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St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral

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220 W. Fayette St. Syracuse , NY United States

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November 2014
Free

All Souls’ Evensong & Harpsichord Recital

November 2 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

The St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral Choir offers a special All Souls’ Evensong featuring Geraint Lewis’ profound anthem, “The Souls of the Righteous”, as well as service music by Craig Phillips and Herbert Sumsion. The Donald J. Grout Memorial Harpsichord will be featured in recital immediately following Evensong by Dr. Mark Radice, professor at Ithaca College, with works of Gibbons, Frescobaldi and Bach.

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Symphoria Casual Concert: Exultations

November 23 @ 2:30 pm

Kids 18 & under free, students with ID $5 – call the box office 315-299-5598 John Warren, conductor; Janet Brown, soprano; Laura Enslin, soprano; Symphoria musician John Raschella, trumpet; Syracuse University Oratorio Society: John Warren, director PROGRAM J.S. Bach: Orchestra Suite No. 1 J.S. Bach: Cantata No. 51 Vivaldi: Gloria Soprano Janet Brown and trumpeter John Raschella lead the rejoicing with this program of jubilant music.

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December 2014

Symphoria Casual Concert: The Messiah

December 7 @ 2:30 pm

Kids 18 & under free, students with ID $5 – call the box office 315-299-5598 Brian DeMaris, conductor; Syracuse University Oratorio Society; John Warren, director; Amanda DeMaris, soprano; Ivy Walz, mezzo-soprano; David Parks, tenor; Jimi James, baritone A holiday tradition at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, this performance of Handel’s Messiah is led by conductor Brian DeMaris, along with a quartet of all-star soloists and the Syracuse University Oratorio Society.

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January 20152015

Symphoria Casual Concerts: Songs Without Words

January 11, 2015 @ 2:30 pm

Kids 18 & under free, students with ID $5- call the box office 315-299-5598 Lawrence Loh, conductor; Anna Petersen, oboe PROGRAM Mendelssohn: The Hebrides; Strauss: Concerto for Oboe; Brahms: Serenade No. 2 Brahms and Strauss were two of the greatest song writers in the late romantic period. On this concert, we get to hear orchestral works that exhibit the same lyrical qualities that make their songs so memorable. The concert opens with an overture by Mendelssohn, who originated the idea…

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March 2015

Symphoria Casual Concert: Childhood Memories

March 1, 2015 @ 2:30 pm

Kids 18 & under free, students with ID $5 – call the box office 315-299-5598 Travis Newton, conductor PROGRAM Haydn: Symphony No. 94 “Surprise”; CMM Concerto Winner; Ravel: Mother Goose; Prokofiev: Peter & The Wolf This concert is a chance for our “older” patrons to revisit some of the pieces they remember from their childhoods… pieces they’re unlikely to encounter other than on a children’s concert.

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