Two Concerts of Moravian Music

music_note2The Three (Moravian) Tenors: This concert, on Sunday afternoon, June 8, at 4:00 p.m. at Home Moravian Church, features three Moravian tenors performing Moravian music and some of their own personal favorite arias. Glenn Siebert (Director of Music at Home Moravian; instructor in voice at the UNC School of the Arts); Jonathan Sidden (Director of Music at Trinity Moravian; Metropolitan Opera regional finalist; choral director at Parkland High School); and David Tayloe (member of Rural Hall Moravian, completing his doctorate in vocal performance at the Eastman School of Music), will be accompanied by Susan Keck Foster. Come hear these three beautiful men’s voices in solos, duets, and trios!

The Psalm of Joy: This afternoon concert features the Moramus Chorale and orchestra, presenting the Psalm of Joy, the music compiled by J.F. Peter for the first celebration of American independence day, July 4, 1783. The music will be heard within its original context of a lovefeast service of thanksgiving, on Friday, July 4, at 2:00 p.m., at Home Moravian Church. Hear the music used to express Moravian thanksgiving for the end of the American Revolutionary War and the return of times of peace for Salem.

Both concerts are free and open to the public.

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