Rosa Lamoreaux presents:
Sundays at 5
Chamber Music for Hearts and Minds
at St. Columba's Episcopal Church

Season Pass for all four concerts:

October 27, 5:00 pm
Let Evening Come with OpenPageEnsemble
OpenPageEnsemble, Connecting Curiosity with Creativity, presents music of hope, love and longing featuring Olivier Messiaen's deeply moving Quartet For The End Of Time, for clarinet, violin, cello and piano: selections from The Dream of Now for voice and piano by Joelle Wallach, Lovesongs for voice, violin and piano by Donald Waxman, Lyric Trio for trumpet, cello and piano by Carson Cooman.

February 23, 5:00 pm
Luminous Spirit of Hildegard von Bingen
Rosa Lamoreaux, soprano, Amy Domngues, vielle, and Olivia Castor, harp will perform the extraordinary chants of the 12th century abbess, Hildegard von Bingen.

March 29, 5:00 pm
Spring's Joy with OpenPageEnsemble
OpenPageEnsemble, Connecting Curiosity with Creativity, presents delightful Springtime repertoire including two works of George Crumb - Early Songs for voice and piano, and his string quartet, Dark Angels. Rosa Lamoreaux and Sally McLain perform the evocative Suite for Voice and Violin of Heitor Villa-Lobos, and the ensemble performs the charming Pastoral Songs of Roger Quilter.

April 19, 5:00 pm
'Tis Nature's Voice with ArcoVoce
ArcoVoce presents the beauty of nature portrayed in music of the baroque by Handel, Purcell, Vivaldi and more. Rosa Lamoreaux, soprano, Elizabeth Field and Nina Falk, violins, Jodi Beder, cello, Steven Silverman, harpsichord.

Rosa Lamoreaux - soprano - has been hailed for her versatile musicianship, her radiant, engaging, and effortless singing, the diversity of her repertoire, and her many fine recordings. An award-winning vocalist with a busy international career, Ms. Lamoreaux is sought after for her beautifully styled readings of repertoire from Hildegard to Shostakovich.

"Charm, elegance and wit of the highest order"...
Bergstrasser Anzeiger, Bensheim, Germany

"A wonderfully rich timbre and an amazingly flexible voice ... combined with her excellent diction, technical mastery and engaging personality makes for a first-rate performer."
The Washington Post

Ms. Lamoreaux has performed numerous concerts and recitals at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Royal Albert Hall (London), Usher Hall (Edinburgh), and has been soloist with the Atlanta Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, National Philharmonic and other fine orchestras. Many of her recordings and performances have been broadcast on NPR, CBC and the BBC. Her degrees include an Associate of the Royal College of Music, London, England, and Master of Music, University of Redlands, School of Music.