19 Church Street
(former United Community Church)
The Choral Union, The Arts at Grace Chorus, Children’s Chorus, and Orchestra
Evangelist: Kirk Dougherty, tenor
Jesus: Steven Stull, baritone
Lianne Coble, soprano
Jennifer Kay, mezzo soprano
David Parks, tenor
David Neal, bass
Stephen B. Wilson, conductor
Marion Giambattista, conductor Chorus II
Ann Finamore, conductor Children's Chorus
Call 607-753-3073 for further information
Admission is free, with donations gratefully accepted at the door.
Map of some venues in Cortland, including 19 Church St.
There will be 3 soups: vegetable, corn chowder, lentil.
Bread, tossed salad,
beverages: coffee, soft drinks, tea and cookies.
Call 607-753-3073 from 9-3 M-F or email Arts.at.Grace@gmail.com for reservations or more information.
Poster (full resolution of about 2Megabytes)
Veterans of the Choral Union embrace a major musical challenge.
Press Release: Three conductors and three choirs are needed to bring about a concert...
Press Release: Summary
Press Release: March 23 & 24, Dr. William Cowdery to give talks on the St. Matthew Passion.
The Arts at Grace is a community outreach effort of Grace Episcopal Church assisted by many donors from the greater Cortland community. Major contributors for this event include the Ralph R. Wilkins Foundation, the NY State Council on the Arts Decentralization Grant Program, the Cultural Resources Council and the SUNY Cortland Department of Performing Arts.
*Graphic at top of page: Ecce Homo by Antonio Ciseri (~1880)
Link to: Cortland Music Website