ACDA Eastern Division 2012 Conference – Providence, RI
Messa da Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi
The Boston University Symphonic Chorus and Symphony Orchestra
Thursday, February 16th, 8:00 PM
THE VETS, One Avenue of the Arts, Providence, RI 02903
Ann Howard Jones, conductor
Michelle Johnson, soprano
Jana Baty, mezzo-soprano
Richard Clement, tenor
Anton Belov, bass
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The Boston University Symphonic Chorus is an auditioned ensemble open to University students, faculty, staff and friends. The chorus program is guided by the principle of deeply involving students and members of the University community in the study and performance of major choral- orchestral works. Most concerts take place in Symphony Hall in Boston. Recent works performed have included Britten War Requiem, Argento Cenotaph, Shostakovich Symphony #13 (Babi Yar), Mozart Mass in C Minor, Haydn Die Schoepfung and Mendelssohn Elijah. The chorus and the Boston University Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Hoose, collaborate on a biannual basis.
Ann Howard Jones, Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities at Boston University (1993), conducts the Symphonic Chorus and the Chamber Chorus, teaches Graduate Conducting, and administers the choral program. Held in high regard as clinician, master teacher, speaker and conductor, Dr. Jones maintains an active schedule away from Boston. Professor Jones received the Robert Shaw Award for distinguished professional accomplishment from ACDA in 2010. From Boston University she has received the coveted Metcalf Award for Teaching Excellence. She was awarded a Fulbright Professorship to Brazil and was an invited speaker for the Lily Foundation. For many years she was the Assistant Conductor to Robert Shaw with the Atlanta Symphony Choruses and the Robert Shaw Institute.