CARRIE CHERONTOUR

Sunday
March 1
3:00 pm
Haverford, PALorelei Ensemble - Without Walls
Haverford College Marshall Auditorium
Lorelei’s touring program for the season is Without Walls, featuring the world premiere of Jessica Meyer's "I long and seek after" (winner of the 2019 Chorus America Dale Warland Commissioning Award), alongside works by Pérotin, Sungji Hong, David Lang, and Jonathan Woody.
Friday
March 6
8:00 pm
Cambridge, MAEl Dorado Ensemble
First Church in Cambridge, Congregational 11 Garden St (entrance on Mason St)
This beautiful program will consist of French renaissance music from the court of Louis XIII, with works by Moulinié, Guédron & others.
Sunday
March 8
3:00 pm
Somerville, MAEl Dorado Ensemble
Somerville Museum One Westwood Rd
This beautiful program will consist of French renaissance music from the court of Louis XIII, with works by Moulinié, Guédron & others.
Saturday
March 14
6:00 pm
Boston, MABoston Baroque GalaProgram TBA
Sunday
March 29
3:00 pm
Brookline, MABoston Cecilia
All Saints Parish 1773 Beacon St
Mezzo-soprano soloist in Paul Rudoi's new passion work, "Our Transcendental Passion."
Sunday
April 5
7:00 pm
Cambridge, MAClub Passim
47 Palmer St
In-the-round with friends and colleagues Janie Barnett and Kristin Cifelli!
Monday
April 13
7:30 pm
Boston, MABerklee College of Music
David Friend Recital Hall 921 Boylston St
In recital with Fran Trester and Marti Epstein. World premiere presentation of Fran Trester's song cycle, "Universal Orlando."
Tuesday
April 21
7:00 pm
Exeter, NHSkylark Ensemble - Sub Rosa
Phillips Exeter Academy
COLLABORATION WITH BEST-SELLING AUTHOR DAN BROWN AND COMPOSER GREGORY W. BROWN What might happen if Robert Langdon, acclaimed professor of Symbology at Harvard University (and fictional hero of Dan Brown’s best-selling novels, including The Da Vinci Code), were enlisted to explore hidden symbols, secret codes, and long-forgotten historical connections buried in manuscripts of choral music over the centuries? Join Skylark to find out... Featuring video introductions by author Dan Brown and stunning new music by Gregory W. Brown, Skylark will rehearse and debut this program in residence at Phillips Exeter Academy.
Wednesday
April 22
7:00 pm
Falmouth, MASkylark Ensemble - Sub Rosa
Simon Center for the Arts
COLLABORATION WITH BEST-SELLING AUTHOR DAN BROWN AND COMPOSER GREGORY W. BROWN What might happen if Robert Langdon, acclaimed professor of Symbology at Harvard University (and fictional hero of Dan Brown’s best-selling novels, including The Da Vinci Code), were enlisted to explore hidden symbols, secret codes, and long-forgotten historical connections buried in manuscripts of choral music over the centuries? Join Skylark to find out... This program will feature video introductions by author Dan Brown and stunning new music by Gregory W. Brown.
Thursday
April 23
7:00 pm
Wellesley, MASkylark Ensemble - Sub Rosa
Wellesley College Houghton Chapel
COLLABORATION WITH BEST-SELLING AUTHOR DAN BROWN AND COMPOSER GREGORY W. BROWN What might happen if Robert Langdon, acclaimed professor of Symbology at Harvard University (and fictional hero of Dan Brown’s best-selling novels, including The Da Vinci Code), were enlisted to explore hidden symbols, secret codes, and long-forgotten historical connections buried in manuscripts of choral music over the centuries? Join Skylark to find out... This program will feature video introductions by author Dan Brown and stunning new music by Gregory W. Brown.
Friday
April 24
7:00 pm
Newburyport, MASkylark Ensemble - Sub Rosa
St Paul's Episcopal Church
COLLABORATION WITH BEST-SELLING AUTHOR DAN BROWN AND COMPOSER GREGORY W. BROWN What might happen if Robert Langdon, acclaimed professor of Symbology at Harvard University (and fictional hero of Dan Brown’s best-selling novels, including The Da Vinci Code), were enlisted to explore hidden symbols, secret codes, and long-forgotten historical connections buried in manuscripts of choral music over the centuries? Join Skylark to find out... This program will feature video introductions by author Dan Brown and stunning new music by Gregory W. Brown.
Saturday
April 25
6:00 pm
Great Barrington, MASkylark Ensemble - Sub Rosa
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
COLLABORATION WITH BEST-SELLING AUTHOR DAN BROWN AND COMPOSER GREGORY W. BROWN What might happen if Robert Langdon, acclaimed professor of Symbology at Harvard University (and fictional hero of Dan Brown’s best-selling novels, including The Da Vinci Code), were enlisted to explore hidden symbols, secret codes, and long-forgotten historical connections buried in manuscripts of choral music over the centuries? Join Skylark to find out... This program will feature video introductions by author Dan Brown and stunning new music by Gregory W. Brown.
Sunday
April 26
7:30 pm
Norton, MAWheaton College
Cole Memorial Chapel
Mozart Requiem, alto soloist.
Saturday
May 2
8:00pm and 10:00 pm
Boston, MAEmmanuel Music - Late Night at Emmanuel
15 Newbury Street
Kurt Weill’s cabaret songs (Charley Blandy) and String Quartet, Opus 8 (Arneis Quartet); Benjamin Britten's Cabaret Songs (Carrie Cheron).
Sunday
May 17
3:00 pm
Amherst, MAHampshire Choral Society
UMass Fine Arts Center
Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle, alto soloist
Thursday
June 18
8:00 pm
Leipzig, GermanyEmmanuel Music at Bachfest Leipzig
Nikolaikirche Leipzig
Emmanuel Music has been invited to participate in 2020's Bachfest Leipzig! We will be performing Cantatas 1, 4, 14, and 140. Additional Festival information is available at: https://www.bachfestleipzig.de/en/bach-festival/leipzig-bach-festival-2020-0