2018-2019 Season

FEBRUARY 15-16, Maine

Join us for sublime one-per part singing with period instruments led by part-time Maine resident Mar

Sublime one-per-part singing and period instrumentalists. Handel's 'Dixit Dominus' and Bach's 'Jesu, meine Freude'.
7pm Friday February 15th at Bowdoin College Chapel, Brunswick, ME, and
3pm Saturday February 16th at Minsky Recital Hall, Orono ME
Nacole Palmer, soprano
Jennifer Bates, soprano
Katherine Growdon, mezzo-soprano
Noah Horn, tenor
Matthew Leese, baritone
Marika Holmqvist, concertmaster
Margaret Humphrey, violin
Anna Garlid, viola
Karen Burciaga, viola
Katie Rietman, cello
Christopher Evatt, harpsichord

APRIL 10-14, Mexico City and Los Angeles

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Zenith Ensemble joins Musica Angelica, Orchester Wiener Akademie and a cast of European and North American singers for Mexico City and Los Angeles performances of Bach's 'St. Matthew Passion'. 

Conductor Martin Haselböck

Friday April 12

Mexico City - Palacio de Bellas Artes

Sunday April 14 

Los Angeles - First Congregational Church

Megan Chartrand, soprano

Evanna Lai, mezzo-soprano

Daniel Carberg, tenor

Matthew Leese, baritone

JUNE 6-8, New Hampshire and Vermont

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Avaloch Farm Residency and Tour
Stunning a cappella singing, featuring
Byrd Mass for Five Voices,  Poulenc Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitance,  Duruflé Quatre motets sur des themes grégoriens,  and Messiaen O sacrum convivum.  
7pm Thursday June 6th
at  St Michael's College, Colchester VT
7pm Friday June 7th
at St Bernard Church, Keene NH
2pm Saturday June 8th
at Brookside Congregational Church, Manchester NH
Jennifer Bates, Julie Bosworth,  Amy Goldin, Nacole Palmer, sopranos
Mary Gerbi, Erin Grainger,  Mellissa Hughes, Clifton Massey, altos
Daniel Carberg, Ethan DePuy,  Andrew Fuchs, Martin Lescault, tenors
Anthony Garza, Steve Hrycelak,
Matthew Leese, Robert Stoddard, basses

Past Projects

Byrd 'Mass for Five Voices' and Duruflé 'Requiem'

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January 2018

Season One Debut Concerts in Portland and Brunswick, Maine featuring guest organist James Kennerley.