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Saturday, August 19
   4:00 pm
Sage Chapel

Cornell University Chorus and Glee Club; Robert Isaacs, conductor. “Choral Showcase” features two of Cornell’s top choral ensembles and their a cappella subset groups, After Eight and the Hangovers.  Stick around afterward for a reception and information about auditions!

Wednesday, October 18
   12:30 pm
Sage Chapel

Midday Music for Organ: Michael Plagermann: French Music of the 19th and 20th Centuries.

Friday, October 27
   8:00 pm
Sage Chapel

“Music in Secret,” Schola Antiqua of Chicago: Professional early music ensemble presents a concert of medieval and early modern music by and for women in the convent, including works by Hildegard von Bingen and Sulpitia Cesis. Part of the performance features the singers reading music from projected manuscript images. The program is complemented by keyboard works also heard in convents, played by organist and guest director Naomi Gregory.  

Thursday, November 16
   8:00 pm
Sage Chapel

Organ duo recital; Anna Steppler and Sofia Östling present Reformation 500: Organ music for four hands and four feet, including Naji Hakim's Die Apostel (pieces based on Cranach's woodcuts), Kenneth Leighton's “Martyrs,” and others.

Wednesday, November 29
   12:30 pm
Sage Chapel

Midday Music for Organ: Annette Richards, Music for Advent and Christmas.

Friday, December 1
   8:00 pm
Sage Chapel

Cornell Chorale; Stephen Spinelli, conductor.

Sunday, December 3
   7:30 pm
Sage Chapel

Sage Chapel Christmas Vespers: A Lessons and Carols service sung by the Cornell University Chorus and Glee Club, interspersed with audience carols and traditional readings by members of the Cornell community, with conductor Robert Isaacs and organist Annette Richards. Note:  doors will not open until 6:45 PM.

Monday, December 4
   7:30 pm
Sage Chapel

Sage Chapel Christmas Vespers: A Lessons and Carols service sung by the Cornell University Chorus and Glee Club, interspersed with audience carols and traditional readings by members of the Cornell community, with conductor Robert Isaacs and organist Annette Richards. Note:  doors will not open until 6:45 PM. [Repeat of previous evening, but with different readers]