BRAND NEW ALBUM!
Row 2 (behind the piano) from Left to Right
Maria Rivera White, Jason Connell, Adam Ouellet, Thaddeus Bell, Anthony Garza, Will Prapestis,
Daniel Rosensweig, Lisa Bloom, Abigail Haynes
Missing: Frankie Campofelice
Row 1 (close to the piano) from Left to Right:
Shannon Larkin, Jeanne Lucas, Marc DeMille, Kilian Mooney, Shiba Nemat-Nasser, Kate Meifert,
Anita Kupriss, Sierra Marcy, Liza Navarro Zuniga, Lisa Hadley, Craig Juricka, Kathryn Denney
Labyrinth Choir APRIL
Unfortunately we had to cancel our spring season and summer tour to Spain. But here's the good news: we just created a virtual recording of the beautiful song "Roots" by Ola Gjeilo. Labyrinth Choir commissioned this piece with a consortium of choirs through Chorus America and received the music in March 2020 just before the lockdown happened. The photos that have been added to the song are of the wonderful Labyrinth choir singers.
Here's the YouTube link to "Roots" by Ola Gjeilo--virtual recording by Labyrinth Choir. Sound engineer: Brad Michel; Artistic Director: Anita Kupriss.
Labyrinth Choir Presents an Extravaganza of Solo and Ensemble Songs from Broadway and Hollywood
This November, Broadway and Hollywood come to town for an unforgettable music show of pure bliss! Featuring selections from Les Misérables, Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, Sister Act, and A Star Is Born. Solos from West Side Story, The Music Man, Hairspray, Sweeney Todd and so much more. Two shows only: Friday, November 8th 2019 at 7:30 PM in Canton and Sunday, November 10th 2019 at 3:00 PM in Brookline. Visit our EVENTS page for tickets and information.
BOSTON CELEBRITY SERIES!!
SUN DEC 8, 2019 at 3 pm at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory
Labyrinth Choir has been invited to join Rob Kapilow in a concert called What Makes It Great. He will be exploring Jewish secular Christmas songs and you'll get to hear Labyrinth Choir sing all those wonderful tunes like Rudolph, Let It Snow, and White Christmas. The concert is almost sold out, so get tickets soon!
We are in the process of finishing our CD, Celestial Whispers, featuring mostly the music of renowned Latvian composer Ēriks Ešenvalds. We are premiering the chamber version of his six movement work "Whispers On The Prairie Wind" and the evocative and unique song we commissioned called "Nightfall" for soloists, chorus and cello solo. The CD also features "Sure On This Shining Night" by Morten Lauridsen, "There Will Be Rest" by Frank Ticheli and "Stars" by Ešenvalds. It's truly an inspiring CD due to the poignant story behind the multi-movement work with orchestra. We are pleased and honored to use the photograph of Martin Jernberg for our CD cover art. Beauty and emotion abound!
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