Handel Choir presents Path of Miracles

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There will be no preconcert lecture for this performance. Arian Khaefi will introduce the program at the beginning of the concert.

Path of Miracles is a 60-minute a cappella work inspired by the Camino de Santiago, or Way of St. James, the most enduring Roman Catholic pilgrimage and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Working under a commission from the noted choral ensemble Tenebrae, Talbot composed on texts from the Roman Catholic liturgy, medieval manuscripts and other historic and cultural documents, woven together by contemporary Canadian poet Robert Dickinson.

The result evokes the extreme trials and profound ecstasies of a thousand-mile spiritual journey on foot. It also hints at the curious evolution of a rich multicultural legend. While firmly grounded in the European choral tradition, Path of Miracles is sung in seven languages and uses vocal styles from around the world. After its premiere in 2005, Path of Miracles quickly developed a reputation for mesmerizing singers and audiences alike.




Thank you!


Supper for Singing: Gertrude's Community Night benefitting Handel Choir Thurs Jan 21

Thanks to everyone who came out to Gertrude's to Supper for Singing. We had a lovely time and hope you did too! 

Thank you to John Gilligan and Gertrude's Restaurant Community Night program for donating 20% of the net for the evening to Handel Choir of Baltimore!

Gertrude's Community Night benefitting Handel Choir Thurs Jan 21


In the news: John Shields getting international recognition after a National Geographic blog names his cookbook Chesapeake Bay Cooking 25th Anniversary Edition one of the best cookbooks of 2015. (CBS Local, WJZ 13 January 1, 2016)


And, thanks to your generosity, we raised $18,227 in December 2015, far exceeding the $10,000 challenge from Handel Choir's board and making it a very Happy New Year for us indeed!

With these funds, plus the $10,000 match from the board, we are well-positioned to bring you our March 5 performance of Joby Talbot's extraordinary Path of Miracles and our May 7 collaboration with Children's Chorus of Maryland, The Heart's Age.

Meanwhile, planning for our 2016-2017 season has begun! Distant Bells 2015 photo by Christian Amonson

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Thank you, especially to those of you who gave in December, and and many thanks to Handel Choir's board of trustees for their leadership in sustaining a remarkable 81-year choral tradition in Baltimore!



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Special thanks to Preston and Nancy Athey for their sustaining support of Handel Choir's 2015-2016 subscription concert series.


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Handel Choir's 2015-2016 season is SUPPORTED by the Maryland State Arts Council, William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards, and by the Citizens of Baltimore County, the City of Baltimore and Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, and the Venable Foundation.

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