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Concert Chorus member Aidan Stanton-Brand performed the treble soloist role in Bernstein's Chichester Psalms on Christopher Bell's debut concert as the new Artistic Director of The Washington Chorus last Wednesday evening at The Kennedy Center. An event described as imbued with "new edge and urgency," with "richness ... of concept and of the chorus's tone", Aidan performed admirably.
Read the full reviews:
"Bell opens new Washington Chorus era with white-knuckle Walton", Washington Classical Review
"Christopher Bell strikes soundly in his first D.C. outing", The Washington Post
Members of the BEL CANTO CHORUS gave a performance of seven songs for the residents of Ingleside at Rock Creek on Sunday, October 29, 2017. The Ingleside Singers joined the ensemble under the direction of Judy Dodge for a finale of "Go Now In Peace". Thanks to Louise Winfield, the staff of Ingleside, and all the residents who came out to hear the performance.
Members of the Chamber Ensemble performed for ministers of finance and other attendees of the IMF Annual Meetings at a midday break between sessions on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Managing Director Christine Lagarde even stopped to listen to some of the nine-song set, parting with her compliments: "Beautiful singing!".