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March 26, 2014 .

Upcoming concerts:
2013-2014 Season

Brooklyn World Music Chorus ConcertBoston Harmony chorus

The spring '14 end-of-semester concert of the Brooklyn World Music Chorus, led by Patty Cuyler and Mollie Stone, is Sunday, April 6th from 5:30-6:30pm at Plymouth Church, 75 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, NY. Members of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, which generously hosts our monthly choir rehearsals, will put in a guest appearance at the concert.
Admission is free, with voluntary donations taken at the door.

Boston Harmony World Music Choir Performances

Boston Harmony chorusBoston Harmony, the unique Boston area world music choir led by Village Harmony directors Patty Cuyler and Larry Gordon, will present three concerts in April, 2014.

Saturday, April 5 at 8:00 PM:
Hancock UCC Church in Lexington, MA at 1912 Massachusetts Avenue
Friday, April 11 at 8:00 PM:
First Baptist Church in Melrose, MA at 561 Main Street
Saturday, April 12 at 7:30 PM
Wesley Methodist Church in Hadley, MA at 98 North Maple Street

Admission at the door is $12, $8 for students and seniors. 
For further information email us at villageharmony@gmail.com
or call (802) 426-3210.

Boston Harmony will also be performing a shorter concert at the New England Folk Festival in Mansfield, MA, on Saturday April 26 at 2:00.  See www.neffa.org

The concert program presents South African songs and dances, sacred and secular music from Caucasus Georgia, Corsica and Bulgaria, two dramatic English West Gallery Anthems by William Knapp, traditional and contemporary American shape-note songs, and renaissance Italian laudae.  Now in its ninth season, the inter-generational group of 50 teen and adult singers is particularly notable for its ability to radically change its sound as it ranges through these different genres: from the dark and sonorous Georgian timbre to the ultra-bright Bulgarian hard-voice, from straight-ahead shape note singing to the rich and mellifluous South African sound.