Rush Henrietta High School Singers

April 13, 2012 – Rush-Henrietta Singers concert in Notre Dame de Bon Secours

Rush-Henrietta Singers
Christine Sargent, director
Friday, April 13, 2012
8:00pm
Notre Dame de Bon Secours
400 Saint Paul Street East
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1H4 (map)

FREE ADMISSION

Program scheduled to include…
Consecrate the Place and Day — Lloyd Pfautsch
Sing Joyfully — William Byrd
Great Day — Joseph Martin
A Jubilant Song — Rene Clausen
My Soul’s Been Anchored in the Lord — arr. Moses Hogan
Fields of Gold — arr. Greg Jasperse
Dubula — arr. Stephen Hatfield
…and much more

About the artists…

The Rush-Henrietta Singers performed as the featured choir in the National Youth Choral Festival at Carnegie Hall. This auditioned group of 10-12 grade students has performed in St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, San Marco Cathedral in Venice, Il Duomo in Milan and numerous other venues in Italy, Switzerland and Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia  In addition, the RH Singers have had the honor of premiering the oratorio, Prelude to Glory in Washington’s Constitution Hall with the National Philharmonic Orchestra. In Montréal, the RH Singers performed in Notre Dame Basilica and St. Joseph’s Oratory.  Locally, the singers have performed with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Penfield Symphony, the Rochester Oratorio Society, the Hochstein Music Educator’s Wind Ensemble, the Geneseo Chamber Singers and the Mansfield College Chamber Singers.

Christine Sargent holds a master of music education degree from the Eastman School of Music, studying with Dr. Donald Neuen, Dr. Samuel Adler and Masako Toribara.  Mrs. Sargent has been the director of the Rush-Henrietta Singers for the past 17 years. During that time she has also served as the president of the Monroe County School Music Association and was a past recipient of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra’s Outstanding Choral Music Educator Award and Henrietta Commerce Network for its Cultural Contributions to the Community Award.

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