Music on the Hill presents a concert tuned to the changing seasons performed by 12 pro singers with Ellen Dickinson, conductor, David H. Connell, piano, and Carolyn Engle, cello. The concert takes place Friday, Nov. 17, at 8 p.m. at Wilton Presbyterian Church, located in the WEPCO church complex at 48 New Canaan Rd..

The program features a new work by Canadian composer Sarah Quartel, “A Winter Day,” in five movements for chorus, piano and solo cello. Each movement depicts a distinct time of day, beautifully differentiated through varied textures of vocal and instrumental sound, highlighted in this performance by the vibrant acoustics of the Wilton Presbyterian Church.

Other selections include “The Road Home” by Stephen Paulus and “i thank You God for most this amazing day” by Elliot Z. Levine, his setting of the poem by e.e. cummings.

The singers are members of the Music on the Hill Chamber Chorus, known for impeccable a cappella performance described as “positively transporting.” The group performs a spring and fall concert each year, sometimes in combination with the larger Music on the Hill Festival Chorus.

Concert tickets are $25 at the door, $20 in advance; students are free. Order online or reserve in advance at 203.529.3133.

Learn about future concerts and events, including the popular “Sounds of the Season” Christmas concert of the Festival Chorus and Jubilate Ringers handbell choir, on the Music on the Hill website. Subscribe to the mailing list to receive notices by e-mail.

Music on the Hill, based in Wilton, is an independent non-profit organization funded by generous donors and by a grant from the CT Department of Economic and Community Development, Office of the Arts, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.