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Stewart Copeland, Of The Police, To Perform With VocalEssence

Heather Brown and Jason DeRusha WCCO | May 6, 2022 WCCO talked with Copeland to find out how he is making a name for himself as a composer of choral works. To watch the interview, click on the video player below.

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Fall from Grace

  Click the button below to read the article, “Fall from Grace” by David Wordsworth, which appeared in the May 2022 edition of Choir & Organ. Read Article

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Sunday Sermons with Dan Barreiro

Dan is back giving the sermons ahead of game 4 between the Wild and Blues, drummer from ‘The Police’ Stewart Copeland joins off the top, and Russo Radio joins from St Louis to preview game 4. Click the player below to listen to the interview. (If you wish to skip directly to the interview, go…  Read More

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Stewart Copeland: interview with Jill Riley

by Jill Riley The Current | May 6, 2022 Stewart Copeland rose to international renown for his work as a drummer for the innovative rock band, the Police. Beyond his work as a rock drummer, Copeland has also forged a successful career as a composer, creating music for films, television and the stage. He…  Read More

6 cool things in music include Placebo, Naomi Judd and Dee Dee Bridgewater

by Dawn Novak and Jim Bream Star Tribune | May 6, 2022 A half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view: Dawn Novak of Electric Fetus: 1 Placebo, “Never Let Me Go.” I’ve been a fan of Placebo ever since their 1996 self-titled album. Their eighth studio album is a banger that shows these…  Read More

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VocalEssence Perform Choir Composition by The Police’s Stewart Copeland

by Steve Marsh Mpls.St.Paul Magazine | May 7, 2022  The Police drummer Stewart Copeland is in St. Paul this weekend for the regional premiere of his new chorale piece inspired by Paradise Lost. Courtesy of Shayne Gray Stewart Copeland is in St. Paul this weekend to debut his new chorale piece Satan’s Fall, sung by the vaunted VocalEssence…  Read More

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Police drummer Stewart Copeland is in town to watch VocalEssence perform his work ‘Satan’s Fall’

By Ross Raihala | Pioneer Press | May 5, 2022  Stewart Copeland is best known as the drummer in the Police. (He’s also known as the guy who broke lead singer Sting’s rib in a band-related fight.) But the 69-year-old didn’t stop making music when the Police called it a day in 1986. Instead, he focused…  Read More

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The big gigs: 10 concerts to see in the Twin Cities this week

by Chris Riemenschneider, Jon Bream, Rob Hubbard and Britt Robson Star Tribune | MAY 4, 2022  Concert highlights for May 5-11 include the Biebs, Interpol, Snoh Aalegrea, Tai Verdes and the Under the Canopy series kickoff. Thursday, May 5 Under the Canopy kickoff: Conceived and warmly received as a safe, diverse, community-oriented outdoor music option…  Read More

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Weekend Best Bets: May 5-8

By Kaitlyn Doolittle Minnesota Monthly | May 4, 2022–Ov7IxP03CvQAsxDNVhod32itjRV_loo5KMn_ydx9qykE2F00vTvv6bQjsfpkxhlaQgquxhhbAqwnNO71Buj6IEXmOmEwJD_vNTuOp3SrRmjfN14A  A circus, a Cinco de Mayo celebration, a plant sale, and more are happening this weekend in the Twin Cities area Everything Is…Fine  What: Preview Performance of “Back to Workshop, or Everything is Fine!” When: May 5-May 7, May 11-May 13; 7:30 p.m. Where: Brave New Workshop, 824…  Read More

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The Police’s drummer heads to Minneapolis to deliver a message in an oratorio

By Jon Bream Star Tribune | May 05, 2022 Stewart Copeland is going choral with VocalEssence and says no more Police reunions. Stewart Copeland has written scores for movies and TV shows, composed operas and oratorios and music for ballets and video games. He’s directed a rockumentary, authored a memoir and performed with orchestras. This year,…  Read More

Philip Brunelle featured in Choral Journal

Philip Brunelle began Musical Moments as a way to connect and bring joy to people during the pandemic, but now the catalog of composers and their works will be shared broadly through the American Choral Directors Association’s Choral Journal. Click the link below to read the article OR explore the collection of Musical Moments. Read the Article Explore…  Read More

Save the dates: VocalEssence 2022-2023 Season

We are working diligently to get you all the details for our next season, but in the meantime, please save the following dates: The Mendelssohns Saturday, October 15, 2022 Benson Great Hall, Bethel University The Montserrat Boy Choir Friday, November 11, 2022 Basilica of Saint Mary, Minneapolis Welcome Christmas Saturday, December 10, 2022 Sunday, December…

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Choosing Love Concert Program

The Program  VocalEssence Singers Of This Age G. Phillip Shoultz, III, conductor, piano Sam Reeves, keyboard Brian Kendrick, drums Choosing Love is a collaboratively curated concert experience developed through a season of continuous learning and conversation. The VocalEssence Singers Of This Age challenge us to grapple with the past and present injustices plaguing our society…

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Satan’s Fall Biographies

Jamie Chamberlain, soprano Praised for her “shimmering tones” and “star­ struck vulnerability” by Opera News, Greek-­American Soprano Jamie Chamberlin is recognized for her versatility as both a singer and as an actress. ArtsInLA hailed her role debut as Cunegonde in Long Beach Operaʼs Candide as “jaw­dropping”. Most recently at LBO, Ms. Chamberlin earned rave reviews for her…

VocalEssence revisits Bob Dylan classics as tour hits North Country, Red Wing

By Rob Hubbard  Star Tribune | March 29, 2022  The choral group will perform the bard’s songs in Detroit Lakes Friday, Grand Rapids Saturday and Red Wing April 30. VOCALESSENCE VocalEssence’s “Bob Dylan Revisited” Tour will include the choir, accompanied by a string quintet and piano. Well, if you’re traveling in the north country…  Read More