Delaware ChoralArts presents
“CREDO” by Margaret Bonds
Sunday, May 21, 2023 at 3:00 p.m.
With text from the poem by civil rights author W.E.B. Du Bois, “Credo” by Margaret Bonds is presented by Delaware Choral Arts with Jazmin Salaberrios and Grant Youngblood as guest soloists. Also on the program are “Songs of Peace” by Will Todd and “The Chariot Jubilee” by Robert Nathanel Dett. Here at the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew in downtown Wilmington, Delaware.
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Delaware ChoralArts is a community-based Ensemble-In-Residence at SsAM. It enriches the greater Wilmington area with excellent and inspiring performances of great choral literature. It supports a talented and dedicated membership with professional skill and leadership. It nurtures the art of choral music through scholarships, commissions and showcases. Delaware ChoralArts is known for its expressive singing, its diverse programming, and its thrilling “wall of sound.” Since 1984, it has brought a rich palate of choral music to the region.
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Wilmington Children’s Chorus
Originally formed in 2002 as joint project of the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew and Cityfest, Inc., the Wilmington Children’s Chorus has grown into an independent organization of over 500 choristers led by Kimberly Doucette, Artistic Director. WCC still maintains close ties with the parish by performing concerts frequently at SsAM and through the Daniel L. Ridout, Jr. fellowship program.
Click here to visit the website of the Wilmington Children’s Chorus.
Choir School of Delaware
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The Arts at Trinity
The Arts At Trinity (TAAT) presents several concerts throughout the year. Click here or the graphic to learn more about The Arts At Trinity.
List Your Music Concert in Wilmington, Delaware
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Pursue What You Love: A Reflection on Jazz and Christianity
When jazz pianist Rich Harney became a Christian, he was told he had to give up playing the devil’s music. He loved that music but he loved Jesus more. What was he to do? Click here to read more.
Organ Concert by Nicole Keller
You can still listen to the Sunday, April 24, 2022 organ concert by Nicole Keller. She performed works by J.S. Bach, César Franck, Florence Price, and Anne Wilson. Click here to watch the broadcast on-demand on SsAM’s YouTube channel. This event was presented by the Friends of the Katherine Esterly Organ.
Article on Town Square Delaware — Click here to read Betsy Price’s article about Nicole Keller and her development as a concert organist.