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Falmouth Chorale presents its holiday concerts, “On Earth, Peace,” December 8 and 9

Falmouth Chorale presents its holiday concerts, “On Earth, Peace,” December 8 and 9

The Falmouth Chorale, led by Artistic Director John Yankee, invites the community to make music a part of their holiday celebrations. Performances of the Chorale’s always-popular holiday concert, this year “On Earth, Peace,” are scheduled for Saturday, December 8, at 1 PM (family-friendly) and 4 PM and Sunday, December 9, at 4 PM, all at First Congregational Church, 68 Main … Continue reading

Falmouth Chorale: “The Coming of the Flood”

Falmouth Chorale: “The Coming of the Flood”

October 26, 2011 A pair of fierce wolves, played by Tabitha Ruth Dorman from the Coro Ragazzi Children’s Chorus (left) and Miranda van Mooy from the Turning Pointe Dance Studio, dance their way into the ark. All photos by Rebecca Forster, The Enterprise. Falmouth Chorale Celebrates Community, Commitment, Voyage, and Redemption—and the Sea In a … Continue reading

Flash Mob

Flash Mob

July 4, 2011 Booklovers wandered through the many and diverse tents at the annual Falmouth Public Library Book Sale on Saturday, July 2, browsing the books, audio books, CDs, and other media, finding treasures, chatting with friends, enjoying the blue skies and warm sunshine. Suddenly, a lone voice could be heard, singing that melody that Falmouth feels … Continue reading

Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony

Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony

April 14, 2011 John Yankee, Stephen Simon, and Joseph Marchio Stephen Simon, director and conductor of the 40-piece Simon Sinfonietta, has brought so much fine music to Falmouth, much of it rarely played elsewhere. His enjoyment of music and the exploration and sharing of music is clear on his face as he conducts, and when … Continue reading

Falmouth Chorale

April 3, 2008 The Falmouth Chorale is planning a casual, family-friendly concert called “Spring Sing” on May 10, which will include the Greater Falmouth Mostly All-Male Men’s Chorus, and a community singalong. The program will include selected Brahms’ Gypsy Songs, a spiritual, and Begin the Beguine. The two choirs, both directed by John Yankee, will … Continue reading