The Reston Chorale has a wonderful array of music in store for our 56th season. We invite you to join us as we get off to a rocking start with Bohemian Rhapsody: Music of Queen (and Friends) on October 16, along with the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra and PSO's fabulous classic rock band. Then, on December 3, celebrate The Wonder of the Season with us as we present two special holiday concerts, featuring Jody Marshall on hammered dulcimer. We also invite you to join in singing the Christmas portion of G.F. Handel’s magnificent Messiah during our annual sing-along on December 6.
The music continues on March 18th with L’chaim, to Life! featuring Leonard Bernstein's exciting Chichester Psalms. We’ll then wrap up the season with two uplifting concerts -- Be the Light on May 6th and A Star-Spangled Salute with Brass of the Potomac on May 27 – followed by Gardens of Note on June 3, our annual tour of beautiful Reston gardens, laced with pop-up musical performances along the way.
Now in his 12th season as the artistic director for The Reston Chorale, Lang also serves as director of music at Saint Dunstan's Episcopal Church in McLean and as keyboard artist for Washington Hebrew Congregation. In addition, he is a conductor with Encore Creativity for Older Adults.
Toronto native Jay Tuttle is passionate about choral music. He has been a section leader at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Georgetown, toured with Cathedra, performed as a founding member of His Majesty’s Men, a Chicago-based ensemble, and sung throughout the Washington, DC area.
Michael Langlois has made a multifaceted career collaborating with other musicians. As a choral pianist, he has served Kol Shirah (Reston, VA), Kolot HaLev (Chevy Chase, MD), the Indiana University Singing Hoosiers, and others.