Lehman holds living composer concert


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 Lehman Catholic High School recently held a Living Composer Concert showcasing works by Canadian composer Matthew Emery, shown conducting above.

Provided photo Lehman Catholic High School recently held a Living Composer Concert showcasing works by Canadian composer Matthew Emery, shown conducting above.


SIDNEY — Lehman Catholic High School held a Living Composer Concert on March 6. The concert featured music of Matthew Emery performed by Lehman Catholic High School’s Cavalier Choir, Limelighters and Concert Band.

Matthew Emery, a Canadian composer, has had his music performed across North America, Europe, Asia and Oceania and has been heard on national television and radio both in Canada and the U.S. He is a member of the Canadian Music Centre, Canadian League of Composers and is composer-in-residence with the Amabile Choirs of London Canada, ORIANA Women’s Choir in Toronto, That Choir and the Exultate Chamber Singers. His music is available on many commercially released albums and was named one of the hottest classical musicians under 30 by the CBC, Canada’s national public radio and television broadcaster, in 2016.

This night of music was coordinated by Lehman’s instrumental music director, Ryan Wendel, and vocal music director, Ryan Jenkins. The concert was held in the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Chapel at Lehman Catholic High School.

For more information about Matthew Emery, visit composermatthewemery.com.

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Lehman Catholic High School recently held a Living Composer Concert showcasing works by Canadian composer Matthew Emery, shown conducting above.

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Lehman Catholic High School recently held a Living Composer Concert showcasing works by Canadian composer Matthew Emery, shown conducting above.

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