Sergei Rachmaninoff -- All-Night Vigil
Take a look at a couple of videos we created prior to the concert
What to listen for in the All-Night Vigil
Sneak Peek: First Rehearsal at OLG!
35th Annual Festival of Christmas Music
Fairmount Brass Ensemble, Steve Heitzer, director
Elizabeth Manus, Organ
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Youth Choir, Doylestown, Nancy Gifford-Humphreys, director
Trinity Episcopal Church Youth Choir, Solebury, Timothy Harrell, director
Processional: Daniel Pinkham - "Gloria" (Mvt. III of Christmas Cantata)
Giovanni Gabrieli - Magnificat (à 12)
Sing-along with organ: "Away in the Manger" (Kirkpatrick)
Giovanni Gabrieli - O Magnum Mysterium (à 8)
Sing-along with organ: "The First Nowell"
John Rutter - Gloria
Armstrong Gibbs - "While the Shepherds were Watching"
Gabriel Jackson - "The Magi" (Mvt. 7 of The Ivy and the Holly)(with organ)
Paul Mealor - "A Spotless Rose"
Sing-along processional: "O Come all ye Faithful"
Handel - "Hallelujah Chorus" (Messiah)
Canadian brass arrangements:
Vaughan Williams - "The Blessed Son of God" from Hodie
"Ding, Dong Merrily on High" (Howard Cable)
"Sweet Songs of Christmas" (Dedrick/Crocker)
BCCS with Children's Choirs:
"See amid the winter's snow" (Willcocks)
Sing-along: "Silent Night"
Giuseppe Verdi - Requiem
Barbara Shirvis, soprano
Suzanne DuPlantis, mezzo soprano
William Davenport, tenor
Stephen Powell, baritone
Riverside Symphonia, Mairusz Smolij, director
A 40th Anniversary Concert
Jane Kamp, soprano
DeVonne Gardner, soprano
Jay Fluellen, piano
Singing for Seniors Festival Choir
Prelude: Johannes Brahms - In Stiller Nacht
Mendelssohn -- "Lord, Our Creator, How Excellent Thy Name Is," from Elijah
Durufle -- "Kyrie" from Requiem
Bach -- "Dona Nobis Pacem" from Mass in B Minor
Faure -- "Offertory" from Requiem
Handel -- "Worthy is the Lamb/Amen" from Messiah
Robert Maggio -- "Small Hands Relinquish All," from Rachel and her Children
Thomas Lloyd -- Eternity's Disclosure (Dickinson)
Jay Fluellen -- "Show me your Ways" from Of Journeys and Refuge
Duke Ellington -- Ain't but the one from Sacred Concerts
Roland Carter -- In bright mansions
Weiss and Thiele, arr Brymer -- "What a Wonderful World"
K. L. Bates and S. A. Ward -- "America the Beautiful"