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On this episode of Encore Houston, the Houston Chamber Choir performs music from three different programs in the 2017-2018 season, with music from the Renaissance, a rare Leonard Bernstein work, and David Lang‘s evocative take on The Little Match Girl.
Aired on October 5, 2018.
Houston Chamber Choir has just been signed to Signum Classics, a highly prestigious British record label which will release the company's fifth CD in April 2019 featuring the complete choral works of 20th century French composer Maurice Duruflé with renowned organist Ken Cowan of Rice University. Signum Classics is one of the United Kingdom's leading independent classical labels and home to diverse and eclectic repertoire by some of the finest artists and singers from around the world.
Published on BroadwayWorld.com on October 2, 2018.
Marianna Parnas-Simpson is the chorus teacher at Parker Elementary School, a founding member of the Houston Chamber Choir, and the founder and artistic director of the Treble Choir of Houston. Yet, when she was 17, her life was on a very different path.
Published in Houston Press on September 25, 2018.
More than 85 guests flooded the Greenwood King Properties’ striking lobby space on Upper Kirby for the celebratory evening dubbed “Art & Soul.” Wine, beer, and a Local Foods’ catered spread provided sustenance thanks to Greenwood King associates Nancy Younger Kruka, a longtime Houston Chamber Choir supporter, and Elaine Ellender.
Published in Paper City Magazine online on September 24, 2018. Written by Errin Maye.
Mariam Khalili and Robert Simpson are interviewed about Houston Chamber Choir’s 23rd Season on Houston Public Affairs hosted by Laurent.
Recorded and published on July 27, 2018.