Bist du bei mir- J S Bach (1685-1750)
Panis Angelicus - C Franck (1822-1890)
Gavotte et 6 doubles - J P Rameau (1683-1764)
(Neecia Majolly piano solo)
Biblical Songs - A Dvorak (1841-1904)
1. Clouds and darkness
2. Lord, thou art my refuge
3. Hear my prayer
4. God is my shepherd
5. I will sing new songs
Intermezzo Op 118 No 2 - J Brahms (1833-1897)
Pagodes (from Estampes) - C Debussy (1862-1918)
(Neecia Majolly piano solo)
Ave Maria - F Schubert (1797-1818)
Lord God of Abraham (from Elijah) - F Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847)
Julvisa - J Sibelius (1865-1967)
The holy city - S Adams (1841-1913)
He has also participated in many of Sweden's best renowned choirs both as soloist and as choir singer, most recently in the Gothenburg Cathedral Choir as well as in the Swedish Chamber Choir. As a choir singer, Jonas has sung the major choral works, including Ein Deutsches Requiem by Brahms, Requiems by Mozart, Faure, Rutter and Durufle as well as numerous other masses and oratorios. Jonas mainly specialises in sacred concert music, as counter tenor oratorio soloist in the works of Bach, Händel, Monteverdi and Vivaldi, as well as a concert singer of the romantic baritone repertoire, including the oratorios and operas by Mozart, Wagner, Purcell and Mendelssohn.
Recordings include numerous albums of choir music with the Gothenburg Boys' Choir, the Gothenburg Cathedral Choir as well as Madrigals, Etc. in the first-ever release of a western classical album in India - 'the renaissance begins'.
Neecia Majolly is the Founder - Trustee of the Majolly Music
Trust that was formed recently in Bangalore which works towards the promotion
of the highest standards in music teaching and performance as well as creating
a pension fund for aged and infirmed musicians. Neecia had her musical education
in Brunei and Singapore and went on to do her degree in Music from the Western
Australian Conservatorium, Perth. A concert pianist, conductor, singer, teacher
and composer, who has emerged as one of the most dynamic musical forces in
India, Neecia has performed at venues across India, South East Asia and Australia.
The Camerata, a choir Neecia founded and directed, has earned a firm reputation
in India for being unique in their choice of repertoire and quality of presentation.
The year 2001 saw the historic performance of Handel's "Messiah"
for choir, soloists and full - fledged orchestra, the likes of which had never
been experienced in India before. Another choir Neecia co-founded, Madrigals,
Etc., is the only choir in India specializing in music from the Middle Ages
and Renaissance eras, and has the distinction of releasing the first ever
Western Music Classical album in the country in 2009 'the renaissance begins'.
Neecia is now the first Indian musician to have a Western Classical piano
album to her credit, 'Gold Spa', released by Universal Audio, USA. Neecia
is also representative of the London College of Music Examinations in Karnataka.