"Beginnings" with the Madrigal Choir of Binghamton

Artistic Director Bruce Borton | PHOTO: R. E. Baker

WSKG's Bill Snyder spoke with Bruce Borton, Artistic Director for the Madrigal Choir of Binghamton about their concert "Beginnings" this Sunday. Click above to hear the interview.

The Madrigal Choir of Binghamton
Sunday, March 11, 4:00pm
Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church
44 Main Street
Binghamton, NY  13905

website: www.MadrigalChoir.com

Featured Guests:
The Parlor City Boys’ Chorus directed by Ghislaine Stewart
Randolph Messing, baritone
Jean Henssler, piano

The signature concert of the season features music about all things “new” -- new life, new love, new days, new seasons, and new worlds. The central featured work is "Make Me a World," a setting of the creation story by Canadian composer, Ruth Watson Henderson. The composer’s text is an adaptation of the “home spun” retelling of the Genesis story, God’s Trombones. The piece will showcase the talents of our featured guests. Throw in a couple of overtures and show openers and we have an afternoon of beginnings not to be missed.