Join Coro Allegro for its new season of compelling repertoire from Brahms, Handel, and Poulenc to new works by emerging American composers!
A musical celebration of legendary choral conductor Lorna Cooke deVaron showcasing works by pioneering and contemporary American voices, from Copland’s lyrical folk settings to new soundscapes from emerging American composers, with a world premiere by deVaron’s son Alexander.
Sunday, November 9, 3 pm • New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall
Spiritual themes of anguish, repentance, and forgiveness resonate in these moving choral works. In the midst of Lent, hear Dubois’ passionate oratorio, The Seven Last Words of Christ, along with music of Poulenc and Brahms.
Sunday, March 15, 3 pm • Church of the Covenant
Experience radiant works by two innovative composers with distinctive paths to the sacred: Arvo Pärt’s serene and ethereal musical panorama, Te Deum, paired with Handel’s virtuosic and ceremonious masterpiece, Dixit Dominus.
Sunday, May 17, 3 pm • Church of the Covenant
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About Coro Allegro
Coro Allegro, Boston's acclaimed classical chorus for members, friends, and allies of the LGBT community, seeks to affirm, strengthen, and enrich the lives of its members and the broader community through the presentation of outstanding performances of choral music.