Two Classical Gems

Mozart Solemn Vespers

Silvestrov Two Christmas Lullabies

Haydn Lord Nelson Mass


Sunday, December 11, 2022 at 4:00pm




Covid Guidelines:

Fairfield County Chorale remains committed to protecting the health and safety of our members, friends, and patrons. In response to current, ever-changing conditions and Norwalk City Hall guidelines, the Chorale will perform its December 11 concert allowing masks for singers to be optional. Singers will use “best practices” in making their individual decision about wearing a mask, and other health and safety measures. Performers and Chorale staff are fully vaccinated.

Masking for audience members will also be optional. As with the performers, we rely on the our audience to use “best practices” in making their individual decision about masking.

The audience at Norwalk Hall is now at 75% capacity, so please exercise care and respect for others in choosing your seats, and, as is the case with Chorale members, in staying at home if you’re not feeling well.

There will be an intermission during the performance; however no food or beverages will be offered.

As always, the Chorale will adjust to current circumstances and alter these protocols as changes are required.

Stay well, safe, and enjoy our beautiful concert!

David Rosenmeyer and the Board and members of Fairfield County Chorale

Covid Guidelines for our concert


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This concert is brought to you in part by:

Brody Wilkinson PC
The Doherty Team of Wealth Enhancement
The Ellen Gang Design Studio
Fortepiano, LLC
Mary Filippelli Webber: H&R Block
Jaguar Land Rover of Fairfield
MBI, Inc.
Music on the Hill
The Nelson Law Firm, LLC.
Shakespeare on the Sound
Louise Petersen: William Raveis
Zhen Acupuncture & Healing Arts

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