Fairfield County Chorale Presents ‘When Folklore Meets Choral’

As part of its 60th season, Connecticut’s  Fairfield County Chorale will celebrate Latin American music with “When Folklore Meets Choral.” Music Director David Rosenmeyer is set to lead soloists Pedro Sequera and Oscar Vallejo alongside the Norwalk High School Chamber Singers, directed by Steven Oliveri, and the Future Natives Project through “Misa Criolla.” Ariel Ramirez’s work fuses themes from the {…}

Fairfield County Chorale Unveils 2022-23 Season

The Fairfield County Chorale has announced its 60th season, which kicks off this December. That first concert will feature a performance of Mozart’s “Solemn Vespers” and Haydn’s “Missa in Angustiis.” Led by David Rosenmeyer, soloists include soprano Samarie Alicea, mezzo-soprano Veronica Pollicino, Tenor Alexei Kuznietsov, and bass-baritone Enrico Lagasca. They will be joined by the Fairfield County Chorale Orchestra. Performance {…}

Fairfield County Chorale to Present ‘A Requiem for the Pandemic’

On March 26, 2022, the Fairfield County Chorale will present Mozart’s “Requiem in D minor” and Thomas Cabaniss’ “Three Sabbaths” in a program titled “A Requiem for the Pandemic.” Renowned conductor David Rosenmeyer will conduct the Chorale, with guest soloists including soprano Joy Jan Jones, mezzo-soprano Eugenia Forteza, tenor Pedro Sequera, and baritone Hyunsoon Kim. The program will join Mozart’s {…}

Fairfield County Chorale Returns to the Stage With ‘Hailstork Holiday, and Little Hallelujah’

Fairfield County Chorale is set to present “Hailstork Holiday, and Little Hallelujah” on Dec. 12, 2021 at the Norwalk Concert Hall in Connecticut. The concert will celebrate the 80th birthday of composer Adolphus Hailstork, who will also be visiting in person. Audiences will hear Hailstork’s “A Christmas Canticle” and “I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes.” The performance will also feature {…}