Join us for a special concert featuring music from Holst, Grieg, and Saint Peter’s Cantor, Bálint Karosi.
SNHU Orchestra: Gustav Holst: The Planets
SNHU Wind Symphony: Edvard Grieg Piano Concerto in A Minor, Movement I
Anna Cronin, piano
SNHU Wind Symphony: Bálint Karosi: Choralair Symphony (2016)
I. Mighty Brass
II. All Glory is too High
III. In Peace is Joy
IV. How Brightly
Cantor Bálint Karosi’s “Choralair Symphony” for Symphonic Wind Ensemble will premiered at Saint Peter’s on Saturday, April 27 at 3 p.m. by the Wind Symphony of Southern New Hampshire University. The four-movement symphony involves more than fifty wind instruments, percussion and organ, and is based on Lutheran Chorales of the Reformation-era. His newly-released CD, “Existentia” of original orchestral music will be available at after the concert. All four movements are based on famous Luther-era chorales, A Mighty Fortress, All Glory to God on High, With Piece and Joy and How Brightly Shines the Morning Star. Hear a 60+ member wind symphony blast some of the most enduring melodies of Western Music!
Saturday April 27, 3 pm.