Members of Sola Voce joined the Harmonium Choral Society for a production of one of Bach's most profound and dramatic works, also featuring The Sebastians as the double baroque orchestra and Grammy-winning Dann Coakwell as Evangelist. The performance also brought New York and New Jersey’s finest professional soloists to Morristown, including Grammy-nominated Stephen Sands, award-winning musical theater and classical artist Michael Maliakel, Elena Bird, Patricia Ruggles and Malcolm Merriweather.
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Sola Voce, Coro Vivo and Primo Coro took the stage on March 30th to perform for Good Grief, the New Jersey based organization whose mission is to provide unlimited and free support to children, teens, young adults, and families after the death of a mother, father, sister, or brother through peer support programs, education, and advocacy. This letter from the organization sums it up best:
The five choirs of NJYC came together at The Church of the Sacred Heart in South Plainfield, NJ for our annual winter concert. The audience enjoyed a number of holiday favorites, even joining in for some carols in between sets. The concert culminated in the rare delight of seeing all five choirs perform together.
NJYC's Coriste was invited to join the choirs of Westminster Choir College and the renowned Solid Brass for this spectacular weekend of holiday music for choir, organ and brass, performed in the grandeur of the Princeton University Chapel. It is a beloved annual event, for good reason, and the choir truly did a fantastic job, as you can see from the feedback we received:
“Thank you again for being part of Readings and Carols. Your choir sang beautifully, and provided a very special part of our concerts together. It’s always a pleasure to hear them and the incredible work you do!”
“Your choir sounded fantastic.”
“Your choir sounded so beautiful in that space. Congratulations on a spectacular performance.”
Members of Sola Voce joined the Light Opera of New Jersey for four beautiful performances of this one act opera based on the tale of the Three Kings. Sola Voce opened the show, and one of our Coro Vivo boys was one of the Amahl's!
Congratulations to all.