Taylor Chorale, Sounds Presents Sing Noel in Euler Atrium, Saturday
- Published: Dec 1, 2015 9:00AM
The Taylor Chorale and Taylor Sounds vocal ensembles will present their annual Christmas program Sing Noel: Christmas Around the World this Saturday, December 5, in the cathedral-like atrium of the Euler Science Complex.
The program features choral, brass, and string ensembles that will resound under the high ceiling as they play familiar and new music from around the world. From the opening processional to the final whispered note, Sing Noel will remind us again that the Savior came for all people, everywhere, ever.
Seating is limited by space, and there are two performances scheduled – the first begins at 3:00 p.m., with the second starting at 7:30 p.m.
Plan to come early for this annual holiday event hosted by the Taylor University Chorale and Taylor Sounds.
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.