Storyteller Garrison Keillor and conductor Philip Brunelle lead a harmonious celebration of all things Thanksgiving with the melodious voices of the VocalEssence Chorus & Ensemble Singers and their special guests, singer Jearlyn Steele and pianist Richard Dworsky. Along the way we learn that Thanksgiving really isn’t all about the turkey — it’s actually all about the pie...
On a chilly November evening, the Hopeful Gospel Quartet — Garrison Keillor, Mollie O’Brien and Robin & Linda Williams — traded musical moments with the VocalEssence Chorus and Ensemble Singers in a concert at Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis. The evening seamlessly blended American folk traditions with choral masterpieces old and new, from “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” to “Now Thank We All Our God.” Garrison Keillor shared his Thanksgiving memories in a hilarious yet poignant monologue. Now available nationally for the first time—from The Gothic Catalog!
Who knew a choir could be this funny?
Garrison Keillor, Philip Brunelle and the VocalEssence Ensemble Singers dish up
a generous helping of "Potatoes a la Schubert", run away to Europe to
indulge their “Shenandoah” habit, and enlighten us on the T.U.L.I.P. doctrine.
This two-CD set of the best choral skits and bits from 10 years on "A Prairie
Home Companion" includes the often-requested “Julia” (John Lennon) and a
rare choral interpretation of “Karma Chamelon” (Boy George). With Charles
Kemper and Richard Dworsky at the piano, The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band and guest
appearances by Tom Keith and Tim Russell. Now available nationally for the first time—on Clarion Records from The Gothic