Yale Schola Cantorum & Juilliard415
David Hill, conductor
An NCPA Presentation
Yale Schola Cantorum is a chamber choir that performs sacred music from the 16th century to the present day in concert settings and choral services. Since its founding in 2009, Juilliard415, the school’s principal period-instrument ensemble, has made significant contributions to musical life in New York and beyond. David Hill has had a long and distinguished career as one of the leading conductors in Europe. Hill conducts Yale Schola Cantorum and Juilliard415 to perform J. S. Bach’s ‘Magnificat’ and a newly commissioned work by Indian-American composer Reena Esmail. Juilliard415 will perform a suite of theatrical and evocative dances titled ‘Gods, Storms, and Demons’: Dances from the Operas of Jean-Philippe Rameau.
Rameau: Gods, Storms, and Demons: Dances from Rameau’s Operas
Reena Esmail: This Love Between Us: Prayer for Unity
J.S. Bach: Magnificat