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Were you in the audience on May 5 to hear the GMChorale and Alchemy perform music of Anton Bruckner? We'd like to hear from you!

Was Bruckner's music new to you? What did you think? What musical moment especially moved or thrilled you? Did you attend the pre-concert talk?

How was your ticket purchase experience? Finding the concert? Parking? Seating?

If this was your first time at a GMChorale concert, let us know how you heard about this event. We hope you'll be back!

To share your thoughts, you may reply to this email, or write to gmcmedia@gmchorale.org


Thank you!

P.S. Later this spring, we'll invite you to participate in a more detailed survey, with a chance to win a subscription for the GMChorale's 2019-2020 season.
Coming up Next for Alchemy
Concerts on June 1 in Glastonbury and June 2 in Tolland

"The most beautiful choral singing I've ever heard... It was just glorious."
Alchemy, the vocal chamber ensemble of the GMChorale, offers a series of concerts across the state that often feature collaborations with local ensembles and performers. Led by founding director Joseph D’Eugenio and accompanied on piano and organ by the GMChorale's own Allan Conway, this 24-voice ensemble brings a touch of gold to interpretations of Romantic and contemporary choral music. 

If you were in the audience on May 5, you heard Alchemy sing beautiful motets by Anton Bruckner. With its June concerts, Alchemy begins its fourth season with a program of a cappella and accompanied choral music, including more by Bruckner, as well as music by Brahms, Elgar, Thompson, and others.


"The ensemble's artistry and love of singing were evident and the audience was moved by the beauty of your message." — Comment from a listener at a recent performance by Alchemy

Saturday, June 1, 2019
7:30pm

First Church of Christ,
Congregational
"Music at the Meetinghouse"
2183 Main Street
Glastonbury, CT

Sunday, June 2, 2019
7:00pm
[note new time]
United Congregational
Church of Tolland
45 Tolland Green
Tolland, CT

Please note the new time (7:00pm) for the June 2 concert in Tolland.

No tickets are required for these concerts; donations will be accepted.

The GMChorale will announce the 2019-2020 season soon!
We are looking forward to singing for you!
If you appreciate the beauty that the GMChorale brings to our shared community, please consider making a gift to support the GMChorale's musical programs. Your donation will help to purchase music, provide tuition scholarships for young singers, and much more. You may give 24/7 at our secure online giving page HERE or mail your check to the GMChorale, P.O. Box 527, Middletown, CT 06457. Thank you!
Did you know.... that you are part of our outreach program?

At the GMChorale's concert on May 5, we were delighted to welcome people who were attending for the first time! New listeners hear about the GMChorale from people like you! You make it possible for us to sing for a growing number of music lovers by forwarding these newsletters, sharing and liking posts on the GMChorale's Facebook and Twitter pages, and inviting friends and family to attend concerts with you. THANK YOU! You make a difference. Please keep on forwarding, sharing, liking, and inviting!

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We issue this newsletter on an occasional basis to share news about concerts and events by the GMChorale and Alchemy. We never share your personal information.
Photos of the GMChorale and Alchemy by John Marchand.
Photo of the angel in Saint Florian monastery in Sankt Florian, Austria, by Paul Smit.
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