Category: International Festival Chorus

Songs from the Labyrinth

A cast of voices, grand piano, multiple flutes and aerial acrobatics bring to life master composers from Renaissance to French impressionism and beyond in the hidden recesses of a converted factory at Beijing’s famous 798 Art District. Lose yourself in a sumptuous, haunting journey of melancholy and rapture. Music by Bartok, Debussy, Faure, Gesualdo, Handel, Messiaen, Ravel, Respighi, and Stravinsky.…

A Big Thanks!

A big thanks to everyone who came out to either/both my Confectionaire’s gig at VA Bar or IFC gig, The Messiah. Truly, Saturday night turned into a real evening of enjoyment, despite all the frustrations of the line 10 closing earlier in the day, and I was pleasantly surprised by how well The Messiah went. Most sincerely, I do appreciate those…

Tickets for Benjamin Britten’s Spring Symphony (October 27)

Come one, come all. I have a bargain for you! And who can withstand a bargain? Not I, said she. Not I, said he. Not we, said they in harmony! That’s what you’ll get if you come to see the International Festival Chorus perform Benjamin Britten’s Spring Symphony on October 27th at the Beijing Concert Hall; harmony. And lots of…

IFC – Coates, Mendelssohn, Britten (October 27)

Rehearsals are starting for the first big choral piece that I’ve sung in for over a year now. (Oh how I miss New York sometimes!). Here’s a little info to whet your appetite. Beijing Concert Hall 7.30pm, Saturday 27 October 2012 Don’t miss this glorious celebration of choral and symphonic masterpieces performed by IFC and our sister orchestra the Peking…

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