Past Seasons

Established in 1973 as the Stow Festival Chorus and performing during Stow’s annual Springfest, Sounds of Stow Chorus & Orchestra has been performing in three annual concerts since 1980. Previous performances are listed below.

All choral and orchestral performances are directed by Barbara Jones unless otherwise noted.

Recordings of concerts have been made by Scott Glorioso (SG) or Arnold Buckmann (AB) unless otherwise noted, and are available directly from them. Please see Recordings for more info or Contact Us to get in touch. .

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MAY 14, 2017 Songs of Love, Lilt, and Laughter: A Celtic Spring Fling – Folk music of the British Isles, with special guests Billy Novick, Berit Strong, and Brian O’Neill

MARCH 19, 2017 – Ola Gjeilo – Sunrise Mass, Morton Lauridsen Lux Aeterna, Mozart Sinfonia concertante in E-flat major for Violin and Viola; Tim Arnold violin, Joe Simcox viola

NOV 20, 2016 HMS (SG) Lost in Paris – Berlioz Messe solennelle; Mozart (attributed) Sinfonia Concertante for Four Winds K297b. Mariah Wilson soprano, Rosario Caltabiano tenor, James Dargan baritone. Grant Anderson clarinet, Leo Kenen bassoon, Veronica Kenney oboe, Jeff Stewart horn.

MAY 15, 2016 FPC (SG) A Tribute to Robert Shaw and Alice Parker – American hymns and spirituals arranged by Shaw & Parker; piano selections featuring 9th grader Katie Painter; instrumental ensemble including flutist Katherine Kleitz.

MAR 20, 2016 HMS (SG) Aspects of Light – Hymn to the Creator of Light – John Rutter (2015 orchestrated version); Lauda Sion – Mendelssohn; Requiem – Fauré. Johanna Geremia, Hannah Klein, sopranos; Timothy Ayres-Kerr, Lucas Guzman, tenors. Kuk James, baritone. 

NOV 22, 2015 HMS (SG)  Vespers of 1610 – Monteverdi Jessica Cooper, Emily Thorner, sopranos; Eric Christopher Perry, Jason Wang, tenors. James Dargan, narrator. Baroque Brass Suite: Canzona 20 by Antegnati; Canzona 19 by Guam; Sarabande no. 63 by Pezel (Charles Anderson, Richard Pope, Fred Taylor, trumpets; Peter Norton, David Tweed, Mark Vincennes, trombones)

MAY 17, 2015 FPC (SG) Music of the Civil War – presented by Sounds of Stow Chorus with The Hardtacks Marek Bennett and Woody Pringle). Includes commissioned work “Come, All True-Hearted Southern Boys”, set by Dorothy Frisch.

MARCH 22, 2015 HMS (SG) A Tribute to John Rutter – Psalm 150, For the Beauty of the Earth; This is the Day; Mass of the Children (Laura Troisi, soprano, John Parker Eldridge, baritone) with The Weston Middle School 6th Grade Chorus, J. Parker Eldridge, Director. “Colors” – Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra by Bert Appermont; Alexei Doohovskoy, trombone

NOV 23, 2014 HMS (SG) Christmas Oratorio – J. S. Bach (English text edition by Lara Hoggard); Erika Vogel, soprano; Larissa Doohovskoy, mezzo-soprano; Jason Wang, tenor; James Dargan, baritone; Kyle Spraker, baroque trumpet; Margot Law, narrator.

MAY 18, 2014 FPC (SG) Missa Gaia – Paul Winter (Sounds of Stow Chorus, performed with First Parish Church of Stow and Acton choir, Mike Pfitzer, director)

MARCH 23, 2014 HMS (SG) Requiem – Brahms, Lara Hoggard edition, (Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra), Margot Law, soprano; Mark Cleveland, baritone Variations on a Rococo Theme for cello and orchestra – Tchaikovsky, (Sounds of Stow Orchestra), Ariana Falk, cello

NOV 24, 2013 HMS (SG) “A Program of Russian Masterpieces” Hvalite Boga (Praise God) – Gretchaninoff Polovtsian Dances – Borodin (Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra) Piano Concerto No.2 – Rachmaninoff (Wanda Paik, piano with Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 19, 2013 FPC – (SG) “Spring Concert & Community Sing with Alice Parker” (Sounds of Stow Chorus, choir members of Church of St. Andrews, First Parish Church Wayland, Nashoba Valley Chorale, Three Rivers Chorus) Sing to the Lord – Isaac Watts, Arr. Alice Parker Come and Taste – John Leland, Arr. Alice Parker Sorrow and Gladness – Gracia Grindal, Alice Parker Trinitarian Blessings – Brian Wren, Alice Parker Auprè de ma Blonde – Arr. Alice Parker Johnny I hardly Knew Ye – Arr. Alice Parker Ride On, King Jesus – Arr. Alice Parker and Robert Shaw I Got Shoes – Arr. Alice Parker and Robert Shaw John Saw Duh Numbah – Arr. Alice Parker and Robert Shaw

MARCH 24, 2013 HMS – (SG) Oratorio “Jephtha”– Handel (Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra; Jephtha– Richard Monroe, tenor; Iphis– Jessica Cooper, soprano; Storges – Deborah Rentz-Moore, mezzo soprano; Hamor – Reginald Mobley, countertenor; Zebul – John Whittlesley, baritone; Angel – Margot Law, soprano)

NOV 18, 2012 HMS – (SG) “Five Mystical Songs” and “Dona Nobis Pacem” —Ralph Vaughan Williams (Jane Shivick, soprano; Mark Andrew Cleveland, baritone, Sounds of Stow chorus and orchestra) “Classical Concerto” – Composed and performed by Keane Southard, piano, with Sounds of Stow orchestra

MAY 20, 2012 FPC – (SG) “World Music: United in Song” Chindia (based on a Romanian folk dance tune) Alexandru Pascanu Vårvindar friska (Spring Breezes) Swedish, Arr. Sheena Phillips Eagle Poem (text by Native American, Joy Harjo) David Brunner, Nancy Shapiro, oboe Shes Like the Swallow (Newfoundland folk song) Arr. Edward Chapman Ma Navu (How Beautiful) Jewish folk song, Arr. Audrey Snyder Nika Banja (Romani dance) Arr. Nick Page, Trisha Woods and Pauline Oliver, piano; Barbara Chickosky, tambourine Usuli Boat Song (Chinese folk song) Arr. Shui Jiang Tian, Jason Wang, tenor Diu Diu Deng (Taiwanese folk song) Arr. Chen Yi Famine Song (inspired by Sudanese basket weavers) Vida, Arr. Matthew, Culloton Nkosi Sikeleli Afrika Enoch Mankay Sontonga (South African National Anthem 1897) Arr. Nick Page Prayer of the Children Kurt Bestor (tribute to victims in Yugoslavia, 1973) Arr. Andrea Klouse How Can I Keep from Singing? (Quaker hymn) Arr. Gwyneth Walker

MARCH 18, 2012 HMS – (SG) “Music of Meditation” Verleih´ Uns Frieden – Mendelssohn (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Hear My Prayer
– Mendelssohn (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Margot Law, soprano) Requiem – Bob Chilcott (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Margot Law, soprano; Richard Monroe, tenor) Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Major – Shostakovich (Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Gregory Tolwinski, piano)

NOV 20, 2011 HMS – (SG) “Music of Majesty” Theresienmesse (Teresa Mass) in B-flat – Haydn (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Margot Law, soprano; Theresa Buckley, mezzo-soprano; Jason Wang, tenor; John Whittlesey, baritone) Coronation Anthem #2 The King Shall Rejoice – Handel (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Triple Concerto (Violin, Cello, Piano) in C Major, Op. 56 – Beethoven (Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Lawrence Franko, violin; Ariana Falk, cello; Pauline Oliver, piano) Program Notes (72KB PDF)

MAY 22, 2011 FPC – (SG) “Places of Note” The Stars above the Hill – David Dickau / Bliss Carman Afternoon on a Hill – Eric Barnum / Edna St. Vincent Millay Let Evening Come – Brian Holmes / Jane Kenyon Der Abend – Johannes Brahms / Friedrich Schiller Innisfree – Gerald Custer / William Butler Yeats Song for the Mira – Allister MacGillivray, arr. Stuart Calvert Geographical Fugue – Ernst Toch Song to the Moon (La Luna) – Randall Stroope / Jaroslov Kvapil Summerdark – Dorothy VanAndel Frisch / Frederic Durbin Loch Lomond – arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams Green Cathedral – Carl Hahn, arr. Barbara Jones / Gordon Johnstone Loveliest of Trees – Robert Rhein / Housman (Composer / Poet) with Stow Festival Chorus

MARCH 13, 2011 HMS – (SG) The Armed Man: a Mass for Peace – Karl Jenkins (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Concerto for Clarinet in A – Mozart (Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Grant Anderson, Clarinet)

NOVEMBER 21, 2010 HMS – (SG) Vespers (1610) – Monteverdi (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Sarah Bellott and Shannon Rose McAuliffe, sopranos; Owen McIntosh and Jason Wang, tenors) Concerto for Two Trumpets in D – Manfredini (Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Jesse Levine and Joe Foley, trumpets)

MAY 16, 2010 FPC – (SG) “Teacher and Student: Music of John Corigliano and Eric Whitacre” John Corigliano: Fern Hill (text by Dylan Thomas) Eric Whitacre: Cloudburst Sleep Lux Arumque The Seal Lullaby (text by Rudyard Kipling) Animal Crackers I & II (texts by Ogden Nash) (Stow Festival Chorus in conjunction with Harvard Pro Musica, Mark Bennett, Musical Director) Variations on a Shaker Melody from Appalachian Spring – Aaron Copland (Pauline Oliver and Susan Minor, piano) Nocturne – Samuel Barber (Deborah Owen, mezzo soprano; Pauline Oliver, piano)

FEBRUARY 28, 2010 HMS – (SG) Violin Concerto – Britten (Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Lawrence Franko, violin) Requiem – Duruflé (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Cantique de Jean Racine – Fauré (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

NOVEMBER 22, 2009 HMS – (SG) Sinfonia Concertante in B-flat – Haydn (Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Lawrence Franko, violin; Ariana Falk, cello; Veronica Kenney, oboe; Leo Kenen, bassoon) Psalm 42 (“Wie der Hirsch schreit” / As the deer yearns for fresh water) – Mendelssohn (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Margot Law, soprano; Richard Monroe, tenor; Paul Clark, baritone; Michael Wood, tenor; Ryan Burns, baritone) Psalm 95 (“Kommt lasst uns anbeten”/ Oh Come, let us worship) – Mendelssohn (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Margot Law, soprano; Laura Troisi, soprano; Richard Monroe, tenor) Christmas Cantata (“Vom Himmel Hoch” / From heaven on high) – Mendelssohn (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Margot Law, soprano; Ryan Burns, baritone)

MAY 16, 2009 FPC – (SG) “Singers Favorites from SpringFests Past” De Animals A’Comin – Bartholomew Let Evening Come – Walker You Are the New Day – arr. Knight Nunc Dimittis – Gretchaninof God’s Gonna Set This World On Fire – Hogan Great Day – Hogan A Blessing – Childs Horizons – Van Dijk Fa Una Canzona – Vecchi Everyone Suddeny Burst Out Singing – Willsher Heilig – Mendelssohn Danny Boy – arr. Flummerfelt Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal – arr. Parker We Rise Again – Dubinsky Down By the Riverside – arr. Rutter (Stow Festival Chorus)

MARCH 22, 2009 HMS – (SG) Nocturne No. 17 in C# Minor – Chopin (Ernest Goldman, piano) Violin Concerto in E Minor – Mendelssohn, 1844 (Sounds of Stow Orchestra; Ming-Chi Tsai, violin) Magnificat in D-Major – Mendelssohn, 1822 (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Choral Cantata No. 5 – Verleih’uns Frieden (Prayer) – Mendelssohn, 1831 (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Lauda Sion (Praise Jehovah), Op. 73 – Mendelssohn, 1846 (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

NOVEMBER 23, 2008 HMS – (SG) Mass in D – Ethel Smyth, 1891 (Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra) Piano Concerto No. 5 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 18, 2008 (FPC) – SG Andante from Piano Concerto No. 21 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman) Elegiac Song – Beethoven (Stow Festival Chorus and Ming-Chi Tsai, Graham Lawes, Margery Goldstein, Andy Goldstein, string quartet) New England Journey – Gwyneth Walker, composer present – I am In Need of Music that Would Flow – Chester – When Jesus Wept – Feathers and Frogs: Hope is the Thing with Feathers; I’m Nobody – More Love – Let Evening Come – The Tree of Peace (Stow Festival Chorus; Olga Rogach, piano; Kristjan Asgeirsson, percussion)

APRIL 13, 2008 St. Paul’s Cathedral, Worcester Recordings from Master Singers of Worcester Messe Solonelle – Louis Vierne (The Master Singers of Worcester and the Sounds of Stow Chorus)

MARCH 30, 2008 (HMS) – SG Requiem in C-minor – Luigi Cherubini (Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra) Piano Concerto No. 8 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Elegischer Gesang – Beethoven (Sounds of Stow Chorus accompanied by strings)

NOVEMBER 18, 2007 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 6 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, Piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) The Creation – Haydn (Diana McVey, soprano; Ray Bauwens, tenor; Mark Andrew Cleveland, bass; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 20, 2007 (FPC) – SG Jerome Kern Favorites from musicals and films (Stow Festival Chorus, String Quartet, Ernest Goldman, piano) All the Things You Are, The Song Is You, Yesterdays, I’m Old Fashioned, I Won’t Dance, Don’t Ever Leave Me, The Way You Look Tonight, Why Was I Born?, Can I Forget You?, Can’t Help Singing

MARCH 11, 2007 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 11 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, Piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Cello Concerto in C Major – Haydn (Cecilia Lee, Cello; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) “Komm, Jesu, komm” – Motet BWV 229 Bach (Stow Festival Chorus; Strings / Winds)  Missa Dei Filii – Jan Dismas Zelenka (Diana McVey, soprano; Martha Remington, alto; Ray Bauwens, tenor; Brian McNeil, bass; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

NOV. 19, 2006 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 25 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, Piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Hora Novissima – Horatio Parker (Diana McVey, soprano; Martha Remington, mezzo soprano; Ray Bauwens, tenor; Robert Honeysucker, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 21, 2006 (FPC) – SG “Classic Poetry set to Contemporary Music” (Stow Festival Chorus, Ernest Goldman, piano) Musicks Empire – Andrew Marvell – Lloyd Pfautsch somewhere i have never traveled – by e.e. cummings – Julian Wachner A Blessing by Sara Teasdale – David Childs Jabberwocky – Lewis Carroll – Renè Clausen Where Dwells the Soul of My Love – James Thomson & david Childs O Whistle and I’ll Come to Ye – Robert Burns & Mack Wilberg My Love’s in Germany – by Hector MacNeill I’ll Ay Call in by Yon Town – Robert Burns in time of daffodils – by e.e. Cummings & David Dickau John the Revelator – Paul Caldwell/Sean Ivory

MARCH 5, 2006 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 19 in F – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, Piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) “Butterfly Lovers” Violin Concerto – Chen Gang & He Zhan-Hao (Ming-Chi Tsai, Violin; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Cantata No. 79 “Gott, der Herr, is Sonn und Schild” Cantata No. 118 “O Jesu Christ, mein’s Lebens Licht” Cantata No 149 “Man singet mit Freuden vom Seig” – J.S. Bach (Diana McVey, soprano; Martha Remington, alto; Ray Bauwens, tenor; Tom Melander, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

NOV. 20, 2005 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 18 in B-flat – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Te Deum – Dvorak (Diana McVey, soprano; Martha Remington, alto; Ray Bauwens, tenor; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Der Gerechte kommt um – J.S. Bach (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Te Deum – Bruckner (Diana McVey, soprano; Martha Remington, alto; Ray Bauwens, tenor; Tom Melander, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 22, 2005 (FPC) – SG “Shakespeare Set to Music” (Stow Festival Chorus, Ernest Goldman, piano) Hark, Hark! The Lark – Matthew Harris O, Mistress Mine – Matthew Harris I Shall No More to Sea – Matthew Harris It Was a Lover and His Lass – Matthew Harris When He Shall Die – Stametz When That I Was and a Little Tiny Boy – Matthew Harris Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bred – Matthew Harris Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day – Nils Lindberg O Mistress Mine – Alan Murray The Cloud Capp’d Towers – R. Vaughan Williams When Daffodils Begin to Peer – Matthew Harris Who is Sylvia? – P.D.Q Bach

MARCH 13, 2005 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 16 in D – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Stabat Mater – Dvorak (Jane Shivick, soprano; Martha Remington, alto; Ray Bauwens, tenor; Robert Honeysucker, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

NOV. 21, 2004 Fall Concert (HMS) – SG Concerto No. 10, K 365 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman and Suzanne Reine, pianos; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Great Mass in C Minor, 427 – Mozart (Diana McVey, Martha Remington, Laura Troisi, sopranos; Stefan Reed, tenor; Peter Thomas, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 23, 2004 (FPC) – SG “A Tribute to Moses Hogan” Walk Together, Children Do Lord, Remember Me There’s a Man Goin’ Round Standing in the Need of Prayer Ride on, King Jesus Hold On! This Little Light of Mine Down by the Riverside I Am His child – written by Moses Hogan Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel? Swing Low, Sweet Chariot I Can Tell the World (Stow Festival Chorus; Ernest Goldman, piano)

MARCH 21, 2004 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 13 in C Major – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, Piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Violin Concerto in A Minor – Dvorak (Lawrence Franko, Violin; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Dona Nobis Pacem (Give Us Peace) Great Choruses from: Bach – B-Minor Mass Haydn – Teresiennemesse Schubert – Mass in E-Flat Beethoven – Missa Solemnis (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

JAN. 23, 2004 (Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Tremont Street, Boston) Grand Mass in E-flat – Amy Beach Pre-concert talk by Singer/Historian Leslie Holmes. (Margot Law, soprano; Martha Remington, alto; Ray Bauwens, tenor; Tom Melander, bass; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

NOV. 23, 2003 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 4 in G – Beethoven (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Grand Mass in E-flat – Amy Beach (Ray Bauwens, tenor; Margot Law, soprano, Martha Remington, alto; Tom Melander, bass; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 18, 2003 (FPC) – SG (Stow Festival Chorus, Ernest Goldman, piano) The Trysting Place – Brahms O Schöne Nacht – Brahms Hark, I hear the Harp Eternal – arr. Parker & Shaw I Will Arise – arr. Parker & Shaw Wondrous Love – arr. Parker & Shaw Heaven – André Thomas Fa una canzona – Orazio Vecchi Io son la primavera – W. Hawley Horizons – P.L. van Dijk (Tom Melander, bass) We Rise Again – I. Dubinsky

MARCH 9 2003 (HMS) – SG Violin Concerto No 1 in A Minor – J.S. Bach (Lawrence Franko, Violin; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, K. 488 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, Piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Lux Aeterna – Morten Lauridsen ( Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Nänie, Op. 82 – Brahms (Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

NOV. 24, 2002 (HMS) – SG Violin Concerto in C Major – Haydn (Lawrence Franko, Violin; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Piano Concerto No. 15, K. 450 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, Piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Messa di Gloria – Puccini (Richard Simpson, tenor; Peter Thomas, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 18, 2002 (FPC) – SG (Stow Festival Chorus, Ernest Goldman, piano) I Have Had Singing – Sametz Loveliest of Trees – Rhein When I was One and Twenty – Rhein May Day Carol – Taylor Everyone Suddenly Burst Out Singing – Willsher You are the New Day – David Water Night – Whitacre Two Rose Madrigals (Contre Qui, Rose; Dirait-on) – Lauridsen God’s Gonna Set This World On Fire – arr. Hogan De Animals A-Comin’ – arr. Bartholomew Great Day – arr. Hogan I Got a Home In-a Dat Rock – arr. Hogan

MARCH 1, 2002 & MARCH 3, 2002 Groton-Dunstable Performing Arts Center & Mechanics Hall, Worcester, MA A Sea Symphony – R. Vaughan Williams (Margaret O’Keefe, soprano; James Maddalena, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus, Assabet Valley Mastersingers, Master Singers of Worcester, Symphony Pro Musica) Mark Churchill, Conductor (recordings available through Mechanics Hall)

NOVEMBER 4, 2001 (HMS) – SG Violin Concerto #1, Op. 27 – Ernst von Dohnanyi (Lawrence Franko, violin; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Piano Concerto #26, “Coronation” K. 537 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Vesperae solennes de confessore, K. 339 – Mozart (Margot Law, soprano; Martha Remington, alto; Rosario Caltabiano, tenor; Thomas Melander, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 19, 2001 (FPC) – SG (Stow Festival Chorus, Ernest Goldman, piano) Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal – arr. Parker (Diana Harotian, soprano) Steal Away – arr. Jennings In His Care-o – arr. Dawson Beautiful River – arr. Lowry Ezekiel Saw de Wheel – arr. Dawson God’s Gonna Set This World On Fire – arr. Hogan Ride On, King Jesus – arr. Hogan Abide With Me – arr. Hogan Elijah Rock – arr. Hogan I Stood on the River of Jordan – arr. Hogan The Battle of Jericho – arr. Hogan Amen – arr. Hairston

MARCH 11, 2001 (HMS) – SG Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat Major, K. 271 – Mozart (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) “Beyond Messiah – Choruses from Other Oratorios” (An all Handel Program; Stow Festival Chorus & Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Solomon – Your Harps and Cymbals Sound Solomon – May No Rash Intruder Alexander’s Feast – The Many Rend The Skies Jeptha – Cherub and Seraphim Jeptha – Doubtful Fear and Reverent Awe Jeptha – How Dark, O Lord, Are Thy Decrees Israel in Egypt – Sing Ye To The Lord

JANUARY 28, 2001 (Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Tremont Street, Boston) – SG Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15 – Beethoven (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Messe solennelle – Berlioz (Laura Troisi, soprano; Rosario Caltabiano, tenor; Donald Boothman, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Barbara Jones and Ernest Goldman talk about performing the Messe solennelle on WBURH’s Here and Now (Jan. 25, 2001). Listen to the Interview

NOVEMBER 19, 2000 (HMS) Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15 – Beethoven (Ernest Goldman, piano; Sounds of Stow Orchestra) Messe solennelle – Berlioz (Margo Law, soprano; Rosario Caltabiano, tenor; Donald Boothman, baritone; Stow Festival Chorus; Sounds of Stow Orchestra)

MAY 20, 2000 (FPC) – SG (Stow Festival Chorus, Ernest Goldman, piano) Heilig – Mendelssohn Denn er hat Seinen Engeln – Mendelssohn Lass dich nur nichts nicht dauren – Brahms The Best of Rooms – Thompson The Last Invocation – Thompson Take Care of This House from “1600 Pennsylvania Avenue” – Bernstein Diaphenia – Stanford Corydon, arise! – Stanford Great Day – arr Moses Hogan (Diana Harotian, soprano) I Got a Home in-a dat Rock – arr. Moses Hogan (Wendy Linden, mezzo soprano)

MARCH 12, 2000 (HMS) – SG Sonata No. 5 in E-minor – Bach (Katherine Kleitz, flute; Ernest Goldman, piano) Sonata in G-Major, Op. 78 – Brahms (Meg Hill, violin; Ernest Goldman, piano) The Peaceable Kingdom – Randall Thompson (Stow Festival Chorus) Bitter Sweet – Thompson (Stow Festival Chorus) The Best of Rooms – Thompson (Stow Festival Chorus) The Last Invocation – Thompson (Stow Festival Chorus)