Northern Harmony Quartet - Spring 2015 Tour
This incarnation of Northern Harmony's seasonal quartet is led by Village Harmony director Larry Gordon, with Northern Harmony alumni Gideon Crevoshay, Emily Adam and Lexi Ugelow.
Friday, March 20, 7:30 PM:
Grace Episcopal Church,
76 Eldredge Street
Sunday, March 22, 4:00 PM: Montpelier, VT,
115 Main Street
Monday, March 23, 7:30 PM Ottawa, ON, Canada,Kitchissippi United Church, 630 Island Park Drive
Tuesday, March 24, 7:30 PMGolden Lake, ON, Canada, 3230 Lake Dore Road
Acapella music from many lands and many centuries, including 14th century works by Ciconia, traditional music form Corsica, Georgia, Ukraine and Bulgaria, and American shape-note and Appalachian songs. Suggested admission at the door: $15, $10 for students/low income. Information: 802-426-3210.
Boston Harmony - End of Season Concerts
Directed by Patty Cuyler and Larry Gordon. Boston Harmony's annual spring concerts in the greater Boston region and western Massachusetts. Suggested admission at the door is $12 for adults, $8 for students or seniors. For further information call
Friday, April 10,
First Baptist Church, 516 Main Street
Saturday, April 11, 8:00 PM:
First Congregational Church, corner of Mason and Garden Streets
Saturday, April 18, 7:30 PM:
Hadley, MA, Wesley Methodist Church, 98 North Maple Street
Saturday, April 26, 11:00 AM:
Manchester, MA, at the annual NEFFA festival
Our 2015 concert program includes South African songs and dances, sacred and secular music from Caucasus Georgia, Corsica, and Bulgaria, traditional and contemporary American shape-note songs, Spanish renaissance songs, and Beatus Vir by French baroque composer Antoine Charpentier. Now in our tenth year, our inter-generational group of 60 teen and adult singers is reknowned for our ability to radically changeour sound as we range through radically 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.