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On Friday, August 5th at 7:00pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Glen Cove, GRAMMY-nominated conductor and current Conducting Professor at Westminster Choir College, Dr. James Jordan will present a concert with his professional ensemble, The Same Stream. The group will perform ROGER AMES: A Legacy Concert Series. Ames was a dear friend of Jordan and the choir, in addition to being a teacher at Great Neck North High for many years. The program will consist mostly of the music recorded on The Same Stream’s most recent album, A Time for Healing: The Music of Roger Ames, but will feature other pieces written by composer friends of the choir, including Dan Forrest, Patrick Hawes, and Thomas LaVoy. Tickets are available at www.thesamestreamchoir.com ($20 for Adults, $10 for Students/Seniors).
Ames recently passed away after a difficult battle with ALS, so this is the group’s chance to honor the legacy he created in the American choral music canon. Due to the nature of his passing, 10% of all ticket sales will be donated to the ALS Association. The music on the program and the performance space makes this concert doubly special for The Same Stream. It’s not often a group of such exquisite musicians can come together and pay homage to a composer of this caliber, in a place he held so dear.
ROGER AMES: A Legacy Concert Series
Friday, August 5, 2022
St Paul’s Episcopal Church (28 Highland Rd, Glen Cove, NY 11542)
Tickets: $20 Adults, $10 Students/Seniors; Available at www.thesamestreamchoir.com
About The Same Stream: The Same Stream is a Philadelphia-based professional choir of alumni from Westminster Choir College, conducted by GRAMMY-nominated James Jordan. The group strives to showcase its standard of choral excellence through recordings and performances of new music by living composers, including Paul Mealor, Patrick Hawes, Thomas LaVoy, and Roger Ames, among others. There are 5 recordings available now on all major streaming platforms, and A Time for Healing: The Music of Roger Ames, will be released this September. Please follow us on social media, and visit www.thesamestreamchoir.com for more info.
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