Stravinsky, Prokofiev, and Strauss at the New England Conservatory
Boston Children's Chorus Celebrates MLK Day
The Boston Children's Chorus sings a program to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
On the program:
King Fit the Battle of Alabam' - Duke Ellington, arr. Feigenbaum
I'm Building Me A Home - Trad. Spiritual, arr. Trecek-King
Driva Man from We Insist, Freedom Now Suite - Max Roach, arr. Feigenbaum
Freedom Song - Robert Kyr
The Death of Emmett Till - The Ramparts, arr. Feigenbaum
Only Love - Martin Luther King, arr.David Horst
Amazing Grace - arr. Jackson Berkey
Poor Man Lazrus - arr. Jester Hairston
Hold On - arr. Moses Hogan
Come Sunday - Duke Ellington, arr. Andaya
When Love Wins the Day - Roger Treece
Before My Time from Chasing Ice - J. Ralph, arr. Feigenbaum
Rock My Soul - arr. R. Jackson
One Day - Matisyahu, arr. Feigenbaum
Boston Children's Chorus
Anthony Trecek-King, Artistic Director
More about the chorus
A Tribute to The Hilliard Ensemble
The Handel and Haydn Society Bicentennial Season Opening Concert
Handel's Samson with H+H
New Year's Day 2014 with Boston Baroque
Boston Baroque and Music Director Martin Pearlman ring in 2014 with an All-Bach concert at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Mass., hosted by WCRB's Cathy Fuller and Brian McCreath.
A cross-cultural drama of passion and transformation, Madame White Snake is a story drawn from a beloved Chinese legend: A powerful white snake demon longs to become human to experience love. She grasps love for one fleeting instant before it is swept away by a flood of deceit, doubt, and distrust.
Awarded the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for music, you can hear the entire world premiere broadcast, recorded in February 2010, and learn more about Madame White Snake.