2020

FEBRUARY 2, 7:30 pm - Cancelled, will be re-scheduled for Fall 2020
Washington, DC

ArcoVoce returns to St. Mark's on the Hill with a program of the Americas. Music of Previn, Ginastera, Guastavino, Villa-Lobos for flute, cello, violins, piano and voice.
Tickets at the door.


FEBRUARY 23, 5:00 pm
Washington, DC

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.

St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
America Song book favorites with Betty Bullock, piano and Jonathan Nazdin, string bass.




MARCH 10, 12:10 pm
Bethlehem, PA

Bach at Noon in Bethlehem
Bach's really cool cantata BWV 52 for solo soprano, strings, oboes and horns.
Admission free of charge

Central Moravian Church, Bethlehem PA




MARCH 29, 5:00 pm
Washington, DC

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, Black 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.

St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
America Song book favorites with Betty Bullock, piano and Jonathan Nazdin, string bass.




APRIL 19, 5:00 pm
Washington, DC

'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.

St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
America Song book favorites with Betty Bullock, piano and Jonathan Nazdin, string bass.




MAY 9 and 16, 2:30 pm
Bethlehem, PA

Bethelem Bach Festival
B Minor Mass and Cantatas
Information
Tickets - 610-866-4382 ext 115


2019

JANUARY 31, 6:00 pm
Washington, DC

Annual New Year's Eve Concert
St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
America Song book favorites with Betty Bullock, piano and Jonathan Nazdin, string bass

FEBRUARY 16, 8:00 pm
Washington, DC

Dumbarton Concert Series
Feast of Love songs joined by superb colleagues, Michael Bard, guitar and Andrew Simpson, piano
Opera arias for guitar and piano, songs of Reynaldo Hahn, John Harbison, and selections from the Great American SongBook
www.dumbartonconcerts.org/tickets

MARCH 12, 12:00 pm
Bethlehem, PA

THE 100th BACH AT NOON - Cantata 140 with chorus and orchestra (Bethlehem Bach Choir)
Central Moravian Church
Free Admission

MARCH 16, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

May the Road Rise to Meet You
Gallery Voices in Celebration of Irish Music
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with favorite traditional songs and classical settings from Ireland sung beautifully by the eight professional singers of Gallery Voices, Rosa Lamoreaux, artistic director. Part songs and solo repertoire of the great Charles Villiers Stanford as well as other Irish composers will charm you. Also included in this uplifting program are arrangements by The King’s Singers, Thomas Moore and Ralph Vaughan Williams.

Rosa Lamoreaux, soprano, Rebecca Kellerman, soprano, Barbara Hollinshead, mezzo-soprano, Roger Isaacs, countertenor, Adam Apostoli, tenor, Jason Rylander, tenor, Mark Duer, baritone, Joshua Brown, baritone, Andrew Simpson, piano.
St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
For Tickets or Admission at the door: Box office opens at 6:30 on March 16.


MARCH 23, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

ArcoVoce presents ALL BRAHMS!
Rosa will sing 5 gorgeous songs of Brahms and the ensemble will play the deeply moving F minor piano quintet
St. Mark's on the Hill, corner of A and 3rd, streets SE
Admission at the door - $35.00


APRIL 5, 7:00 pm
Durham, NC

Consort of Viols
in anthems of the early baroque with Philip Cave and Brent Wissick
Duke University Chapel,
Admission is free


MAY 4, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

The Merry Month of May
OpenPageEnsemble performs a delightful concert with texts of Chaucer and Shakespeare in settings by Copland, Stravinsky, Trimble. The instrumental works include the Facade Entertainments by William Walton on texts of Edith Sitwell. We are joined by British actors, Fiona and Garth Bardsley in this evening of music and texts to lift your spirits, with strings, flute, clarinet, trumpet, harpsichord, piano, percussion.Victoria Gau will conduct the superb players from the NSO and WNO.
St. Columba's Episcopal Church
Tickets


MAY 10-11 and 17-18, 2:30 pm
Bethlehem, PA

Bethelem Bach Festival
B Minor Mass and Cantatas
Information
Tickets - 610-866-4382 ext 115


MAY 30, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

American Songbook at the Terrace Theatre
Washington Mens Camerata
Beloved soprano Rosa Lamoreaux joins us for another walk down memory lane as we delve into the great American popular song repertoire from the '30s, '40s, and '50s. The last time we did an American Songbook program it sold out, so get your tickets early and join us as we end our 35th season at the Kennedy Center's Terrace Theater.
Terrace Theater, J.F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets


OCTOBER 6, 3:00 pm
Washington, DC

DACOR chamber music with ArcoVoce
Chansons Madecasses by Maurice Ravel, voice, flute, cello, piano
Four Songs, by André Previn with Texts by Toni Morrison, voice, cello, piano
Deux Poemes de Ronsard by Albert Roussell, voice, flute
Rosa is joined by Robin Kani, flute, Steve Honigberg, cello and Steve Silverman, piano


OCTOBER 27, 5:00 pm
Washington, DC

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.

St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
America Song book favorites with Betty Bullock, piano and Jonathan Nazdin, string bass.




DECEMBER 25, 12:00 pm
Washington, DC

Christmas Day at St. Columba's
Rosa sings lovely carols with violin and organ for a calm Christmas service at St. Columba's Episcopal Church - all are welcome

St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
America Song book favorites with Betty Bullock, piano and Jonathan Nazdin, string bass.



DECEMBER 31, 6:00 pm
Washington, DC

Bring in the New Year at St. Columba's
American Songbook, Cuban Guitar Music, Strauss Champagne Toast, Bach Prelude and Fugue in D Major for organ, and a world premier by Justus Parrotta for harpsichord and organ.
Performers: Michael Bard, guitar; Ann Colgrove, harpsichord; Rosa Lamoreaux, soprano; Diane Heath, organ; Jonathan Nazdin, bass; Anne Timpane, organ; David Timpane, baritone. $25 donation. Students free. Reception to follow. Tickets at the door only.

St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW






Stay tuned for Rosa's newest CD projects.
First up will be "Chamber Music from the Heart of Leipzig" with arias and duets of
J.S. Bach with Rosa and friends.