Tom Dooling

Classical Spotlight
3:45 pm
Thu March 21, 2013

Handel's 'Messiah' To Be Featured At First Presbyterian

The final page of Handel's "Messiah"
Courtesy of the British Library

Tom Dooling leads Parts 2 & 3 of Handel's masterpiece  

Handel's Messiah Parts II and III are the program this Sunday for the Sanctuary Choir of First Presbyterian Church, accompanied by a baroque ensemble playing on period instruments. Tom Dooling conducts the free concert that starts at 4 p.m.

"Messiah was popular in its day, and throughout history a real staple," says Dooling. "It is probably one of the most, if not THE most recognizable choral/orchestral works in the repertoire."

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Classical Spotlight
11:26 am
Tue March 5, 2013

Connecting Worlds And Culture With Choral Music

mwangazachoir.org

Wednesday night there is a chance to hear choral music with a twist. Mwangaza Children's Choir is a group of Ugandan children (ages 8-12) who represent the orphaned and poor youth of their country.

Mwangaza means "shining light" in Swahili. The majority of their concerts are performed in English, but some parts are in their native language.

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Classical Spotlight
2:00 pm
Tue December 11, 2012

Final Installment Of Midday Noels Features First Presbyterian Choir Chamber Singers

Conductor Tom Dooling.
First Presbyterian Church

Tom Dooling leads classical and traditional favorites

Join First Presbyterian Church in the sanctuary for their last mini-concert of the annual "Midday Noel," called Singing the Season. The First Presbyterian Choir Chamber Singers will present a concert of Christmas music from around the world. 

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Classical Spotlight
10:22 am
Thu November 29, 2012

Organ, Celtic, And Choral Noels From First Presbyterian Church Throughout December

Conductor Tom Dooling
First Presbyterian Church

Concert series begins Thursday December 6th at 12:00 p.m.

For over 30 years, First Presbyterian Church has offered lunchtime concerts downtown, and on three consecutive Thursdays this year, their tradition continues.

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