1. Trio Triumvirum : Quam pulchra es (Dunstaple)

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    New York-based vocal ensemble Trio Triumvirum sings an beautiful and serene "Quam pulchra es", by English composer John Dunstaple (c.1390–1453). Please visit our website, myspace.com/​triotriumvirum for more audio and info.

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    • Worship Service from September 12, 2010 - Love the Way that Jesus Loves

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      Recorded September 12, 2010, message 5 of 7 from the series "The Seven Hardest Things You Will Ever Do" by Dr. Steve Horn, Pastor

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      • Thomas Circle Singers at THEARC (Part 2), Washington DC, 5-16-2010

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        The Thomas Circle Singers at THEARC: "American Voices" (Part 2) In Performance May 16, 2010, THEARC - Town Hall Education, Arts and Recreation Campus, Washington DC. Directed by James Kreger, in his 22nd season as TCS Artistic Director thearc.org Officially opened in October 2005, The Town Hall Education, Arts & Recreation Campus (THEARC) is a $27 million, 110,000 square-foot world-class education arts & recreation campus located east of the Anacostia River in Washington, DC’s Ward 8. THEARC was built by Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR), a nonprofit organization (founded by William C. Smith & Co.) formed to develop, construct and manage THEARC. Funding for building THEARC ($27 million) came entirely from charitable contributions by the Federal and District government, corporations, foundations and individuals. THEARC is a key part of a revitalization of the area known as East of the (Anacostia) River in Washington, DC. About The Thomas Circle Singers [We are on facebook and at thomascirclesingers.org] The Thomas Circle Singers is a chamber choral ensemble with a dual mission: to perform diverse choral works for the enjoyment of audiences in the Washington DC area and to raise awareness and funds for organizations that address the pressing needs of the city’s underserved citizens. Since 1976, TCS has filled this unique niche, enriching the quality of life for Washington-area residents by offering superb performances of choral classics and new works by living composers, while contributing to the life of the community by donating concert proceeds to DC-based social service organizations. The chorus has been hailed by The Washington Post for it’s “glowing performance,” noting “Artistic Director James Kreger has his 32-person ensemble singing weightlessly and with agility...” TCS presents acclaimed performances of diverse choral literature, spanning the Renaissance to contemporary repertoires. Recent concert seasons have included Gerald Finzi’s In Terra Pax, Irving Fine’s “The Choral New Yorker,” Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem, and the North American premier of Bob Chilcott’s “Canticles of Light,” and the world premier of Daniel Gawthrop’s “The Bond of Charity,” commissioned by TCS to celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary season. Other recent commissions included the world premieres of Robert Convery’s “Glory to the Child,” and “A Heart in Hiding (The Passionate Love Poems of Emily Dickenson)” by award-winning composer Gwyneth Walker. For over three decades, TCS concerts have raised funds and awareness for organizations serving the homeless and hungry, children, seniors and families at risk, the sick, and victims of violence in Washington, DC. The organization donates concert ticket proceeds to nonprofit organizations every year, TCS has raised $100,000 for causes in the last six years. Recent concert beneficiaries include Life Pieces to Masterpieces, WVSA arts connection, Green Door, Transitional Housing Corporation, Community Family Life Services, For Love of Children, Pediatric AIDS/HIV Care, and many more. Founded in 1976 with the support of Luther Place Memorial Church, TCS remains an independent chamber chorus, making its home at National City Christian Church on Thomas Circle. Today, as always the group’s music reaches beyond the concert hall to touch the lives of those in need. In recognition of its numerous achievements and staying “in tune” with the community, TCS was named Washingtonian of the Year 2000 by Washingtonian Magazine, and artistic director James Kreger was honored with WETA-FM’s Hometown Hero award. Thomas Circle Singers is a member of Chorus America, the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).

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        • Thomas Circle Singers at THEARC (Part 1), Washington DC, 5-16-2010

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          The Thomas Circle Singers at THEARC: "American Voices" (pt. 1) In Performance May 16, 2010, THEARC - Town Hall Education, Arts and Recreation Campus, Washington DC. Directed by James Kreger, in his 22nd season as TCS Artistic Director www.thearc.org Officially opened in October 2005, The Town Hall Education, Arts & Recreation Campus (THEARC) is a $27 million, 110,000 square-foot world-class education arts & recreation campus located east of the Anacostia River in Washington, DC’s Ward 8. THEARC was built by Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR), a nonprofit organization (founded by William C. Smith & Co.) formed to develop, construct and manage THEARC. Funding for building THEARC ($27 million) came entirely from charitable contributions by the Federal and District government, corporations, foundations and individuals. THEARC is a key part of a revitalization of the area known as East of the (Anacostia) River in Washington, DC. About The Thomas Circle Singers [We are on facebook and at thomascirclesingers.org] The Thomas Circle Singers is a chamber choral ensemble with a dual mission: to perform diverse choral works for the enjoyment of audiences in the Washington DC area and to raise awareness and funds for organizations that address the pressing needs of the city’s underserved citizens. Since 1976, TCS has filled this unique niche, enriching the quality of life for Washington-area residents by offering superb performances of choral classics and new works by living composers, while contributing to the life of the community by donating concert proceeds to DC-based social service organizations. The chorus has been hailed by The Washington Post for it’s “glowing performance,” noting “Artistic Director James Kreger has his 32-person ensemble singing weightlessly and with agility...” TCS presents acclaimed performances of diverse choral literature, spanning the Renaissance to contemporary repertoires. Recent concert seasons have included Gerald Finzi’s In Terra Pax, Irving Fine’s “The Choral New Yorker,” Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem, and the North American premier of Bob Chilcott’s “Canticles of Light,” and the world premier of Daniel Gawthrop’s “The Bond of Charity,” commissioned by TCS to celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary season. Other recent commissions included the world premieres of Robert Convery’s “Glory to the Child,” and “A Heart in Hiding (The Passionate Love Poems of Emily Dickenson)” by award-winning composer Gwyneth Walker. For over three decades, TCS concerts have raised funds and awareness for organizations serving the homeless and hungry, children, seniors and families at risk, the sick, and victims of violence in Washington, DC. The organization donates concert ticket proceeds to nonprofit organizations every year, TCS has raised $100,000 for causes in the last six years. Recent concert beneficiaries include Life Pieces to Masterpieces, WVSA arts connection, Green Door, Transitional Housing Corporation, Community Family Life Services, For Love of Children, Pediatric AIDS/HIV Care, and many more. Founded in 1976 with the support of Luther Place Memorial Church, TCS remains an independent chamber chorus, making its home at National City Christian Church on Thomas Circle. Today, as always the group’s music reaches beyond the concert hall to touch the lives of those in need. In recognition of its numerous achievements and staying “in tune” with the community, TCS was named Washingtonian of the Year 2000 by Washingtonian Magazine, and artistic director James Kreger was honored with WETA-FM’s Hometown Hero award. Thomas Circle Singers is a member of Chorus America, the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).

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          • Chorale attitude (Théatre du Jorat)

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            UN SPECTACLE ENTIÈREMENT CONSACRÉ AUX COULEURS VIVES ET CONTRASTÉES DE L'ART CHORAL ROMAN ! Direction artistique: Dominique Tille. Mise en scène : Thierry Romanens. Musique : Callirhoé, Choeur des Jeunes, Choeur de la Cité. Collaboration musicale : Jean Duperrex, Barbara Klossner, yodeleuse, Anne Montandon, soliste.

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            • Kilkenny Arts Festival Choir

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              Promo piece produced and edited by Event Media for the 2010 Kilkenny Arts Festival.

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              • Worship Service from September 5, 2010 -Be Patient While Praying

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                Recorded September 5, 2010, message 4 of 7 from the series " The Seven Hardest Things You Will Ever Do" by Dr. Steve Horn, Pastor

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                • Octarium - MCC Backstage Pass - The Wexford Carol - arr. Rutter

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                  Join MCC's backstage pass as they follow Octarium through their 2009 holiday concert.

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                  • Octarium -MCC Backstage Pass - The First Noel

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                    Join MCC's backstage pass as they follow Octarium through their 2009 holiday concert.

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                    • Star Wars (John Williams is the Man) performed by Octarium

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                      Octarium's version of "Star Wars - John Williams is the Man", arranged by Moosebutter.

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