CODA Chorus Spring Concert 2016

Thank you to everyone who attended our Spring 2016 Concert. Our Christmas Concerts for 2016 will be December 10. Have a great summer!
CODA Spring 2016Love and longing. Freedom and hope.   Join CODA Chorus for our 2016 Spring Concert as we share poetry set to music! We’ll perform pieces based on works by poets from Maya Angelou to Walt Whitman, and we’ll feature readings by local poets. A freewill offering will be accepted. Hope to see you there!
Order of Music:

O, To Make a Jubilant Song – arr. Sherri Porterfield (Walt Whitman)
  Reading: High School Memory – Ruth Bookey
O My Luve’s Like a Red, Red Rose – arr. René Clausen (Robert Burns)
Piping Down the Valleys Wild – arr. David Dickau (William Blake)
If Music Be the Food of Love – arr. David Dickau (Henry Heveningham)
  Reading: Harmony – Claire Hersom
Will There Really Be a Morning? – arr. Victor Johnson (Emily Dickinson)
Evening Star – arr. Victor Johnson (Edgar Allan Poe)
The Road Not Taken – arr. Randall Thompson (Robert Frost)
Choose Something Like a Star – arr. Randall Thompson (Robert Frost)
  Reading: Bad Cat – Ted Bookey
sam was a man – arr. Vincent Persichetti (e.e. cummings)
I Dream a World – arr. Andre J. Thomas (Langston Hughes)
Blowin’ in the Wind – arr. Len Thomas (Bob Dylan)
  Reading: A House Full – Craig Hickman
Caged Bird – arr. Daniel Kallman (Maya Angelou/traditional)

CODA Chorus Christmas 2015

THANK YOU! to everyone who attended our concerts this season. It was a joy to see so many of you, to share our music with you, and to hear your voices mingle with ours. Best wishes to all this Holiday Season, and we hope to see you in the spring (April 30)!CODA Poster 2015 Fall_300

Spring Concert 2015

CODA Chorus presents:
An American Musical Tapestry

Join the CODA Chorus on Sunday May 3rd 2015 at Hope Baptist Church in Manchester, for their spring concert featuring a compilation of 20th century American music, including songs by Aaron Copland, Gershwin, a rousing Missa Festiva by John Leavitt, Appalachian songs and old favorites such as Gift to be Simple and Shenandoah. Featuring the Winthrop area Handbell ringers and instrumental soloists.