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Cailin Marcel Manson
Music at Trinity: Cailin Marcel Manson sings Bach Cantata No. 82
Baritone Cailin Marcel Manson sings Johann Sebastian Bach's Cantata No. 82, "Ich habe genug" with Cantor Mark Mummert, organ accompaniment. The cantata is performed on February 2, 2021 on the festival of the Presentation of Our Lord, the occasion for which the cantata was composed. Music at Trinity is a ministry of Trinity Lutheran Church, Worcester, MA.
Clark University Chamber Chorus presents “Loss, Consolation and Hope,” November 12th, 2021
The Clark University Chamber Chorus, under the direction of Cailin Marcel Manson, will be joined by New England Repertory Orchestra to perform a concert that includes Henry Purcell’s Funeral Music for Queen Mary, Joseph Boulogne’s Overture to L’Amant Anonyme, and Felix Mendelssohn’s Psalm 42. This event is supported by The Traina Fund for Music. Clark University Chamber Chorus Soprano Lucy Fleming ‘23 Zoe Marinakos ‘24 Sarah Nicholson ‘22 Em Schweizer ‘25 Grace Soares ‘25 Alto Zoe Armstrong ‘23 Chloe Carleton ‘23 Cecilia Cortes ‘24 Meg Gohn ‘24 Eli Humphrey ‘24 Madison Richards ‘22 Samantha Rubin ‘21 Tenor Joel Arteaga ‘22 Lawson Dunford ‘23 Will Urquhart ‘23 Jay Verchin ‘21 Bass Jonathan Hoff ‘22 Graham Pelligra ‘23 Channing Webber ‘25 New England Repertory Orchestra Cailin Marcel Manson, Artistic Director First Violin Cody Bigenho, concertmaster Joe Jewett Sarah Briggs Second Violin Carol Hutter, principal Susan Kirchhausen Elijah Wilson Viola Susanna Bonta, co-principal Ken Allen, co-principal Anton Boutkov Violoncello Julie Carew, principal Monroe Randall Bass James MacDonald, principal Jack Corcoran Flute Tina Brounsuzian, principal Maria Scotera Oboe Joel Roches, principal Kirsten LipkensClarinet Hannah Berube, principal Juan Tovar Vargas Bassoon Rebecca Eldredge, principal Vincent LaMonica Horn Jean Jeffries, principal Christine Mortensen Trumpet Daniel Farina Timpani Rocio Mora
Clark University Chorus & Clark University Jazz Workshop perform Duke Ellington's Sacred Concert
Featured Soloist: Patrick Dailey, countertenor Set List: Praise God and Dance Heaven Freedom Suite To be contended – Freedom – Word You Heard – Sweet, fat and that – To be contended The Shepherd The Majesty of God Come Sunday David Danced Almighty God Is God A Three-Letter Word For Love? Praise God and Dance Clark University Chorus Soprano: Gwen Arbetman, Lydia Barnes, Sarah Campbell, Lucy Fleming, Brooke Fullerton, Alyssa Hopper, Hanna Lavenson, Zoe Marinakos, Sarah Nicholson, Jamie Quinn, Em Schweizer, Grace Soares, Zoe Yearout Alto: Zoe Armstrong, Chloe Carleton, Cecilia Cortes, Shannon Dean, Katie Donovan, Megan Gohn, Samantha Hanam, Eli Humphrey, Claire Jenkins, Shea Kushnir, Ace Larrabee, Rachel Nadai, Charlotte Nickason, Ashley (Nhi) Nguyen, Kendall (Nghi) Nguyen, Alix Petz, Madison Richards, Aine Sheehan Tenor: Lawson Dunford, Marz Glennon, Ryan Hovey, Adlai Nelson, Cameron Smith, Jay Verchin Bass: Giorgo Caripidis Soto, Aidan Carter, Joshua Girouard, Jonathan Hoff, Daniel Kelly, Graham Pelligra, Channing Webber Clark University Jazz Workshop Flute: Jill Cass Clarinet: Amira Aderibigbe, Ruby Krasnow Alto Saxophone: Kylee Rutkiewicz, Emily Watzl Tenor Saxophone: Zach Baranowski, Jon Hayes, Sarah Plutnicki Baritone Saxophone: Cody Lagasse Trumpet: Aidan Griffith, Ashleigh Hughes, Will Talbot Trombone: Adlai Nelson, Ben Sawyer Guitar: Will Verde Bass: Oliver Gorman, acoustic Monica Sager, electric Keyboards: Mahdi Boulila Thomas Mueller Percussion: Paul Davis, drums and percussion Nikki Emery, drums Ian Hirons, vibraphone Music Director and Conductor: Cailin Marcel Manson Jazz Band Director: Jerry Sabatini Collaborative Pianist: Pianist Yelena Beriyeva Guest Artist: Patrick Dailey Patrick Dailey has been described as possessing “a powerful and elegant countertenor voice” (Los Angeles Daily News) and a “VOCAL STANDOUT” (Boston Classical Review). His artistry was identified early through the national NAACP ACT-SO Competition (2005 and 2006), the NFAA ARTS, and Grady-Rayam Prize In Sacred Music of the Negro Spiritual Scholarship Foundation. Dailey made his professional operatic debut with Opera Saratoga as the first countertenor member of the company's Young Artist program and was the first countertenor invited to Opera New Jersey's Victoria J. Mastrobuono Emerging Artist program. Operatic repertoire includes Oberon in Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Nerone in Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea, and Belize in Eötvös' Angels in America. He performs regularly with Harlem Opera Theater, ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, and has appeared with the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra (NC), Soulful Symphony, Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra, and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. On January 19, 2009, Mr. Dailey sang a featured duet with Aretha Franklin as the finale for the annual Let Freedom Ring Celebration at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Additionally, he has been a featured artist with Cook, Dixon, and Young (formally Three Mo’ Tenors) since 2012. Mr. Dailey is a 2012 graduate of Morgan State University and received his master of music from Boston University. He currently serves on the voice faculty of Tennessee State University where he established the Big Blue Opera Initiatives (BBOI) and the annual Harry T. Burleigh Spiritual Festival. Additionally, he is the founding artistic director of the W. Crimm Singers (aka Wakanda Chorale), professional ensemble in residence of BBOI. He is a co-founding member of historically informed crossover ensemble, Early Music City. Mr. Dailey serves on the boards of ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, the International Society of Black Musicians, the International Florence Price Festival, and the Artistic Planning Committee of the Nashville Symphony. He also serves as community project curator with Intersection Contemporary Music Ensemble and arts and culture coordinator of the NAACP-Nashville Branch. A passionate advocate for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, he is a consultant on HBCU initiatives with Opera America, Early Music America, and New Music USA and is an artist ambassador of the Music Inclusion Coalition. He is on the faculty of the Narnia Festival of Narni, Italy leading a program on African American Concert and Sacred Music, and is the program director of the Nashville Opera- Big Blue HBCU Fellowship, an HBCU initiative of the the company in partnership with TSU. Most recently, Dailey was named to the 2020 class of the Nashville Black 40 Under 40 and he was recognized for Outstanding Service from the Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts of Washington, DC earlier this summer.
Genius Children: Honoring the Music of Black Composers, Part V (April 10th, 2021, Clark University)
This beautiful concert previously aired on Saturday, April 10th, 2021 at 7:30pm as part of Clark University's Visual & Performing Arts Department's "Genius Children: Honoring the Music of Black Composers" concert series. We are so fortunate to present you with a recording of this concert, featuring two talented members of the Music Program faculty: Cailin Marcel Manson, baritone, and Yelena Beriyeva, piano. The program features music from Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Robert Owens, and Henry Thacker Burleigh with poetry by Christina Rossetti, Langston Hughes, and Fred G. Bowles. For the full program with artist biographies and texts, please visit: https://www.clarku.edu/departments/visual-and-performing-arts/event/genius-children-honoring-the-music-of-black-composers-part-2-connections-and-reflections-ii/
Tristan und Isolde Act 3
TUNDI PRODUCTIONS Wagner in Vermont Festival 2019 www.wagnerinvermont.org please help us continue our work! Donate at https://tundiproductions.org Hugh Keelan, Conductor Stanley Wilson, Der Hirt Cailin Marcel Manson, Kurwenal Alan Schneider, Tristan Jenna Rae, Isolde Roseanne Ackerley, Brangäne Charles Martin, Marke James Anderson, Melot Dennis Ryan, Der Steuermann TUNDI Festival Orchestra TUNDI Festival Chorus Videography by Angus Reid – Q Filmworks
Verdi Requiem 2018
On May 20 The Putney School Madrigals and an expanded Putney Community Orchestra joined the Germantown Concert Chorus (from Philadelphia, PA), the Bennington County Choral Society (VT), and the Keene Chorale (NH) in a special concert project to mark the 15th anniversary of Putney's Director of Music, Cailin Marcel Manson, as a professional choral-orchestral conductor.
And They Lynched Him On A Tree
(William Grant Still)
Documentary by Christopher Irion
Germantown Concert Chorus
Putney School Madrigals
Putney Community Orchestra
Elmeria Buckhalter, mezzo
Gordon Jones, narrator
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