Reminder: Chorale sings in our Fall Concert (12/2) and CarolFest (12/3)!

 

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This is a late reminder, but I hope this Tuesday’s Fall Concert has been on your calenders since our first blog post this academic year! We are excited to present to our friends, family, and supportive community much of the music we have been working on all quarter in a concert entitled Sun on the Plains. All of our new members and old members have meshed beautifully to create a cohesive, purposeful sound. We are proud to present pieces ranging between a unique opening tune composed by the multi-disciplinary artist Meredith Monk, an Irish/Scottisk love song, and our closing piece, a classic Broadway show-tune that many of our members and audience will love and adore. And that’s only three of the many exciting songs on tonights program, which includes more songs from us as well as UW’s Chamber Singers. The show starts at 7:30 PM: tickets are $10 for students and seniors, and $15 for the rest of our guests.

On the following night, Chorale will join many other ensembles from the University of Washington to celebrate CarolFest, where we will reprise some of our material from our Fall Concert to contribute to the exciting night of seasonal music. Both the Fall Concert and CarolFest will be excellent productions by dedicated choral groups, and an excellent use of your evening. On behalf of the UW Chorale and the entire UW arts community, thank you in advance for attending and supporting the arts!

Update: Click here for another video of a small ensemble of UW Chorale members singing a Seahawks vs. Eagles version of The Twelve Days of Christmas. Tune in to The Hot 103.7  on Monday mornings at 6, 7, and 8 AM for the rest of the month to hear more carols!

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About University of Washington Chorale

The UW Chorale is a premiere undergraduate choral ensemble at UW and is known for its highly expressive performances and technical abilities. Entrance is competitive, and is based upon the following factors: strong vocal technique, strong sight-singing skills, expressive depth, a solid work ethic, and the willingness to work communally with others to reach the highest possible standards. UW Chorale plays an active role in promoting the UW music department through frequent performances and community appearances, as well as a yearly tour and/or CD recording.