Katherine Chan with Minnesota Chorale
|April is a month of sweet sounds, starting with the women of the Chorale, ending with our youth choirs, and featuring the incomparable Brahms “German Requiem.” Read on for details about our busy month of concerts.|
|Bridges concert: WomanVoice|
||For this year’s Bridges program, the Minnesota Chorale collaborates with the annual WomanVoice concert to present Peace Song,focusing on the music of women composers. Along with the women of the Chorale, women’s choirs from the University of Minnesota, Augsburg College and St. Catherine University will join together to sing works written by acclaimed women composers from Minnesota and around the world.
Minnesota Chorale women with choirs from Augsburg College, St. Catherine University, University of Minnesota; Kathy Saltzman Romey, Katherine Chan, Patricia Connors & Nancy Grundahl, conductors
Friday, April 8 at 7:30 pm
Ted Mann Concert Hall
2128 S. 4th St., Minneapolis
|Brahms and Rilling|
||Chorale singers have been busy rehearsing one of our favorite works, the “German Requiem” of Johannes Brahms. We look forward to singing it for you later this month, under the baton of Helmuth Rilling, one of the world’s leading interpreters of Brahms’s music. The first half of the concert will be devoted to an in-depth exploration of the music and the meaning of the work, with musical examples provided by the Chorale and the Minnesota Orchestra. After the intermission, we’ll sing the work in its entirety.
Johannes Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem
|Why We Sing|
||It’s the culmination of an entire school year of weekly rehearsals: “Why We Sing,” the annual spring concert of our Minneapolis Youth Chorus and Prelude choir! Join us for a festive and fun evening of song, presented by the nearly 100 young singers from our youth choirs. With music from around the world and right in our own backyard, including classical, folk, and popular selections, we know you’ll love it!
Minneapolis Youth Chorus & Prelude choir