Elena Williamson, Music Director

Bálint Varga, Assistant Music Director

Upcoming Performances

Saturday, June 17, 3:00 PM
Park Slope United Methodist Church
410 6th Avenue, Brooklyn NY
Admission: $20; Students and Seniors $15

Wednesday, June 21, 7:00 PM
Make Music NYC
Park Slope United Methodist Church Garden
410 6th Avenue, Brooklyn NY
Donations Gratefully Accepted

With Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, the Park Slope Singers present a program of short pieces which is eclectic and bound to have something for everyone. We’ll be singing four motets – the earliest, by Joaquin Desprez, dates back to the 15th century; the most recent, by Ola Gjeilo, was written in 1999 at the dawn of the new millennium. We’ll sing music by iconic composers like the Elizabethan John Farmer, Dolly Parton, and Igor Stravinsky. Born in 1882, Stravinsky is considered to be one of the most influential composers of the 20th century, one whose legacy stretches far into the future. We’ll round out our program with songs from the ’60s which inspired our theme – from the Beatles, the New Christy Minstrels and Carole King. Our assistant music director, Balint Varga, has created the choral arrangements for a few of these.

Over the past few years, the Park Slope Singers have presented programs that include classical works by Mozart, Handel, Bach, Randall Thompson, Alice Parker and others. Join us as we offer music and song, both light and serious, which span the centuries.

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