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In celebration of five decades of music-making by the Tyler Civic Chorale, four past conductors and current artistic director, Weston Jennings, will share the podium for an exciting concert displaying the variety and high-quality repertoire for which this ensemble has become known. This evening promises to be a concert you won't want to miss!
Following the concert, the celebration will continue with a fully catered dinner with musical entertainment, displays of Chorale memorabilia, and some special surprises.
Tickets for both concert and banquet are $35 for adults, and $20 for students and children.
For those wishing to attend the concert only, tickets are $20.
Join the Tyler Civic Chorale for an unforgettable evening of Hollywood's most memorable love-inspired songs and ballads. Surrounded by the sights and sounds of a bygone era in Tyler's historic Liberty Hall, prepare to have your hearts warmed with the music of iconic films, such as Casablanca, Top Hat, Rosalie, The Lion King, Sleepless in Seattle, Ghost, and others.
Seating is limited, so order online now!
RICH AND ROMANTIC: Mass and Motets by Kodaly, Mendelssohn, Bruckner, Brahms, and Vaughan Williams.
For the Spring Masterworks the Chorale is singing as the major work Kodaly Missa Brevis for choir, organ, soprano, alto, tenor and baritone soloists. Other works include a significant motet by Vaughan Williams—Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge, for solo quartet, acapella chorus and organ and the famous acapella motet Christus Factus Est by Anton Bruckner. Lighter works included are three choral settings of secular poems by Brahms: There Goes a Sighing Through the Wood, The Falcon, and Forest Night. The one hour concert begins with excerpts from Elijah by Felix Mendelssohn: Lord, Our Creator, Lift Thine Eyes, He, Watching Over Israel, and He That Shall Endure To the End.
For further information email Lee Kohlenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are available for purchase in advance online (click the button below) or through a Chorale member. Tickets will be available at the door.
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The meaning of this intriguing title will be revealed by Mr. Ford as the Tyler Civic Chorale presents a wide variety of choral literature including favorites such as the Beethoven Hallelujah from the Mount of Olives, Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus, and American folk tunes Shenandoah and Beautiful Dreamer.