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Madrigal Choir Celebrates 40th Anniversary With Concert of Favorites

“Celebrate Singing: Madrigal Choir Favorite Songs of the Past 40 Years,” takes place at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 29, 2018, United Presbyterian Church, 42 Chenango Street, Binghamton. The concert includes favorites of both audience and choir members. A highlight of the program is a commissioned work by David Brunner, described by the New York Times as a “prolific choral writer whose name figures prominently on national repertory lists.”  With help from past members and the current choir, Conductor Bruce Borton...
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Reviewed by Lee Shepherd Craig Phillips is a distinguished organist and composer of organ and choral music. If anyone had any doubt about that, they weren’t after his concert Sunday afternoon (April 19) at Binghamton’s United Presbyterian Church, where he played to a select, but appreciative audience. Philips, who hails from Hollywood, Calif., was joined in the organ loft by violinist Uli Speth, concertmaster of the Binghamton Philharmonic, and flautist Georgetta Maiolo, recently retired from the BPO, to perform his Scenes from a Gallery (2009). The suite...
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By Sarah Kuras This past Saturday (May 12) I had the great pleasure of attending Mark Rossnagel's senior recital at the United Presbyterian Church (formerly First Presbyterian) in Binghamton. Although I have heard him play the organ numerous times throughout our years of friendship, I was truly blown away by his performance at this recital and by his dedication to his craft. All attendees had the great gift of watching this masterful, expressive musician perform. Read more