Category Archives: Conductor’s Corner

Conductor’s Corner: Voices at an Exhibition

by Dr. Jeffry A. Jahn For many of the singers in ARS, music holds a very prominent place in their lives. As I’ve mentioned in past concerts, people often ask this question, “Why do we sing?” The answer is immediate:  … Continue reading

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Moments in Time

by Dr. Jeffry A. Jahn The observance of “landmark” events is an enduring hallmark of society. Significant occasions, whether private or public, are celebrated in a variety of ways that generally define the moment: raucous festivities, solemn ceremonies, or simple … Continue reading

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Experiencing Music History – from the Ancient to the Modern

by Dr. Jeffry A. Jahn Sing and Rejoice is a diverse mix of Christmas choral music from both the “long” past, the “near” present and the “very” future. The first half of the program includes pieces from, arguably, the 16th … Continue reading

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Musings on a Musical Mosaic

by Dr. Jeffry A. Jahn A musical mosaic, by definition, will contain music that readily underscores and enhances both similarities and differences between the spiritual and secular realm of our lives. Music affects every aspect of our daily existence. We … Continue reading

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