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Three Generations of Song
Three Generations of Song is a celebration of the state of choral art in Connecticut, proclaiming that choral music is alive and thriving! Involving choristers of all ages, the concert showcases three outstanding choirs representing similar choral programs throughout Connecticut: The Fairfield County Children's Choir, The Fairfield University Glee Club, and The Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut.
The concert will take place Saturday, February 29, 2020, 7:00 pm at Roger Ludlowe Middle School, 689 Unquowa Road, Fairfield.
The Fairfield County Children's Choir, now celebrating its 25th anniversary, is one of five community youth choral programs in the state that together involve over 2500 children! Connecticut's colleges and universities proudly support many outstanding choral programs and the Fairfield University Glee Club exemplifies the myriad groups that perform everything from classical masterworks to a cappella doo-wop styles. The Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut, celebrating its 35th anniversary, is among the region’s community choirs that provide adults the opportunity to continue their love of singing with a focus on choral excellence and innovative programming.
Selections will include “Gloria in excelsis” from Gloria in D by Antonio Vivaldi, “Ecce Novum” by Ola Gjeilo, “Exsultate Justi” by Lodovico da Viadana, “Clear Water” by Robert Hugh, “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” arranged by Moore, “Song of the Wanderer” by Dan Forrest and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” arr. Emerson.
Contact Name: Barbara
Contact Email: manager@SingFCCC.org
Contact Phone: 203-414-4292
Tickets are $10 for students and $20 for adults and may be purchased at the door or at: https://www.mendelssohnchoirofct.org/
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