Cappella Clausura will be premiering my new song, “The Twilight Turns,” this weekend on their highly popular “Resound” concert! Details on poster! My particular song is written for voice, two violins and violoncello and is set to the beautiful poem of the same title by James Joyce. Hope to see you at one of the performances — concert is repeated on Jan. 20th in Newton, MA — details on poster!
If you missed our September concert in Bridgewater, MA, we invite you to join us at the Weston Public Library for an entertaining afternoon in an intimate and beautiful setting! Thanks to the Friends of the Weston Library and the Weston Cultural Council, through the Massachusetts Cultural Council, who have made this event possible.
World Premiere Weekend -- Second Performance of S. Sheppard's New Choral Composition Performed by Cappella Clausura
The wonderful, Boston-based choral group, Cappella Clausura, will be giving a second performance of Suzanne Sheppard's Psalm 46:1 for SATB Chorus during the composition's world premiere weekend on January 28, 2018 at Eliot Church, Newton, MA, 4:00 pm. For more info, visit: https://www.facebook.com/CappellaClausura/
The wonderful, Boston-based choral group, Cappella Clausura, will be performing the world premiere of Suzanne Sheppard's Psalm 46:1 for SATB Chorus on January 27, 2018 at Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church, Boston, MA, 8:00 pm. For more info, visit: https://www.facebook.com/CappellaClausura/
If you missed the November 2016 "Let's Go!" with The Sheppard Sisters concert, now is your chance to come along for the ride! This concert program features songs about travel, places, means of transportation and more! A special feature will be a performance of Suzanne Sheppard's "Riding the Road" for vibraphone and piano with Slovenian vibraphonist, Vid Jamnik from the Berklee College of Music! Come along, one and all, on a musical journey with The Sheppard Sisters and guest! This concert is free and open to the public, supported by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Come along with The Sheppard Sisters on their next concert titled, Let's Go! This concert features songs about travel, places, means of transportation and more! A special feature will be the world premiere of Suzanne Sheppard's Riding the Road for vibraphone and piano with Vid Jamnik, guest vibraphonist! You won't want to miss your musical journey with The Sheppard Sisters!
Free and open to all! Reception following! Come on . . . let's go!
Presented and funded by the Max Reger Concert Series, Church on the Hill, Boston, MA.
Featuring musical and theatrical performances, including works by W.A. Mozart, Jacques Brel, Leonard Bernstein and The Beatles.
Lisa Sheppard Hadley, mezzo-soprano
Suzanne Sheppard, piano
Randy Cloutier, drums
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
59 Court Street
Free and open to all!
Supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.