Join me along with pianist Olga Rogach and soprano Bridget Klofft as we perform seasonal repertoire including sacred and classical songs set to non-traditional accompaniment!
2pm, Immaculate Conception Church
353 Grove Street in Worcester
Join the Massachusetts Symphony, area college choirs, and myself as we celebrate the season! A must-see if you’ve never been!
Join me as I take the stage at Symphony Hall in Boston, May 17th and 18th, to perform the second movement of Gorecki’s Symphony of the Sorrowful Songs (sung in Polish).
Jane Shivick & Michael Calmes, soloists w/Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra Independence Day Celebration
Worcester’s annual Independence Day concert with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Myron Romanul. East Park, Worcester. Raindate, July 3rd at 8pm.
Ms. Shivick and Ms. Rogach return to Grace Church as part of a weekend long celebration honoring Fr. Al Zadigs retirement from Grace Church as parish priest.
$10 General Admission, tix can be reserved ahead of time but will be sold at the door on the evening of the event.
Call 508.987.1004 for further information.
A veritable feast of songs from many languages, including works by Schumann, Händel, Fauré, Rachmaninoff, Granados, Dvorák, and even a smattering of Broadway!
FREE ADMISSION ~ Donations Accepted
508.845.7286 for further information
Soprano Soloist, featuring the Brockton Symphony Orchestra, Brockton’s Jubilate Chorale, and the Bridgewater State University Chorale
Visit www.brocktonsymphony.org for ticket information.
A beloved Worcester tradition, this concert (sold out for the past 35 years!) highlights the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Myron Romanul, performing classic symphonic works, selections from Broadway musicals, and favorite music of the holiday season. Performers include area choruses (Anna Maria College, Assumption College, Clark University, Worcester State University, and WPI), vocal soloists Jane Shivick and Richard Monroe, an aerialist, and dancers, plus a visit by Santa Claus. (Broadcast date on WCUW, 91.3 FM: Monday, December 5, 2016, 9 P.M.)
Tickets, $45 (floor table) and $37 (balcony) seating. Call (508) 754-1234.