The Choral Project (Daniel Hughes, director) the Silicon Valley-based choir is pleased to announce its joining of the worldwide centennial celebration of Leonard Bernstein with their concert, Art of Sound: Bernstein at 100.
Featuring Bernstein's famous Chichester Psalms, with organ, harp and percussion. World renowned musicians-organist Angele Kraft Cross and harpist Dan Levitan---join boy soprano Nick McKee (Ragazzi Boys Chorus) in a musical program that features some of Bernstein's best music, from the concert hall to the musical theatre stage. In addition to Bernstein's thrilling Chichester Psalms, repertoire includes choral music from Lillian Hellman's play The Lark, a sublime arrangement of "Somewhere" from West Side Story, and several solo/chorus selections from Candide.
The Choral Project's Founder, Artistic Director & Conductor Daniel Hughes, says "We are thrilled to be a part of the centennial celebration of Leonard Bernstein. Art of Sound: Bernstein at 100 pays homage to Mr. Bernstein and his many contributors as a composer, conductor, musician, cultural ambassador, and humanitarian.
The Choral Project is an award-winning ensemble that has preformed throughout the world in concert performances, receiving rave reviews and standing ovations. For more information visit www.choralproject.org