MIT Chamber Chorus

William Cutter, director

April 21, 2017 - 8:00pm
$5
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Chacun à son goût - (to each his own taste)

Come and enjoy a rich menu of French musical delights presented by the MIT Chamber Chorus and their “Chef de Choeur” William Cutter

Trois chansons - Maurice Ravel
French folk songs - arranged Arthur Fickenscher
Le Ruisseau - Gabriel Fauré
Quatre petites prieres - Francis Poulenc
Trois chanson - Claude Debussy

Also featuring French solo vocal and chamber music of various French composers performed by student singers in the Chamber Chorus.

French pastries from the Flour Bakery Cafe will be served during intermission and we will raffle off a dinner to the fabulous Boston French restaurant Deuxave.

YOUTUBE
Oxford Girls' Choir sings Fauré: Le Ruisseau (Op.22) with Anna Shackleton (soprano) and Danielle Perrett (harp), directed by Richard Vendome

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