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Chorale Presents its Spring Concert Sunday in Hartford City

  • Published: Apr 8, 2015 11:45AM

The Taylor University Chorale’s spring concert will be presented at 6:00 p.m., Sunday, April 12 at St. John the Evangelist Parish, 209 South Spring Street, Hartford City. The evening will include an appearance by the Taylor Sounds Chamber Ensemble.

Directed by Dr. JoAnn Rediger, the Chorale will present music from its spring break tour which included stops in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey. Music to be performed includes Unclouded Day, How Firm a Foundation, Psalm 8, Wana Baraka (Kenyan folk song), and Ruth.

All are invited as well as the surrounding community to attend this free event and to enjoy an evening of beautiful choral music.

The Taylor Chorale is open to all Taylor students by audition. The repertoire consists of music drawn from the spectrum of sacred choral works. The ensemble's mission is to express the highest divine and human values through choral arts. Performances include domestic and international tours, as well as concerts for conferences and conventions. Performances of sacred works with professional orchestras are also part of the Chorale tradition.

The Taylor Sounds Chamber Ensemble is a selected group of musicians dedicated to a high standard of chamber choral performance. The group seeks to learn a breadth of music by notable composers, while expressing the highest divine and human values through the choral chamber music art. Performance tours include domestic and overseas venues as well as conferences, conventions, and banquets.

This event is presented by the Department of Music.