Donald Nally

WRTI Spotlight
8:03 am
Sun May 27, 2012

The Crossing on ENCORE!

On Sunday, May 27th, from 3 to 5 pm, THE CROSSING choir will be on the air - bringing you the first concert in their 2012 Month of Moderns summer festival.

Donald Nally leads the acclaimed virtuoso choir in Vermillion Vespers, a new work by Haverford College Professor of Music Curt Cacioppo. It's a significant addition to the limited repertoire of concert-length works for choir and organ.

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ENCORE!
1:29 pm
Wed January 18, 2012

The Crossing Choir: Works by Kile Smith

Be sure to join us from 3 to 5 pm on Sunday, January 22nd for a special treat - concert broadcasts of the 24-voice chamber choir The Crossing, led by Donald Nally. This month, you'll hear performances of Kile Smith's Vespers (with Piffaro, the Renaissance wind band), Where Flames a Word, and The Waking Sun (with Tempesta di Mare).

All three of these performances were recorded at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia.

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Creatively Speaking
2:26 pm
Sat October 8, 2011

Composer Gian Carlo Menotti Remembered--Craftsman Wharton Esherick--Plans for The Crossing Choir

The Philadelphia Inquirer's David Patrick Stearns profiles the late Italian-American composer Gian Carlo Menotti.

Susan Lewis considers 20th-century Pennsylvania sculptor and furniture maker, Wharton Esherick.

Donald Nally, artistic director of The Crossing, talks with Jim Cotter about some ambitious new plans for the internationally renowned Philadelphia-based chamber choir.

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Creatively Speaking
1:11 pm
Fri July 22, 2011

Philadelphia-Based Chamber Choir THE CROSSING--Int'l House--The Natl Assoc. of Negro Musicians

Donald Nally, artistic director of The Crossing, talks with Jim Cotter about some ambitious new plans for his internationally renowned, Philadelphia-based chamber choir.

Susan Lewis takes us to International House. Originating in Philadelphia, the multicultural residential center now has branches in more than 20 locations around the world.

David Patrick Stearns profiles the National Association of Negro Musicians. Its 92nd Annual Convention takes place in Philadelphia.

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