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     mezzo-soprano
"There was also some lovely singing ...not just from the leads but also from Megan Roth as the head of that chorus-trio (she was also most at home with her Andrews-Sisteresque routines)."
-Thomas Garvey, The Hub Review.
Trouble in Tahiti, Boston Midsummer Opera.

Upcoming Engagements

2021

JULY

22

TO JULY 25

  • Boston Midsummer Opera Logo
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  • Commander's Mansion, The Arsenal on the Charles
  • Watertown, MA
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  • Mélange Operatique
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  • Susan Davenny Wyner, conductor
  • Antonio Ocampo-Guzman, director
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  • Ticket and Event Info

AUG

11

TO AUG 20

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Boyce, VA
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  • A Christmas Carol
  • Professional Recording
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  • Skylark partners with master storyteller, Sarah Walker, offering a new musical interpretation of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Original text abridged by Artistic Director Matthew Guard; original score by Benedict Sheehan.
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • Ticket and Event Info

OCT

16

7:00PM

  • Calliope's Call Logo
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  • Lexington, MA
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  • Macabre Musings: Shadows, Ghosts, and Witches
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  • Our annual fall gala returns on Saturday, October 16, this year with a festive Halloween-themed program in historic Lexington! Join us for an evening of scary, funny, and thrilling stories told through music. Featuring special appearances by a veritable cast of Calliope’s Call veterans, alongside new artists joining us this season. Come dressed in your favorite costume; prizes will be awarded for the best ones!
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  • Space is limited; please contact me if you would like to be added to the guest list
  • Address is a private residence and will be provided with your ticket purchase.
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  • Julia Scott Carey, piano
  • Michael Galvin, bass-baritone
  • Kyuyoung Lee, tenor
  • Evangelia Leontis, soprano
  • Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
  • Andrew Stack, baritone
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  • Ticket and Event Info

OCT

22

TO OCT 24

  • True Concord Logo
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  • Green Valley, AZ
  • Tucson, AZ
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  • True Concord Voices & Orchestra
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  • From Darkness to Light
  • A concert of music reflecting this moment — stepping out of the darkness of adversity into the light of a new day.
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  • Eric Holtan, conductor
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  • Ticket and Event Info

OCT

29

7:30PM

  • A Woman Scorned
  • Charity Concert supporting Abby's House
  • Worcester, MA
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  • Megan Roth, Mezzo-Soprano
  • Yelena Beriyeva, Piano
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  • Works by Cheryl Frances-Hoad and Scott Wheeler
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  • The Clark University Charity Performance Series will be holding its inaugural concert “A Woman Scorned” on October 29th, 2021 at 7:30pm in Razzo Hall to support Abby’s House in Worcester. Since 1976, Abby’s House has provided shelter, housing and advocacy to 14,000 homeless, battered and low-income women and children. Abby’s House is Worcester’s largest provider of supportive housing specifically designed to meet the needs of women and children and is dedicated to empowering women to lead self-directed lives filled with dignity and hope. To learn more about Abby’s House, visit www.abbyshouse.org. This event is supported by The Stuart P. Anderson Endowed Fund for Music Performance.
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  • Livestream Link
  • Donations to Abby's House

NOV

19

TO NOV 21

  • True Concord Logo
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  • Green Valley, AZ
  • Tucson, AZ
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  • True Concord Voices & Orchestra
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  • Haydn — Mass in the Time of War
  • Vaughan Williams — Dona Nobis Pacem
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  • From Comfort to Peace
  • Be transported through two conditions of mankind. Emerging from a state of war, the music takes us on a journey through conflict to the ultimate goal of peace.
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  • Eric Holtan, conductor
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  • Ticket and Event Info

DEC

11

TO DEC 12

  • The Keene Chorale Logo
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  • Jaffrey, NH
  • Keene, NH
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  • The Keene Chorale
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  • Handel's Messiah
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  • Megan Roth, alto soloist
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  • Cailin Marcel Manson, conductor.
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  • Ticket and Event Info

DEC

16

TO DEC 20

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Falmouth, MA
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
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  • A Christmas Carol
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  • In our first ever Christmas storytelling concert, Skylark again partners with master storyteller Sarah Walker to offer a new musical interpretation of A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens. Working from the original text abridged by Artistic Director Matthew Guard, Composer Benedict Sheehan (our recent collaborator for Once Upon A Time) has created a new concert-length story score that weaves familiar Christmas carols into the fabric of the Dickens story. Bringing timeless carols of the season together with the beloved characters of Charles Dickens promises to create an unforgettable new version of a Christmas classic.
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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2022

JAN

22

TO JAN 23

  • Calliope's Call Logo
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  • These performances to be rescheduled for the 2022-2023 season.
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  • Marblehead, MA
  • Boston, MA
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  • With One Voice
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  • A rousing program of vocal quartets featuring works by American composers Tom Cipullo and Kile Smith, alongside a time-honored favorite, Brahms' Zigeunerlieder.
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  • Kyuyoung Lee, tenor
  • Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
  • Edward Rothmel, piano
  • Andrew Stack, baritone
  • Dana Lynne Varga, soprano
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  • Ticket and Event Info

FEB

25

TO FEB 27

  • True Concord Logo
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  • Green Valley, AZ
  • Tucson, AZ
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  • True Concord Voices & Orchestra
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  • From the Edge to Hope
  • Imagine a world without the hanging threat of climate crisis. This program includes the world premiere of Jake Runestad’s work that explores the threat of inaction and the need for reversal and renewal through our shared commitment to positive change.
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  • Eric Holtan, conductor
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  • Ticket and Event Info

MAR

18

TO MAR 20

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Falmouth, MA
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
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  • Emerald Isle
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  • In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day in Greater Boston, join Skylark for a joyful celebration of traditional music from Ireland and other Celtic nations. We are fortunate to have two Skylarks with significant expertise in Celtic music: Fiona Gillespie (Soprano and Irish whistle) and Peter Walker (Bass-baritone, piper, harpist, and collector of unique musical instruments). Join Fiona, Peter, and a chamber group of Skylarks for an evening of airs, ballads, and folksongs.
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • Ticket and Event Info

APR

2

& APR 3

  • Spire Chamber Ensemble Logo
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  • Kansas City
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  • Awakening New Sounds
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  • Collaboration with the Kansas City Youth Chorus
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  • Explore a broad range of repertoire for organ and choir Featuring GRAMMY nominee and longtime Spire collaborator Jan Kraybill on organ. Cantos Sagrados by Sir James MacMillan is the central work, which sets poems by Ariel Dorfman and Ana Maria Mendosa about political repression in Latin America combined with traditional religious texts in Latin. Additional selections include music by Rosephanye Powell, Jonathan Dove, Florence Price, Herbert Howells, Benjamin Britten, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Johannes Brahms, and a new world-premiere by Ben A. Spalding. We welcome the Kansas City Youth Chorus (Sunday performance only) as our special guests for this thrilling program which is sure to uplift you long after the final note is played.
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  • Ben Spalding, conductor
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  • Ticket and Event Info

APR

30

TO MAY 1

  • Calliope's Call Logo
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  • Brookline, MA
  • Dedham, MA
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  • Evolution: The Composer's Journey
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  • A special collaboration with renowned soprano Laura Strickling, pairing brand new songs with pieces from earlier in the same composer’s career—a musical “then and now” charting the course of a composer’s unique style.
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  • Julia Carey, piano
  • Michael Galvin, bass-baritone
  • Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
  • Laura Strickling, soprano
  • Edward Vogel, baritone
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  • Ticket and Event Info

JUN

3

TO JUN 5

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Falmouth, MA
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
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  • Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil
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  • An apocryphal story recounts that when conductor Nikolai Danilin first heard Sergei Rachmaninoff play the score for his All-Night Vigil (‘Vespers’), Danilin said “Where am I to get such basses? They are as rare as Asparagus at Christmas!" In the fall of 2019, Skylark presented the greatest masterwork of a cappella music as it had never been heard before: a performance of the finest professional vocalists in the United States anchored by world-renowned basses joining forces for the first time ever. After what was described by many Skylarks as their most profound concert experience ever, we vowed to re-visit the work again soon. Join us again in June 2022 for an encore performance, this time working from a new edition of the score prepared by Artistic Director Matthew Guard and Skylark Soprano Fotina Naumenko.
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • Ticket and Event Info

JUN

19

4:00PM

  • Yale Choral Artists
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  • New Haven, CT
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  • Music for Choir and Percussion
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  • I Hate and I Love – Dominick Argento
  • Memory of Water – Garth Neustadter (world premiere)
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  • Newly commissioned work – Hannah Lash
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  • With the Percussion Collective, Robert Van Sice, Music Director
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  • Jeffrey Douma, conductor

JUN

26

TO JUL 2

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Boyce, VA
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  • La Vie en Rose
  • Professional Recording
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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SEPT

22

TO SEPT 25

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Falmouth, MA
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
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  • Maritime History
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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OCT

27

TO OCT 30

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Falmouth, MA
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
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  • Path of Miracles, Joby Talbot
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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DEC

10

TO DEC 18

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • NY
  • DC
  • MA
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  • A Christmas Carol
  • Northeast Tour
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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2023

FEB

16

TO FEB 18

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • New Bedford, NY
  • Falmouth, MA
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
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  • La Vie en Rose
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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APR

20

TO APR 23

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Falmouth, MA
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
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  • New work premiere by Nell Shaw Cohen
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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MAY

28

TO JUN 4

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • New Bedford, NY
  • Falmouth, MA
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
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  • Clear Voices in the Dark
  • Performances and Recordings
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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Recent Engagements

2021

MAY

28

TO JUN 4

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Exclusively on Skylark +
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  • 'A Long Way' Recording and Memorial Day Event
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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MAY

23

TO JUN 23

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Exclusively on Skylark +
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  • What'll I Do?
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  • Join a chamber group of Skylarks for a gorgeous exploration of songs of love and longing, featuring music by Irving Berlin, the poetry of Byron, and settings by composer Morten Lauridsen.
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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MAY

2

TO JUN 2

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Exclusively on Skylark +
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  • Lux Aeterna
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  • Join an all-star group of eight Skylarks as we explore some of the most gorgeous settings of sacred music for double choir, including the stunning Lux Aeterna, a setting of Edward Elgar’s Nimrod from the Enigma Variations. This ethereal concert also features works by Rachmaninoff, Lotti, and Holst.
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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APR

22

TO MAY 22

  • Calliope's Call Logo
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  • Dedham, MA
  • Boston, MA
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  • There is no plan(et) B
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  • This program celebrates the earth, raising awareness of the urgent need to save our planet. Featuring music from a variety of composers and poets including including nature-lover Emily Dickinson, the program illustrates humanity’s essential and timeless connection to Mother Earth.
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  • Evangelia Leontis, soprano
  • Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
  • Sonja Tengblad, soprano
  • Christina Wright-Ivanova, piano
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  • Exclusively on Sparrow Live
  • Ticket and Event Info

APR

16

TO MAY 16

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Exclusively on Skylark +
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  • Shining Night
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  • Join Skylark for an entrancing musical exploration of the spirit of the evening, including two gorgeous settings of James Agee’s poem Sure on This Shining Night (by composers Samuel Barber and Morten Lauridsen).
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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MAR

17

TO APR 17

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Exclusively on Skylark +
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  • Emerald Isle
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  • In celebration of St. Patrick's Day, join Skylark for a joyful celebration of traditional music from Ireland and other Celtic nations. Join us for a selection of airs, ballads, and folksongs from Ireland and beyond.
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  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • Ticket and Event Info

2020

AUG

30

AVAIL

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Le stagioni d'amore
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  • A virtual recital on Skylark +
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  • Available August 30
  • Please join the artists at 8pm on Aug 30 for a post-recital Zoom discussion.
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  • with Edward Rothmel, piano
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  • Experience the complexities of love through masterful storytelling by beloved composers and poets of the Art Song genre. Featuring works from the Romantic era to present-day, this program is sure to simultaneously tug the heartstrings and give you a chuckle or two!
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MAY

24

TO MAY 25

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • These performances to be rescheduled for the 2020-2021 season.
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  • Chatham, MA
  • Falmouth, MA
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  • Remembrance
  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • In honor of our veterans, and in remembrance of the many wars fought across the centuries, Skylark offers a war remembrance program.
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MAY

8

TO MAY 9

  • Calliope's Call Logo
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  • These performances to be rescheduled for the 2020-2021 season.
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  • Dedham, MA
  • Boston, MA
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  • There is no plan(et) B
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  • This program celebrates the earth, raising awareness of the urgent need to save our planet. Featuring music from a variety of composers and poets including including nature-lover Emily Dickinson, the program illustrates humanity’s essential and timeless connection to Mother Earth.
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  • Evangelia Leontis, soprano
  • Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
  • Sonja Tengblad, soprano
  • Christina Wright-Ivanova, piano
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  • Ticket and Event Info

APR

21

TO APR 25

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • These performances to be rescheduled for the 2020-2021 season.
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  • Exeter, NH
  • Falmouth, MA
  • Wellesley, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
  • Great Barrington, MA
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  • SUB ROSA Secrets Revealed
  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • COLLABORATION WITH BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
  • DAN BROWN AND COMPOSER GREGORY W. BROWN
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  • What might happen if Robert Langdon, acclaimed professor of Symbology at Harvard University (and fictional hero of Dan Brown’s best-selling novels, including The Da Vinci Code), were enlisted to explore hidden symbols, secret codes, and long-forgotten historical connections buried in manuscripts of choral music over the centuries? Join Skylark to find out...
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  • Featuring video introductions by author Dan Brown and stunning new music by Gregory W. Brown, Skylark will rehearse and debut this program in residence at Phillips Exeter Academy.
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  • Ticket and Event Info

JAN

24

TO JAN 26

  • True Concord Logo
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  • Tucson, AZ
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  • America Sings!
  • Eric Holtan, conductor
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  • Celebrating the diverse voices of America, from folk songs and spirituals to musical theater and jazz.
  • In partnership with the Tucson Desert Song Festival.
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  • Ticket and Event Info

2019

DEC

15

3:00PM

  • Brockton Symphony Orchestra Logo
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  • North Easton, MA
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  • Brockton Symphony Orchestra
  • Emilian Badea, conductor.
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  • Holiday POPS!
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  • Megan Roth, Mezzo-soprano soloist
  • Dana Varga, Soprano soloist
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  • Vavilov-Caccini Ave Maria
  • Offenbach Belle Nuit
  • Rossini Duetto Buffo di Due Gatti

DEC

11

TO DEC 14

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Falmouth, MA
  • Chatham, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
  • Weston, MA
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  • A Century of Carols
  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • 2018 marked the 100th anniversary of A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, held annually at King's College Chapel in Cambridge, England. To celebrate this centenary, Skylark Artistic Director Matthew Guard and colleagues in Cambridge meticulously researched the history of this service and the angelic music that has graced its Christmas broadcasts over the last century. After four packed performances in 2018, Skylark will reprise this stunning program (with some exciting new additions!), presenting beloved carols that connect our audiences to one hundred years of celebrations of the holiday spirit.
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  • Ticket and Event Info

NOV

22

TO NOV 24

  • True Concord Logo
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  • Tucson, AZ
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  • Mozart & da Vinci
  • Eric Holtan, conductor
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  • W. A. Mozart: “Solemn Vespers,” K. 339
  • Jocelyn Hagen: The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci for choir, orchestra, and film
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  • Ticket and Event Info

NOV

2

TO NOV 3

  • Calliope's Call Logo
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  • Boston, MA
  • Marblehead, MA
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  • Sounds of Unity
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  • An exciting concert program featuring works with themes of social justice and equality for women, persons of color, and the LBGTQ community, using texts/music by artists from minority or marginalized communities. Featuring five winning compositions from our 2019 Call for Scores, Juliana Hall’s 2019 composition Through the Guarded Gate, which was inspired by the #MeToo movement, and Boston composer Oliver Caplan’s The New Colossus.
  • This presentation of Through the Guarded Gate is offered in conjunction with the Seattle Art Song Society's cross-country “march,” "Beyond the Guarded Gate.”
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  • Wes Hunter, tenor
  • Evangelia Leontis, soprano
  • MaKayla M. McDonald, soprano
  • Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
  • Chelsea Whitaker, piano
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  • Ticket and Event Info

OCT

24

TO OCT 27

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Falmouth, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
  • Chestnut Hill, MA
  • Cambridge, MA
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  • Rachmaninoff Vespers
  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • An apocryphal story recounts that when conductor Nikolai Danilin first heard Sergei Rachmaninoff play the score for his All-Night Vigil (‘Vespers’), Danilin said “Where am I to get such basses? They are as rare as Asparagus at Christmas!" In the fall of 2019, three giants of the choral world will join Skylark to present the greatest masterwork of a cappella music as it has never been heard before: a performance of the finest professional vocalists in the United States anchored by three world-renowned basses joining forces for the first time ever. Indeed more rare than “asparagus at Christmas,” don’t miss this once-in-a-generation experience!
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  • Ticket and Event Info

OCT

11

TO OCT 13

  • True Concord Logo
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  • Tucson, AZ
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  • Shakespeare in Song
  • Eric Holtan, conductor
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  • Choral music from 1600 to today based on the wit, beauty, humor and insight of Shakespearean texts.
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  • Ticket and Event Info

AUG

27

7:00pm

  • Newburyport Choral Society
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  • Newburyport, MA
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  • Haydn Lord Nelson Mass
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  • George Case, conductor.
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  • Sarah Moyer, soprano
  • Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
  • Alex Nishibun, tenor
  • Dana Whiteside, baritone

JULY

24

TO JULY 28

  • Boston Midsummer Opera Logo
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  • Watertown, MA
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  • Tisbe
  • La Cenerentola
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  • July 24 at 7:30pm
  • July 26 at 7:30pm
  • July 28 at 3:00pm
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  • La Cenerentola, or ossia La bontà in trionfo, is an operatic dramma giocoso in two acts by Gioachino Rossini. Based on the fairy tale Cendrillon by Charles Perrault, Cenerentola follows the story of a young woman who is forced to act as a servant to her cruel stepfather (Don Magnifico) and stepsisters (Tisbe and Clorinda). Prince Ramiro is going house to house to find the most beautiful woman for his wife. In disguise as his own valet, Prince Ramiro enters the house to observe the family. Immediately charmed by Cenerentola, he does not notice the stepsisters, much to their dismay. At the ball, Dandini, disguised as the Prince, is surrounded by the stepsisters. Veiled, Cenerentola enters the ball and Prince Ramiro is once again taken by her. She gives the Prince a bracelet and instructs him to find her. The Prince immediately calls his men together to track down this beautiful mystery woman. The Prince finds Cenerentola at her home, back in servant’s clothes, and asks for her hand in marriage. Cenerentola forgives her family, as she has found happiness with her new husband.
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  • Ticket and Event Info

JUN

21

8:00PM

  • Yale Choral Artists
  • Jeffrey Douma, Conductor
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  • New Haven, CT
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  • Presented in association with the International Festival of Arts & Ideas
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  • A program featuring a cappella works by Yale faculty and alumni composers such as Kernis, Marshall, Gilbertson, Theofanidis, and Shaw.
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  • Morse Recital Hall, Sprague Memorial Hall

MAY

24

TO MAY 27

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Newburyport, MA
  • Cambridge, MA
  • Chatham, MA
  • Falmouth, MA
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  • Remembrance
  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • In honor of our veterans, and in remembrance of the many wars fought across the centuries, Skylark offers a war remembrance program.
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  • Ticket and Event Info

MAY

3

8:00PM

  • Williams College
  • Williamstown, MA
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  • Lindsay S. Pope, conductor.
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  • This Love Between Us
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  • Reena Esmail, This Love Between Us: Prayers for Unity
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  • The Williams Concert Choir, directed by Lindsay S. Pope, Visiting Director of Choral/Vocal Activities, presents a performance titled This Love Between Us. Each work juxtaposes the Western classical style with another musical tradition. The program highlights composers who create cross-cultural conversation through their musical language and attempts to track how this conversation has developed over time. Featured works include Béla Bartók’s Four Slovak Folk Songs (Erin Kennedy ‘19, conductor; Ellery Galvin ‘18, pianist), Saro by Joshua Shank, Dominus Vobiscum by Sydney Guillaume, and Reena Esmail’s seven-movement oratorio This Love Between Us: Prayers for Unity, performed with orchestra and Veena Chandra, sitar; Devesh Chandra, tabla; Erin Nafziger, soprano; Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano; Joshua Gurwitz, tenor; and Tian Hui Ng, bass.

APR

27

TO APR 28

  • Calliope's Call Logo
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  • Boston, MA
  • Chestnut Hill, MA
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  • Cross Connections: Juliana Hall
  • Celebrating American art song composer Juliana Hall, with works by her mentors and a world premiere by the composer herself.
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  • Megan Roth, Mezzo-Soprano
  • Evangelia Leontis, Soprano
  • Laura Strickling, Soprano
  • Clare Longendyke, Piano
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  • Ticket and Event Info

APR

4

TO APR 7

  • Skylark Vocal Ensemble Logo
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  • Fitchburg, MA
  • Gloucester, MA
  • Norton, MA
  • Washington D.C.
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  • Masterpiece
  • Matthew Guard, conductor
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  • Over the centuries, art has inspired music, and music has inspired art. In this innovative multi-faceted program, we will offer musical reflections and reactions to the visual arts from the ancient to the modern. Skylark is excited to premiere a commissioned work by Nell Shaw Cohen, a New York City-based composer with a particular interest in the intersection of visual art and music.
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  • Ticket and Event Info

MAR

29

TO MAR 31

  • True Concord Logo
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  • Tucson, AZ
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  • Mozart Requiem
  • Eric Holtan, conductor
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  • Mozart Requiem in D Minor, K.626
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  • Lauridsen Lux Aeterna
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  • Ticket and Event Info

MAR

29

TO MAR 31

  • True Concord Logo
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  • Tucson, AZ
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  • Mozart Requiem
  • Eric Holtan, conductor
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  • Mozart Requiem in D Minor, K.626
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  • Lauridsen Lux Aeterna
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  • Ticket and Event Info

FEB

5

7:45PM

  • Dedham, MA
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  • NewBridge on the Charles
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  • The Facets of Love
  • Calliope’s Call presents 'The Facets of Love’, which explores the intricacies of this human experience: the search for love, young love, flirtation, jealousy, and the death of love. Experience an evening of art song that encapsulates the many facets of love in music by beloved composers Richard Strauss and Georges Bizet, 19th century Spanish composers Rafael Taboada y Mantilla, Francisco de Borja Tapia and Jose Valero, and selections by Boston-based composer, Scott Wheeler.
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  • Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
  • Katrina Holden-Buckley, soprano
  • Christina Wright-Ivanova, piano

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