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Madison Area Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning December 13

Tuesday, 11 December 2012 | Rich Samuels

Madison Classical Music Calendar December 13-19 2012. Friday December 14, 12:15 pm at the First Unitarian Society, 900 University Bay Drive, Madison. Noon Musicale. Holiday Carol Sing with Linda Warren, harp and Dan Broner, organ & piano. Friday December 14, December 14 at 7 pm (repeated Saturday 12/16 at the same hour), Middleton-Cross Plains Area Performing Arts Center, Middleton High School, 2100 Bristol St. Middleton. Madison Area Concert Handbells. Contact phone: 608-620-1997 Web: www.madisonhandbells.org Friday December 14, 8 pm (repeated Saturday at 3 pm) at the First Congregational Church of Christ, 1609 University Ave., Madison. Madison Bach Musicians Baroque Holiday Concerts. Bach – Cantata BWV 122, Das Neugeborne Kindelein Schütz – Allein Gott in der Höh Lassus – Ave Regina Coelorum Vivaldi – Concerto for Strings in D major, RV 121 Corelli – Concerto Grosso in C minor, op. 6 no. 3 Handel – selections from Messiah (Every Valley (tenor), Thus saith the Lord (bass), But who may abide (countertenor), If God is for us (soprano) His yoke is easy (vocal quartet)). Call: 238-6092 Web: www.madisonbachmusicians.org Saturday December 15 at noon at Grace Episcopal Church, 116 West Washington Avenue. Matt Wilber and Carol Carlson, trombone and violin. Saturday December 15, 1 pm in the Capitol Rotunda, Capitol Square, Madison. The Madison Community Orchestra. The Madison Community Orchestra (MATC) will present their Annual Holiday Concert on the 1st Floor Capitol Rotunda Saturday December 15 at 7 pm at River Ats Center, Sauk Prairie High School, 105 Ninth Street, Prairie du Sac. Darlene Koldenhoven – Featuring the Sauk Prairie Youth Choir. What sets Darlene Koldenhoven, this beautiful, tall blond Grammy Award winner and three-time nominee, apart from the rest? I could be her worldwide 1.5 billion viewing audience on PBS as the memorable vocal soloist in “Yanni, Live at the Acropolis”. It could be her work in the war-torn jungles of Sierra Leone, West Africa where she met and coached musicians and singers whom she then took on her tour of the US and Canada. Or that fact that she is one of the few classically trained singers with a five octave range who improvises in classical and non-classical styles with both voice and piano, produces, composes, arranges, programs keyboards, and writes lyrics. Come see for yourself as Ms. Koldenhoven performs with our very own Sauk Prairie Youth Choir and performs a portion of her solo repertoire Saturday December 15 7:30 pm at First Baptist Church 518 N. Franklin Ave. , Madison The Festival Choir of Madison. “Perspectives on the Nativity” concert. …. more »

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