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Stanford Symphonic Chorus

  • Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Stanford Symphonic Chorus, and Stanford University Singers
  • Paul Phillips and John Mauceri, conductors
  • Sandy Cameron, violin
  • Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Stanford Symphonic Chorus, and Stanford University Singers
  • Paul Phillips and John Maucericonductors
  • Sandy Cameronviolin

The Stanford Symphonic Chorus, under the baton of Stephen M. Sano, offers Franz Joseph Haydn's Missa Sancti Bernardi von Offida ("Heiligmesse"), an exuberant masterpiece dating from the composer's late maturity. Also on the program is Haydn's rarely-heard Violin Concerto No. 4 in G major (Hob. VIIa:4), featuring faculty soloist Joo-Mee Lee.

The Stanford Symphonic Chorus, under the baton of Stephen M. Sano, offers Franz Joseph Haydn's Missa Sancti Bernardi von Offida ("Heiligmesse"), an exuberant masterpiece dating from the composer's late maturity. Also on the program is Haydn's rarely-heard Violin Concerto No. 4 in G major (Hob. VIIa:4), featuring faculty soloist Joo-Mee Lee.

The festive annual collaboration between the Stanford Symphonic Chorus and the Peninsula Symphony reaches its 25th Anniversary in an all-English program of grand and gorgeous music by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Edward Elgar, directed by Mitchell Sardou Klein and Stephen M. Sano.

Program

The festive annual collaboration between the Stanford Symphonic Chorus and the Peninsula Symphony reaches its 25th Anniversary in an all-English program of grand and gorgeous music by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Edward Elgar, directed by Mitchell Sardou Klein and Stephen M. Sano.

Program

Under the baton of Stephen M. Sano, the Stanford Symphonic Chorus presents a celebration of choral works from the Anglican tradition, featuring John Rutter's exuberant Magnificat. The program also showcases three works by the early 20th-century master Gerald Finzi: the motets Magnificat and God is gone up and the introspective Eclogue featuring faculty pianist Frederick Weldy. 

Under the baton of Stephen M. Sano, the Stanford Symphonic Chorus presents a celebration of choral works from the Anglican tradition, featuring John Rutter's exuberant Magnificat. The program also showcases three works by the early 20th-century master Gerald Finzi: the motets Magnificat and God is gone up, and the introspective Eclogue, featuring faculty pianist Frederick Weldy. 

The Stanford Symphony Orchestra is joined by the Stanford Symphonic Chorus, University Singers, and Silicon Valley Boychoir for Orff's scenic cantata Carmina Burana.

Stephen Sano and Anna Wittstruck, conductorsRobert Huw Morgan, University Singers directorJulia Simon, Silicon Valley Boychoir artistic director

Soloists:Amy Kyung Min Lee, sopranoDavid Wilson, tenorIgor Vieira, baritone

The Stanford Symphony Orchestra is joined by the Stanford Symphonic Chorus, University Singers, and Silicon Valley Boychoir for Orff's scenic cantata Carmina Burana.

Stephen Sano and Anna Wittstruck, conductorsRobert Huw Morgan, University Singers directorJulia Simon, Silicon Valley Boychoir artistic director

Soloists:Amy Kyung Min Lee, sopranoDavid Wilson, tenorIgor Vieira, baritone

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