"Mozart Mealor Martin: Music of Joy and Sorrow" Choral Concert Presented by DCINY on February 15 at 7 p.m.

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

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Mozart Mealor Martin: Music of Joy and Sorrow

It takes a lot of human voices to capture the extremes of the human experience. Luckily, DCINY has no shortage of them, drawing talented singers from the American International School Choirs of Vienna, the Reno Philharmonic Chorus, NYC’s Stuyvesant High School Concert Choir, and the UK’s Cheshire Fire & Rescue Choir.

This veritable armada of singers will sail through an emotionally stirring program of favorites and world premieres—and at the helm are three different conductors. Dr. James Jordan oversees the debut of new works from Welsh composer Paul Mealor, Joseph Martin conducts a program of his own works, and maestro Vance George closes the evening with a choral classic: Mozart’s Requiem.

  • Paul Mealor—Stabat Mater: Grammophone hails this stylish melodic choral piece as “movingly serene and beautiful,” while dubbing its Welsh composer “one of the new generations of composers who have eschewed ugly, unresolved dissonance in favour of melody and listener-communication”
  • Paul Mealor—Jubiliate Deo: Making its world premiere, this new choral work is highlighted by a stanza from Welsh poet Dr. Grahame Davies, who also happens to be the Private Secretary to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
  • Joseph Martin—Selected Works: This composer, pianist, and Director of Sacred Publications at Shawnee Press returns to Carnegie Hall with highlights from his repertoire, which might include selections for young choruses such as Heartsongs and Song of Wisdom
  • Mozart—Requiem: Sweeping and mournful as it builds into a chorus of voices, this stirring piece was Mozart’s last—and it’s kept critics and audiences listening closely for centuries, trying to discern whether and which elements have been added by different hands after his death.

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About Distinguished Concerts International New York


An artist, Distinguished Concerts International New York's website shares, is "an individual who continually seeks to improve, to grow, and aspires to perform at a higher level." The people behind this definition are DCINY co-founders Iris Derke and Jonathan Griffith, and it's a definition their musicians fulfill. To do so, they collaborate and express themselves while both performing famed Mozart compositions and leading educational events.

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