Music for the Dance

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Music for the Dance


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Trinity Episcopal Church 88 Walker Street Lenox, MA 01240

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LENOX, MA. – Trinity Church announces a new Music at Trinity Lenox program as it expands its musical offerings into new territory, both secular and sacred. Led by Artistic Director Noah Palmer, the series will include instrumental chamber music, sacred choral music, musical services, community singing, and performances by some of the region’s leading soloists. The seasons’ inaugural concert is on Sunday, October 16th, 3:00pm at Trinity Church, 88 Walker St. in Lenox.

The concert will feature a unique combination of choral and chamber music performed by the Cantilena Chamber Choir and the trio of Music for the Dance, a program that includes the Monteverdi ballet Tirsi e Clori, Brahms Zigeunerlieder (Gypsy songs), Afro-Cuban cadences and choral arrangements of popular favorites from the movies and theater such as Singing in the Rain and more. Chamber music portions of the concert include dance music by Elizondo, De Falla, and the jazzy Piazzolla Fall from the Four Seasons for piano trio.

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Pianist and conductor Noah Palmer is one of the Capital Region’s most in-demand collaborators. Noah was most recently appointed Artistic Director of Music at Trinity Lenox, a new concert series featuring chamber music, sacred vocal music, and more. He is the Assistant Director and Accompanist for Albany Pro Musica and the Assistant Conductor of Concerts in the Village, in Kinderhook, NY. In 2018.

Jamecyn Morey is an active solo, chamber and orchestral violinist. Ms. Morey has appeared as a soloist with orchestra at Lincoln Center as part of their Distinguished Concerts International New York series. Ms. Morey serves in the violin section of the Albany Symphony and is on the violin faculty at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is the Director for the Academy for Strings, a pre-college music program in the Capital Region.

American-German cellist Julian Müller performs frequently as soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player in the United States and Europe. Hailed as “...haunting and mesmerizing...” by the USA Today, Julian appeared as soloist with the Louisville Orchestra and has been presented on NPR Live in collaboration with pianist, Sergei Babayan, performing works of Schubert and Schumann.

The Cantilena Chamber Choir, now in its 19th season, is comprised of 24 dedicated singers of the highest caliber who possess vocal training, excellent sight-reading skills and considerable choral experience. Its accolades include a multi-year Cultural Portfolio grant award from the Massachusetts Cultural Council for its annual Martin Luther King program and two Choral Arts New England Alfred Nash Patterson awards for innovative programming. The Choir is under the direction of Andrea Goodman whose appearances have included the Aspen Music Festival in Colorado, the Fribourg Festival de Musique Sacree in Fribourg, Switzerland, and the Singing World Festival and Festival of White Nights in St. Petersburg, Russia.