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Cape Shore Chorale celebrates the Feast of the Epiphany
Published in the January 23, 2013 issue

By Ed Wismer
Ocean City Sentinel critic

“The Cape Shore Chorale is famed far and wide for its sonority, tight discipline and subtle shading, and they didn’t disappoint in this performance.”

 

Cape Shore Chorale title, ‘And the Angels Sing,’ not mere whimsy
Published in the January 20, 2011 issue

By Ed Wismer
Ocean City Sentinel critic

“The capacity audience on Sunday was all but guaranteed a good concert by the enviable reputation that Breiner and his Cape Shore Chorale have earned. In talking to several Chorale members, I learned what I always suspected, that Breiner gets superb performances not through tyranny, but through humor, which the man has in abundant supply. The singers never feel brow beaten, but knock themselves out to please their leader. Breiner is about as versatile as one can be, an organist, singer, orchestra and choral director and it’s been said a terrific dancer.”

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Cape Shore Chorale a first class concert
Published in the June 12, 2008 issue

By Ed Wismer
Ocean City Sentinel critic

“The “Sounds of the Seasons” program pleased the capacity crowd assembled in the beautiful sanctuary. The large audience was drawn by the exceptional reputation of the Cape Shore Chorale and Breiner, its founder and director and one of the most respected musicians in the South Jersey area. Breiner is much in demand, not only as a superb choral director but as an instrumental soloist and leader of pit orchestras for theatrical productions throughout the area. He is currently the organist at Grace Lutheran Church in Somers Point and, needless to say, one very busy individual.”

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Cape Shore Chorale performs at Holy Trinity
Published in the January 10, 2008 issue

By Ed Wismer
Ocean City Sentinel critic

“The service was conducted by Dr. David Leguizano with great dignity and warmth, explaining the ritual for many unfamiliar with an Episcopal service. The Chorale sang powerfully in both Latin and English and their performance of the Magnificat and the “Te Deum Laudemus” in B flat by C. Villiers Stanford with tenderness at the appropriate places. They are a beautifully disciplined ensemble which sang everything extremely well and did so with the congregation in familiar seasonal hymns and carols. The offertory anthem, “Now There Lightens Upon Us,” by Victorian composer Leo Sowerby, found particular favor and was exceptionally well sung.”

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