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NH Music Festival: A Choral Celebration


Aug 9, 2013
08:00 PM


The grandeur and spectacle of classical music is on full display when the Festival Orchestra is joined by the Festival’s 120-strong Symphonic Chorus for the exuberant "Coronation Anthem No. 1" by Handel, and Vivaldi’s magnificent "Gloria" – one of the jewels of the choral repertoire.  This weekend’s performance also celebrates the 50th summer season of Joel Johnson, Director of Choirs.

Donato Cabrera and Joel Johnson, conducting.

NHMF Orchestra and Symphonic Chorus and soloists.


  • Handel - "Coronation Anthem No. 1"
  • Mozart - "Exsultate Jubilate for Soprano and Orchestra"
  • Respighi - "Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite No. 1"
  • Vivaldi – "Gloria" featuring Heather Johnson and Arianna Zukerman soloists


$40, $30 and $25


View map Capitol Center for the Arts
44 S. Main St.
Concord, NH

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Capitol Center for the Arts


(603) 225-1111

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