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Greenwich's Siena Concert Series To Present Chanticleer

St. Catherine of Siena in Greenwich is set to present the a cappella group Chanticleer on Saturday.
St. Catherine of Siena in Greenwich is set to present the a cappella group Chanticleer on Saturday. Photo Credit: Courtesy St. Catherine of Siena

GREENWICH, Conn. -- The St. Catherine of Siena Concert Series in Greenwich is set to host the Grammy Award-winning a cappella group Chanticleer.

The concert is set for 8 p.m. Oct. 26 at St. Catherine of Siena, according to a press release. The group Chanticleer is scheduled to present the "She Said/He Said" concert, which is set to explore "the complex and emotionally charged dialogue between the sexes, an eternal theme for composers, from the bawdiest of Renaissance Madrigals through standards by Cole Porter, by way of Ravel’s dramatic Trois chansons," according to the release.

"In another vein, godliness bestowed upon women is extolled in works by Andrea Gabrieli and the American phenom composer Eric Whitacre," representatives said in the release. "The program will conclude with new arrangements by several arrangers contributing fresh material to Chanticleer’s popular and jazz repertoire."

The concert is scheduled to include the following works, according to the release:

Plainchant – Hildegard von Bingen Regina caeli laetare – Tomás Luis de Victoria Diffusa est gratia – Nanino Vecchie letrose – Adrian Willaert Au joly jeu – Clement Janequin Tirsi morir volea – Andrea Gabrieli Trois chansons – Maurice Ravel A Boy and a Girl – Eric Whitacre So in Love – Cole Porter, arr. Joseph Jennings Both Sides Now – Joni Mitchell, arr. Vince Peterson

For tickets, residents are asked to call 203-637-3661. For more information, residents are asked to contact  Cindy Busani at

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