From the NKCC Board of Directors – We’re Singing!
The Board of NKCC is excited to announce that we are singing. We have an exciting lineup of concerts planned. Follow us here or on Facebook to stay updated on our plans.
Our next concert, Tidings of Joy, will take place over two days in December. Classic and classical seasonal favorites are grouped in this program. Many are songs you know well, while some are new to our repertoire. Please plan to attend on Saturday, December 10th at 7 pm, or Sunday, December 11th at 3 pm at Lakeside Presbyterian Church, 2690 Dixie Highway, Lakeside Park. We also welcome our guest artists for this concert, the Cincinnati Collaborative Ringing Project.
Community Choral Showcase, March 19, 2023. Christ Church Cathedral, 318 E. 4th St., Cincinnati, OH.
The May Festival Chorus is hosting a choral showcase of area ensembles who have participated in their project, 25 for 25: A New Time for Choral Music. This commissioning project is in collaboration with Luna Lab, which encourages young women to have their pieces performed and published. NKCC is working with Sage Shurman, a 17-year-old composer who lives in Los Angeles, CA. We will debut her work at this community showcase and perform it again on April 29th at our spring concert.
Worthy Is The Lamb, April 29th, 3 pm. Lakeside Presbyterian Church, 2690 Dixie Highway, Lakeside Park, KY.
Postponed from April 2020, NKCC is finally glad to present this exciting and timely concert. The repertoire includes new and old, heart-felt and challenging music from several of the finest composers writing for choral performance. You will not want to miss this wonderful afternoon of choral passion.
Alleluia from Let thy Hand be Strengthened (G. F. Handel)
Song of the Universal (Ola Gjeilo)
Selections from Christ lag in Todesbanden (J. S. Bach)
Regina coeli in C Major, K. 108 (W. A. Mozart)
Do Not Be Afraid (Philip Stopford)
Evening Prayer (Ola Gjeilo)
Worthy is the Lamb from Messiah (G. F. Handel)
We look forward to seeing you. Sincerely,
NKCC Board of Directors
Carl Schutte, president
Mary Lou Davies
Stephanie Nash, Artistic Director