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Heritage Chorale
2015 Fall Concert
A 70th Birthday Tribute
Sunday, November 22, 2015
4:00 p.m.
St. Mark's School
Performing Arts Center
25 Marlboro Road
Southborough, MA
Directions and Parking

John Rutter:
  Mass of the Children
  A Choral Fanfare
  O Clap Your Hands
  Musica Dei donum
  and more

  Jean Danton, soprano
  Garrett Murphy, baritone
  Meghan Jacoby, flute

More Info:
See our Concert Flyer and
  Concert Publicity
Watch and listen to the
  Kyrie movement from   Rutter's Mass of the Children


Fall 2015 Flyer


Ticket prices:
$25.00 - General Admission
$20.00 - Seniors and Students
$10.00 - Children up to age 12

Tickets can be purchased at the door (cash or check only) or from Chorale members.
Contributors during our
2015-2016 season may use
Donor's Choice tickets for
this concert.

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  Fall Concert Tickets

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The opening concert of the Heritage Chorale’s 79th season showcases choral works by John Rutter, the beloved British composer, who celebrates his 70th birthday in 2015.  Rutter’s choral music is filled with lyrical melodies of exquisite beauty, coupled with harmonies that are at once sublime and satisfying.
The works on this program range in style from the stunning brilliance of A Choral Fanfare and O Clap Your Hands to the intriguing and entrancing sounds of Musica Dei donum (for chorus and solo flute).

The featured work, Rutter’s rarely-heard Mass
of the Children
, is a collaboration between the Heritage Chorale and VOICES Boston, the superb children’s chorus that frequently performs with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  Also joining the Heritage Chorale for Mass of the Children are soprano soloist Jean Danton, baritone soloist Garrett Murphy, and a richly varied instrumental ensemble including flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, French horn, organ, harp, string bass, and a dazzling array of percussion instruments.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Southborough Cultural Council, a local agency in partnership with the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


We wish to thank our Season Sponsor, Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Corp, for their generous support.
              Mary Ann Morse Healthcare