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Select one of the following concerts by clicking on the title of the concert:

1. Come, Ye Sons of Art - This concert was recorded at St. Mary the Virgin, Falmouth,
Sunday, June 8, 2014.

2. Misereri mei - This concert was recorded at St. Mary the Virgin, Falmouth on March 30, 2014.

3. A Child is Born! - Bad weather led to the cancellation of some of Schola's Advent concerts. However, this lovely concert was recorded at the Cathedral Church of Saint Luke, Portland, Maine

4. O Primavera - Schola's Spring Concert of 2013 celebrated the gentle season with songs of love, which can vary from the lightest and most playful to the heaviest and most turbulent. This concert was performed three times in Gorham, Portland and Falmouth. The music presented here was recorded live at our second concert at The Cathedral Church of St. Luke, Portland.

5. Magnificat - Schola performed the Advent 2012 concert three times in: Kennebunkport, Portland and Falmouth. The music presented here was recorded live at our third concert at St. Mary the Virgin, Falmouth on December 16th to a full-house.

6. Music for a While - This was our Spring Concert for 2012 and was performed only once on Sunday, May 13th at the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Falmouth, Maine

7. Ave Maria - This was our 2012 Lenten concert performed only once on Sunday, March 18th at the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Falmouth, Maine

8. Prepare the Way - This was our 2011 Advent concert and was performed three times:

  • Sunday, December 11th at the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Falmouth, Maine
  • Tuesday, December 13th at the Cathedral Church of Saint Luke, Portland, Maine
  • Wednesday, December 14th at Nordica Auditorium, The University of Maine - Farmington

This recording was recorded live at the concert on December 13, 2011

9. Requiem - This concert, first presented on April 6, 2011, at the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Falmouth, Maine, was dedicated to the life and works of the Reverend Canon James Dalton-Thompson, a founder and enthusiastic supporter of St Mary Schola. It was performed a second time at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, and this recording is from that concert.