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First Church Congregational
11 Garden St.,
Cambridge

The Spectrum Singers concerts are at First Church Congregational, located at the intersection of Garden and Mason Streets. Parking is available at several locations in nearby Harvard Square. By subway, exit at the Harvard Square stop on the Red line.

 
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     First Church Congregational, Cambridge

     Red = $90 subscriptions; $45 tickets
     Blue = $60 subscriptions; $30 tickets
     Red and Blue - reserved seating by row

     Gold = $15 tickets (general admission)

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ONLINE TICKET ORDER FORM
2014 – 2015 Season


SUBSCRIPTION BONUS PACKAGE
•  3 concerts for the price of 2! •
Priority seating by row •  Free parking*


November 22, 2014 – Faith Joyously Affirmed
March 7, 2015 – Mozart: Valedictory Masterworks
May 16, 2015 – What is This Thing Called Love?
All concerts at First Church Congregational Cambridge

Season Subscription Packages
subscriptions(s) @ $90 $60 =  $
Online subscription sales have closed.
Subscriptions may be purchased at the door.
See you at the concert!

Tickets for Individual Concerts

Faith Joyously Affirmed - A Holiday Prelude
  November 22, 2014, 8:00 PM

ticket(s) @ $45 $30 $15 =  $
Online ticket sales for November 22 have closed.
Tickets may be purchased at the door.
See you at the concert!

Valedictory Masterworks - Mozart Requiem
  March 7, 2015, 8:00 PM

ticket(s) @ $45 $30 $15 =  $

What is This Thing Called Love?
  May 16, 2015, 8:00 PM

ticket(s) @ $45 $30 $15 =  $


Seating Preference
(Note: only applies to $45 and $30 seats. $15 tickets are general admission.)

I prefer main floor seating, if available.    

I prefer balcony seating, if available.    

Either main floor or balcony, whichever has best available seating.
    


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Note: Tickets ordered more than 14 days before the concert will be mailed to you. Tickets ordered later will be available at Will Call at the door.
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P.O. Box 382325
Cambridge MA, 02238-2325

"A particular pleasure... chorus sang... with vigor and joy... admirable... graciously... give-and-take of the frequent imitative counterpoint... dramatic and forceful on the one hand... singing with caressing tenderness and melting beauty... crisp articulation... expressive... within a quite narrow dynamic range of pianissimo to mezzo piano. "

—Geoffrey Wieting,   
Boston Musical   
Intelligencer   

"Compelling... unfailingly dramatic performances that grappled with real issues in the music and real issues the music is about."

—Richard Dyer,   
Boston Globe 
  

"One would be hard-pressed to find an amateur choral group in New England with a more adventurous spirit, higher musical standard and sense of serious purpose than John Ehrlich's Spectrum Singers...We marveled at Spectrum's resilience, pride and serious chops."

—Stephen Marc   
Beaudoin,   
Bay Windows 
  

"Rare beauty, full of dynamic nuances and distinguished by impeccable intonation."

—Howard Schott,   
Early Music News   

"The Spectrum singers brought... focused intensity to the soldiers and peasants they portrayed. They had a whole range of character to themselves, and they conveyed it perfectly."

—David Weininger,   
Boston Phoenix   

"Ehrlich and company offered a deeply felt performance... The chorus, which has made a specialty of singing without accompaniment, knows how to blend into a harmonious entity. The sweetness of tone was particularly evident in some of the quiet passages. When called upon, too, Ehrlich and his ensemble could produce hair-raising tumult."

—Ellen Pfeifer,   
Boston Globe   

"The singers sounded secure in even the most demanding passages."

—Richard Dyer,   
Boston Globe   

 
 
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