On Saturday, Oct. 27, the TCNJ Chorale traveled to Manhattan to perform in what one student called “one of the most powerful experiences” they’ve ever had.
At St. Bart’s church in New York, the chorale performed fragments of Mozart’s Requiem and Seven Soundspaces by Georg Friedrich Haas.
In an online review on the Classical Music Network, Harry Rolnick said that the College’s chorale “did the piece proud,” and that the singers had “superlative voices.”
Sergio Hernandez, senior vocal performance major, said that “everything was so spot-on,” and that the performance was an amazing experience.
Eddie Easse, freshman instrumental music major, had nothing but good things to say about his first concert here.
“There was the most powerful, deafening silence after we were done,” Easse explained. “It was such a powerful emotional experience.”