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Dec
7
Sat
Durham Community Chorale Presents Deck the Halls @ Temple Baptist Church
Dec 7 @ 3:30 pm

On Saturday, December 7, the Durham Community Chorale will present a holiday concert entitled Deck the Halls! All are invited. Tickets are $15, available for purchase online.

The Durham Chorale is a community chorus group whose members share a love of singing. The purpose of the Chorale is to provide a musical environment to help enlighten and educate both participants and the community by exposing them to the history and variety of choral music.

 

 

Bel Canto Company Presents Candle, Star, Joyous Light @ Christ United Methodist Church
Dec 7 @ 8:00 pm

Candle, Star, Joyous Light
Bel Canto: A Greensboro Holiday Tradition

Saturday, December 7, 8pm | Monday, December 9, 7:30pm
Christ United Methodist Church, 410 N Holden Rd, Greensboro

Greet the arrival of the holiday season with Bel Canto Company! Festive melodies both familiar and new will call to mind the charm of a cold winter evening in the comfort of your home, curled up by the fire in the warm embrace of loved ones. Take time out from the frantic pace of December and join us for a fête of light, giving and family. It is after all, “the most wonderful time of the year.”

Special Guest: Greensboro Youth Chorus

 

Dec
8
Sun
Bel Canto Company Presents The Night Before Christmas @ Van Dyke Performance Space
Dec 8 @ 3:00 pm

The Night Before Christmas
Free Family Matinee Performance

Sunday, December 8, 3pm
Van Dyke Performance Space, 200 N Davie St, Greensboro

Join us for a special holiday concert perfect for families and kids of ages. Indulge in a sugar cookie (or two!) and enjoy a 45-minute performance featuring a charming version of The Night Before Christmas. You’ll even have a chance to sing along! Tickets to this concert are FREE, so bring the whole family and delight in hearing your favorite holiday tunes sung as only Bel Canto can sing them!

Although this concert is free to attend, a ticket is required for admission so that we don’t exceed the space’s capacity. Tickets will be available at the door beginning 1 hour before the concert.

Cary Apex Youth Choir presents The Song That Nature Sings @ Cornerstone Presbyterian Church
Dec 8 @ 4:00 pm

Join us for an afternoon concert featuring beautiful songs of nature as well as seasonal favorites. Adults – $5 suggested donation at the door; Children – free.
Prospective singers are also invited to sign up at this time for auditions taking place on January 9, 2020. Contact director@caryapexyouthchoir.org for more info.

Cary Community Choir Performs G.F. Handel’s Messiah @ White Plains United Methodist Church
Dec 8 @ 7:30 pm

Pepper Choplin, full-time composer, conductor and humorist, readies Cary Community Choir for their 2019 season. While this is Choplin’s first year as Cary Community Choir’s Music Director, this will be the choir’s 49th year performing G.F. Handel’s Messiah for the community. Cary Community Choir Performs G.F. Handel’s Messiah, Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 7:30 pm, White Plains United Methodist Church, 313 SE Maynard Road, Cary, NC 27511. The concert is free.

The choir is a wonderful mix of people who come together to celebrate this masterful work. There are three rehearsals plus a dress rehearsal with chamber orchestra. No audition is required and all are invited to join Cary Community Choir. Those interested in singing with the choir this year can register at www.carycommunitychoir.org.

“We are extremely fortunate to have Pepper Choplin join us as Music Director of the Cary Community Choir. We know that both the singers and audience will benefit from Pepper’s expertise and infectious enthusiasm,” says Candace Blackley, president of the Cary Community Choir board of directors.

Choplin brings an abundance of creativity and experience to Cary Community Choir including conducting original cantatas at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and Raleigh’s Meymandi Auditorium. He has gained a reputation as one of the most creative writers in church music today. His published works include over 300 anthems for church and school choirs with 20 church cantatas. With a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, he went on to earn a Master of Music degree in composition from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

“I’m so excited to be entrusted with the baton for the Cary Community Choir. What a marvelous opportunity to join with area singers to experience this immortal masterpiece called Messiah! Together, we’ll bring the music to life, not treating the work as a museum piece, but as a dynamic drama to be sung with fresh energy and passion,” says Choplin.

With a diverse musical background, Choplin incorporates varied styles such as folk, gospel, classical, and jazz. and two books of piano arrangements. Over 150 groups have commissioned him to write original works for them. An original hymn, “Come to the Water,” appears in the hymnal, Celebrating Grace. His anthems consistently appear in the top seller lists of publishers and distributors. Since 1991, his choral music has sold several million copies. Each week, thousands of singers present his music in churches and schools in the United States and around the world.

 

Dec
9
Mon
Bel Canto Company Presents Candle, Star, Joyous Light @ Christ United Methodist Church
Dec 9 @ 7:30 pm

Candle, Star, Joyous Light
Bel Canto: A Greensboro Holiday Tradition

Saturday, December 7, 8pm | Monday, December 9, 7:30pm
Christ United Methodist Church, 410 N Holden Rd, Greensboro

Greet the arrival of the holiday season with Bel Canto Company! Festive melodies both familiar and new will call to mind the charm of a cold winter evening in the comfort of your home, curled up by the fire in the warm embrace of loved ones. Take time out from the frantic pace of December and join us for a fête of light, giving and family. It is after all, “the most wonderful time of the year.”

Special Guest: Greensboro Youth Chorus

 

Dec
12
Thu
Triangle Brass Band Presents Gloria for Brass and Choir @ Christ Baptist Church
Dec 12 @ 7:00 pm

The Triangle Brass Band, under the direction of Artistic Director Tony Granados, presents “Gloria for Brass and Choir” on Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm at Christ Baptist Church located at 400 Newton Road in Raleigh.

The feature work is a stunning new arrangement of John Rutter’s choral classic “Gloria,” as transcribed by local music educator, Austin Greene. The Triangle Brass Band accompanies a massed choir, which includes the Cary Concert Chorus (Ed Yasick), Green Hope Voices of Hope (Allen Botwick), Middle Creek Advanced Choral Ensemble (Andrea Siedschlag), Panther Creek Chamber Choir (Brad Bensen) and Sanderson Sandpipers (James Brown). Additionally, the Triangle Brass performs a selection of brass band classics, such as “Enter the Galaxies,” by Paul Lovatt-Cooper and “Canterbury Chorale,” by Jan Van der Roost, as well popular holiday music, including “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” and “Joy to the World.”

Concert tickets are available here:

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4440996

Tickets are also available at the door, beginning one hour before the performance; cash, check and charge are accepted. For concert information, visit our web page at https://trianglebrass.org/concerts/2019-20-season/gloria-for-brass-and-choir/

About the Triangle Brass Band:

The Triangle Brass Band was formed in 1986 as a joint venture of the A.J. Fletcher Foundation and Capitol Broadcasting Company of Raleigh, NC, and was known as the WRAL British Brass Band in its early years.  The band found immediate success in competition, winning either First or Second place at the North American Brass Band Association’s (NABBA) annual Championships in 1987, 88, 89, 90 and 92.  TBB was the 3rd Section Champion at the 2018 NABBA Championships, and runner-up in 2019.

Using the traditional British Brass instrumentation of Cornets, Flugelhorn, Tenor Horns, Baritones, Euphoniums, Trombones, Tubas and Percussion, this all brass and percussion group is extremely versatile, performing music from virtually all genres, from classical transcriptions, to pop and jazz, movie and Broadway music, and, of course, original brass band literature.  Members of the ensemble come from all walks of life, including lawyers, educators, IT professionals and retirees, to name a few.  Continuing in the long-standing brass band tradition of amateur music making, players volunteer their time and talents to this unique type of band, and play just for the love of it.

The Band has performed at many important conferences and festivals, such as the Eastern Music Festival, the Great American Brass Band Festival, the New York Brass Conference, the International Tuba Euphonium Conference, the NC Music Educators Association Conference, and has made many appearances at the North American Brass Band Association’s annual Championships.  With regular concerts in the Raleigh, Durham, and Cary areas, the Triangle Brass Band has spent over 30 years providing brass band music to its community and spreading awareness about the art of brass banding.

Dec
13
Fri
Christmas Classics @ Wake Forest Baptist Church
Dec 13 @ 7:30 pm

This year’s Winter Concert by the Northeast Piedmont Chorale is titled “Christmas Classics” and will feature songs such as “Many Moods of Christmas” by Robert Shaw and Russell Bennett, “Silver Bells” by Kevin Robinson, and “Rise Up, Shepherd, and Follow” by Mark Hayes.

Sing We Noël – Voices Holiday Concert @ East Chapel Hill High School Auditorium
Dec 13 @ 7:30 pm

Voices “sings in” the holidays with orchestra and special guests in presenting a concert filled with seasonal delights. Principal works include: Honegger – Christmas Cantata, Finzi – In terra pax, Vaughan Williams – Fantasia on Christmas Carols. The concert will also feature familiar carols and popular selections, Hanukkah pieces, a singalong, and will close with John Rutter’s arrangement of  “O Holy Night.”

Bach Cantata, Movie Music, & The Nutcracker Suite with the Choral Society of Durham @ Duke Chapel
Dec 13 @ 8:00 pm

Perhaps no composer has ever written music that more fully expresses the fullness of our human nature than J.S. Bach. And so, the Choral Society takes great pleasure in beginning our 2019-2020 season with a work which virtually explodes with the joy of the Christmas season, his Cantata 63, “Christen, ätzet diesen Tag” (Christians, etch this day in metal and marble!). With the dizzying sound of four trumpets swirling over the joyous sounds below them and the timpani throbbing in support, the choir fairly launches themselves off the floor in exhilarating vocal lines celebrating Christ’s birth. Four soloists reflect on the wondrous knowledge that we have been given much more than we could ever deserve. Continuing the delight of the season with a shift away from the sacred, the concert continues with the buoyant sounds of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite and some of the most meaningful songs from holiday movies, both in well-crafted choral arrangements.


Dec
14
Sat
Sing We Noël – Voices Holiday Concert @ East Chapel Hill High School Auditorium
Dec 14 @ 3:00 pm

Voices “sings in” the holidays with orchestra and special guests in presenting a concert filled with seasonal delights. Principal works include: Honegger – Christmas Cantata, Finzi – In terra pax, Vaughan Williams – Fantasia on Christmas Carols. The concert will also feature familiar carols and popular selections, Hanukkah pieces, a singalong, and will close with John Rutter’s arrangement of  “O Holy Night.”

Durham Children’s Choir Holiday Concert @ Mount Sylvan United Methodist Church
Dec 14 @ 4:00 pm

All are invited to hear the Bel Canto and Cantare singers of the Durham Children’s Choir perform a holiday concert with the Forest Singers and Croasdaile Chorale. The performance will be held at Mount Sylvan United Methodist Church, located at 5731 N Roxboro Street. Donations gratefully accepted at the door.

Christmas Classics @ First United Methodist Church
Dec 14 @ 7:30 pm

This year’s Winter Concert by the Northeast Piedmont Chorale is titled “Christmas Classics” and will feature songs such as “Many Moods of Christmas” by Robert Shaw and Russell Bennett, “Silver Bells” by Kevin Robinson, and “Rise Up, Shepherd, and Follow” by Mark Hayes.

Holiday Pops 2019 – Concert Singers of Cary @ Cary Arts Center Theater
Dec 14 @ 7:30 pm

Held on the evening after the Cary Christmas Parade, Holiday Pops is an annual tradition sure to get you in the holiday spirit. A fun evening of favorite tunes guaranteed to get your toes tapping. With special guest artists, the new vocal jazz ensemble LEVEL 7.

Buy your tickets early for this show, it’s sure to be a sell out.

Dec
15
Sun
Bach Cantata, Movie Music, & The Nutcracker Suite with the Choral Society of Durham @ Duke Chapel
Dec 15 @ 4:00 pm

Perhaps no composer has ever written music that more fully expresses the fullness of our human nature than J.S. Bach. And so, the Choral Society takes great pleasure in beginning our 2019-2020 season with a work which virtually explodes with the joy of the Christmas season, his Cantata 63, “Christen, ätzet diesen Tag” (Christians, etch this day in metal and marble!). With the dizzying sound of four trumpets swirling over the joyous sounds below them and the timpani throbbing in support, the choir fairly launches themselves off the floor in exhilarating vocal lines celebrating Christ’s birth. Four soloists reflect on the wondrous knowledge that we have been given much more than we could ever deserve. Continuing the delight of the season with a shift away from the sacred, the concert continues with the buoyant sounds of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite and some of the most meaningful songs from holiday movies, both in well-crafted choral arrangements.

Dec
17
Tue
Cary Youth Voices Open Auditions @ Greenwood Forest Baptist Church
Dec 17 @ 5:00 pm

No prior singing experience is necessary. Auditions are required for acceptance (with a parent present during the audition) and children are only excluded from participation under the most extreme circumstances. There are no restrictions on residence.

North Carolina Master Chorale presents Joy of the Season @ Meymandi Concert Hall
Dec 17 @ 7:30 pm

The Symphonic and Chamber Choirs are joined by brass, percussion, Susan Lohr at the piano, and Stephen Aber at the organ to ring in the season with our annual holiday concert.

Dec
19
Thu
Holiday Concert by the Triangle Youth Philharmonic with High School Choirs @ Meymandi Concert Hall
Dec 19 @ 7:00 pm

The Triangle Youth Philharmonic, Maestro David Glover, and local high school choirs will bring you the joy of the season in music! This year’s TYP Holiday Concert will be extra special with the addition of choirs from the Durham School of the Arts and Riverside High School in favorites such as Candlelight Carol by John Rutter and The Hallelujah Chorus. The collaboration between PA musicians and this combined choir will add variety to the concert program and a heartwarming element to this youth holiday concert. Tickets are available at the door one hour in advance. Children are FREE, Adults and Seniors on the ground floor are $10 and $15 in the balcony.

Dec
20
Fri
Raleigh Boychoir Presents Carols of Christmas @ Edenton Street United Methodist Church
Dec 20 @ 7:00 pm

This year we are excited to invite community members to sing with the Raleigh Boychoir. For More Information go to raleighboychoir.org/alumni to sign up to sing.

No Christmas season is complete without your family experiencing The Raleigh Boychoir’s shining “Carols of Christmas.” This performances features all the choirs of the RBC including: Performing Choir Resident Choir Training Choir Young Men’s Ensemble Alumni Choir These choristers will share with you the fruits of their labor by singing a variety of yuletide favorites guaranteed to brighten your holiday spirit! We hope you can join us for a wonderful holiday program. This festive concert is held in the beautiful Edenton Street United Methodist Church at 228 W Edenton Street, Raleigh, NC Purchase tickets online today.

O Holy Night with the Vocal Arts Ensemble @ Duke Chapel
Dec 20 @ 8:00 pm
Program:
  • Hubert Parry – Welcome, Yule!
  • Edwin Fissinger – Love came down at Christmas
  • Herbert Howells – A spotless rose
  • Dan Forrest – Verbum caro factum est
  • Frank La Rocca – O magnum mysterium
  • Norman Dello Joio – A Christmas Carol
  • Alan Bullard – Glory to the Christ Child
  • Francis Poulenc – Videntes stellam
  • Philip Ledger, arr. – Bell Carol
  • Paul Ayres – When the song of the angels is stilled
  • Zebulon Highben – Welcome Yule
  • Alice Parker/Robert Shaw, arr. – O come, O come, Emmanuel
  • David Blackwell, arr. – Lo, how a rose e’er blooming
  • Bullard – Scots Nativity
  • Bob Chilcott, arr. – Lulajze, Jezuniu
  • Chilcott, arr. – Pilgrim Jesus
  • John Rutter, arr. – Down in yon forest
  • Chilcott, arr. – Sussex Carol
  • Bernard/Ayres, arr. – Winter Wonderland
  • Steven Sametz – Gaudete
  • Fissinger – The Star of Morn (World Premiere)

 


“VAE is made up of some of the finest voices in the Triangle. They are chosen by Wynkoop based on ability, musicality, and the best possible blend of vocal qualities. His rehearsals are always focused and disciplined, a great pleasure, and often fun. Concerts of superior choral quality such as what was experienced in Duke Chapel this evening are the consequence of all of this. How fortunate we are!” – Ken Hoover, CVNC

Jan
6
Mon
Concert Singers of Cary – Auditions! @ Cary Arts Center
Jan 6 @ 7:30 pm

Spring auditions will be held Mon Jan 6, 2020 (7:30-9:30pm, Cary Arts Center, Marcus Dry room).

Register online: https://concertsingers.org/membership/auditions/

Audition Details:
We’ll work with you to schedule a specific 10-minute audition.
Your audition is private with our Artistic Director.
An accompanist will be provided. We do not use prerecorded music in auditions.
Selections do not need to be from memory, but if you use music bring an extra copy for the accompanist.
You will be notified by email regarding your audition results.

Read all about our exciting plans for spring 2020 including a concert in NYC at Carnegie Hall! http://concertsingers.org/our_season/

Jan
18
Sat
Women’s Voices Chorus Winter Concert: Breathe Hope, Sing Hope @ University United Methodist Church
Jan 18 @ 3:00 pm

Women’s Voices Chorus Winter concert takes its title from Gwen Hall’s composition, “I Sing that My Voice May Be Heard.” Hall’s song captures the grace of the heroic girls who inspired it and expresses the concert’s central message of hope. Other works include an arrangement of Jane Siberry’s mournful “The Valley,” and a setting of Wendell Berry’s consoling “The Peace of Wild Things.” Carrboro High Women’s Ensemble will join the chorus on select pieces. Deborah Hollis, Pianist. Laura Sam, Artistic Director.

Feb
7
Fri
Rutter Requiem & Vierne Mass Choral Society of Durham Winter Concert 2020 @ Duke Chapel
Feb 7 @ 8:00 pm

John Rutter’s music has been a significant part of the world’s choral music for decades, charming the listener with its simple elegance and endearing charm. Few, if any, contemporary composers have written so many choral pieces, or have had their works more frequently performed by thousands and thousands of different choirs. As he turns 75, the Choral Society pays tribute to Rutter’s remarkable compositional career, performing one of his most gripping and dramatic works, his Requiem. French composer Louis Vierne, who was the principal organist at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris for 37 years despite being legally blind from an early age, wrote his beloved Solemn Mass for 2 Organs and Choir while still serving as assistant organist to Charles-Marie Widor at church of St. Sulpice in Paris. We honor his life and music on the occasion of his 150th birthday, even as we continue to grieve the momentous damage done to Notre Dame Cathedral by the rampaging fires this past spring.

Mar
6
Fri
Chanticleer Faith of Our Fathers @ Baldwin Auditorium
Mar 6 @ 8:00 pm

Now in its 41st year, Chanticleer remains at the vanguard of choral ensemble excellence in America. Founded by a musicology student who wanted to perform the music he was studying, Chanticleer has grown into a twelve-member group adept with ancient masters and modern commissions. Along the way the ensemble has received several major music prizes, including two GRAMMY awards and Ensemble of the Year from Musical America, all while continuing in Billboard’s Top 10 best-selling classical artists.

At Duke Performances Chanticleer brings a five-part program of sacred music, Faith of Our Fathers. The repertoire spans from Hildegard’s “O virtu sapientiae” in the 12th century, to English and American works, featuring highlights of the English renaissance and colonial American traditions, complemented by modern tributes to those styles. The choir stops briefly in the Spanish New World before concluding with Chanticleer favorites.

Program

Faith of Our Fathers (Sacred Program)

I.
Hildegard von Bingen: O frondens virga, from Missa La Sol Fa Re Mi by Josquin des Prez
Credo – Sanctus

II.
Peter Philips: Cantabant Sancti
William Byrd: Justorum animae
Jackson Hill: Were Soul to Speak
Orlando Gibbons: O Clap Your Hands

III.
William Billings, arr. William Fred Scott: Chester
Ned Rorem: Sing, My Soul, His Wondrous Love
Traditional hymn, arr. Alice Parker and Robert Shaw: His Voice as the Sound
Ned Rorem: All Glorious God
John Cennick, arr. Alice Parker: Happy in the Lord

IV.
Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla: Mirabilia testimonia tua
Antonio de Salazar: O sacrum convivium
Francisco Guerrero: Signasti Domine

V.
Kurt Weill, arr. Gene Puerling: Lost in the Stars
Traditional spiritual, arr. Alice Parker and Robert Shaw: My God is a Rock
Doyle Lawson, Charles Waller, and Robert Yates, arr. Jennings: Calling My Children Home
Traditional gospel, arr. Rosephanye Powell: Oh, What a Beautiful City

Mar
7
Sat
Raleigh Boychoir Presents Stage and Screen @ Edenton Street United Methodist Church
Mar 7 @ 3:00 pm

To kick off a new decade, in March our Training Choir, Resident Choir, Performing Choir and Young Men’s Ensemble will present their favorite music from the Silver Screen and Broadway stage in this cabaret-style evening! We may even be “a-movin’ and a-shakin!” Be our guest as we share some of our favorites with you in this new concert music experience!

Mar
21
Sat
Cantari presents Brasileiro @ University United Methodist Church
Mar 21 @ 7:30 pm

This all-Brasilian music concert features Cantari performing a set of works by Brasilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. For the second half of the concert, Cantari will be joined with guest soloist Caique Vidal (from Bahia) and a Brasilian drumming ensemble to present a variety of Brasilian folk and popular song.

Mar
22
Sun
East and West: A Collaboration with Hum Sub – Concert Singers of Cary @ Cary Arts Center Theater
Mar 22 @ 3:30 pm

Concert Singers joins Hum Sub, Cary’s Indian-American cultural arts association, in the their annual spring celebration of Basant Bahar.

Apr
22
Wed
The Tallis Scholars Rose without Thorn @ Baldwin Auditorium
Apr 22 @ 8:00 pm

The Tallis Scholars are undoubtedly the elder statesmen among Renaissance sacred music choirs throughout the world. Founded in 1973, the ensemble’s name is synonymous with early music excellence, which is why The Washington Post calls its performances of the repertoire “authoritative.” Its impressive discography has garnered several major music awards, including Gramophone’s Recording of the Year and three Early Music awards from the same magazine.

At the acoustically pristine Baldwin Auditorium, the Tallis Scholars celebrate English and Franco-Flemish music of the 16th century, with a particular devotion to the “rose without thorn,” the Virgin Mary. Music by Taverner, Byrd, and Fawkyner forms the first half, after which the ensemble jumps to the continent with Josquin and Gombert, punctuated by Arvo Pärt’s brief Da pacem.

Program

Rose Without Thorn

Taverner: Leroy Kyrie
Byrd: Laetentur caeli
Byrd: Tribulationes civitatum
Fawkyner: Gaude rosa sine spina
Chant: Da pacem
Josquin: Missa Da pacem (Agnus)
Pärt: Da pacem
Gombert: Media vita
Gombert: Magnificat III

May
2
Sat
Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem & Britten Ballad of Heroes Choral Society of Durham Spring Concert 2020 @ Duke Chapel
May 2 @ 8:00 pm

Vaughan Williams’ haunting and dramatic cantata “Dona nobis pacem” is an impassioned and eloquent plea for peace, written in 1936 as horrific memories of World War I were being echoed in the growing fears of a second such war. Words from the traditional mass are interwoven with graphic and gripping images from Walt Whitman’s Civil War-era poetry as well as texts from the Bible and even a political speech made in the House of Commons. The Choral Society performed this timeless musical masterpiece in Carnegie Hall in 2006 and in Vienna in 2009, and now again in 2020, the year of the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. Also on the program is Britten’s little-known 1939 “Ballad of Heroes,” a setting of texts by Auden and Randall Swinger, is described as a “passionate outburst against the waste and horror of war.”

May
16
Sat
Mozart’s Solemn Vespers, KV 339 – Concert Singers of Cary @ St. Francis United Methodist Church
May 16 @ 7:30 pm

We conclude our regular season performances in the Triangle with one of Mozart’s most famous works for choir and orchestra. The first half of the concert will be an interactive discussion of the music, with live musical examples by the performers on stage, followed by a performance of the entire work. (30 minute talk about the music with live examples/30 minute performance)

 

Voices presents Music of the Americas @ Moeser Auditorium (Hill Hall, UNC-CH)
May 16 @ 7:30 pm

Cantari will present a variety of pieces by composers from Venezuela, Ecuador, Argentina and Mexico (e.g., Estevez, Grau, Carcelen, Gardel). Voices then takes us on a musical journey through Canada in performing Donald Patriquin’s Six Songs of Early Canada. Both Voices and Cantari will combine to sing selections from both sets of Copland’s Old American Songs.

May
30
Sat
Raleigh Boychoir Presents World Music Concert @ Pullen Memorial Baptist Church
May 30 @ 3:00 pm

Our final concert of this special 52nd season is our World Music Concert at Pullen Baptist Church. Journey with the Raleigh Boychoir as we travel around the world through music! You will hear many languages and music performed by our four choral ensembles!

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