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  1. Apr
    6
    Mon
    1. National Festival Chorus @ Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
      7:30 pm – 9:15 pm

      The evening will feature singers from across the United States in a wonderful array of choral classics, all under the baton of guest conductor and American composer Rollo Dilworth. Dilworth is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Music Education and Therapy at Boyer College and has been invited to conduct choirs throughout the U.S. and abroad. As a composer, over 150 of his choral compositions and arrangements have been published.

       

      Also on the evening’s concert is the all-professional Manhattan Chorale conducted by Craig Arnold and Pittsburg State University Wind Ensemble under the direction of Craig Fuchs.

       

      Don’t miss the National Festival Chorus at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center!

  2. Apr
    11
    Sat
    1. New York City Jazz Festival 2015: Session 1 @ The Apollo Theater
      10:15 am – 12:15 pm

      The MCP New York City Jazz Festival presents the Annual Vocal and Instrumental Jazz Ensembles Recital Series. Select ensembles will be featured in adjudicated matinee performances with commentary by acclaimed guest clinicians, along with a private session with Grammy nominated arranger, composer, trombonist, and vocalist Pete McGuinness. You don’t want to miss this day of “America’s music” – Jazz!

       

      Session 1:

      Northwest Catholic High School Jazz Singers

      Hong Kong Institute of Education Vocal Jazz Ensemble

      Mansfield University Mansfieldians

      Sparta High School Vocal Jazz

      Jazz House Vocal Jazz

       

      All tickets are $25.00. This ticket will only grant admission to Session 1.

    2. New York City Jazz Festival 2015: Session 2 @ The Apollo Theater
      2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

      The MCP New York City Jazz Festival presents the Annual Vocal and Instrumental Jazz Ensembles Recital Series. Select ensembles will be featured in adjudicated matinee performances with commentary by acclaimed guest clinicians, along with a private session with Grammy nominated arranger, composer, trombonist, and vocalist Pete McGuinness. You don’t want to miss this day of “America’s music” – Jazz!

       

      Session 1:

      Fairfield College Prep Jazzuits

      Legacy High School Twilight

      UM – Duluth Chill Factor

      Burnsville High School Freestyle

      Fairfield College Prep Encords

      Mt. Olive High School Jazz Ensemble

       

      All tickets are $25.00. This ticket will only grant admission to Session 2.

    3. New York City Jazz Festival 2015 @ The Apollo Theater
      8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

      Manhattan Concert Productions presents the 12th Annual New York City Jazz Festival featuring GRAMMY-nominated arranger, composer, trombonist and vocalist Pete McGuinness and The Pete McGuiness Jazz Sextet at the world-famous Apollo Theater.

       

      McGuinness’ credits as a critically-acclaimed jazz trombonist over the years, include performances with such jazz greats as Maria Schneider, Lionel Hampton, Jimmy Heath, The Woody Herman Orchestra, Mike Holober’s “Gotham Jazz Orchestra”, Dave Pietro, Mike Kaplan Nonet, Jim Cifelli, Manny O’Quendo’s “Libre” and most recently as a member of the new “Smoke Big Band” directed by trumpeter/composer Bill Mobley. Pete also appears as a sideman on over 25 jazz CDs, including the GRAMMY Award-winning CD by Maria Schneider “Concert In The Garden.”

       

      This concert will also feature performances by Voodoo Jazz Orchestra and UM-Duluth LAKE EFFECT. Don’t miss this unforgettable evening of Jazz at Apollo Theater!

       

      Don’t miss this unforgettable evening of Jazz at Apollo Theater!

       

  3. Apr
    13
    Mon
    1. Symphonic Series @ Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
      Apr 13 (all-day)

      The Symphonic Series gives bands and orchestras the opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall and receive comments from an outstanding panel of nationally recognized clinicians. Participating ensembles also benefit from a private clinic led by music clinicians Glenn BlockJerry Luckhardt, Allan McMurray, Paul Phillips and Jeffrey Renshaw.

       

      Symphonic Series Performance Order:

      Session 1: 9:30AM – Doors open at least 15 minutes before each session

      Mt. Lebanon High School Symphony Orchestra

      Mt. Lebanon High School String Orchestra

      South Pointe Middle School Wind Ensemble

      Mt. Lebanon High School Wind Ensemble

       

      Session 2: 1:00PM – Doors open at least 15 minutes before each session

      Choate Rosemary Hall Orchestra

      Jeffersonville Symphonic Band

      Southwest High School Chamber Orchestra

      Jeffersonville Wind Symphony

       

      One All-Day Pass will grant admission to the 9:30AM session and the 1:00PM session.

       

       

    2. Mozart: “Solemn Vespers, K. 339″ @ Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
      8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

      Considered one of Mozart’s more conservative works, Solemn Vespers (Vesperae solennes de confessore) was one of his final compositions for the Salzburg Cathedral in 1780.  Containing energetic rhythms and a bold harmonic palette, this creative work will be performed by the Masterworks Festival Chorus and prominent soloists, with the full forces of the all-professional New York City Chamber Orchestra.

       

      Also on the program is an array of choral works, including Haydn’s “Agnus Dei” from Little Organ Mass, movements from Effinger’s Four Pastorales, Whitacre’s “Five Hebrew Love Songs,” and more, all performed by the National Festival Chorus and led by conductor Jonathan Reed.

       

      This evening’s concert will also feature The Brooklyn Wind Symphony, under the direction of conductor Jeff W. Ball, performing a selection of works including a Carnegie Hall premiere of Maslanka’s A Child’s Garden of Dreams.

       

      MCP welcomes you to legendary Carnegie Hall for this memorable choral concert!

       

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