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This Spring 2016, The Waterbury Chorale will be performing Karl Jenkin’s “The Peacemakers”. The 72-minute work is based entirely on the theme of peace, utilizing a wide range of texts from a variety of languages, religions, and authors including texts by Rumi, Ghandi, the Dalai Lama, Shelley, Terry Waite, Mother Teresa, Albert Schweitzer, Nelson Mandela, Anne Frank, Bahá’u’lláh and St. Seraphim of Sarov, as well as quotations from the Qur’an, the Bible and the Ordinary of the Mass.

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Spring Concert 2016 – April 9th & 10th

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This Spring 2016, The Waterbury Chorale will be performing Karl Jenkin’s “The Peacemakers”.
The 72-minute work is based entirely on the theme of peace, utilizing a wide range of texts
from a variety of languages, religions, and authors including texts by Rumi, Ghandi,
the Dalai Lama, Shelley, Terry Waite, Mother Teresa, Albert Schweitzer, Nelson Mandela, Anne Frank,
Bahá’u’lláh and St. Seraphim of Sarov, as well as quotations from the Qur’an,
the Bible and the Ordinary of the Mass.
Tickets are $25 at the door and $20 online. Purchase your online tickets below.

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NAME OF PRIMARY TICKET HOLDER.



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Part I

Movements 1-10
Blessed are the Peacemakers (Jesus Christ: Matthew 5:9)
2. Fanfara (‘Peace’ in various languages)
3. Peace, peace! (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
4. I offer you peace (Mahatma Gandhi)
5. Inner peace (Dalai Lama)
6. Healing Light: A Celtic prayer (Anon)
7. A Meditation: Peace is… (Terry Waite CBE)
8. Evening Prayer (Anon)
9. Solitude. For Chloë Hanslip
10.Fiat pax in virtute tua (Psalm 122: 7-8, Mother Teresa, Albert Schweitzer, Qu’ran 25:63)

Part II

Movements 11-17
11. He had a dream: Elegy for Martin Luther King (Jenkins, Isaiah 40: 4-5)
12. The Dove. For Astrid May (Carol Barratt)
13. The Peace Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi (Anon)
14. One Song (Thomas Mallory, Rumi, Barratt, Jenkins)
15. Let there be justice for all (Nelson Mandela)
16. Donna nobis pacem (Trad, Bahá’u’lláh)
17. Anthem: Peace, triumphant peace (Barratt, Anne Frank, St. Seraphim of Sarov)

Part I

Movements 1-10
Blessed are the Peacemakers (Jesus Christ: Matthew 5:9)
2. Fanfara (‘Peace’ in various languages)
3. Peace, peace! (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
4. I offer you peace (Mahatma Gandhi)
5. Inner peace (Dalai Lama)
6. Healing Light: A Celtic prayer (Anon)
7. A Meditation: Peace is… (Terry Waite CBE)
8. Evening Prayer (Anon)
9. Solitude. For Chloë Hanslip
10.Fiat pax in virtute tua (Psalm 122: 7-8, Mother Teresa, Albert Schweitzer, Qu’ran 25:63)

Part II

Movements 11-17
11. He had a dream: Elegy for Martin Luther King (Jenkins, Isaiah 40: 4-5)
12. The Dove. For Astrid May (Carol Barratt)
13. The Peace Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi (Anon)
14. One Song (Thomas Mallory, Rumi, Barratt, Jenkins)
15. Let there be justice for all (Nelson Mandela)
16. Donna nobis pacem (Trad, Bahá’u’lláh)
17. Anthem: Peace, triumphant peace (Barratt, Anne Frank, St. Seraphim of Sarov)


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Joseph J. Jacovino Jr.
Director of The Waterbury Chorale

The Waterbury Chorale has begun its 49th season of bringing quality choral music to the Greater Waterbury Community. Under Director Joseph J. Jacovino Jr., the Chorale, which currently boasts 100 accomplished singers, performs four part works of medium to advanced difficulty, ranging in style from established masterworks to varied programs of contemporary music and music from other cultures.

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Joseph J. Jacovino Jr.Director of The Waterbury Chorale

Joseph J. Jacovino Jr.
Director of The Waterbury Chorale

The Waterbury Chorale has begun its 49th season of bringing quality choral music to the Greater Waterbury Community. Under Director Joseph J. Jacovino Jr., the Chorale, which currently boasts 100 accomplished singers, performs four part works of medium to advanced difficulty, ranging in style from established masterworks to varied programs of contemporary music and music from other cultures.