Music Ministry

 

SACRED SOUNDS CONCERT SERIES
2014 SEASON
Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez, Director of Music
Archdiocese of Hartford

 

All events are at the Cathedral of Saint Joseph, 140 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, CT, 06105. There is no admission charge for concerts at the Cathedral, but a free-will offering will be accepted.

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Brahms 2014

JOHANNES BRAHMS - EIN DEUTSCHES REQUIEM, Op. 45
THE NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY CHOIR
THE NEW HAVEN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
WILLIAM BOUGHTON, CONDUCTOR
Friday, April 25, 2014, 7:30 pm

 

Maestro William Boughton and the New Haven Symphony again bring their unique artistry to Hartford, this time with a performance of Johannes Brahms’ timeless and ultimately comforting Requiem. Joined by the New England Conservatory Choir and soloists Danielle Barger, soprano and Joshua Quinn, baritone, this concert offers a unique opportunity to hear a first-rate orchestra in a rare Hartford appearance, performing one of the most beloved works in the standard repertoire.

 

 

LorraineMIGHTY AUSTIN ORGAN SERIES:
Lorraine Mihalik, Cathedral Organ Scholar
Sunday, May 18, 2014, 10:00 am

Cathedral of Saint Joseph Organ Scholar, Lorraine Mihaliak will share her considerable musical gifts with the Cathedral congregration on Sunday morning May 18 at 10:00 am between the two regularly scheduled Masses. Lorraine is a parishioner here at the Cathedral, a resident of Avon, and a student of Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez. Come hear what this promising young artist can do with the Cathedral’s Mighty Austin at her disposal, combined with the “home court” advantage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DiRosaMIGHTY AUSTIN ORGAN SERIES:
GIAMPAOLO DI ROSA, ORGANIST
Friday, May 2, 2014, 8:00 pm

 


Organist Giampaolo Di Rosa makes a return visit to the Cathedral for what is sure to be another unique musical experience. Pianist, Organist, Harpsichordist, Improviser, Composer, Researcher, Teacher, are but a few of the titles held by this dynamic musical force. For his only Hartford appearance, Mr. Di Rosa’s program will consist of César Franck’s Choral III in a minor, Edward Elgar’s Sonata in G Major, Op. 28, and improvisations on audience-submitted themes (and his skills as an improviser are legendary).


 

 

 

 

 

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