Climb into the “CHSO Winnebago” for a musical sojourn that begins in beautiful New England, and travels through some of the most beautiful vistas in our country, from the Berkshires, into the Appalachians, the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Tennessee Valley. This program of vivid tonal colorscapes will bring our natural wonders to life.
William Schuman New England Triptych
Barber Knoxville: Summer of 1915-- Alesia Tringale, soprano*
Wallach Berkshire Rhapsody, World Premiere
Copland Appalachian Spring
* Alesia Tringale (soprano) has enjoyed an active and versatile solo and ensemble singing career over the years performing operatically with Opera Worcester, oratorically as soloist with the chorus of Worcester Polytech, the Salisbury Singers, Worcester State University, Boston University Choral Society, Nashway Philharmonic and Worcester chapter of the AGO and in chamber music with “I Soloisti Simpatici” and most recently as soprano soloist with “Seele Musicale”. Solo recitals include a collaboration with Olga Rogach, pianist, and a shared recital with Donald Boothman, Baritone. She has also been Soprano soloist and section leader at the First Unitarian Church of Worcester for over 20 years. She currently studies voice with Jayne West and previously with Jane Shivick. A native of Winchester, Massachusetts, Ms. Tringale spends her days as Director of Software engineering at Dell EMC Corporation in Hopkinton. She took her degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University and Masters of Systems Engineering from Worcester Polytech.