Carnegie Hall....Here we come!  We have been invited to perform Dan Forrest's "Requiem for the Living" as part of a choral festival organized by Mid-America Productions on Tuesday, May 28th at 8pm.    We sang this piece 4 years ago and instantly fell in love with it.  We are so excited to have the opportunity to perform it again, this time in such a hallowed venue! 

A BIG thank-you to CD Trips LLC of Liberty, NY for putting together a coach bus trip for our concert.  Click on the link for more information.

ABOUT THE CONCERT: The performance will take place in on the Perelman Stage of the Stern Auditorium of the world-famous Carnegie Hall.  Performers include the New England Symphonic Ensemble, David C Dahlquist, Jeremy Mims and Lisa Billingham, Conductors, along with participating choruses including the Sullivan County Community Chorus under the direction of Kevin Giroux.  The program will consist of Vaughan Williams “Let Us Now Praise Famous Men”, Thompson’s “The Testament of Freedom”, Brahms’ “Nanie”, Jake Runestad’s “Into The Light”, Dominick Diorio’s “A World Aglow”, and Dan Forrest’s “Requiem of the Living.”


Thank you to all who came out to attend our 42nd Annual Winter Concert, "The Reflective Genius of Mozart."  It was wonderful to see so many people in attendance, both old friends, and now some new ones as well.

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Thank you to all who attended our Summer Stock Concert. It was an amazing success!

We are still flying high from our performance of Carmina Burana, we will never forget  what an amazing musical experience we all had!

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