Dona nobis pacem
Music of Bach and more
Marguerite L. Brooks, conductor
Performed in Battell Chapel
At the corner of College and Elm
The Yale Camerata will present its annual Advent concert with orchestra on Saturday, December 1 at 8 pm at Battell Chapel in New Haven. The concert, which is free and open to the public, will have as its centerpiece works by J.S. Bach: the Christmas Oratorio, Dona nobis pacem from theMass in B-minor, and the second Brandenburg Concerto. Also on the program are works by Herb Bielawa, Tim Olson, Tarik O’Regan, Yale students and alumni Dominick DiOrio, Joseph Gregorio, and Caroline Mallonee, as well as Fanfares: Prophecy by Daniel Pinkham, the Boston-based composer who died last year. The concert will conclude, in its annual tradition, with the Willcocks arrangement of Goss’s See, amid the Winter’s Snow, with the Camerata joined by the audience.
Vocal soloists include members of the Yale Voxtet led by James Taylor, and the soprano Julia Blue Raspe. Instrumental soloists are Martin Jean, Stephen Rapp, Daniel Beck, Olav van Hezewijk, Lisa Rautenberg, and her father John Rautenberg.