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 Concinnity Performances 

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Voices of Concinnity's 2022-23 Concert Season:

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Friday, October 21, 2022 at 7:00pm

Storrs Congregational Church

Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:00pm

Location to be determined*

Have you ever experienced chills or been brought to tears when listening to a song?  Voices of Concinnity will explore how music affects us by journeying through some iconic and new choral pieces destined to thrill.

Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 7:00pm

Trinity Episcopal Church, Hartford

Sunday, December 4, 2022 at 5:00pm

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Hebron

Come find beauty amid the darkness at our second annual “Concinnity by Candlelight” concerts this December featuring beautiful holiday music favorites sung by Voices of Concinnity by candlelight.

Saturday, June 10, 2023

Location to be determined*

Sunday, June 11, 2023

Location to be determined*

This luminous choral program featuring Voices of Concinnity reunites the music of unheard composers from history with the music of their contemporaries, as this music should be heard.

* Thank you for your patience as some aspects to our 2022-23 Season performances are finalized.  With the pandemic still factoring into our offerings, we are working to ensure that each concert will be able to be offered live and in a format that is safe for all the singers and audience.  

Voices of Concinnity will also be performing this season:

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Saturday, November 19,  2022

Concinnity will join the rest of the Consonare family for a special homecoming concert, "Belonging: songs that bring us together"

Saturday, February 11, 2023 (snow date: Sunday, February 12, 2023)

Concinnity serve as the workshop choir for a new "Healthy Conducting Workshop" for choir directors sponsored by Consonare

Saturday, March 25, 2023

Concinnity will collaborate with the Hartt School of Music choral ensembles for a special premiere

Next performance...
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Concinnity by Candlelight

 

Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 5:00pm

Trinity Episcopal Church, Hartford

Sunday, December 4, 2022 at 5:00pm

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Hebron

Come find beauty amid darkness at our second annual “Concinnity by Candlelight” holiday concerts this December. This special candlelit concert will feature beautiful holiday music favorites and soon-to-be favorites. A candlelit evening of exquisitely sung holiday music, filled with warmth and mystery, awaits.

This special candlelit concert will feature beautiful holiday music by Reena Ismail, Herbert Howells, Melissa Dunphy, Anna Lapwood, Benjamin Britten, Ellen Voth, Eleanor Daley, Tamsin Jones, and more.  This concert also includes an opportunity for the audience to sing some well-known carols with Concinnity

Audience reviews from last years' "Concinnity by Candlelight" concert:

"Voices like I imagine angels might sound."

"This group blends so well and breathes as one."

"The quality of voices and music selection is extraordinary."

“A joyful, heart warming experience which brought tears to my eyes. Beautifully blended voices singing lovely, well-chosen selections.” 

$20 Suggested Donation / Students Free

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS:

At this time, we are asking the audience to wear face masks to ensure that our performers may sing unmasked..  However, we will update these protocols here as needed and as situations change.

PARKING:

Saturday concert in Hartford:  Parking lot for Trinity Episcopal Church is available (entrance is off Farmington Ave.) and the lot for Ahern Funeral Home, directly next door 

Sunday concert in Hebron: Parking is available in the church parking lot and an open lot located directly across the street which will be aided by a traffic personnel.  We are kindly asking that the parking nearest the church be reserved for those with mobility concerns.  Thank you!  

 
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This luminous choral program featuring Voices of Concinnity reunites the music of unheard composers from history with the music of their contemporaries, as this music should be heard.

MIRRORED

 

Saturday, June 10, 2023

Location to be determined

Sunday, June 11, 2023

Location to be determined

The beauty of music from the Renaissance is illuminated in the interplay between the voices.  But many voices from that time period and the style periods following have been left unheard in our time due to a number of factors, such as missing manuscripts or composer identity. 

 
 
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In addition to Concinnity’s signature healing harmonies, there will be an interactive component for those interested in learning more about the connection between music and our feelings. Concinnity has crafted this special program to bring chills, thrills, and tears that leaves the audience moved, inspired... changed.

MOVED

 

Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:00pm

Location announced soon

A recent audience member described Concinnity’s sound as “healing.”  Why does music move us to tears or give us chills?  Through exquisitely crafted choral sound that spans the spectrum of emotions, Voices of Concinnity will take the audience on an exploration of how music affects us by performing iconic choral works, such as Herbert Howell’s Requiem and Gregorio Allegri’s Miserere mei, and new choral pieces destined to thrill composed by Sarah Rimkus, Moses Hogan, Kerensa Briggs, Edie Hill, Joshua Shank, and more. 

Admission:  $15 (students/children free)

Ticket Information will be announced soon.

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In addition to Concinnity’s signature healing harmonies, there will be an interactive component for those interested in learning more about the connection between music and our feelings. Concinnity has crafted this special program to bring chills, thrills, and tears that leaves the audience moved, inspired... changed.

MOVED

 

Friday, October 21, 2022 at 7:00pm

Storrs Congregational Church

A recent audience member described Concinnity’s sound as “healing.”  Why does music move us to tears or give us chills?  Through exquisitely crafted choral sound that spans the spectrum of emotions, Voices of Concinnity will take the audience on an exploration of how music affects us by performing iconic choral works, such as Herbert Howell’s Requiem and Gregorio Allegri’s Miserere mei, and new choral pieces destined to thrill composed by Sarah Rimkus, Moses Hogan, Kerensa Briggs, Edie Hill, Joshua Shank, and more. 

Admission:  $15 (students/children free)

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Featuring the premiere of "It May Be" composed for Voices of Concinnity by one of our singers, Brian Jones, as well as works by Sarah Quartel, Nadia Boulanger, Jack Zaino, Caroline Shaw, Marques L.A. Garrett, Laura Mvula, Antonio Vivaldi, and more.​

Belonging: songs to bring us together

 

Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 7:00pm

St. Mary's Willimantic

featuring performances by:

Choir Matrix

Voices of Concinnity

Consonare Youth Choir

Join us this fall 2022 for a special homecoming performance with our first concert with all of our choirs together once again since fall 2019.  "Belonging" will feature songs to bring us together after so long apart -- celebrating the people, places, and space where we feel we belong.

Admission is free - donations accepted**

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS:

At this time, we expect that masks will be worn by performers and audience for this concert.  However, we will update these protocols here as needed and as situations change.

 
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Sarah Kaufold

Artistic Director

Website address:  concinnityct.org

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Funded in part by:

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Voices of Concinnity is sponsored

by Consonare Choral Community