Music on Norway Pond presents ‘Requiem’ in Hancock

The “Requiem” solo quartet of, from left: Andy Papas, Mary Bonhag, Edward Ferran and Anneke Stern.

The “Requiem” solo quartet of, from left: Andy Papas, Mary Bonhag, Edward Ferran and Anneke Stern. —PHOTO BY EDDIE GOMEZ II

The Norway Pond Festival Singers led by conductor Jody Hill Simpson.

The Norway Pond Festival Singers led by conductor Jody Hill Simpson. —PHOTO BY EDDIE GOMEZ II

Members of the Norway Pond Festival Singers alto section.

Members of the Norway Pond Festival Singers alto section. —PHOTO BY EDDIE GOMEZ II

Cellist Leland Ko.

Cellist Leland Ko. —PHOTO BY EDDIE GOMEZ II

Violinist Kate Knudsvig.

Violinist Kate Knudsvig. —PHOTO BY EDDIE GOMEZ II

Conductor Jody Hill Simpson leads the Mozart “Requiem” chorus and orchestra.

Conductor Jody Hill Simpson leads the Mozart “Requiem” chorus and orchestra. —PHOTO BY EDDIE GOMEZ II

Published: 02-20-2024 11:23 AM

Music on Norway Pond presented Mozart’s "Requiem" and Eric Whitacre's "Five Hebrew Love Songs" Sunday in front of a sold-out crowd at First Congregational Church of Hancock.

The 60-member Norway Pond Festival Singers were joined by an 18-piece professional orchestra, including the Newport String Quartet. Professional soloists were soprano Mary Bonhag, mezzo-soprano Anneke Stern, tenor Edward Ferran and baritone Andy Papas.

Jody Hill Simpson was conductor.

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