MidAtlantic Opera's Jason C. Tramm to Guest Conduct Annapolis Chamber Chorale, 10/13
Jason C. Tramm, Artistic Director and principal conductor of the MidAtlantic Opera will lead members of the Annapolis Chamber Chorale in a concert of classical choral music Sunday October 13, 2013 at the Chapel at Charlestown Village, Maryland. The Annapolis Chorale is the centerpiece of Live Arts Maryland, one of the mid Atlantic region's largest and most active musical institutions, home to The Annapolis Chorale, The Annapolis Chamber Orchestra, The St. Anne's Concert Series and the Annapolis Youth Chorus.
Tramm shares the podium as guest conductor with the company's renowned founder, J Ernest Green, Music Director of Live Arts Maryland, and will conduct the Annapolis Chamber Chorale's all women's ensemble, Cantori, in works by Mendelssohn, Bruckner, Biebl and Mozart in a selections of sacred music to include Bruckner's "Locus iste", Biebl's "Ave Maria," "Lift thine eyes" and "I waited for the Lord" by Mendelssohn and Mozart's "Ave verum".
Since 1973 the 170 member Annapolis Chorale has earned a reputation for excellence, creativity and innovative programming, guided by the vision of its Music Director J. Ernest Green. On September 21st of this year the Annapolis Chorale opened its 40th anniversary season with the highly acclaimedproduction "One Singular Sensation - A Celebration of the Music of Marvin Hamlisch." a tribute to J. Ernest Green's late mentor and friend Marvin Hamlisch "
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