The Cantus Singers and Shenandoah Chorus offer up a program that features works like Gershwin's "I Got Rhythm" as heard in "An American in Paris" and Mozart's Requiem which was heard in "Amadeus" and "Elizabeth."
As part of the D.C. area celebration of Andriessen 75, Monica Germino and Aeolus Quartet join the Shenandoah EDGE Ensemble in a program featuring Andriessen's "Bells for Haarlem," "Hout," and the regional premiere of "La Giro," as well as faculty member Ruby Felton's "Junk Pop," Derek Bermel's "Ides March" and a world premiere by Alexandra Gardner. Part of the New Music Series.
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