Invitation to Summer

A Virtual Concert of Newly Recorded Music!

Once again the Pittsburgh Camerata and Artistic Director Mark Anderson have recorded some beautiful new pieces for you to hear on your favorite viewing device. This concert features newly recorded choral music by Camerata singers, divided into octets, quartets and some solos. Enter summer with the Pittsburgh Camerata!

With Ellen Fast, piano

and Special Guest Susan Medley, piano

 

Plays from Wednesday, June 2 to June 30

"O Keep the World Forever"

composed by Matthew Emery, b. 1991 and performed by an octet of mixed voices

"Rise Up, My Love"

composed by Eleanor Daley, b. 1955 and performed by an octet of women's voices

"Ging heut’ Morgen uber’s Feld"

composed by Gustav Mahler, 1860-1911 and sung by Brian Doherty, baritone

"Seasons of Love: 1. Spring"

composed by Eleanor Daley and performed by an octet of women's voices

"Spring Sonnet #2"

composed by Ben Parry, b. 1965 and performed by an SATB quartet

"Spring Is here"

composed by Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979 and Lorenz Hart, 1895-1943 and sung by Charlene Canty, soprano

"Songs of Innocence & Experience"

composed by James Adler, b. 1950 and performed by an octet of men's voices

"Afternoon On A Hill"

composed by Stephen Paulus, 1949-2014 and performed by an octet of women's voices

"Frühlingsglaube" and "It Was a Lover and His Lass"

composed by Franz Schubert, 1797-1828 and Gerald Finzi, 1901-1956 and sung by Graham Fandrei, Bass

"Seasons of Love: II.Midsummer"

composed by Eleanor Daley and performed by an octet of women's voices

"Summertime"

composed by George Gershwin, 1898-1937 and sung by Charlene Canty, soprano

"Abendlied"

composed by Felix Mendelsohn, 1809-1847 and performed by an octet of men's voices

"The Blue Ridge"

composed by Jocelyn Hagen, b. 1980 and performed by an octet of mixed voices