rhymes
Had I Not Seen the Sun
I Had No Time to Hate
Now Fatal Change
Lines of Desire

This performance is made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.


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