Middlebury Caroling Orchestra Party
Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 2-4PM
Congregational Church Unity Hall
30 North Pleasant street
Middlebury, VT 05753
Musicians and singers of all ages are invited to sightread or sing traditional carols at the 4th Annual Middlebury Community Music Center Caroling Party! Vocal and Instrumental parts will be available for: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass Chorus, Violin, Cello, Viola, Piano, B-flat Clarinet, Oboe, Bass Clarinet, Euphonium, Flute, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, F Horn, B-flat Trumpet, Trombone, Bass, French Horn, Chord Symbols (for Guitars), Percussion, and Bells. Please bring a music stand and a a plate of cookies to share after the caroling!
Susanne Peck will conduct our ensemble! Susanne Peck’s career in music was centered in New York City and vicinity and encompasses the roles of singer, conductor and educator. An entertaining and versatile soprano, Ms. Peck has sung chamber and choral music with world-class colleagues, soloed, recorded and toured with many leading ensembles, including the Boston Early Music Festival, Mark Morris Dance Company, Orchestra of St.Luke’s, Voices of Ascension, Concert Royal Baroque Opera Company, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, Waverly Consort, The New York Collegium, and Musica Sacra. She has also sung for Disney and was part of the soundtrack for Hunchback of Notre Dame and Pocahontas. She was a member of the New York Philharmonic Chorus and sang under Leonard Bernstein, Sir Colin Davis, Eric Leinsdorf, Roger Norrington, Zubin Mehta, to name a few. Ms. Peck has soloed with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and sung with Vermont’s only professional a cappella ensemble Counterpoint under Robert De Cormier’s direction. Ms. Peck has often appeared icarolnow_skilatern recital –a favorite vehicle of performance– throughout the Northeast, at the Aspen Music Festival in Colorado and in Italy. We are very grateful that she will be leading the MCMC Christmas Caroling party for its forth year!
Contact: Middlebury Community Music Center 802-989-7538
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