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The Hopewell Valley Stampede was the kickoff initiative of the the Hopewell Valley Arts Council. Each ox was embellished and painted by an area artist to celebrate the agricultural culture and historical significance of the Hopewell Valley. Hopewell Valley businesses are important supporters of the chorus. Our members solicit only those businesses that we patronize, … More Please help support our local business donors
The Hopewell Valley Chorus’s holiday concert, The Marvel of This Night, will feature A Ceremony of Carols, Benjamin Britten’s beloved setting of medieval carols, accompanied by award-winning Princeton harpist Elaine Christy. Also on the program are Eric Whitacre’s spirited and tender Five Hebrew Love Songs,” accompanied by violinist Chris McEwan; Carl Schalk’s “Before the Marvel … More Hopewell Valley Chorus’s Holiday Concert Features Britten’s “Ceremony of Carols”
Our fall program includes Benjamin Britten’s Ceremony of Carols and Five Hebrew Love Songs, by Eric Whitacre, to be performed the holiday concert, December 13, at St. James Church in Pennington, NJ. The holiday concert will take place on Friday December 13 at St. James Church with dress rehearsal on December 11, 7 to … More Chorus Launches Its 60th Season with Open Rehearsals, September 9 and 16
In our third trip to Carnegie Hall, 30 Hopewell Valley Chorus singers joined the 100-member Masterwork Festival Chorus to perform Robert Schumann’s Requiem, Opus 148, described by one writer as elegiac, elegant, and otherworldly. Singing at Carnegie Hall never gets old, but this year’s concert, on June 17, topped the previous two, because we performed … More Hopewell Valley Chorus Returns to Carnegie Hall to Sing the Schumann Requiem
This spring we celebrated Italian composers of three musical genres. Late Renaissance and Early Baroque were heard through Monteverdi’s charming and spirited Cantate Domino. Vivaldi took through the heart of the Baroque era with his powerful, beautiful, feverish, and at times solemn Gloria. The Romantic genre was represented by the passion, fire, fury, subtlety, and gentleness … More Viva l’Italia! May 10 Concert Showcased Choral Drama of Rossini, Verdi, Vivaldi, and Monteverdi
The Hopewell Valley Chorus will present “Resounding Joy,” its 59th annual winter concert on December 14, at 7:30pm. Spanning centuries, continents, and musical traditions, the program offers both joy and serenity to celebrate the holiday season. The Hopewell Valley Arts Council will display works by local artists, painted on palettes sliced from the area’s fallen … More Holiday Concert Will Include Local Art Show