Berkshire Choral Festival

2014 Performances

Scheggino, Italy

Sept. 12 & 13: Scarlatti, Monteverdi, and more

Scarlatti, Stabat Mater
Monteverdi, Beatus Vir
C. V. Stanford, Magnificat
Holst, Nunc Dimittis

With Colin Baldy.

Colin Baldy is a performer (baritone), teacher, writer, and director. He serves as artistic director for Hand Made Opera, and for Maldon Festival of Arts, both in the United Kingdom. Join us in Scheggino at the Church of St. Nicholas, and in Trevi at Chiesa di San Francesco.

Maynooth, Ireland

June 28: Handel, Jephtha

Handel, Jephtha

With Joseph Cullen and the Maynooth Symphonia.

Choral maestro, organist, church musician, and teacher Joseph Cullen is much in demand worldwide. For a decade, he has earned glowing reviews for his leadership of the London Symphony Chorus. Join us in Maynooth at St. Patrick’s Chapel, St. Patrick’s College.

Winter Park, Florida

June 7, 2014: Rossini and Puccini

Rossini, Stabat Mater
Puccini, Messa di Gloria

With Dr. John V. Sinclair and the Bach Festival Orchestra.

Dr. Sinclair has been artistic director and conductor of the Bach Festival in Winter Park since 1990. He is also the director of music for Rollins College. Join us in Winter Park at Knowles Memorial Chapel, Rollins College.

Sheffield, Massachusetts

July 19, 2014: Brahms, Requiem

With Rollo Dilworth and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra.

Rollo Dilworth is conductor of the University Chorale at Temple University. Join us at the Berkshire School’s Jackman L. Stewart Center.

July 26, 2014: Bach, St. John Passion

With Tom Hall and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra.

Tom Hall is music director of the Baltimore Choral Arts Society. Join us at the Berkshire School’s Jackman L. Stewart Center.

Aug. 2, 2014: Elgar, Dream of Gerontius

With Kent Tritle and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra.

Kent Tritle is director of music and organist at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, as well as music director of Music Sacra and the Oratorio Society of New York. Join us at the Berkshire School’s Jackman L. Stewart Center.