Martin Theatre
Monday, August 2, 2010
4:30 PM
Donor Gates Open
5:00 PM
Public Gates Open
8:00 PM
Concert Starts
Reserved $50-$30
Lawn $10
Ticket & dining package $70


If you’ve ever heard a performance by the group The New Yorker crowned “the world’s reigning male chorus,” we don’t need to say anything. If you haven’t, an evening spent with this ethereal a cappella chorus in the intimate surroundings of the Martin Theatre will make you understand why the New York Times raved, “These men are phenomenal: as fresh as a blade of grass, tightly focused and keenly expressive.” From medieval chant to folk music to 21st-century commissions, Chanticleer’s “orchestra of voices” will lift you to the heavens on a cushion of harmony.

Gibbons:            Hosanna to the Son of David
Calvisius:           Unser Leben währet siebzig Jahr
Plainchant:         Veni sponsa Christi
Daniel-Lesur:     “Épithalame” from Le cantique des cantiques
Anonymous:       Agincourt Carol
Dufay:               Constantinopolitanae
Janequin:           La Guerre
Ligeti:                Éjszaka (“Night”)
                         Reggel (“Morning”)
Yi:                     Spring Dreams
Sametz:             In Time Of
Bates:                Stelle, vostra mercè l’eccelse sfere
                         Sirinu nuqa rikuni a

McGlynn:           Dei
Various:             Folk songs and spirituals