Schola Cantorum on Hudson Explores Judeo-Christian Choral Music Sacred Bridge

Three mid-March Choral Concerts in Caldwell, Jersey City and Manhattan will light up a sacred bridge.
Schola Cantorum on Hudson, the critically acclaimed
30-voice choral ensemble based in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area, will perform
choral music highlighting the Judeo-Christian heritage with its 12th Ethnic
Celebration Series Concert in three venues. Entitled Sacred Bridge, this second
concert program of Schola’s season will first be performed at Caldwell College
on Bloomfield Avenue in Caldwell, New Jersey, on Sunday, March 11, 2007 at 4
pm, reprised on Sunday, March 18, at 4 pm, at Historic Holy Rosary Church, 344
Sixth Street, between Monmouth and Brunswick Streets in Jersey City. The third
concert will be performed at St. Malachy’s Church, The Actors’ Chapel, 239
West 49th Street (between Broadway and Eighth Avenue) in New York City, Monday,
March 19 at 7:30 pm.

The ensemble, under the artistic direction of Dr. Deborah Simpkin King,
will sing works that exemplify the Judeo-Christian “bridge” by composers such
as Barber, Thompson, Rossi, Di Lasso, Mendelssohn, Lewandowski and Braun.

Tickets for all performances are $20 for general admission, $15 for seniors and
students. Advance tickets and season subscriptions may be purchased at a
reduced price online at, by phone at (201) 918-3011, or by
email at

Organizations, educational institutions, and
groups interested in purchasing a block of ten or more tickets receive a special
group rate. Please email for more information.

Additional information regarding this concert or the ensemble and its
activities can be obtained online at or by calling