SHU's Galen Tate to Perform at Yale's Woolsey Hall
Sacred Heart University Department of Music Assistant Director of Choral Programs and Adjunct Professor Galen Tate will perform on the historic 197-rank organ at Yale's Woolsey Hall this Sunday, February 13th at 4:30PM with the New Haven Chorale, under the baton of Dr. Edward Bolkovac, as they present Resilient People, Inspiring Stories.
This is benefit concert for Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS) includes music born of great adversity that inspired triumphs of the human spirit. There will be powerful music and dramatic readings from African-American and Jewish tragedies and from political struggles, plus Benjamin Britten's riveting Rejoice in the Lamb which evokes the struggles of the mentally ill.
Now in his third season as assistant conductor/accompanist for the Chorale, Galen will appear as organist in Mahler's Symphony #2 (Resurrection) in April and throughout central Europe with the Chorale in July.
Tickets for Resilient People, Inspiring Stories are available at the door or by calling 203-776-SONG. Adult $20-$35 / Seniors $15 / Students free with ID. Yale University's Woolsey Hall is located at 500 College Street (at Grove Street) in New Haven, CT.