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Greenwich Choral Society is planning a full season for 2020/2021, conditions permitting. Given the evolving situation, the programs
and dates may have to change but we are committed to continuing
the GCS tradition of bringing fine music to our audience. Subscribe here to receive updates
Saturday, December 5
Sunday, December 6
Christ Church Greenwich
254 East Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
The first weekend of December has been marked for decades by The Greenwich Choral Society ushering in the Holiday Season with its traditional concerts. This Holiday Season the imperative for quarantine and social distancing precludes the Choral Society members gathering to prepare, and the public gathering to hear, a traditional concert. So Greenwich Choral Society has embarked on an ambitious effort to create virtual concerts that will be available to our many friends, to our supporters and to all who treasure choral music. (Through the application of a computer model that will combine the efforts of our individual choristers into a magnificent virtual full performance,) The Greenwich Choral Society will be heard again celebrating this Holiday Season through electronic media such as YouTube and Facebook.
Watch this site for information about how you may celebrate the coming holidays with us.
March 13, 2021 @ 4:00 p.m.
Performing Arts Center
Greenwich High School
10 Hillside Road
Greenwich, CT 06830
In 2020, the world was all set to celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday. By my calculation, he will still be 250 years old in 2021! We hope that our March 2020 plans can be revived for March 2021 with a spotlight on the genius of Beethoven. Hear “highlights” of Beethoven’s choral, operatic and instrumental masterpieces and experience the power of a composer who changed the landscape of classical music!
Saturday, May 1, 2021
Norwalk Concert Hall
125 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851
Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem, op 45 is one of the most beautiful choral works, not only of the nineteenth century, but of all time. Completed in 1868 as a tribute to his mother and to his great friend, Robert Schumann, the “German Requiem” is a masterpiece which singers and audience return to time and time again. The non-liturgical “German Requiem” addresses the living, rather than the dead, and poignantly communicates the essence of universal human experience. Scholars and performers agree that Ein deutsches Requiem provides one of the most sublime moments in all of music literature. Join us as we combine forces with the chorus and orchestra from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music in this noble and inspiring masterpiece.