Classical A Cappella Quartet Performs, Gives Master Class at Dartmouth


With the Dartmouth Aires in the headlines, a cappella singing is holding the College’s attention even more than it ordinarily does. Adding to the mix, New York Polyphony, a classical vocal quartet gaining wide acclaim for making medieval polyphony fresh and exciting for new audiences, performs a concert of new and old voices-only music on Saturday, November 5, at 8 p.m. in Dartmouth’s Rollins Chapel.


New York Polyphony performs in Rollins Chapel on Saturday, November 5. (photo by Joanne Bouknight)

As part of a residency with Dartmouth’s Department of Music, the quartet will meet with students in classes and less formal settings. They also will give a free public master class on Thursday, November 4 at 4 p.m., in Rollins Chapel, in which they will coach Dartmouth singers on ensemble vocal technique.

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