Last December we went to a performance of the Taghkanic Chorale in Croton-on-Hudson. The performance featured American masterworks, Eric Whitacre’s stunning Five Hebrew Love Songs for Choir and Randall Thompson’s Frostiana, a choral setting of beloved poetry by Robert Frost. The second half of the program begins with shorter works by three renowned British composers: Benjamin Britten, John Tavener and Howard Goodall, and the performance concluded with much loved seasonal arrangements. Not on the programme was a performance by a talented, young violinist (whose name I unfortunately forget).

Taken with a Sony RX100M3.

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