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Heritage Chorale Fall Concert- Leonard Bernstein: A Centennial Celebration
Heritage Chorale Fall Concert- Leonard Bernstein: A Centennial Celebration. Bernstein’s masterpieces illuminate the genius of this remarkable musician, composer, and educator. Witness their drama and beauty on November 18 in Southborough as the Heritage Chorale presents selections from his extraordinary Mass, his landmark Broadway musical West Side Story, music from two from lesser known works – "My House" from a 1950 adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan and "Take Care of This House" from the 1976 Bernstein and Lerner Broadway musical 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – and “Make Our Garden Grow” from his well-known operetta Candide. Tickets and info now available at heritagechorale.org.Bernstein wrote Mass at the request of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis for the September 1971 inauguration of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Though Jewish by birth, he chose the Roman Catholic Mass for the context of this 110 minute musical event, transforming a 400-year rite “into a tense, dramatic dialog with music and lyrics of the 20th century vernacular, using this dialectic to explore the crisis in faith and cultural breakdown of the post-Kennedy era.” Realizing that help was needed to meet his deadline for this ambitious undertaking, Bernstein recruited lyricist and composer, Stephen Schwartz (Godspell and Pippin) to help with the lyrics. Their joint vision was for a fully staged, dramatic pageant. In its Centennial Celebration program, the Chorale will present Doreen Rao’s 40 minute adaptation of Mass for soloists and chorus.The November concert will also feature a 20-minute Choral Suite of West Side Story, including “Something's Coming”, “Tonight”, “Maria”, “One Hand, One Heart”, “I Feel Pretty”, “Cool”, “America”, and “Somewhere.” This impressive list of unforgettable songs is only part of the reason that West Side Story has made such a lasting impression. Musical theater audiences not only bonded with its music, but also with its consideration of the power of love to overcome class and racial prejudice. The stage production — a collaboration among Bernstein, Jerome Robbins (conception and choreography), Arthur Laurents (book), and Stephen Sondheim (lyrics) — opened at the National Theater, Washington D.C. on August 12, 1957. Its Broadway opening was on September 26, 1957 at the Winter Garden Theatre. The film, West Side Story, earned ten Oscars and the Academy Award for Best Picture of 1961. The Heritage Chorale, conducted by renowned Boston-area music director John Finney, is a nonprofit organization of accomplished singers dedicated to performing high quality choral music. We are committed to standards of excellence in our rehearsals and performances, and seek to inspire in ourselves and our Metrowest audience a greater love of music and community.

When: Nov 18, 2018 4pm to Nov 18, 2018 7pm in Southborough, MA
Cost: $5.00-$25.00

Leonard Bernstein: A Centennial Celebration

Bernsteins masterpieces illuminate the genius of this remarkable musician, composer, and educator. Witness their drama and beauty on November 18th in Southborough as the Heritage Chorale presents selections from his extraordinary Mass, his landmark Broadway musical West Side Story, music from the little known 1950 adaptation of J.M. Barries Peter Pan ("Take Care of This House"/"My House), and Make Our Garden Grow from his well-known operetta Candide. More info now available at heritagechorale.org. Ticket prices are now available with advance purchase discount (each $5 less than at-door price).

When: Nov 18, 2018 4pm to Nov 18, 2018 6:30PMin Southborough, MA
Cost: 5 - 20 USD

YIP Southborough Family Orientation

The Foundation for MetroWest invites you and your student to join us at the Southborough Youth in Philanthropy Family Orientation! This event will follow your students' YIP meeting and will share informaiton about Youth in Philanthropy, program impact, and the importance of philanthropy in the MetroWest region.  We kindly ask that you RSVP to guarantee enough space for everyone. If you are unfortunately unable to make the orientation, but have questions or would like to speak to someone about the program, please do not hesitate to contact Julie Williams, Program Officer, at 508-647-2260 or jwilliams@foundationformetrowest.org.

When: Dec 6, 2018 3:30PM in Southborough, MA

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About Southborough, MA
The Town of Southborough Massachusetts was founded in 1727 and is located in Worcester County about 25 miles west of Boston.

Adding to the rural charm of Southborough are numerous winding scenic roads often shared with bikers, hikers and horses.

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